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3000 E Calhoun Pkwy
Minneapolis, MN 55408

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Here's what Trippy members say about Lake Calhoun:

"Lake Nokomis then Lake Harriet and Lake Calhoun which is renamed now."  See More

"Chain of Lakes (fff Lake Street -Bde Maka Ska."  See More

"Lake Calhoun is also a popular spot for visitors."  See More

"Lakes: Lake Calhoun, Lake Of The Isles, Lake Harriet, Cedar Lake, Lake Nokomis, Lake Hiawatha—take your pic."  See More

", be sure and check out Lake Calhoun, one of the many beautiful lakes within the city limits (most lakes within city limits of any major city in the country!"  See More

"The Chain of Lakes—primarily Lake Calhoun, Lake Of The Isles, Cedar Lake and Lake Harriet—has walking and biking trails, some beaches, concessions, plus canoe, kayak, SUP and bike rentals."  See More

"The largest are Lake Of The Isles, Lake Calhoun, Lake Harriet and Lake Nokomis."  See More

"Lake Calhoun is a great place to spend the day if you’re a nature lover or at least like the water."  See More

"Lake Calhoun is probably the best-known and most popular lake."  See More

"Both Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet have casual restaurants on the lake where you can buy inexpensive food and drinks to enjoy while sitting outside on the lake."  See More

"Lake Harriet, Lake Calhoun and Lake Of The Isles all have paths around them."  See More

"Lake Harriet is also right next to the more popular Lake Calhoun, but Lake Calhoun tends to get a bit more traffic, and Lake Harriet seems to have a bit more relaxed atmosphere."  See More

"Also, another popular thing Minneapolis is renting paddle boards on Lake Calhoun and the "Chain of Lakes"."  See More

"Rent a bike for a few bucks for the day and go around Lake Calhoun, Harriet Island, and Lake Of The Isles."  See More

"Lake Calhoun, Lake of the Isles Pkwy E, Lake Harriet are all easily accessible, pleasant areas of Minneapolis that are great for walking/hiking, biking (no need to worry about bringing a bike, Minneapolis effectively implanted a city-wide bike sharing system), swimming, and more."  See More

"I would suggest Lake Of The Isles, Lake Calhoun, and/or Lake Harriet (the "Chain of Lakes)."  See More

"Lake Calhoun also has lots of green space on its perimeter—the southwest side is particularly popular for people hanging out, sunning, playing volleyball, frisbee, etc."  See More

"Lake Calhoun or Lake Harriet in Uptown will be your best bets for a picnic."  See More

"The most popular would have to be Lake Calhoun, which is the largest lake in the area and has great trails for running/walking."  See More

"The best and closest lake for everything is Lake Calhoun."  See More

"If you are going to be in Minneapolis the best lakes to hangout around are Cedar Lake, Lake Of The Isles, Lake Calhoun, and Lake Harriet."  See More

"For running around a lake, or recreation like sailing/canoeing on a lake I would suggest Lake Calhoun, or Lake Harriet in Uptown."  See More

"My first instinct is to tell you to head for the Chain of Lakes, which includes Lake Harriet, Lake Calhoun, Lake Of The Isles, Cedar Lake, Brownie Lake and Twin Lakes."  See More

"There are 3 lakes between the 2 areas - Lake Calhoun, Lake Of The Isles & Lake Harriet."  See More

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