The City of Shakopee offers recreational opportunities and programs for residents of all ages and abilities.
From dance, Kids In Developmental Sports to field trips, we offer a wide variety of programs for
Programs and activities for YOUTH are scheduled throughout the year, including crafts, gym activities, trips and special events. See the most recent Parks & Rec. brochure for a schedule. Summer is the busiest time of year for youth programs, with popular offerings including T-ball, Near-ball, Adventures in Summer, one-day events, camps, dance, golf, lacrosse, swimming lessons and soccer.
For resident and individuals who work in Shakopee, there are a variety of ADULT sports opportunities provided in safe, fun, competitive and recreational leagues. See the most recent Parks & Rec. brochure for a schedule. Leagues are offered during three of the four Minnesota seasons: winter, summer and fall. Throughout these seasons many different sports are available for participants. The leagues offered are basketball, volleyball (co-rec and women’s), softball and kickball. Teams can sign up for leagues or individuals may be added to an available players list. This list is a great way to play if you are new to the area and want to get involved in the sports programs that the City offers.
We offer several programs for OLDER ADULTS, including: card groups, exercise classes, dances, day trips, dining and more! See the most recent Parks & Rec. brochure for a schedule. We also offer a newsletter of all Senior activities to anyone interested. To receive the newsletter, please call us at 952-233-9500 or mail your name, addres, and phone number to: Shakopee Parks and Recreation , Senior-Activities, 1255 Fuller St. S., Shakopee, MN 55379.
The Parks and Recreation Program Brochure, which lists all classes, lessons, trips and programs offered for the season, is mailed to Shakopee residents and the Shakopee School District three times a year. Click on the link above for the online version.
The City of Shakopee partners with 10 different youth athletic associations in order to bring kids the opportunity to participate in a range of team sports, including baseball, softball, basketball and hockey. Click on the link above for a complete list and contact information.
Do you have an idea that would make a great program? Or would you like to see a new program offered? If you do, don’t be afraid to let us know about it. Please contact the Shakopee Parks, Recreation and Natural Resource Department at (952) 233-9500 or firstname.lastname@example.org to share your idea. Who knows - your idea could become the newest craze in the community!
Call (952) 233-9502 to find out if inclement weather is impacting a scheduled program, class or event.