The City of Cohasset offers many outdoor activities to the public in the summer months.
Some are organized group events, and others are things to do at your leisure.
Watch our Facebook: Parks & Rec page for updates on activities.
Come out and see why Minnesota summers are so special!!


Hiking: Trails to hike are found at Portage Park, Blackwater Environmental Area, and Tioga Recreation Area. The City is also part of the North Country Trail which has trails within the City limits.
Mountain Biking: World-class mountain biking takes place at Tioga Recreation Area. There are trails for beginners up to expert at this unique venue. Mountain and fat tire bikes can also be checked out to residents for their own use at no charge.

Walking: Gentle walking trails at Portage Park expand into the Bass Brook Wildlife Management Area. There are other paved and unpaved trails in the city. We also offer guided, casual walks on a weekly basis at either Tioga Beach or Tioga Recreation Area.

 Check out our Recreational Maps here





T-ball: Youth T-ball to ages 4-6 is held in June and July for 6 weeks. This is a fun, non-competitive sport that introduces all kids to the fun game of baseball.
Soccer: Youth soccer for grades K-3 typically runs in both the spring and fall. We play Grand Rapids teams and make sure this introduction to soccer is fun for everyone!
Volleyball: Girls volleyball for 4-5th graders take place at Cohasset Elementary School. This is held in April and May, and we play Grand Rapids teams.

Pony Football: Youth football practice and games are held at Portage Park each fall. The pony league is for 4-6th graders who want to learn some basic skills and improve teamwork.