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Picnic tables under a large tree at Lebanon Hills Regional Park.

Lebanon Hills Regional Park is a 2,000 acre (8 km²) Dakota County Park, located in Eagan, Minnesota and Apple Valley, Minnesota, that includes naturally preserved woodland and prairie. Winter activities include skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice fishing, and hiking. Summer activities include mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, camping, horseback riding, and hiking.


Lebanon Hills Regional Park Trail heads

Schulze Lake is located off Cliff Road in Eagan, MN. The visitor center is located in this area. The beach is open for swimming in the summer. In the winter the lake is plowed to create an ice skating rink and path around the lake.

The Horse Trailer lot is located on 120th Street off Dodd Road and is only open in the summer.

Holland Lake is located off Lexington Avenue and Cliff Road. There is a dock for fishing and canoes and kayaks are allowed on lake.

Jensen Lake is located off Pilot Knob Road and Carriage Hills Drive, and has a hiking trail loop just over 2 miles in length with connecting trails that join to Holland and Schulze Lake trails.

Mountain bike trails are situated at the west side of the park. There are several loops within the Lebanon Hills mountain bike trail system that provide a choice for beginners, intermediate and expert mountain bikers.

Lebanon Hills Campground

The Lebanon Hills Campground facilities with that range from open, groomed campsites with full hook-ups to private, wooded sites that are primitive in nature. Other features include on-site caretakers, accessible showers and restrooms, laundry, limited grocery and firewood sales and a sanitary dump station.

Beware the Dakota County sheriff’s department aggressively patrols the park. Most violations are around $120. I will never go back.


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