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Valley Park
801 7th St S, Hopkins, MN 55343
Valley Park has extensive playground equipment for children to play on. It also has basketball courts, softballMore fields, tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, even an archery range. The whole park is dominated by a hill that is perfect for sledding. Groups may rent the picnic shelters and alcoholic beverages are also allowed with a special permit, available through the website.
Ramsgate
421 Van Buren Ave N, Hopkins, MN 55343

Ramsgate is a very large complex of one- and two-bedroom apartments located in the northeast section of Hopkins westMore of Blake Road and south of Highway 7.

One-bedroom units rent from $775 to $900 a month while two-bedroom apartments go from $900 to $1,000 a month.

Offering a swimming pool, tennis courts and volleyball court, Ramsgate is on the bus line.

Park Valley Playground
7th St S & 6th Ave S, Hopkins, MN 55343
Park Valley Playground is actually a modest neighborhood park ensconced in a residential area. In addition to theMore expected playground equipment such as swings and slides, it also has a basketball court and picnic shelter. A nearby grassy field even offers ample space for a pick-up football game. 
Burnes Park
301 2nd St NE, Hopkins, MN 55343

This is the place for little climbers. Burnes Park's playground has a faux rock wall and a twisty ladder for childrenMore looking for a place to scramble up. The park also has horseshoe pits, softball fields and basketball and tennis courts.

Groups may rent the picnic shelters. Visit the following site for the most current information: http://www.eminnetonka.com/recreation/facilities/picnic_shelter_reservations.cfm

Alcoholic beverages are also allowed with a special permit, available at the site above.

Cottageville Park
439 Blake Rd N, Hopkins, MN 55343

Homes are in close proximity to this park, but it's a valuable space for children to play because it doesn'tMore require them to cross busy Blake Street. 

It offers a modern playground for young children. Older children and adults can enjoy the basketball courts and soccer field.

The park is hard for passing drivers to see. It can be accessed by the first alley south of Oxford Street, on the east side of Blake Street.