Plan Your Parks
Anoka County Parks would like to engage current park users and residents that are unfamiliar with the park system to assist in future planning efforts. In collaboration with the Metropolitan Council, Anoka County Parks will be engaging the community through various outreach efforts to ensure that park amenities reflect the changing community needs. Projects that are open for public feedback will be listed on this page as they become available.
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Coon Creek Regional Trail Master Plan Amendment
The Coon Creek Regional Trail is a seven mile paved trail that connects Bunker Hills Regional Park and Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park. The County received a request from the City of Coon Rapids to amend the Coon Creek Regional Trail Master Plan to include a pedestrian bridge over Coon Rapids Boulevard between Avocet Street and Egret Boulevard. Concept plans for the pedestrian bridge were developed by the City of Coon Rapids to increase safety for trail uses and drivers. The County is currently seeking public input on the proposed changes.
Rum River Regional Trail Master Plan Amendment
The Rum River Regional Trail is a planned 20-mile long paved trail that traverses the County north to south roughly following the Rum River. The Parks Department is in the planning process to amend the Rum River Regional Trail Master Plan to include a trail underpass at Bridge Street (CSAH 24) to increase safety for trail users and drivers; and a realignment of the trail between Rum River North County Park and the Anoka/Isanti County line to provide a scenic route. Concept plans for the underpass and realignment have been developed. Opens a New Window. The County is seeking public input on the proposed changes. Contact Park Planner Karen Blaska Opens a New Window. , or call 763-324-3412 with any questions, comments or concerns regarding the changes.
Parks and Trails Master Plans
Visit the individual park page to view the most current master plan for the designated park.
Thank you for providing feedback to the Anoka County Park System Plan. The final version is linked below:
Park System Plan
Anoka County Parks would love to hear from you. Please contact us directly with any questions, concerns or suggestions.