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Visit Lakeville - Outdoor Recreation & Parks

Lakeville Public Art – Map link

The Lakeville Area Arts Center’s Public Art Interactive Map is live! Check it out to see the latest public art walk at the arts center, art and benches in our parks, community art projects, and more!

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People Playing Paintball at MN Pro Paintball

Minnesota Pro Paintball at Champion Valley Park

MN Pro Paintball is the largest and closest outdoor paintball field to the Twin Cities. No matter the size or skill level of your group, mission based battle is an experience everyone will enjoy! We have specialized missions for different ages and types of parties. Bring your own gear, or use ours! Each group is provided with a Commander to help execute safety and describe different mission ideas to play. Come join us on the battle field!

Arrow Force and Battle Axed experiences also offered at Champion Valley. Great for team building and corporate outings.

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Three Dogs

MN Horse & Hunt Club

700 acres of meticulously managed hunting grounds for pheasant, chukar, partridge, Hungarian partridge, quail, water fowl and wild turkey. Clay shoots. Dining room open to the public. Meetings and banquets welcome. Outdoor weddings available!

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Orchard Lake

Orchard Lake Beach

Swimming beach, shore fishing, volleyball and a tot lot playground. This beach is located on the west side of Orchard Lake off Judicial Road. There are no lifeguards on duty. Public access boat launch.

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Ritter Farm Park

Tranquil nature-oriented park along a lake with 340 acres offering cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking trails, archery range, picnic area and shelter, equestrian and snowmobile trails.  The park offers a year-round five acre off-leash dog park, Interpretive programs are scheduled at the Environmental Learning Center.  Snowshoe rental available at City Hall.  o

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Steve Michaud Park

Home to a 21,000 square foot community built Land of Amazement 2.0 providing unique playground adventure as well as tournament soccer fields.

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