Fall 2022 Parks and Recreation Activities Brochure
OFF-LEASH DOG PARK | 7107 SOUTHBRIDGE PARKWAY Hours: 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., daily, year-round ■ 10-acre all-breed park area ■ .5-acre area for small-breed dogs only. This area is limited to dogs no taller than 13" at the shoulder that weigh no more than 25 pounds. ■ Water station ■ Trails The fee to use the dog park is included in the City of Shakopee Dog License. Please make sure your dog is properly licensed and review the rules and regulations before visiting the park. Visit www.ShakopeeMN.gov/dogpark for more information. ARCHERY RANGE & BOAT LAUNCH | 5981 HWY. 101 Hours: Sunrise to Sunset Fee: Free of charge The archery range is a place where adults, youth and families can learn, practice and perfect the sport of archery. To access, continue past the boat launch parking lot on the east side of Hwy. 101. Follow gravel road west under 101 and the pedestrian bridges. The Archery Range features: ■ Approximately 10 targets placed at varying distances that are for field point use only. ■ Archers may bring their own targets to use in the designated broadhead area, where palleted sod is often used as a backdrop. ■ Features a shelter, picnic tables, bow hangers, arrow holders and an available portable restroom. ■ Please follow posted rules and guidelines. The Minnesota River Valley Chapter of the Minnesota Deer Hunter’s Association (MDHA) is a partner in helping tomaintain and enhance this city park through volunteer efforts and fundraising. MDHA members volunteer time and materials to assist with mowing, target stands, targets and larger projects such as installing a shelter. Collectively, the efforts and amenities make the archery park a can’t miss! XCEL ENERGY MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK AT QUARRY LAKE PARK | 6201 INNOVATION BLVD. Hours: 6 a.m.–10 p.m. ■ Open to cyclists and snowshoers ■ The trail is closed while it is raining, or if tires leave tracks or ruts after rainfall events
Southbridge Dog Park
The Minnesota River Boat Launch features a modern ramp, dedicated parking and handicapped-accessible parking. This is a joint project with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Fish andWildlife Service, the Lower Minnesota River Watershed District and the city.
Chicken foot feature at Xcel EnergyMountain Bike Park
TRAILS Shakopee has a networked system of nearly 1,040 acres of parks and open space that include active, passive, developed and undeveloped park area, as well as more than 79 miles of trails .
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