Carver Lake Park | Fair Haven Park | Highcroft Park | Menomini Park | Summerlin Park | Tamarack Nature Preserve | Valley Creek Park | Wedgewood Heights Park | Trail Projects
Carver Lake Park
3175 Century Avenue South
The construction project started at the end of August 2020. The park reopened to all users Monday, Nov. 9. Striping will be completed in the spring.
The main components of the project include repaving and a minor redesign of the main parking lot and road, an expanded parking lot by the new bike park playground, adding an electronic gate at the main road entrance, and enhancing the pedestrian crossings for paved trail and off-road cycling trail users. Paved trails in the park were repaved in advance of the larger parking lot reconstruction project. (Please note: In the concept plan, a picnic shelter is featured. This is not included in this improvement project, but will be including in a future project.) View the Carver Lake Park concept plan.
(Formerly Bailey Lake Park)
A preliminary concept has been put together that includes a playground, shade structure, multi-purpose sports fields and a tennis/pickleball court. This project will be constructed summer of 2021. View the Fair Haven Park concept plan. (Please note: this park was previously known as "Bailey Lake Park," which is reflected on the concept plan.
During the summer of 2021, staff will begin developing trail, court and amenity improvements at Highcroft Park. View the Highcroft Park concept plan.Menomini Park
During the summer of 2021, staff will be replacing the playground at Menomini Park. Preliminary plans are for a play structure designed for ages 5-12 years that maximizes the current playground space and a new basketball court.Summerlin Park
A preliminary concept includes a tot-lot play structure and trailhead. This project will be constructed summer of 2021. View the Summerlin Park concept plan.
Tamarack Nature Preserve
This summer, staff will be replacing the playground at the Tamarack Nature Preserve. Preliminary plans include a play structure designed for ages 5-12 years that maximizes the current playground space. At this time, the city is encouraging residents who live near the Tamarack Nature Preserve to share their input on park amenities/improvements.
Take the Preferred Amenities Survey
Valley Creek Park is an undeveloped 70 acre community park in Woodbury, and is part of a larger area known as the Fish Lake Greenway Corridor. This property is part of a larger collection of city owned open space and park parcels that were acquired through a city open space referendum in 1998, park dedication from development, a state Metro Greenways Grant from the MNDNR, and a Land and Water Legacy Grant from Washington County.
The open space is a mixture of oak woodland, coniferous tree plantation and retired agricultural fields. Significant investment has been made since 2006 regarding the active vegetation management of this area with prairie and oak savannah restoration. Construction of this project will be complete at the end of 2021.
Visit the Valley Creek Park Page
During the summer of 2021, staff will be replacing the playground at Wedgewood Heights Park. Preliminary plans are for a play structure designed for ages 5-12 years that maximizes the current playground space.
At this time, the city is encouraging residents living in the area to share feedback regarding the improvements you would like to see in the neighborhood park.
Submit your comments
New Trail Construction/Reconstruction
Projects include reconstruction segments of trail throughout the city, which are in poor condition and showing signs of severe surface raveling and large sections of trail in need of reconstruction.
Trail Improvement Projects