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Oak Savanna Park


Oak Savanna Park Summer Trail Guide (PDF)

Oak Savanna Park Winter Trail Guide (PDF)


  1. Bike Trail
  2. Cross Country Skiing
  3. Dog Sledding
  4. Hiking
  5. Horseback Riding
  6. Scenic Views
  7. Snowshoeing

About the Park

Acquired in 1997, the land was a gift from the Cox family. The 140-acre park is located near Becker approximately ¼ mile east of Minnesota Highway 25. Comprised largely of an oak savanna ecosystem, the native grasses, wildflowers and trees provide for a variety of outstanding scenic views and educational opportunities.

Other features on the property include sand dune blowouts, pine forests and restored prairie areas making this site one of the area's most diverse parks and natural areas.


Trail systems provide for a variety of year-round recreational opportunities. Mowed trails during the summer allow for walking, hiking, biking, horseback riding and wildlife watching. Winter uses include groomed cross country skiing, snowshoeing and dog sledding. On the east side of the Oak Savanna Park is the Becker City Park. Trails from both parks link to one another and create for many miles of recreational activities. Trail users are to stay on marked trails and use trails only for their designated uses.


k 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