|Address:||901 Lake Elmo Ave N, Lake Elmo, MN 55042, USA|
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If I could give the park no stars I would. The park continually raises the lot rent. It is now going up to $700 a month. They do not take care of the park. During the winter they DO NOT like to remove snow from the streets or sidewalks. The roads are like ice rinks all winter long. They DO NOT remove snow from the sidewalks FORCING children and elderly to have to walk on the ice covered roads where cars are driving all the time. The children have to wait in the street for their school busses to come because there is nowhere else to stand because the sidewalks are filled with snow and also blocked off by snow mounds that are 2-3ft tall. Despite calling the park about the snow removal, they do NOTHING. They do not put down salt on the roads making every stop sign a very dangerous area because you do not know if you or another car will be able to stop because of all of the ice on the roads. During the spring and summer they do no form of weed control even on the golf course. The entire park is covered in weeds. Matter of fact there are more weeds than grass that grows around the park. With the abundance of weeds growing throughout the park during the spring and summer you have to constantly combat them from growing in your yard as you are responsible for your own yard care...spendings hundred upon hundreds of dollars doing so. They do not take case of the "walking paths". They are all overgrown and deteriorated to the point that they are almost non existent. The baseball field is not useable as one as they have not cared for it in years. Many of the driveways are cracked and crumbled and they will not fix them stating they have no money to in the budget...but the lot rent is almost $700 a month. There are tons of very run downed homes, missing siding, holes in the exterior, tarps over the roofs, and in generally very bad shape leaving you asking yourself how the park has not sent the owners notices about the condition of their property. Cimarron would be a great park if they would just take care of the lands and make sure their tenants do as well. Lake Elmo is an upscale community. Cimarron should uphold their standard to up keeping the park so that it doesnt look like the eyesore of the community. Each year the look of Cimarron gets worse and worse do to the lack of upkeep yet they somehow justify raising the rent higher and higher each year. You figure there are 400 homes in the park, the lot rent is raising to $700. If you do the math on that, the gross monthly income of the park is around $280,000.00 making the gross yearly income $3,360.000.00. WHY IS THE PARK NOT BEING TAKEN CARE OF??? I am surprised the city has not tried to close down the park due to its steady decline to build more profitable and prestige homes in its place. On the plus side most of the people/families living in the park are very friendly. They do have a community garden during the spring and summer that is all volunteer based and run by the residence of the park. An OUTSIDE COMPANY has built and funded a place for children and youth to hang out and do things such as arts and crafts, play, get help with their homework...etc
Pretty awesome par 3 course. Nice set of ranges and hazards. I think the shortest range was like 75ish yards where the furthest was a little over 200. A few of the greens need a bit of upkeep. It seems like a track vehicle ran over the green at some point and killed some of the grass in weird patterns. They suggest tee times, but we have been there twice on weekends with no issues getting on the course.
Been playing here for over 15 years. Course is well taken care of. Friendly, helpful staff. Very enjoyable not real hard but has challenges. Par 27 course, a couple long par 3 holes, 185 yards and 200 yards. A little water and some sand. Greens are not perfectly flat so a challenge when putting. A strong golfer can get to all the greens in one shot but may 3 putt to close. Lots of fun, relax and enjoy!
A fairly tough par 3 course that requires you to pull out almost every club in your bag. Its refreshing to see a par 3 course with a hole like #8, which is a 200 yard beast with water front left. Staff has always been friendly and the course has always been in decent shape for a par 27.
Its a nice beautiful field to play gold on the weekends. Its big and clean with beautiful views.
The greens need to be maintianed better but the price is good for beginner golfers
I cant put into words the constant harassment from these liberal snowflakes.
Inexpensive and well maintained for a public par 3
This is a great little course!