map showing location of Burnes, west of Highway 169 and south of Highway 7 aerial view of Burnes Park shows ball field, tennis courts, and playground Burnes Park

Burnes Park


301 2nd St. N., Hopkins


7.0 acres


Winter activities

Picnics and gatherings

  • Tables
  • BBQ Grills
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic Shelters (2)
    Picnic shelters can be reserved through Joint Recreation Services from May through September, and must be reserved at least 7 days in advance. Visit to learn more.
    • Seating capacity 60 (west shelter); 50 (east shelter)
    • Electrical service (controlled by attendant)
    • Water facilities
    • Beer (no kegs) allowed at shelter with permit.


  • 75 vehicle capacity
  • Available on street and in adjacent church parking lot.

Upcoming Park System Improvements

The City will undertake several park improvements in 2016 and 2017. Parks affected include Cottageville Park, Oakes Park and Valley Park in 2016, and Burnes Park and Hilltop Park in 2017. Find out more...

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