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We walked completely around this lake on a recent trip to this area. We really liked Bde Maka Ska, formally Lake Calhoun. The Dakota Indians called this body of water Bde Maka Ska, meaning White Earth Lake or, in some translations, White Bank Lake. There...More
The real attraction is the chain of lakes in Minneapolis that is one of the nations best urban parks. The Calhoun Bridge connects Lake Calhoun and Lake of the Isles. It is a good way to avoid car traffic.
Best about Mpls is the chain of lakes.
Used to live a block from this bridge.
Used to go running around Lake of the Isles regularly. Food shopping at Kinds on Lake Street. Movies at the Uptown, breakfast at the Uptown Bar (no longer exists)....More
I always hate crossing Lake Street on my bike so really appreciate the paths under this bridge . The bridge is nothing special but it does help the trails to flow nicely across it and if you are going to Lake of Isles on the...More
This landmark is part of hiking the area but hardly worth the trip just to see the bridge. The area is of course amazing for hiking, biking, rollerblading, sailing, canoeing and whatever else you can do outside on a lake. The people watching here is...More
You have it all at this location - beautiful lakes- 3 to which you can canoe or bicycle or just swim at Calhoun. The Tin Fish where you may rent kayaks, canoes, paddle boats etc. and have a great lunch. The midtown greenway right there...More