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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. 
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.
Hilltop Park
2014 4th St N, Hopkins, MN 55343
The dominant feature of Hilltop Park is a slope that will challenge even the most intrepid sledder. Younger childrenMore will enjoy the elaborate playground, while picnic tables nestled in a grove of trees offer a more relaxed experience.
Maetzold Field
1215 1st St N, Hopkins, MN 55343
Hopkins baseball and softball players will inevitably migrate to Maetzold Field. The complex has several fields, aMore batting cage and a place for pitchers to hone their throws. That's not the only game in town, though. A football and soccer field offers room for those sports, and there's a playground for the little ones. 
Interlachen Park
262 Homedale Rd, Hopkins, MN 55343
Interlachen Park is a quiet neighborhood park nestled near a country club, with one of the greens visible from insideMore 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.
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.

Oakes Park
900 Lake St NE, Hopkins, MN 55343
Close to busy Blake Road but secluded enough for a respite from the noise, Oakes is an urban park with amenities forMore 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.
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.

Knollwood Towers West
1010 Lake St NE, Hopkins, MN 55343

Knollwood Towers West is just four blocks from Knollwood Mall and a variety of restaurants, churches and convenienceMore stores. Owned by Ginkel Properties, this apartment complex is in a quiet residential neighborhood within walking distance of lakes, trails, and a park that has tennis courts and a playground.

Knollwood Towers West offers studios and one- and two-bedroom units. Floor plans can be viewed on the website. Each unit comes with an individual underground parking space. Electricity is included in the rent. Call to hear about current specials and to schedule a viewing.