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6244 Knox Avenue, Richfield, MN 55423

Madison Park is a 4 1/2 acre neighborhood park in Richfield with family-friendly amenities that include playground equipment, walking paths, sports fields and an ice rink in winter.

6 Ideas for Family Fun at Madison Park

  1. Let the kids Play on the Playground. The playground has been recently replaced with colorful and creative equipment that will challenge even the bigger kids. Its conveniently located next to the picnic shelter so parents can rest in the shade and still see the kids.
  2. Pack a Picnic. The set up makes this a perfect lunch-and-play park.
  3. Play a Game of Horse on the basketball court.
  4. Bring a playground ball to play kickball on the softball field. Note that the City intends to remove this field eventually.
  5. Stroll along the paved walkway. It is only 0.3 miles, so not too far for even the smallest walker.
  6. Ice Skate in the Winter. The pleasure rink is also slated to be removed per the 2018 park plan but is still maintained as of 2022.

Birthday Parties at Madison Park

This park has and enclosed building which has limited availability to be rented for birthday parties. When it is not in use for other programs, it is available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. May through September at an hourly rate with a minimum of 2 hours. It includes electrical outlets but no picnic tables.

Find More Birthday Party Ideas: Twin Cities Birthday Parties for Kids: Party in the Park

Summer Meals at Madison Park

This park historically participates in Richfield’s Summer Meals Program. This program is open to any child under the age of 18and usually runs from early June to mid-July — except Independence Day week.

Learn More: Free Summer Meals for Minnesota Kids

Summer Playground Program at Madison Park

Richfield historically offers a free, drop-in playground program at select parks, including Madison. School aged kids can show up Monday through Thursday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. for adult led activities.  There will be games, trips, crafts and food projects. Children must have completed Kindergarten to attend.

Please call ahead or check the park’s official website to confirm these programs.

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