Chill Out in Eagan!


Winters in Minnesota aren’t for the faint-hearted or the easily cold, but winter in Eagan, Minnesota is extremely special and made for the best kind of people. It may be for the mere fact that there is so much to do indoors or outdoors, but there are a few certain things that really make Eagan a prime spot during the chillier months. The city that is made up of over 300 lakes, 50 parks and a copious amount of green space is also just ten minutes from Minneapolis and St. Paul, so the opportunities for adventure and fun are endless.

Head over to Lebanon Hills Regional Park where activities such as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hiking and ice-fishing are right at your fingertips. Try your hand, or should we say feet, at kicksledding, a new and growing sport that you can participate in with others or alone. If you’re more of a sports spectator, you’re in luck because Eagan is just ten minutes away from professional sports venues such as Xcel Energy Center where the Minnesota Wild drop the puck or Target Center, the Minnesota Lynx and Timberwolves’ stomping grounds. Having the best gear is needed for participating in any and all of these exhilarating expeditions so you need to check out Eagan’s Twin Cities Premium Outlets, the largest outlet mall in the Upper Midwest. It has over 100 stores including the Nike Factory Store, Under Armour, Van Heusen and Fossil. So whether you need a new hoodie for your run by Schulze Lake or you want to pick up a new dress shirt for a romantic seafood dinner at Jensen’s Food & Cocktails, Twin Cities Premium Outlets has you covered, and always for a great price! How does every day discounts of 25 to 65% off sound to you? The outlet mall in Eagan offers those low prices and much more.

After a long, exciting day, stressing out about a hotel should be the last thing on your mind – stay in any of Eagan’s 15 fantastic lodging properties and you will most definitely have a good night’s sleep. Contact the Eagan Convention & Visitors Bureau at 866-324-2620 or online at and start planning your adventure today.

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