Address and phone number for Burnes Park, a Park, at 2nd Street Northeast, Hopkins MN.
Burnes Park, located in Hopkins, MN, is a Park that offers outdoor recreation and nature preservation. A public space open to the general public, the Park offers open spaces under the maintenance of the Hopkins Parks Department.You may contact Parks for questions about:
The Park in Hopkins offers facilities and amenities for visitors, including walking paths, jogging and biking paths, and open recreation spaces. Visitors to the Park use the green space for recreation, leisure, or athletics. The Park offers public restrooms and amenities like picnic tables, benches, open lawns, and a playground. Contact the Park for more information about its facilities.Park Reservations and Permits
The Burnes Park allows reservations for its facilities, which visitors can request through the Hopkins Parks Department. The Parks Department grants permits for events, including permits for playfields to hold athletic competitions and facility reservations of Hopkins event spaces, performing arts areas, or other facilities. The Parks Department sets the rental rates and reservation policies for Hopkins Parks. Contact the Park or the Parks Department for questions about reservations and permits.Athletic Park Facilities in Hopkins, MN
In Hopkins, Athletic Park facilities include fields and other facilities designed for recreational and competitive sports. The Hopkins Athletic Park facilities include baseball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, and soccer fields. In addition to outdoor facilities, Parks in Hopkins offer indoor sports complexes that include locker rooms, training facilities, and other facilities for sports. Contact the Burnes Park or the Hopkins Parks Department for more information about Athletic Park facilities in the Hennepin County area.Minnesota State Parks & National Parks
Managed by the Minnesota state government or the federal government, Minnesota State Parks and National Parks in the Hennepin County area preserve the area's environmental, historical, and cultural significance. Designated for conservation, National and State Parks act as recreation areas and tourist destinations. The U.S. National Parks Service manages National Parks, while the Minnesota Department of Conservation or Department of Environmental Protection manages Minnesota State Parks.Contact Burnes Park
You may contact Burnes Park by calling 952-939-8355, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Burnes Park, 301 2nd Street Northeast, Hopkins, Minnesota, 55343.
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