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Pik Nik Island at Crystal Lake 1987The Crystal Lake Improvement Association held a contest to find a name for the small recreational use island in the lake. The contest was open to children ages 5 -12 from Apple Valley, Burnsville and Lakeville and the winner was Leah Laubach. Her winning name was Pik-Nik Island.
Crystal LakeSignage at Crystal Lake 2021.
Crystal View InnOctober 22, 1956 Mpls Tribune - ad for the Crystal View Inn at Crystal Lake.
Crystal Lake 2019Fishing June 1, 2019 at Crystal Lake.
Crystal Lake 2019Although it's June, a permanent Thin Ice sign can be found at the lake shore.
Crystal LakeAerial view of Crystal Lake.
Crystal Lake 2019This stop provides a great view of Crystal Lake and Buck Hill.
Crystal LakeCrystal Lake and Buck Hill 1970s.
Crystal LakeA second winter view of Crystal Lake from Buck Hill.
Twin Lake HomesWinter view of Twin Lake Homes 2023.
Crystal Lake in the WinterWinter view of Crystal Lake (undated).
Crystal Lake and Buck HillWinter 2022 view of Crystal Lake and Buck Hill.
Youth Fishing Clinic at Crystal Lake -2018 photoFishing clinics for children ages 6 to 10 are held in August, at Crystal Beach Park, 1101 Crystal Lake Road E. Aspiring anglers will learn how to set up their rod, bait their hook, cast like a pro and take fish off their line. They’ll also learn about different kinds of fish and the baits used to attract them.

Cost is $10 for one session. Participants are asked to register for only one. All equipment will be provided, but if kids have a special rod, but students may bring a special reel or tackle from home. A fishing license isn’t required for youth under 15. Parents are welcome to stay but will need their own equipment and a license if they intend to fish. The clinic is presented in partnership with Minnesota Trout Unlimited and Trout in the Classroom. - Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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