Lane was incredible! We are first-time homeowners and he walked us through the process step by step in a way that made us comfortable and confident with our decisions. He was flexible with our schedule, and when we told him we had found our dream house, he arranged a showing the following day and we signed the purchase agreement less than 24 hours after that. We would recommend Lane to anyone, especially first-time home buyers.



- Patty Devoy

Considering moving to Champlin, Minnesota? The Monson & Larson Real Estate Group is a progressive, cutting edge real estate company that has experience buying and selling in Champlin, and knows the Champlin real estate market well. Below you will find an overview of the Champlin community. Contact us today to get started! 


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Champlin is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota. The population was 23,089 at the 2010 census.



The settlement of the Champlin area began when Father Louis Hennepin, a Franciscan priest from whom Hennepin County, Minnesota gets its name, Michael Accult and Peter Dulay were captured by the Sioux Indians. An Indian trading post was eventually established in the area. Charles Miles created the first permanent settlement in what came to be called the Marshall Township. In 1859, it was split into six towns, Champlin and Dayton. The name Champlin came from the family name of U.S. Navy Commodore Stephen Champlin.



Champlin is home to many industrial based businesses. The recent completion and addition to the 610 by pass project has allowed the area to expand and accommodate the growing population of the area. With the recent development came new expanded retail growth. Champlin now is home to Super Target, Champlin Cinema 14, and many more retail establishments.



The Champlin area is serviced by the Anoka-Hennepin School District 11 and Osseo Area Schools ISD 279.

Anoka-Hennepin School District enrolls approximately 38,500 students, grades K-12, in 24 elementary schools, six middle schools (grades 6-8), five high schools, and several alternative secondary school programs. The Anoka-Hennepin Community Education Program, the largest in Minnesota, demonstrates that learning is a lifelong experience. The department offers opportunities for all ages, infant through senior citizen.

Osseo Area Schools serve more than 21,000 students, early childhood through grade 12, in 17 elementary schools (PreK-6), four junior highs (7-9), three senior highs (10-12), an area learning center, two early childhood centers, two special program sites, and an adult education/enrollment center. Community education classes serve lifelong learners from birth through senior citizens. ISD 279 students reflect the global community, coming from homes where more than 80 dialects or languages other than English are spoken. Diverse demographics contribute to rich, real-life learning environments that prepare students for the 21st century workplace. Preschool is offered at two early childhood centers and four elementary schools, with before- and after-school child care options. All-day kindergarten options (some tuition-based), and/or before- and after-school child care (gr. K-6) are available at all elementary sites.


Parks and Recreation:

Champlin currently has approximately 300 acres of City-owned park land at 34 locations. It is also important to note there is currently approximately 800 acres of the Elm Creek Park Reserve located within the City of Champlin boundaries. This area is owned and maintained by Hennepin Parks.

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