Things to Do in Ham Lake, MN

The Twin Cities Gateway area is a great travel destination with various exciting attractions.

The city of Ham Lake, originally settled by the Scottish, continues to carry its lineage. This Scottish heritage carries on in the sport of golf. Ham Lake is home to the Majestic Oaks championship golf course which is one of the most highly regarded courses in the area. Ham Lake also has great aquatic activities and campgrounds!

Browse things to do in Ham Lake, Minnesota below. You can sort by category and view more details at the attractions’ websites. Click on the images for an expanded view of the things to do in Ham Lake. We invite you to explore our site and learn more about the Twin Cities Gateway communities and lodging options available. We hope you have fun in our community and enjoy our Ham Lake attractions.

Ham Lake Park

Category: Parks | Destination: Ham Lake

1843 153rd Ave. NE
Ham Lake, MN 55304
P: 763-434-9555

This 90 acre park is located on the banks of Ham Lake. It includes a unique 18-hole disc golf course, fishing pier, boat launch, softball and baseball fields, walking trails, playground equipment, and pavillions.

Ham Lake Campground

Category: Campgrounds | Destination: Ham Lake

2400 Constance Blvd.
Ham Lake, MN 55304
P: 763-434-5337

Located on Ham Lake the Campground is just 30 minutes north of the Twin Cities and just 9 miles north of the National Sports Center and Schwans Super Rink. Ham Lake Campground offers a quiet and peaceful “up north” atmosphere without the drive.

Camping Cabins

Ham Lake Campground’s three new camping cabins are nestled in the woods with views of the lake. Great for young families or small groups, each cabin is located on it’s own campsite and has a pri- vate fire pit and picnic table. They all have air conditioning and heat.

Cabin campers can make use of the main bathhouse for shower/toilet facilities or porta potties near by. The covered deck offers a great sitting area for meals, playing cards or just relaxing.

Visitors staying in the cabins need to bring their own sleeping bags or other bedding. They can do their cooking outside at the fire ring, which has a grill.

Campsites

Ham Lake Campground offers 61 full hook up sites. They are separated in 2 sections, north and south. Each has there own laundry and bathroom facilities. Each comes with their own picnic table. There is a central fire ring for the full hookups to share.

Tent campers will find 10 tent sites. 5 have a lake view. They are very grassy and wooded. With close porta potties and flush toilets available. They come with a picnic table and fire ring. You are also able to use our other 76 electric and water sites to put up your tent.

Activities

Ham Lake Campground offers many fun activities including bocce ball, horse shoes, shuffleboard, fooseball, ping pong, volleyball, golf-fling and much more.

Theme weekends include kids craft, face painting, kids games, pot luck appetizer party, scavenger hunts, and lots more fun.

For rent: Paddle boats, fishing boats, canoes, banana & Zike bikes.

Download a campground map

Pump It Up

Category: Entertainment | Destination: Ham Lake

13941 Lincoln St NE, Ste 400
Ham Lake, MN 55304
P: (763) 757-9000

Jump into the inflatable fun on our slides, bounce houses and obstacle courses. Amazing kids birthday parties, field trips, team parties, open jumps, special events and more!

Pump It Up
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Willow Tree Winery

Category: Breweries/Wineries | Destination: Ham Lake

828 Constance Boulevard NE
Ham Lake, MN 55304
P: 763-229-8824

Willow Tree Winery is a new vineyard and tasting room in Ham Lake, producing several varietals and seasonal wines. Willow Tree’s latest wines have just been released. The tasting room is open 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., or by appointment. Groups and group tours welcome.

Majestic Oaks Golf Club

Category: Golf Courses | Destination: Ham Lake

701 Bunker Lake Blvd.
Ham Lake, MN 55304
P: 763-755-2140

Majestic Oaks Golf Club is the Twin Cities premiere golf club and special events facility. With two championship 18-hole golf courses and an Executive Nine, Majestic Oaks ranks as one of the largest golf and banquet facilities in Minnesota. Their expansive clubhouse features a full service bar/restaurant and three large private banquet rooms.

The club is known for its spectacular cuisine, affordable prices and welcoming atmosphere. The course is also open year round with a 9-hole Snow Golf Course and other winter activities taking place in the winter.

Majestic Oaks Golf Club
Majestic Oaks Golf Club
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