The City of Shorewood has six parks totaling approximately 100 acres. Shorewood residents enjoy the beauty of open space and wetlands and active recreation in over 101 acres of parkland. Everyone can enjoy the Lake Minnetonka LRT trail which runs through Shorewood and stretches from Hopkins to Victoria. Our parks offer picnic areas, playground equipment, tennis courts, ball fields, basketball courts, volleyball courts, walking trails and ice skating rinks.
Outdoor Ice Rinks & Warming Houses
Outdoor skating season is generally late December to mid February, or as weather permits. Schedules are subject to change based on weather and safe ice conditions.
26655 W 62nd
Hockey and free skate rink
20630 Manor Rd
Free skate rink on the pond
Badger Park - 5745 Country Club Rd,
Cathcart Park - 26655 W. 62nd Street
Christmas Lake Public Access - Minnesota DNR, Access regulations
Crescent Beach - Birch Bluff Rd
Gideon Glen - 5620 County Road 19
Manor Park - 20630 Manor Road
Silverwood Park - 5755 Covington Road
South Shore Community Park - 5355 St. Alban's Bay Road
All Shorewood playgrounds are compliant with the Americans With Disability Act (ADA) rules that were in place when the playground was initially installed. As playgrounds are rehabbed or reconstructed they are designed to today's ADA standards. This means that the playground surface materials are updated to be wheelchair accessible, the physical design of the structure is compliant, and adaptive or inclusive play equipment are added in each park.
- Manor Park was constructed in 2013 as a wheelchair-accessible play structure and the appropriate wheelchair-accessible surfacing connects the paths with the adaptive/inclusive swings.
- Badger Park was upgraded in 2019-2020. In addition to the new ADA-compliant play structure, restrooms, and trails, it also includes poured-in-place rubber surfacing, adaptive swings, and a merry-go-all.
- Silverwood Park was upgraded in 2021-2022 and includes accessible sidewalk connections between the parking area, play structure, and adaptive/inclusive swings. The City also added musical toys in and around the ADA-compliant play structure and new wheelchair-accessible surfacing. The exception in Silverwood is that approaches to the hillside slides are not ADA accessible as they are built into the existing slopes.
Organics drop-offs for residents
Two parks, Freeman Park and South Shore Community Park have resident organic drop-off carts available to all Shorewood residents! The drop sites are free, but registration will be required to get the lock combination and organics recycling instructions. Call City Hall at 952.960.7900 or email us at email@example.com to sign up!
Snap pictures of wildlife, friends and family, amenities, or whatever you want in Shorewood Parks! Include a hashtag with the name of the park and #ShorewoodParks when you post on social media so we can follow the fun in all of our parks!
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