Central Park Building

Parks and Recreation

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  • Stormwater A-Go-Go Have you ever wondered where stormwater goes? Learn all about it through this interactive story map.
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Central Park Trails

A .83 mile trail loop on the north side of Central Park rings the storm pond and connects to the 55 miles of Maple Grove trails. From here you can continue on to the trails around the three lakes in the immediate area:  Arbor Lake, North Arbor Lake and West Arbor Lake. Take note that neither fishing nor swimming are permitted at the storm pond or the three lakes mentioned.  The trail loop and major walkways are plowed in the winter.

You might also choose to use the trail tunnel under Weaver Lake Road near Jonquil Lane to access Maple Lakes Park.

Check out the City of Maple Grove Park and Trail Map for a detailed listing and locations of all the  trails and parks in our community.