Park hours: 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Pets must be leashed at all times. Owners must pick-up and dispose of pet waste.
Please park in the parking lot only. Do not park on the grass or drive on park trails.
Do not move park equipment, such as picnic tables and benches.
Intoxicating liquor is prohibited. Beer (cans only) and wine may be consumed in city parks in the shelter area only.
No glass containers of any type will be allowed on park property.
Fires are allowed only in designated areas and must be completely extinguished before leaving the area.
Park users are responsible for cleaning up after themselves, including clearing trash from picnic area.
See: City Code Chapter 91
- Printable Parks and Trails Map [PDF]
- Rental information for park shelters, outdoor athletic fields and other special facilities
- Current park improvements
- Park programs, including Adopt-a-Park and Park Watch
- Scott County Snowmobile Trails Map [PDF]
Regional Parks & Trails
- Horseshoe Pit
- Nature Area
- Off-Street Parking
- Picnic Shelter: Open-Air
- Picnic Shelter: Open-Air w/electricity
- Volleyball Court
This 137-acre park is Shakopee's largest. Located off County Road 101, it features natural trails, a large playground, several picnic shelters and more. View the ducks in the old mill pond, pay tribute to Shakopee’s soldiers at the Veterans Memorial or view the Native American burial mounds.
Memorial Park was founded in 1954 - Resolution establishing the park [PDF]
The park has two open-air shelters. Shelters have 10 to 12 picnic tables, capacity of approximately 150-200. If your event or picnic is in excess of 200, you may be asked to rent both shelters.
Shelter #1 has no electric. Shelter #2 has electric outlets located on a pole at the north end of shelter. You will need to furnish your own extension cords. Restrooms are located in the center of the park near the Chamber of Commerce building. Restrooms are open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on a daily basis. Find information on how to rent a picnic shelter.
Note: The pedestrian bridge crossing the Mill Pond channel in Memorial Park has been removed. The city is looking into options of replacing the bridge.