CONTRACT FOR DEED HOMES IN WAYZATA, MN
Wayzata is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota. It is in the western part of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metro area. The name Wayzata is derived from a Lakota Sioux phrase meaning “North Shore”. Located on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, the city is a popular tourist destination.
Wayzata has a growing economy, and Wayzata High School, located to the north in Plymouth, has been ranked by Newsweek on its list of the 1000 top public high schools in America.
Wayzata Public Schools are part of Independent School District 284 and serve all or portions of eight west suburban municipalities (Plymouth, Corcoran, Hamel, Maple Grove, Medicine Lake, Medina, Minnetonka, and Orono). The only schools located within the city of Wayzata are Gleason Lake Elementary and West Middle School, as are the district offices. The district covers 38 square miles (98 km2), extending north and east from Wayzata Bay on Lake Minnetonka, and lies approximately eight miles west of Minneapolis. There are approximately 9,510 students enrolled in eight public elementary schools (K–5), three middle schools (6–8), and one high school (9–12). Some students attend public schools in other school districts chosen by their families under Minnesota’s open enrollment statute. Wayzata is also home to the Highcroft campus of The Blake School(K–5).
|Schools in the Wayzata School District|
|Elementary schools||Middle schools||High School|
|Sunset Hill||West Middle School||Wayzata High School|
|Plymouth Creek||Central Middle School|
|Oakwood||East Middle School|
Parks and Recreation
The Dakota Rail Trail is a 13.5-mile-long paved regional trail. In Hennepin County, the trail winds around Lake Minnetonka through Wayzata, Orono, Minnetonka Beach, Spring Park, Mound, Minnetrista and St. Bonifacius. Later, in Carver County, the trail was extended by 12.5 miles to Mayer. The trail is managed by the Three River Park District. The trail is a converted railroad bed formerly owned by Dakota Rail. In 2001, the Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority (HCRRSA) and Carver and McLeod counties purchased the 44-mile corridor. At a cost of $5.9 million, construction of the trail started in 2009. In June 2009, the city of Mound held the Grand Opening for the trail. The trail offers parking and amenities.
The Wayzata Beach is located in downtown Wayzata on Lake Minnetonka. The beach is open to the public and has permit and non-permit parking. There is a lifeguard on duty from mid-June to mid-August when the temperature is above 65 degrees. The beach features
- A sandy beach and grassy peninsula
- Shaded picnic areas
- Playground equipment
- Canoe racks
- Stand-up paddleboard rentals
- Volleyball court
- Boat slips
- Playing fields
WAYZATA CONTRACT FOR DEED HOMES