38 recreation centers are open for scheduled programming; all recreation centers expected to reopen in the fall
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has been following a phased approach to reopening recreation centers this year after closing due to the pandemic. Five more recreation centers reopened this month:Â Morris, Painter, Peavey, Pershing, Van Cleve.
In total, there are currently 38 recreation centers are open with the following conditions:
- Recreation centers are only open for scheduled programs.
- Drop in visits are not allowed.
- Registration is required for all programs so that the MPRB can perform contact tracing in the case of a COVID-19 outbreak.
- Onsite registration may be available on a limited basis, but preregistration is advised.
- Masks are required for unvaccinated visitors and staff.
- Masks are encouraged for vaccinated visitors and staff.
All recreation centers are expected to return to regular hours and operation this fall. Use the link below or minneapolisparks.org/register to browse and register for scheduled programs:
Recreation Center Programs
The following recreation centers are currently open for scheduled programs:
Armatage, Bottineau, Central Gym, Creekview, East Phillips, Elliot, Farview, Folwell, Fuller, Harrison, Hiawatha School, Keewaydin, Kenwood, Lake Hiawatha, Lake Nokomis, Linden Hills, Luxton, Lyndale Farmstead, Lynnhurst, Matthews, McRae, Morris, North Commons, Northeast, Painter, Pearl, Peavey, Pershing, Phillips, Powderhorn, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Sibley, Stewart, Van Cleve, Waite, Webber, Whittier, Windom Northeast.
The following recreation centers remain closed, but are expected to return to normal hours and operation this fall:
Audubon, Brackett, Bryant Square, Corcoran, Kenny, Logan, Longfellow, Loring, Windom South.