About Crosby Farm Regional Park

Crosby Farm Regional Park is a popular location for picnics, fishing, hiking, biking, and more. With about 6.7 miles of paved trails, the park provides a beautiful setting for an afternoon's walk, run, or ride along shady, wooded areas, next to the Mississippi River, along the marshes of Crosby Lake and past scenic picnic areas. 

Park Map (PDF)


BBQ Grills
Biking/Hiking Trail
Fire Pit (in picnic shelter)
Boat Rentals
Picnic Tables
Picnic Shelter
Restroom Facilities

Closures & Special Notices

Crosby Farm Regional Park or roads, trails, amenities, or sections within the park may periodically be closed due to high waters on the Mississippi River, construction, wildlife management, restoration, or other special projects. For more information, visit the Park Closures & Special Notices page. 

Shelter Rentals and Reservations

Crosby Shelter at Gannon Road and Crosby Farm Road seats approximately 50 people. Other amenities include a fire pit, barbecue grill, electricity and restrooms.  Electricity is available, but multiple electric items may cause overloads on the power source.

Note:  The possession or consumption of alcohol is prohibited in this park.

Current Projects

The Hidden Falls - Crosby Farm Regional Park Plan was adopted in 2019. The plan guides future park improvements and natural resources management. Priority improvement projects will be implemented as funding and opportunities become available. See the Hidden Falls - Crosby Farm Regional Park Projects webpage for more information.