Fun Attractions and Things To Do

Drawing thousands of golf players each year and hosting of the Ryder Cup (one of the biggest events in golf) has been organized at Hazeltine Golf Course. The Chaska Curling Center situated downtown is the National Training Center for USA Curling. Winner of botanical honors and home to one of the best arboretums in the nation is the University of Minnesota Arboretum.

Low Cost Steps to Sell Your Home For More Money

Tip Number 1: Try using Pine-Sol and warm water to wipe down interior walls, shelves, trim, doors and cabinets. Tip Number 2: Begin with your closets and remove as much clutter as possible. Tip Number 3: The appearance of a well-kept home is noteworthy - so make a point to organize your kitchen pantry. Step Number 4: tidy book shelves and dust around and in-between the books. Tip Number 5: To bring in more prospective buyers, select a neutral color to paint walls that may need fresh paint or are extremely colorful. Step Number 6: When you want to create an instant appeal for your home, spend some time cleaning the exterior entrance and pathway.

Impressive Parks and Trails to Enjoy

You can find so many places to recreate in the city with 570 acres of park space and a little over 30 parks to enjoy. Spend some off-leash time along with your dog at Lions Park, where you have some wooded areas to playand exercise. The Minnesota River Bluffs LRT Regional Trail begins in Chaska and runs northeast through Chanhassen and Chaska following an old railroad route.

Historical Developments Through the Years

Chaska is located 25 miles southwest of Minneapolis as part of Carver County. In 1776 when Jonathan Carver was searching for a place to set up a trading post, he happened upon what's current day Chaska. In 1857, locals started making bricks because of the immense amounts of clay close by. Right up until the 1950s and 1960s, the city was a little farming community and only had a population of 2,000 people.