Granstrom Orchard is located in Dayton, Minnesota, a city that’s nestled along the shores of the Crow River and the Mississippi River. When you’re not inside enjoying your new home, you can explore the rivers, watch the wildlife, or visit Elm Creek Park Reserve, a 4,900-acre park where you can swim, bike and hike.
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Elm Creek Park Reserve
At 4,900 acres, it’s the largest of the Three Rivers Park District’s parks. Featured amenities: a swimming pond, miles of hiking and biking trails, and camper cabins for rent.
Numerous Golf Courses
Hayden Hills is a beautifully landscaped, family-friendly 18-hole golf course. Sundance Golf & Bowl offers bowling as well as golf. Daytona Golf Club is open year-round – in the winter, head indoors for tennis, wallyball or racquetball.
Champlin Ice Forum
Get your skate on! This facility has both indoor and outdoor ice rinks, and offers public skating; figure- and ice-skating lessons; hockey programs and leagues; and hockey clinics.
Snowmobile trails are provided and managed by the Hennepin and Wright County snowmobile clubs. There are over 150 miles of groomed trails throughout northwestern Hennepin County.
Mississippi West Regional Park
A 237-acre area that is largely undeveloped, but a paved boat launch is now open. A great place to canoe and enjoy the majestic wildlife and views of the Mississippi River.
Held annually on the third Saturday of September, activities include food, live music and a parade.
Eastman Nature Center
The center is a 14,000-sq-ft building, with an exhibit area, reading and observation rooms, and an open-air deck. Explore the gardens, walk the floating boardwalk, visit the pond observation blind, take an orienteering class, and so much more!
Champlin Farmers Market
“Eat Healthy”. Buy Fresh. Strengthen Community.”
Open Wednsdays, July through the beginning of October. Located in the Ice Forum parking lot.
Father Hennepin Festival
A historic celebration of Champlin, honoring the city as the site where Father Louis Hennepin first crossed the Mississippi River in 1680. The three-day event features a parade, carnival rides, softball tournaments and live music.
Bauer Berry Farm
Pick your own strawberries and blueberries right from the field!
- Randy’s Environmental Services
- Ace Solid Waste
- Recycling is provided free, courtesy of the City of Dayton, through Randy’s Environmental Services.