The Venue

In operation since 1996, Harmony Park has hosted conferences, reenactments, concerts, antique car shows, horseshoe tournaments, softball games, motorcycle rallies, community gatherings, family reunions, high school reunions, religious celebrations, team building exercises, workshops and countless weddings.

Harmony Park is situated on 40 oak-shaded acres on the shore of Lake Geneva. Just 1.5 hours from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

When there are no private events scheduled, Harmony Park is open for public camping.

For information on renting Harmony Park for your special event, or to inquire about camping, call: 507-402-8733.

Location

Harmony Park is located at: 79503 298th St Clarks Grove, MN 56016

Extraordinary Experiences

Harmony Park is along the shore of Lake Geneva and under the shade of the old growth Burr Oak forest. We offer various camping options for you and your guests. 

There’s no place quite like Harmony Park. 

Park Features

Stages

Harmony Park offers 3 stages to meet your needs.

The main stage is huge and can handle gigantic performances, from aerial dancers to full orchestras.

The Harmonim is a covered stage that provides shelter from the elements with a smaller footprint than the main stage.

The pavilion stage is better suited for smaller, more intimate presentations.

Playground

In 2009 Harmony Park saw the addition of a state-of-the-art playground by Rainbow Play Systems. There’s always a place for the kids at Harmony Park.

Shower Building

The shower building features on-demand hot, pay showers all season long.

Firewood

Firewood is available for purchase on site. In order to protect the natural surroundings from tree-borne disease, we request that no off-site wood is brought in.

 

Meet The Owners

Harmony-Park-Owners-Jay-and-Amie

Harmony Park is owned and operated by Jay Sullivan and Amie Bartlett. Jay and Amie have a passion for permaculture landscape design and sustainable land stewardship practices. Establishing Harmony Park in 1996, Jay and Amie have roots in Minnesota and strong ties with the local community.

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