About the Hopkins Pavilion

Side View of the Pavilion

The Hopkins Pavilion is an arena used year-round for a multitude of activities including ice skating, broomball, soccer, lacrosse, inline skating, rugby, baseball, softball, concerts, company picnics and other community and private events.

Arena Changes

The arena changes year-round from an indoor skating rink (September-February) to indoor turf (March-May) to dry floor (June-August).

History

In 1990 the City of Hopkins used money from the 1989 park bond referendum to build the Pavilion, accommodating the growing necessities of the community and the park and recreation program.

Map & Directions to the Pavilion

Map to the Pavilion

From the North

Take 169 south to Excelsior Boulevard, go west on Excelsior about 1½ miles to 11000 Excelsior Boulevard The Pavilion is located between 11th and 17th Avenues on the north side of the road in Central Park.

From the South

Take 169 north to Excelsior Boulevard, go west on Excelsior about 1½ miles to 11000 Excelsior Boulevard The Pavilion is located between 11th and 17th Avenues on the north side of the road in Central Park.

From the West

Take Highway 7 east to 17th Avenue Go south on 17th Avenue to Excelsior Boulevard (where the road ends), go east on Excelsior and turn into the first driveway on the north side of the road, the Pavilion is the building on the right as you turn into the driveway.

From the East

Take 394 west to 169 south to Excelsior Boulevard Go west on Excelsior Boulevard about 1½ miles to 11000 Excelsior Boulevard The Pavilion is located between 11th and 17th Avenues on the north side of the road in Central Park.