- Our list of the best things to do in Forest Lake, Minnesota, features the top 130 nearby activities — including 59 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Forest Lake, MN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Forest Lake, MN , followed by 124 popular activities in nearby cities, including St. Paul, Stillwater, Minneapolis, St. Croix Falls, Taylors Falls, Andover, Hudson, Maplewood, White Bear Lake, Brooklyn Park, Coon Rapids, Maple Grove, Oakdale, Brooklyn Center, Woodbury and Elk River
Running Aces Harness Park is a horse racing track facility and a casino. While waiting for the live racing to return on May 24 up to August 30, 2014, guests are invited to their card room for Vegas-style card games. Running Aces also offers full dining service all year round.
Featuring Spanish and Portuguese imported wines, Import Iberia offers a wide selection of wines for visitors to enjoy. The wines that can be purchased are from the Rioja, Priorat, and Ribera del Duero regions of Spain.
Located in Forest Lake, Lakeside Park provides activities for the entire family. Offering beach access, visitors can enjoy a variety of water sports including swimming and boating. There is also a designated picnic space and a playground nearby.
For those seeking an exciting skydiving experience, Skydive Forest Lake offers tandem skydives and accelerated freefall skydives. Friendly instructors are on hand, and photos and videos are also taken during the dive.
Flyaways Gold Gymnastics is a gymnastics training center that provides instruction to children of all ages including off-season training for high school students. They also offer a tumbling class for dancers and cheerleaders.
Locally owned and operated, Forest Lake 5 Theater is just a short drive from downtown. Here movie-goers can see the latest releases while also enjoying digital sound, high-back chairs and concessions with common theater treats like popcorn and soda.
Situated on 320 acres inside the Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park, the Tamarack Nature Center is filled with boardwalks and trails. The boardwalks and trails give people access to prairies, ponds, forests, a play area, and more.
An indoor play park for kids ages one to 12, the Brown Family Adventure Park features a two-story treehouse, slides, suspended bridges and arcade. The facility also offers a snack bar as well as accommodations for birthday parties and groups.