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the lake at the end of Lake Street

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Ducks on Lake Calhoun
#2254 Ducks on Lake Calhoun
#2254
Boats and Dock at Lake Calhoun
#2253 Boats and Dock at Lake Calhoun
#2253
Rowboats at Lake Calhoun
#2252 Rowboats at Lake Calhoun
#2252
Lake Calhoun Beach (at 32nd Street)
#2249 Lake Calhoun Beach (at 32nd Street)
#2249
Lake Calhoun 32nd Street Playground
#2248 Lake Calhoun 32nd Street Playground
#2248
Beach Volleyball Competition
#2203 Beach Volleyball Competition
#2203
Lake Calhoun During the Aquatennial
#2202 Lake Calhoun During the Aquatennial
#2202
Lake Calhoun and Skyline with Ducks
#2201 Lake Calhoun and Skyline with Ducks
#2201
Canoe on Lake Calhoun
#2200 Canoe on Lake Calhoun
#2200
Canoe on Lake Calhoun and Skyline
#2199 Canoe on Lake Calhoun and Skyline
#2199
Beach Volleyball at Lake Calhoun
#2195 Beach Volleyball at Lake Calhoun
#2195
Lake Calhoun and Skyline
#2194 Lake Calhoun and Skyline
#2194
Canoe on Lake Calhoun
#2192 Canoe on Lake Calhoun
#2192
Skyline from Lake Calhoun During Aquatennial
#2191 Skyline from Lake Calhoun During Aquatennial
#2191
Bridge over Southwest Lake Calhoun Wetlands Pond
#2050 Bridge over Southwest Lake Calhoun Wetlands Pond
#2050
Irises
#2049 Irises
#2049
Located at the west end of Lake Street just past Uptown, Lake Calhoun is a little over three miles around and is used for canoeing, sailing, and fishing. Like other city lakes, it is surrounded by walking and biking paths. It has three public beaches on the north, east, and south sides.

In the northeast corner there is a a concession stand, moors for sailboats, a dock, and a canoe rental service run by the parks department (some of the pictures in this category were taken from a canoe).

Lake Calhoun is connected to Lake of the Isles by the Calhoun Lagoon. You get there by passing under Lake Street, at the north end of the lake. Like the other city lakes, it's surrounded by attractive homes.

A new settling pond at the southwest corner has improved the water quality in the lake by collecting phosphorus from runoff water. This causes algae to grow in the settling pond instead of the lake.

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