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Springvale County Park

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Max Occupancy 16
Documents

Springvale County Park Brochure (PDF)

Springvale County Park Map (PDF)

Features

  1. ADA Accessible
  2. Benches
  3. Bike Trail
  4. Biking
  5. Canoe Access
  6. Cross Country Skiing
  7. Disc Golf Course
  8. Geocaching
  9. Grill
  10. Hiking
  11. Horseback Riding
  12. Information Kiosk
  13. Interpretive Sign
  14. Mountain Biking
  15. Nature Observation
  16. Parking
  17. Paved Trails
  18. Picnic Shelters
  19. Restrooms
  20. Snowshoeing
  21. Trails
  22. Water
The park is located in Springvale Township on the north side State Highway 95, approximately seven miles west of Cambridge and two miles east of County Road 47.

Springvale became Isanti County’s 3rd County Park in 1995.  Since that time an additional 110 acres have been purchased expanding from the original tax forfeited property.  Today the 218 acre park consists of gently rolling hills, open fields, numerous wetlands, and hardwood forests, along with remnants of a spruce tree farm to the north.  The soil type consists of a transition from Anoka Sand Plain (sand) into Mille Lacs Upland (clay).

Activities at the park include viewing wildlife while canoeing on Johnny’s Lake, utilizing the parks many paved, mowed, and single-track trails, playing the 18-hole disc golf course, reserving the log picnic shelter, or relaxing at one of the many    picnic tables or benches located throughout the park. Geocaching, a high tech treas
ure hunt, also draws visitors from throughout Minnesota.  All you need to get started is a GPS and coordinates from geocaching.com 

All of the trails are multi-use.  Please be courteous to other users.  Please pick up waste from animals and do not walk on groomed cross country ski trails during the winter months.

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