Well, to my mind, I’ve uncovered the reason for Eagan’s existence. It’s to house this lovely park with it’s many lakes, trails, trees, mushrooms and animals. Everything you want from a pile of nature just a twenty minute drive from the city – it’s all easily accessible on the gentle, rolling trails of Lebanon Hills. We just scratched the surface, covering about three miles via the Jensen Lake Trailhead. The trails are well marked and you are presented with options to explore, all primarily lush, shady and easy to navigate. I can hardly wait to go back in the fall when the colors are changing.
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Eagan does little in the way of getting my pulse up and racing, but I recently rediscovered Lebanon Halls last week as well and stopped to take some photos. The trails seem perfect for a good run and I hope to go back sometime this summer/fall to take a break from the usual St. Paul and Minneapolis paths. It’s really a lovely area. Great photos!