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Wood Lake Nature Center
6710 Lake Shore Dr S, Richfield, MN 55423

Wood Lake Nature Center, which is generally called the Nature Center, is a park preserve and Richfield's largestMore park. The preserve is nearly smack-dab in the middle of the city. It was opened in the early '70s as one of the first nature education facilities in the Midwest. Students of all ages often find themselves here on field trips to study the wildlife, insects and plants.

The park is also a recreational destination that offers three miles of walking paths and adult activities such as Nordic pole walking, make your own snowshoes and environmental book club.

Birthday parties are also held at the Nature Center and are led by a naturalist to provide a fun, educational experience for youth. Kids can explore critters, do a treasure hunt, meet live snakes and more.

Gramercy Park Cooperative
6711 Lake Shore Dr S, Richfield, MN 55423
Gramercy Park Cooperative is a 12-story residential tower designed to accommodate residents 55 years of age and older.More Offering one-, two- or three-bedroom units, Gramercy Park Cooperative is across from the Wood Lake Nature Center and provides a wide variety of amenities, including storage units, hair salon, library, computer center, fitness center, party room, heated garage, secured entry, guest suites, convenience store and more. For rental information, call the number or visit the website provided.
Village Shores
6501 Woodlake Dr, Richfield, MN 55423

Located on Woodlake Drive, Village Shores is an age-restricted residential complex for residents age 55 and older.More Village Shores offers one- and two-bedroom apartments with full kitchens, electric appliances and individual heat and air conditioning controls.

In addition, apartments feature balconies, large closets and cable TV access. There is also a shuttle service that provides transportation to medical appointments, shopping, banking as well as scheduled trips to concerts, casinos, and conservatories. The complex also contains a community library and billiard room and is within walking distance of Richfield Lake and the Wood Lake Nature Center.

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