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Holmes Park, 628 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee, MN

Holmes Park is a neighborhood park in Shakopee. Family Friendly amenities include a playground, horseshoe pit and a basketball court. There is also an enclosed picnic shelter with electricity and grills.

Holmes Park Playground Updates – Summer 2020

The playground is scheduled for replacement in 2020 and the city has supplied images of the proposed new equipment, which includes a variety of play features, including climbing and slides. The new playground will also include ADA accessible surfacing. Replacement begins July 20, 2020 with removal of the old playground and installation of the new playground beginning in early August. The process will take up to five weeks and the playground will be closed during that time period..

Holmes Park Playground Rendering
Image courtesy of the City of Shakopee

4 Ideas for Family Fun at Holmes Park Shakopee

  1. Enjoy the playground together or rest while the kids run out their energy.
  2. Bring along your horseshoes; this park has a pit. 
  3. Practice shooting hoops together on the basketball court
  4. Bring a picnic to enjoy. The park has a shelter with grills.

Birthday Parties

There is a small shelter available to rent for small private events, like Birthday Parties. It features picnic tables, electricity and grills. There are restrooms inside the building that are accessible with a key. park features an enclosed picnic shelter with electricity and picnic tables. Rentals are limited to picnics or events of 50 or less. Restrooms are located inside the building and can be accessed with a key. Find information on how to rent the picnic shelter here.

More Shakopee Parks to Visit:

  1. Shakopee Memorial Park
  2. Quarry Lake Park
  3. Muenchow Fields Park
  4. Green Meadows Park
  5. Fun For All Playground
  6. Huber Park

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