Parks & Recreation

  1. Snowglobe on a bed of snow. Inside the snowglobe is a small statue of a polar bear and text written

    Experience Polar Fest! New Winter Festival Feb. 8

    Baby, it’s cold outside – but that’s no excuse to stay cooped up indoors. Polar Fest will include outdoor fun for everyone, including carriage rides, food trucks, sledding, skating, hockey and softball games, snow painting and more. Admission is FREE! Additional Info...
  2. Illustration of hibiscus flowers and leaves. Text: Leap Year Luau

    Leap Year Luau - NEW!

    It’s tiki time! This fun event for folks 62 and older will feature musical entertainment from Coconut Katie & Kevin, luau-themed appetizers and dessert, and Hawaiian themed games! Register Now...
  3. Girl skating on outdoor rink. Text: Outdoor Skating Rink Status

    Ice Rinks & Warming Houses Open for the Season!

    Outdoor ice rinks are open for the season. Rinks will operate regularly scheduled hours, except during the holidays and in the case of inclement weather. Rink Hours and Information...
  4. Three people ski on snow-covered trails. Text: Cross Country Ski Trails Open

    Cross Country Ski Trails Open

    Burnsville's cross country ski trails are open for the season. Trails are being groomed, but conditions are weather dependent. Check Current Trail Conditions...
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