Keller Lake Regional Park, Golfview Picnic Area, Maplewood (map)
Join Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed staff and volunteers to celebrate the accomplishments made by many community members along Keller Creek. It’s year two in our restoration of the habitats along the creek.
The restoration, designed to create a pollinator corridor to connect the Phalen Chain of Lakes, is coming along nicely and we want to celebrate!
6:30 pm Wildflower walk led by our Natural Resources Technician, Simba Blood
7:00 pm Audubon bird watch
- Creek monitoring led by the East Metro Water Resources Program staff (EMWREP)
- Canoeing/kayaking (Bring your own! Park at the Phalen Boat launch and navigate north on the creek to the celebration point!)
- Ice cream
- Dip-net instruction to look at aquatic bugs
- Urban Boatbuilders showing their (water)craft.
- And more!
Park in the Golfview Picnic Area parking lot above the restoration area and walk down the hill to the creek which runs along the path. Meet at the weir bridge for the plant walk which begins at 6:30 PM.
For more information contact Sage Passi at 612-598-9163 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions to the park:
Park at the Golfview Picnic Area (2098 Maplewood Dr, Maplewood, MN 55109) on the east side of Hwy 61 north of Roselawn Ave. Walk down towards the creek on the south side of the picnic area.
Note: This park entrance can only be accessed from northbound Highway 61.
If you don’t mind a hike, you can use the other park entrances on the west side of Highway 61. Take the hiking path under Highway 61 that leads to the restoration area. See the Hike-In Parking in the linked map below.
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