Parks & Recreation

County Parks Mission Statement: To positively affect the community by providing outdoor recreational opportunities while protecting and preserving the environment.

A photo of a boardwalk at Grams Park

Sherburne County is home to thousands of acres of unique recreational land, including County, City and Township Parks, wildlife management areas, scientific and natural areas and public trails. The Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge and the Sand Dunes State Forest are top destinations for nature-based recreation.

Reserve a County Picnic Shelter

Hunting is prohibited on all County-owned land, including tax-forfeited parcels, parks and trails.

Follow the rules

Sherburne County Parks ordinance requires all pets be leashed and under the control of the owner by tether of 6 feet or less and that all pet waste be picked up and property disposed of.

Sherburne County Parks ordinance prohibits motorized vehicles in the parks.

View full ordinance here

Oak Savanna Park Trail Construction April 25th through June 24th

Oak Savanna Park Trail Closed

Sherburne County is starting work to construct an accessible surface trail loop from the Sherburne History Center to the Historic Fox House Exhibit!  Only a portion of the Oak Savanna Park Trail System will be closed – see map here