Skiing & Snowboarding in Maple Grove


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  • Tonka Cycle and Ski
    For more than 50 years, Tonka Cycle and Ski has paired bikers, skiers, and winter athletes of all stripes with equipment and maintenance services. The shop's team members not only specialize in equipping customers with properly fitting apparel, they also fine-tune skis and cycles to suit individual needs. With a Montana Stone Grinder, the specialists flatten and structure the base of each ski and snowboard before hand-beveling each edge. Bicycle-maintenance services provide two-wheeled steeds with similar care, along with a level of service perfected during the shop's initial years as Tonka Schwinn in Glen Lake. In addition to carrying new items from select manufacturers, the shop hosts a children's trade-in program for skis and boards that refuse to grow along with their owners.
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    16 Shady Oak Rd S
    Hopkins, MN US
  • Minneapolis Park & Recreation Wirth Winter
    Here's How It'll Appear on The Site Taking your child to an R-rated horror film might elicit a reaction, but it’s rarely a positive one. At the Jim Lupient Water Park, kids shriek in delight as they make their way down three giant water slides, either lying on their bellies, tubes, or tame pet crocodiles. The park’s rock-quarry theme echoes throughout with foam equipment shaped to resemble rocks and logs ideal for climbing, walking, or floating on. Older kids and adults can enjoy water volleyball and do laps in swimming lanes, and little tots can safely walk into zero-depth entry pools to splash around in spray features. The park also makes it possible for families to enjoy their lunches beneath shade-sheltered cabanas before stepping next door for a round of mini golf on the 18-hole Grand Rounds Miniature Golf Course.
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    1301 Theodore Wirth Parkway
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • Eko Backen
    Crisp, fresh country breezes rustle through the trees surrounding Eko Backen as guests revel in its many outdoor seasonal activities. During warm-weather months, its spacious, gazebo-dotted grass fields host weddings and vintage-car shows. Visitors pile into inflatable tubes during the summer to race down water slides, and in the winter, they navigate sloping hills covered in artificial snow. The staffers capably host events such as corporate getaways, birthday parties, and jury-duty reunions, providing pizza and snacks from their onsite eatery.
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    22570 Manning Trail
    Scandia, MN US
  • Winning Edge Tuning
    The technicians at Winning Edge Tuning help shave seconds off slalom times with expert tuning and waxing. They grind sides down to a sharp edge using a Reichman stone grinder from Germany and coat surfaces to a frictionless finish with hydrocarbon waxes. Design your own custom tuning package or let one of the staff members recommend a package that includes everything from base repairs to a hot-box wax treatment.
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    20078 Lake Blvd (US HWY 8)
    Shafer, MN US
  • Wild Mountain
    At Wild Mountain, visitors can enjoy a variety of fun activities regardless of the season. During the winter, snow lovers can partake in skiing, snowboarding, and tubing, which features 100 acres of hills encompassing 26 runs, bunny slopes for newcomers, and four terrain parks for the seasoned veterans. Once the snow melts, the winter wonderland transforms into an amusement park replete with go-karts, a 1,700-foot alpine slide, and a waterpark with several large waterslides along with a lazy river and other aquatic attractions. Families can also enjoy a game of volleyball and horseshoes, or just relax at one of the picnic tables or tents scattered throughout the park.
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    37200 Wild Mountain Rd.
    Taylors Falls, MN US
  • Mount Kato
    There's no rest for the team at Mount Kato during the winter months. Each and every night, they head out to their 19 trails and 4 terrain parks to groom the snow—keeping it ready for the next day's batch of skiers and snowboarders. And should Mother Nature refuse to cooperate, they even have snowmakers at the ready to cover the mountainside. That means the beginner-through-advanced slopes are almost always waiting, just a chair lift away. Though seasoned skiers and boarders find themselves right at home, visits to Mount Kato hardly require expertise. The rental shop sets visitors up with the appropriate gear, and instructors teach lessons for all ages and abilities. Snow-tubing routes supply a fun and even easier alternative. But the adventures don't end when the season does. Warmer months turn Mount Kato into a premier destination for mountain biking, and the natural setting makes for an appealing backdrop for events such as wine and beer tastings, a sad irony considering every snowman melts long before the age of 21.
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    20461 State Hwy. 66
    Mankato, MN US

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