Wright County Government: Parks & Rec seeks public input for full system plan update
23 Aug 2021
The Wright County Parks and Recreation Department is developing a comprehensive system plan for park facilities and recreation programs. The plan will assess the current conditions of the county’s parks, trails and programs and develop a plan for the long-term future of park operations, improvements, development and recreation programs.
Further opportunities for comments on the draft recommendations and priorities will be available in October or November. To stay up to date on this project process and future contribution opportunities, check for updates on the Parks & Rec web page (http://www.co.wright.mn.us/parks).
Wright County’s parks and recreation system is worth approximately $ 32 million – an asset the county has developed over the past 42 years. It includes 32 public recreation areas comprising 4,717 acres, three corridor trails with a total length of 12 miles, an environmental education center, three campgrounds, picnic shelters, 70 miles of park trails interior (including 14.25 miles of mountain biking trails and 20 miles of horseback riding trails). In addition, there are fishing docks, toilet blocks / toilets, numerous volleyball courts, disc golf courses, horseshoe pits, parking areas, roads and other amenities. of the park.
The Parks and Recreation mission statement is “To enable citizens and guests to recognize, appreciate and appreciate the natural and cultural resources inherited from Wright County through the preservation, enhancement and programming of various outdoor recreational opportunities and activities. “
Wright County Parks & Recreation looks forward to getting public feedback as it moves forward with its updated Complete System Plan.