Bloomington's beautiful wooded setting with pavilion, playgrounds, and accessible walkways. It is connected to miles of hiking trails and bridges along Nine Mile Creek.
From Old Shakopee Road:
Go south on either Thomas Ave. or Sheridan Ave. and turn left on 105th St.
Parking is available in two lots - one on 104th St. and one on Morgan Ave. On-street parking is also available.
Bike racks are available in the parking lot near the entrance of the park.
Moir Park can be reached by bus on Route 546/546A on Old Shakopee Road or Route 18 on Humboldt Ave. Both require some amount of walking from the bus stop to the Park.
Map of Activities
"All plants are not created equal, particularly in their ability to support wildlife. Most of our native plant eaters are not able to eat alien plants, and we are replacing native plants with alien species at an alarming rate, especially in the suburban gardens on which our wildlife increasingly depends. My central message is that, unless we restore native plants to our suburban ecosystems, the future of biodiversity in the United States is dim."