Lebanon Hills Regional Park
Encompassing nearly 2,000 acres, this incredible park offers miles of trails and lakes for year-round outdoor sports, recreation and environmental education. The Lebanon Hills Visitor Center, located in the eastern section of the park, offers park information, interactive nature displays, courses and programs, and access to all the beauty the park has to offer. Plus, you can rent equipment such as kayaks in the summer and things like cross-country skis in the winter.
Lebanon Hills Regional Park is home to Schulze Lake Beach, which is a popular beach for family swimming because of the sandy beach and clear water. Also popular is the West Trailhead, featuring over 12 miles of the best mountain biking trails in the region, giving even the hardiest mountain biker a challenge.
In the News
A reader from Singletracks states, “Lebanon is simply as good as singletrack gets. The smile on your face is all the evidence needed. MORC transcended their already impossible standard when they created this gem. Not convinced how exceptional it is? Take a quick inventory of the perma-full parking lots and the many out-of-state license plates. It is fast, flowy, challenging, exhilarating, and memorable by any standards. It is undeniably busy, but if you can keep an average pace you will not realize it.”
HaveFunBiking.com just shared an awesome write-up on the bike trails, fun and nature that Lebanon Hills has to offer. Read it here!
Click Here to read an article by the Star Tribune where they tout Lebanon Hills Regional Park as the only portage-and-paddle experience in the metro area!
Lebanon Hills Regional Park was voted “City Pages Best Hike – 2013!” The best and quickest escape from the Twin Cities. Click Here to see the full article.