Skate Park Rules
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A number of park rules and ordinances have been established to assure that your visit to
is a positive experience. Your cooperation in abiding by the rules will be greatly appreciated by your fellow park users.
General Park Information
Please call the Burnsville Recreation Department at 952-895-4500 with questions
Unless otherwise noted, park hours are 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
In case of emergency at any park,
Additional signs regarding rules and information may be posted at specific parks
Alcohol is prohibited in the following areas in the Burnsville Park System:
All of Black Dog Park.
All of Crystal Lake West Park (except boat launch).
Within 30 feet of youth fields and activities.
On or within 30 feet of parking lots and access roads.
Inside or on adult adult fields for all adult leagues.
All recreation buildings and warming houses (except by special permit).
All beaches and beach viewing areas.
Archery is permitted at the
Burnsville Archery Site
located at 12151 Pleasant Ave.
Shoot only from the established ring line
Wait for all archers to finish before going downrange
NEVER shoot when someone is downrange
Shoot only at established targets in your lane
Always keep your bow pointed at target
Always draw your bow with the arrow parallel to the ground
Only nock arrows at the shooting line
Shoot within your capabilities
Archers under 16 must have adult supervision
Communicate to everyone if you must search for arrows
Be courteous regarding the length of time and number of arrows you shoot
Broadhead use is restricted to your personal targets
Boating on Crystal Lake
Crystal Lake West
boat ramp address is 11 Crystal Lake Road East
Watercraft must travel in a counter-clockwise direction when going faster than 5 mph
Personal watercraft (e.g., Jet Ski) may only be operated between 9:30 a.m. and one hour before sunset
Water ski boats must have an observer
No water skiing after sunset
Observe these maximum speed limits:
9 a.m. to sunset: 40 mph
Sunset to 9 a.m.: 15 mph
Slow-No Wake Zones: 5 mph
Slow-No Wake Zones include:
Maple Island Bay
Buck Hill Bay
All areas 150 feet from shore (except for Pik Nik Island)
Glass containers are not allowed in parks. Please help keep our parks safe!
Dogs must be on leash [except in dog park]. During the warm weather months dog owners may use the outdoor ice rinks as an off-leash area, as long as the rink gate is kept closed. Please clean up after them, for it is both required by law and common courtesy!
Gated Ice Rinks at: North River Hills, Northview, Paha Sapa, Red Oak, South River Hills, Terrace Oaks East, Timberland, Vista View, Highland Forest, and Knob Hill Park.
Hitting of regular golf balls is prohibited in all parks (except Birnamwood Golf Course). Hitting of whiffle-style golf balls is allowed, but only off of a piece of carpet to protect turf damage, and with proper caution of others.
Motorized vehicles (including all-terrain vehicles, mini-bikes, motorcycles, mopeds, etc.) are not allowed anywhere in the parks except on roadways or parking lots. Furthermore, parking of motorized vehicles is not allowed on grassy areas.
Nicollet Commons Park
Nicollet Commons Park
is located in the Heart of the City near the Ames Center
Open daily from 5 a.m. - midnight
Pets must be leashed and owners must pick up after their pets
No skateboards or in-line skates
No glass containers
In case of emergency, use blue emergency phone located on parking deck or dial 9-1-1
Nicollet Commons Park Water Feature
** WARNING - NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY **
The water feature is open daily from 9 a.m. - midnight the third weekend in May through the third weekend in September, weather permitting
Children are NOT allowed to enter the water feature without the presence of and adult
Domestic animals are not allowed in or near the water feature
Children in diapers must use swim diapers or plastic pants with tight fitting elastic at the legs and waist. No disposable diapers. Diapers should be changed in public restrooms at north end of park
Persons with, or are suspected of having, a communicable disease or infection that can be transmitted through the water are prohibited from using, or working, with the water feature
Persons with exposed tissue, open blisters or cuts are warned that these areas may become infected and are advised not to use the water feature
No spitting, spouting water from the mouth or blowing nose in the water feature
No running or rough play in and around the water feature
Rocks may be slippery. Proper footware should be worn at all times
Burnsville Skate Park
is located in
Civic Center Park
The Skate Park is FREE to the general public
The park is not maintained for skating or biking during the winter months
Helmets, kneepads, elbow pads, and wrist guards are strongly recommended
Know your ability and skate with care
The park is designed for all skill levels, be courteous to skaters/bikers with different abilities
Restroom facility is located onsite
No motorized equipment is allowed
No alcoholic beverages are allowed
No smoking is allowed within 30 ft. of the park
Competitions or demonstration events are only allowed with permission from the City of Burnsville
Drinking fountains and vending services are located at either Burnsville City Hall or the Burnsville Ice Center. Both facilities are located across Civic Center Pkwy from the Skate Park
The facility is unsupervised and the user assumes all risks inherent in the use of this facility
Please respect park property and park users
The splash pad is located at
Burnsville Lions Playground
Cliff Fen Park
The splash pad is open from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily the third weekend in May through the third weekend in September, weather permitting
Have fun and be respectful of other users
Use is at your own risk – no staff on duty
No running, rough play, hanging or climbing on water features
No food, beverage or glass containers on splash pad
Pets are not allowed on splash pad or in water
Bicycles, skateboards, scooters, etc. are not allowed on splash pad
Children in diapers must wear swim diapers
Persons with infections or communicable diseases that can be transmitted through water cannot use splash pad
To activate water, touch the silver button in the center of the blue drain. Water shuts off after several minutes unless the button is pushed again
The splash pad is open to the public. However, shelters may be rented for private use. Contact Burnsville Parks & Recreation at 952-895-4500 with any equipment or shelter concerns
City of Burnsville
Minnesota 100 Civic Center Pkwy Burnsville, MN 55337
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