Interlachen Park 262 Homedale Rd, Hopkins, MN55343 Interlachen Park is a quiet neighborhood park nestled near a country club, with one of the greens visible from inside…More the park. Despite the quiet atmosphere, Interlachen has a variety of amenities for residents of all ages. Fake rock walls are just one part of an elaborate playground. Residents can also enjoy ice skating or a game of basketball.
Central Park Manor on Mainstreet in downtown Hopkins has 109 rental units with both one- and two-bedroom units with…More rental rates of $700 to $835 monthly.
There is limited underground heated parking, a party room and the building is right on the bus line.
Buffer Park 400 5th St S, Hopkins, MN55343 Buffer is a spare park that sits behind the Supervalu complex. It has a softball field and lots of grass that can be…More used for general purposes.
Park Valley Playground 7th St S & 6th Ave S, Hopkins, MN55343 Park Valley Playground is actually a modest neighborhood park ensconced in a residential area. In addition to the…More 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.
Valley Park 801 7th St S, Hopkins, MN55343 Valley Park has extensive playground equipment for children to play on. It also has basketball courts, softball…More 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.
This is the place for little climbers. Burnes Park's playground has a faux rock wall and a twisty ladder for children…More looking for a place to scramble up. The park also has horseshoe pits, softball fields and basketball and tennis courts.
This park in Hopkins' is at the city's heart, both physically and metaphorically. Plaques are set about to remember…More residents who made the town what it is. Other memorials honor veterans. Even the benches have been given in honor or in memory of someone.
The park is also a place for fun. It's home to Music in the Park every summer, and the Hopkins Farmers Market takes place nearby from mid-June to October. With its location so close to downtown stores and restaurants, it's a good place for a picnic lunches beneath the shade trees.
Oakes Park 900 Lake St NE, Hopkins, MN55343 Close to busy Blake Road but secluded enough for a respite from the noise, Oakes is an urban park with amenities for…More nearby families. It is easily recognizable by a central mound that serves as an excellent sledding hill. Paths that connect to city sidewalks wind their way around the park. A softball field, a skating rink and tennis courts offer further options, while children can play on a modern playground.