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Carver Lake Park and Beach

Carver Lake BeachCarver Lake Park will be closed beginning Monday, Aug. 31, to allow for replacement of retaining walls, parking lots and modifications to the entrance of the park. Work is expected to last through October, pending inclement weather. The park closure is necessary to ensure the safety of park users and construction workers.

The park closure will include the bike park and trails. The beach, which has been closed throughout the summer due to COVID-19, will remain closed. The playground and picnic shelters are still accessible using the paved trails from the local neighborhoods. Shelter rentals will not be available.

About Carver Lake Beach
Located at 3175 Century Avenue South, Carver Lake Park features a boardwalk, swimming beach, open air shelter, picnic area, playground and the Carver Lake Off-road Cycling Trail.

Reserve open air shelter online

Carver Lake Beach is an unguarded beach - no lifeguard is on duty. Swim at your own risk. Park guests are allowed to swim from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Questions can be directed to Woodbury Parks and Recreation at 651-714-3583 or parks@woodburymn.gov

Beach Rules

  • Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water
  • No glass containers
  • No pets allowed
  • No smoking allowed
  • No fishing
  • No fires allowed
  • No boat, canoe or kayak launching
  • No alcohol (except by permit; see below)
All park guests should practice “see something, say something” and report disorderly behavior as they recognize it by calling 911 or the non-emergency number 651-439-9381.

For other City of Woodbury water activities, please visit the HealthEast Splash Pad page. 

Blue-green algae

E.coli Testing at Carver Lake Beach

Temporary alcohol restriction at Carver Lake Park