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The Cedars Winter Disc Golf
The Cedars of Green Haven, a winter disc golf course, debuts this winter. The disc golf course is a full 18-hole course utilizing the elevated portion of the property on the west side. While the course offers a challenging layout for the advanced level player, it is still enjoyable for the intermediate and novice players. Night and weekend disc golf is available through multiple leagues, as well as, free play. Participants can enjoy delicious food and beverages at The Tavern at Green Haven during restaurant hours. The course is free to the public. For more information, call Public Services at 763-576-2980 or email Nickie Jenks, Recreation Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross-Country Ski Trails
Green Haven Golf Course and Event Center has skate skiing and double track classic touring trails available during the winter months. A multi-use trail, to be shared by skiers, hikers, and snowshoers, is available at the Anoka Nature Preserve.
Learn more on the Cross-Country Skiing page.
Warming houses at George Enloe Park is open for those wanting to sled or snowshoe.
City of Anoka provides warming houses and lit skating rinks at 5 locations:
- George Enloe Park (warming house is open, ice rink is closed)
- Lincoln Elementary (closed for the 2021 - 2022 skating season)
- Rick Sorenson Park (rink is closed)
- Rudy Johnson Park (closed for the 2021 - 2022 skating season)
- Wilson Elementary (rink is closed)
Learn more on the Skating Rinks page.
Snowshoe & Hike
The Parks and Rec Department has purchased several pairs of Youth size (kids weighing up to 100 pounds) and Junior size (teens/adults weighing 100 to 150 pounds) snowshoes for people to try out at George Enloe Park. Snowshoe kits include walking poles for stability while learning.
Kits can be checked out from the rink attendant during warming house hours. Parent/guardian must sign a waiver and must supervise use. Snowshoes are currently available for day use only.
If you own your own snowshoes feel free to blaze your own trail at any city park.