CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES: City facilities, including City Hall, are open to the public. The Shakopee Community Center remains closed in accordance with state orders.  Find the latest updates at

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Recreation Programs

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UPDATE MAY 22: Due to precautions related to COVID-19, Parks and Recreation programs that start or take place in June have been canceled.


We will be releasing a smaller sampling of modified summer programs in a special, online-only brochure available June 15. Program registration will open June 16. Sign up for program updates at

Every year, more than 35,000 people participate in Shakopee Parks and Recreation programs, events, camps and lessons. Programs are available for four different age categories including preschool, youth, adults and older active adults. Both residents and non-residents are welcome to participate.

 A complete listing of recreation programs is included in our Shakopee Parks and Recreation Activities Brochure, which is mailed to all residents three times a year in March, August and November.

How to register

1. ONLINE at

Use your household account to register online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Pay with VISA or MasterCard. 


Registrations are accepted in person at the Community Center, 1255 Fuller St. S.


Return the Program Registration Form [PDF] to Parks and Recreation Department, 1255 Fuller St. S., Shakopee MN 55379.

Inclusion policy

The Parks and Recreation Department coordinates city efforts to ensure that all city programs, services and facilities are barrier-free for individuals with disabilities or special needs. If you have questions, please contact Recreation Coordinator Carla Kress at 952-233-9515.

New program idea?

Do you have an idea that would make a great program? Or would you like to see a new program offered? Contact us at 952-233-9500 or to share your idea.

Evaluate our programs

Fill out our program evaluation form to provide valuable feedback on Shakopee Parks and Recreation programs.

Weather hotline

Call 952-233-9502 to find out if inclement weather is impacting a scheduled program, class or event.