Adult Programs

Adult Leagues and Programs

2019 Programs

Program information and registration will be announced in March! Information on 2018 programs is listed below.

Active game of broomball

Broomball: Men's and mixed broomball for players 18 years of age and older. The men's program plays on Monday nights and the mixed program plays games on Friday nights. Broomball is played at North River Hills Park.

Curling: The Burnsville Ice Center offers classes, instructional leagues and open play times for this popular sport.

Disc GolfDisc golf is similar to regular golf; however, instead of using golf clubs you use a flying disc or a Frisbee. The Disc Golf Course is located at Red Oak Park.

Golf: Open golf and golf leagues are available at the Birnamwood Golf Course.

Hockey: Open hockey and hockey leagues are available at the Burnsville Ice Center.

Pickleball: Pickleball is a great sport for people of all ages. It is a racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. Courts lined for pickleball can be found at Colonial Park, Neill Park, North River Hills Park, Red Oak Park and Wood Park.

Sand VolleyballSummer and fall leagues are available. Played at Cliff Fen Park and Neill Park.

Slow-Pitch Softball: Burnsville offers one of the largest and best adult softball programs in Minnesota. Spring/summer and fall leagues are available. Over 370 teams play in men's, women's and mixed leagues.

Tennis: Lessons and social mixers are offered for tennis enthusiasts of all skill levels.

South of the River Recreators (S.O.R.R.)Man kicks at homplate during kickball game

The City of Burnsville partners with Apple Valley, Eagan, Lakeville, Savage, Farmington and Rosemount to offer unique opportunities for adult recreation. Activities take place in the S.O.R.R. cities. Age and residency requirements vary with each activity.

Adult S.O.R.R. recreation programs include Hockey, Kickball, Bocce Ball and a Grand Prix Racing Series. View more information on S.O.R.R. programs and registration.


Register online or call the Recreation Department at 952-895-4500. Many of these programs fill quickly so register today!

Additional Events

Discover additional upcoming events in the Recreation Times magazine or on the Recreation Department's online calendar.

Be sure to check out the recreation offerings for youth, families, and seniors.