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Explore Savage parks and trails.

Savage is home to 23 parks that range in size from small neighborhood parks to large, regional parks like Murphy-Hanrehan. Park amenities include playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas, walking and biking trails, and nature areas. Savage is also fortunate to have 30 miles of paved trails and 60 miles of sidewalk that connect people and places. Whether you are walking, running, biking or inline skating, these trails are a convenient way to connect to city parks, adjoining neighborhoods, and various social settings such as schools, churches, and other community facilities around the Savage area.

Parks are open 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Dogs must be on leashes and owners must pick up and remove animal feces. No fires are permitted except in designated areas. Also prohibited are littering, glass beverage containers, firearms, archery, hunting and trapping, tents or structures (without permission), snowmobiles, ATVs or motorcycles (except on roadways and in parking areas). It is unlawful to bring beer into a park in glass, kegs, barrels or in other bulk quantity. No consumption is allowed or within 30 feet of a roadway or parking lot within a park or on any athletic field.

  • Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve

    1. Address:15501 Murphy Lake Blvd
      Savage, MN 55378
    1. Boating (electric trolling motor only)
    2. Canoeing
    3. Cross Country Ski
    4. Dog Park - Off Leash
    5. Fishing
    6. Geocaching
    7. Hiking
    8. Horseback Riding
    9. Horseshoe Pit
    10. Mountain Biking
    11. Nature Area
    12. Paddling
    13. Picnic Shelter
    14. Snowmobiling
    15. Snowshoeing
    16. Walking Trail
    1. City Parks

This 2,785 acre regional park reserve is operated by Three Rivers Parks District and is mostly natural and undeveloped except for an off-leash dog area and cross-country ski and mountain bike trails.


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