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Bridgeview Park Reserve


Bridge View Trail Guide (PDF)


  1. Birdwatching
  2. Hiking
  3. Scenic Views
  4. Snowshoeing

About the Trail

Acquired in 1996, it is approximately 29 acres and lies along the Mississippi River, with more than 1,200 feet of shoreline. The park is located along County Road 50, east of State Hwy. 25 and south of County Road 11. The land is gently rolling with a ridge extending east and west offering some scenic vistas overlooking the Mississippi River, which in this area is part of the Wild and Scenic River System.

Much of the park is comprised of an Oak Woodland / Brushland forest. This is significant, in part, because it is a portion of only 5% of Sherburne County that still contains intact native plant communities.

A mowed trail system allows for recreational activities such as hiking, snowshoeing, and birdwatching and educational experiences featuring native grasses, wildflowers, and wildlife. The park is managed for low impact use. A parking area serves as the entrance to the park.

Park Rules

  • No motorized vehicles
  • No hunting
  • No camping
  • All pets must remain on a leash
  • Please stay on designated trails
  • The digging or transplanting of any vegetation is prohibited