6440 US 10 West
Ramsey, MN 55303
Phone: (763) 323-4800
Fax: (763) 323-0404
6440 US 10 West, Ramsey, MN, US, 55303
- Phone: (763) 323-4800
- Fax: (763) 323-0404
Built in 1921, this beautiful country club features a superbly maintained eighteen-hole golf course, as well as banquet and reception facilities.
The course was designed by well-known architect Joel Goldstrand and is only 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis. This 9-hole course is a real challenge for golfers of all levels and expertise. Water comes into play on every hole and sand traps are strategically placed throughout the course. Tee Time Policy: Up to seven days in advance. For more than eight players a credit card and phone number are required. Greens fees: $12 Monday-Friday, $14 Saturday and Sunday. Discount Availability: Junior & Senior rates are available any time Monday-Friday and after 3pm on Saturday, Sunday & holidays for $9.
With an exciting Joel Goldstran Scottish links design, this course is considered to be the best new golf venue in Minnesota. The Links at Northfork is one of only 100 courses to receive Golf Digest's "Great Value" honor. The course plays 6968 yards and is nicely spotted with water hazards and sand traps. This course also features a three-hole practice loop.
Sundance Golf and Bowl features a regulation eighteen-hole golf course, while also offering a twenty four lane bowling alley, as well as banquet facilities.
Travel back to a time when working the farm was a true family affair and all the work was done by hand. Watch farmhands plow fields with oxen and horses at the Kelley farm or harvest vegetables from the garden. Dressed in clothes from the period, interpreters demonstrate how farming was done in the 1860s in this bit of living Minnesota history. Visitors get a chance to try their hand at some farm chores and then relax on the front porch. Animals on the farm are like those bred in the 1860s to do farm work or supply the family with food. The buildings, clothing and farm tools are true to the period depicted.
Fox Hollow Golf Club is a picturesque course lying along the tranquil Crow River. This scenic course is breathtaking and will challenge all golfers, beginner or veteran. Located in the northwest suburb of Rogers, just 25 minutes from downtown Minneapolis.Carved into the countryside, the course ranges from open, rolling hills to tricky narrow, tree-lined fairways. The signature third hole offers an opportunity to tee off over the Crow River to a small, spectacular island green.The entire course is well maintained and the well-played shot is duly rewarded while the rough can be unforgiving on the errant attempt. Water comes into play on numerous holes and the greens are well protected by bunkers.
This twenty-five-thousand-square-foot pool offers fun for the entire family, with waves generated every five seconds for fifteen minutes, followed by a ten minute rest period; tubes are also available for rent.
This park is 360 scenic acres spanning both sides of the Mississippi River. The showpiece of the park is the 1,000-foot dam built in 1914. Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park is a hot spot for fishing, which can be done from shore, boat or platforms on the dam. Walleye, northern, bass and crappie are common.The Visitor Center includes live animal exhibits, an aquarium displaying native fish, an observation deck, information center and restrooms. Skis, snowshoes and canoes are available for rent. Picnic tables and grills are plentiful. Campsites are available, including a separate primitive site for canoeists. A handicapped accessible walkway across the dam connects the Hennepin and Anoka County sections of the park and provides an excellent view of the river. A fee is charged for parking and can be paid on a daily basis, or an annual pass, good at all county parks, may be purchased.
Located just 20 minutes north of the Twin Cities, Majestic Oaks features two 18-hole courses (Platinum and Gold), one executive 9-hole course, and a driving range. Each course has its own unique layout, designed to play comfortable for the beginner, yet challenge and bring back the most experienced players. The Platinum course is the most mature. Designed by Charles Maddox, it was ranked among Golf Digest's Top 75 Public Courses in 1990. From the back tees, the Platinum measures 6561 yards and has many holes carved out of huge beautiful oak trees. The Gold Course, while only five years old, is quickly gaining notoriety among Twin City golfers. This course is slightly smaller than the Platinum measuring 5879 yards. Course architect Garrett Gill used natural hazards and terrain in his design. Tee Time Policy: Four days in advance; credit card guarantee needed on weekends & holidays. Green fees: Gold: Nine holes $12 M-F, $23 Sa-Su; 18 holes $15 M-F, $27 Sa-Su. Platinum: Nine holes $13 M-F, $15.50 Sa-Su; 18 holes $26 M-F, $31.00 Sa-Su. Special nine-hole course: $8 M-F, $9 Sa-Su.
Nestled on twenty acres, this nine-hole executive golf course offers a challenge for players of all experience levels, and includes a putting green and a fully stocked pro shop, with lessons also being available.
This state-of-the-art facility is the largest ice arena of its kind in the world, and is the only arena with four Olympic sheets of ice under one roof; the facility is also used for adult hockey leagues, open skating, skating lessons, figure skating, speed skating and more.
Designed by the PGA Tour, this eighteen-hole putting course of real bent grass greens presents a challenge to even the lowest of handicaps.