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Cedar Lake

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Cedar Lake Ave and Cedar Lake Parkway, Minneapolis, MN 55403
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Richard S wrote a review Oct 2019
Los Angeles, California334 contributions85 helpful votes
This one one of several lakes located in the downtown area, just under three miles around the lake which makes it great for walking ( hiking ). Part of the Chain of Lakes Regional Park, connected to other lakes. Has three beaches and great for fishing, biking and boating.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Queenie wrote a review May 2017
Robbinsdale, Minnesota919 contributions82 helpful votes
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Great Lake I usually don't do trails these were doable and it was a nice quire walk I walked about a hour here I found this lake last minute nice quite spot
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Crannon wrote a review Apr 2017
Minneapolis, Minnesota18 contributions9 helpful votes
This is the least frequented lake in the chain of lakes in Minneapolis. It's more rustic with a wonderful forested area on the NE edge of the lake. There are 3 beaches. Cedar South is well situated and a great place to watch the sunset. Hidden beach on the east side has a super chilled out vibe. The west beach is very nice and has a dock.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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DinaMarie L wrote a review Aug 2016
Minneapolis, Minnesota21 contributions6 helpful votes
This morning was low 60's*, little breeze and light clouds. A perfect Minneapolis summer morning to walk a lake! This path can get a little confusing since parts of it could lead through a neighborhood or follow the railroad and veer slightly off the lakeshore. Good space for cyclists as well as runners and walking. Paved paths are well kept up. There's a great wooded detour that hugs the East shore if you know where to look ( off the railroad tracks) Check the map before you go and determine your route. Not nearly as busy as other lakes nearby- this is a little gem! Beautiful city view in the distance, lots of small wildlife, many birds and a few benches to appreciate the scenery. Varying distances as to how many Miles this trail is- based on time and the route I chose, it seems like it was about 2.5 miles. Very easy for beginners. Enjoy!!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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stric75 wrote a review Jul 2016
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Cedar Lake is a bit of a hidden gem in Minneapolis. It is a part of chain of lakes but it’s the quietest and least frequented by the locals, primarily because it’s not encircled by roads that allow motor transport. That’s why it has the best and quietest beaches, the best nature reserves and wildlife and it’s also not touristy at all. You can walk, run, bike around the entire lake, explore small forests/woods and enjoy the nature. In the summer, you can use its small beaches, fish, kayak, swim. It really depends what you want to do but if you go there, make sure you spend some time there. Bring your water, food, since there are no shops on it.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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