Harley Hopkins Park
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This park – named after Harley H. Hopkins, who was among the city's first homesteaders and its first postmaster – is mostly hidden by the plant-covered fence that surrounds it. But passers-by will be unlikely to miss the bright lights that surround an ice rink that is used for both open skate and hockey. There's also a small sledding hill in another corner, complete with a rail to help little ones climb back up. The sizable field nearby offers a place for other sporting events, whatever the season. The park borders the school district's Harley Hopkins Family Center.
108 Jackson Ave. S, Hopkins, MN 55343
- Hours: Daily, 5am - 10pm; Typically, rink attendants are present and warming houses are open from mid-December to mid-February during the following times:Tue, Thu, 4:30pm - 9pm; Sat - Sun, noon - 5pm
- Accessibility Details: Ramp onto short asphalt walking path that passes by hockey rink
- Website: http://www.hopkinsmn.com/parks/parks/harley-hopkins.php
- Accessible: yes