Parks Department


Parks Maintenance
The Parks Department maintains over 67 city parks and 32 miles of path / trail system. Most of the upgrades and additional developments of the parks are done by the parks staff.  Maintenance tasks include:
  • All turf and seed upkeep
  • Ball infields
  • Blacktop repair
  • Buildings and shelters
  • Ice rinks
  • Irrigation systems
  • Landscaping, trees and plantings
  • Lighting and electrical
  • Painting
  • Playground and play structures
  • Trail sign installs
  • Trash and litter control
  • Various construction projects
  • Wood and metal fabrication

Work Area Information
 Crews are frequently working on or near roadways. Please use caution when driving through work areas.

City Parks


The parks map (PDF) shows locations and features of each park, along with the trail system. The city has 5 major parks/facilities which offer many events and amenities each season.  Our parks are:
  • Andover Station North Park
  • Kelsey Round Lake Park
  • Prairie Knoll Park
  • Sunshine Park
  • Pine Hills North
Coming soon: Parks Facilities List

Nature Preserves Sites

Bunker Hills Regional Park​ - Dog Park

Anoka County has partnered with the cities of Coon Rapids and Andover on the construction
of a Dog Park at Bunker Hills Regional Park. Located off 133rd Avenue near the existing
compost site, the 6.5 acre dog park has a separated small dog area, an open play area and
a short trail for those that want to walk with their dog.

For a list of all city parks and info about each park, visit the Anoka County website and select parks, then choose Andover for the city search.

Skate Board Park
Andover has a new Skate Board Park located on the west side of Sunshine Park off Crosstown Boulevard. The facility includes a concrete pad and several pieces of equipment for skate boarders such as ramps, rails, etc. 

Adopt-A-Park
Did you know the City of Andover has an Adopt-A-Park program?  The program allows community groups or an individual to adopt a park of their choice to keep litter-free for a 2 year commitment.  The park clean-up takes place 2 times per year, once in the spring and again in the fall.  If you agree to a 2 year commitment, a sign will be placed in the park recognizing your group's contributions to the city's park system.  If you are interested in adopting a park or would like more information, feel free to contact Todd Haas, Parks Coordinator at 763-767-5131.

Ice Rinks


The city Parks Department maintains 12 sheets of ice in the winter season. Of those sheets, 4 of the ice rinks have warming houses.  The rinks that have warming houses are:
  • City Hall Complex Outdoor Rink
  • Crooked Lake Elementary School
  • Hawkridge Park
  • Prairie Knoll Park
Lights for rinks are on timers from 4:30pm - 9:00pm.  
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COVID-19 Ice Rink Changes

All warming houses are currently closed. Indoor facilities at outdoor recreations sites are not allowed to be open under current state regulations. Additional benches and portable toilets are available near ice rinks. When using the ice rinks please stay at least six feet away from anyone not from your household. Please wear a face mask when using the ice rinks.

Listed below are park ice rinks that will be maintained by the Public Works Parks Department throughout the skating season.  


Park

Location  Warming 
House
Hockey  
Rink
Skating Rink

Prairie Knoll

595 - 146th Lane

X

X

X

Crooked Lake School

2939 Bunker Lake Boulevard

X

X

X

Hawkridge

18001 Verdin Street

X

X

X

City Complex East/West

1885 Crosstown Blvd

X

X/X

X

Nordeen’s

15535 Juniper Street

X

Hidden Creek North

2620 Bunker Lake Boulevard

X

Hidden Creek East

2156 - 135th Lane

X

SLIDING HILLS

Andover Station North

1823 - 139th Lane

Lights/No Warming House

Prairie Knoll Park

595 - 146th Lane

Lights/With Warming House

Pine Hills North

3535 161st Avenue

No Lights/No Warming House