Located at 3175 Century Avenue South, Carver Lake Park features a boardwalk, swimming beach, open air shelter, picnic area, playground, archery range and the Carver Lake Off-road Cycling Trail.
Carver Lake Beach is currently closed for the season.
Blue-green algae update:
Sept. 5, 2017
The City of Woodbury completed toxin testing on Carver Lake water samples during the last week of August as a result of a blue-green algal bloom. The results showed very low levels of toxins commonly produced by blue-green algae. While the results provide information on the previous bloom, it is not possible to predict future blue-green algal blooms nor if the blooms will produce toxins. The Carver Lake Beach is closed for the season and will reopen as usual in the spring.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency offers the following recommendations to lake users:
- People and animals should avoid contact with water with blue-green algae.
- Watch for signs of recent blooms, such as green scum on the shoreline. When in doubt, stay out!
- If you or your pet go into water where there may be a bloom, wash off with fresh water immediately afterwards.
For more information, please see the latest news item.
Reserve open air shelter online
Carver Lake Beach is an unguarded beach - no lifeguard is on duty. Swim at your own risk. Park guests are allowed to swim from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
- Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water
- No glass containers
- No pets allowed
- No smoking allowed
- No fishing
- No fires allowed
- No boat, canoe or kayak launching
For other City of Woodbury water activities, please visit the HealthEast Splash Pad page.