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  1. Father's Day Pedal and Picnic

    Father's Day Pedal and Picnic

    4444 Hadley Ave
    Oakdale, MN 55109
    Call: (651) 747-3860

    Celebrate Dad’s Day with a family friendly 4 mile bicycle ride thru Oakdale Nature Preserve onto the Gateway Trail and back to the Discovery Center for a picnic lunch. We will have experts available to check your helmet and bike health including bicycle tires, chains, breaks, and seat height. Test your skills with an obstacle course and decorate your bike before the ride. Celebrate Dads, grandpas, uncles, brothers, with this healthy and fun community event.

  2. Fete des Lacs 8k - 5K - Kids Run

    Fete des Lacs 8k - 5K - Kids Run

    6970 LaMotte Dr
    Centerville , MN 55038
    Call: (651) 280-7299

    It's all about the PIZZA!! Help us raise money for Centerville Parks and Trails and enjoy a NO HILLS lap around Centerville Lake! Stay and be part of all the "Festival of Lakes" events - bingo, softball, parade, food, beer, and fireworks. All 8K/5K runners get tech t-shirts! Low cost of $25!! Kids Run is FREE and get t-shirt & medal! Then we all eat Wiseguys Pizza.

  3. Headwaters to Hills Bicycle Tour

    Headwaters to Hills Bicycle Tour

    2721 Evergreen Cir
    White Bear Lake, MN 55110
    Call: (651) 280-7299

    Travel the Mississippi River Trail (MRT) through Minnesota for seven days of bicycling. Starting at the Headwaters in Itasca State Park, we are welcomed by many river communities as we pedal our way to LaCrosse, Wisconsin where we board the Amtrak for our sunset ride back to St. Paul. This is a camping tour with a mid-trip hotel stay. Hotel option available. Approximately 480 miles, averaging 68 miles/day from August 23rd – 30th.


    Your fee of $800 ($780 if BikeMN member) includes:
    **Luxury motorcoach ride to Itasca
    **Amtrak Empirebuilder sunset return
    **Welcome party and River Party in LaCrosse..
    **Transport for your bicycle
    **Camping with bathrooms and showers
    **All Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners
    **SAG support and gear transport
    **Two rest stops each day with fruit, snacks, and water
    **Entrance fee, guest speaker, or entertainment each day
    **Fix-It-Station in camp to help with bike maintenance

  4. Lumberjacks and Loons Bicycle Tour - Women Only

    Lumberjacks and Loons Bicycle Tour - Women Only

    36750 Main Park Dr
    Park Rapids, MN 56470
    Call: (651) 280-7299

    Join Wahoo! Adventures and other adventurous women for a seven day, six night bicycling trip starting at the Headwaters of the Mississippi in Itasca State Park ending in Grand Rapids. Of the seven day trip, four days will be spent bicycling for a total of 135 miles. Follow the Mississippi river from its humble beginning as a creek in northern Minnesota to the roaring falls in Minneapolis. See Paul Bunyan, wild rice via a canoe, eagles, and loons.

    This is a hotel/lodge tour with one night pampered camping next to the river, August 13 – 19th.

    7 days & 6 nights - Sunday to Saturday
    Bicycle: 4 days and 135 miles
    Highlights:
    *Dip your tire in the mouth of the Mississippi
    *Toast the sunset each evening with a glass of wine
    *Pedal through Chippewa National Forest
    *Listen for the call of loons
    *Early morning canoe viewing native wild rice, fish, and birds.
    *Rustic cabins, lodges, and pampered camping
    *Pedal the land of Paul Bunyan and Babe

    This Adventure Includes:

    **6 nights in cabins, lodges, camping, & hotels
    **Specialized Sirrus bikes with necessary bike gear
    **All breakfasts, lunches, and dinners
    **Welcome reception on arrival at Itasca State Park
    **SAG and maintance support
    **Maps, daily highlight meetings, and regional experts
    **Transport via van to/from Minneapolis/St. Paul
    **Luggage transport each day delivered to your room
    **Tents and all camping gear set up in Schoolcraft State Park
    **Canoeing with local naturalist
    **Forest History Center admission
    **Transportation of luggage and gear each day
    **Full support throughout the trip
    **Small group sizes of 12

  5. North Shore Bicycle Tour

    North Shore Bicycle Tour

    Call: 651-280-7299

    Come with us to see some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere. We'll ride north from Duluth with Lake Superior off of our shoulder until we reach Grand Marais.
    Special highlights on this tour include: Gitchi Gami Bike Trail, Split Rock Lighthouse, and Gooseberry Falls.

    Your tour ticket includes lodging Sunday through Thursday; most meals; sag wagon support including bottled water, fruit and snacks. Alcoholic beverages are not included.

    This trip is through Bike Tour Vacations. Ride Leader is Kerri Kolstad of Wahoo! Adventures.

  6. Stillwater Herons and History Kayak Paddle

    Stillwater Herons and History Kayak Paddle

    400 East Nelson Street
    Stillwater, MN 55082
    Call: (651) 280-7299

    Enjoy a guided, scenic morning paddle past limestone ledges, a cave, islands, and egret/heron/cormorant rookery as we learn about Stillwater, the first Minnesota city, the lumberjacks, and the sawmills that made this town famous.

  7. The Hobby Farm

    The Hobby Farm

    4444 Hadley Ave
    Oakdale, MN 55109
    Call: (651) 747-3860

    This one-day "camp" is designed for active adults who want to experience the outdoors while staying close to home. Take this opportunity to try a new activity or revisit one that you haven’t done for years. Several outdoor naturalist programs are included to make this camp a learning and recreational experience. You may even develop a new outdoor “hobby” after today and you’ll definitely meet others who share your interests. Following an opening welcome by the National Park Service Outdoor Recreation Planner, Randy Thoreson, “campers” will participate in the various activities they have chosen for the day. Camp fee includes lunch and snacks. Some activities all “campers” will participate in plus you have your choice of additional activities. When registering please choose 6 activities from the list below and put them in your order of preference (Bicycle Trek and Learn to Kayak will require two activity slots). We will make every attempt to get you into your top choices as space allows. Activity registration will be assigned on a first come, first served basis: All gear, supplies and equipment for the various activities provided
    with the exception of the Bike Trek - bring your own bike and helmet.

    Activity Choices:
    • Bicycle Trek with safety check of your bike - bring own bike and helmet to camp
    • Learn to Kayak - all kayaking/safety equipment provided, wear shoes that can get wet. No
    previous kayaking experience necessary
    • Nordic Walking - Includes instruction and then a hike around the grounds
    • Bird Identification - Hike with a naturalist that includes birding and instruction on successful
    birding
    • Forest Garden Tour - Brief walk with a naturalist to a native forest garden that includes discussion of the various plants found in the specific garden and their values to the ecosystem.
    • Archery - Instruction and fun!
    • Container Gardening - Discussion of types of plants and make an herb container garden to
    take with you
    • Laughter Yoga - Laugh and then laugh some more! Don’t let the name fool you, there is no “Down Dog”(yoga pose) in this incredibly fun session.
    • Raising Backyard Chickens - If you are considering raising chickens you won’t want to miss this informational session
    • Beekeeping - If you are considering keeping bees you won’t want to miss this informational session.

    Registration deadline is June 30, 2017

    Sponsored by ISD 622 Community Education, Oakdale Recreation, and Wahoo! Adventures

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