Facilities

Minnetonka Arts CenterMinnetonka Arts Center on 7 [MAP]

This facility was renovated in 2009 and has a 680-seat proscenium theater with rehearsal rooms for choirs, bands and orchestras. The facility is located near the main entrance of Minnetonka High School.

A black box theater is also on the high school campus. This performance space has seating for 240 people. Enter through the west or "Tonka Center" entrance to access this space.


Einer Anderson Stadium
Einer Anderson Stadium

The stadium was updated to a turf field and a dome was purchased for year-round use of the field in 2004. The dome covers the field between the months of November and March. The facility is located on the south side of the Minnetonka High School campus.


Pagel Activity Center
Pagel Activity Center [MAP]
This facility was built in 2001, directly behind the Minnetonka High School campus. The facility includes a weight room, running track and a hockey rink. The Pagel Activity Center is located on the south side of the Minnetonka High School campus.

MHS Gymnasiums
MHS Gymnasiums

There are four gymnasiums on the Minnetonka High School campus:

  • West Gym: This gym was built in 1999 and is the main gym at Minnetonka High School with bleacher seating for 2,076 spectators. This is the largest gym in the District. Enter through the west or "Tonka Center" entrance to access this gym.
  • East Gym: This gym was renovated in 2008 and has a full basketball court and seating for 1,220 spectators. Enter through the main entrance to access this gym.
  • Back Gym: This gym was renovated in 2008 and has a full basketball court and bleacher seating for 129. Enter through the west or "Tonka Center" entrance to access this gym.
  • Middle Gym: This gym is home to Minnetonka Gymnastics. Enter through the west or "Tonka Center" entrance to access this gym.

Veterans Field
Veterans Field
Veterans Field opened in May 2007 and is a 600-seat baseball stadium in the spring and summer months and is converted to a football practice complex in the fall. It has an artificial turf field and has lights for evening use.

Tonka Dome

Tonka Dome
The dome is placed over Minnetonka High School's turfed football field each year between November and March. The dome is paid for completely by rental fees and does not require any tax dollars for its operation.

The dome is available for rentals between 5-10 p.m., on school days and between 7 a.m.-10 p.m. on non-school days. Contact Dave Nelson for more information.

Minnetonka Aquatics Center
Minnetonka Aquatics Center
The Minnetonka Aquatic Center was built in 2009 and is located on the campus of Minnetonka Middle School East. It is a competitive and recreational swimming and diving facility.

Competition Pool

  • Seven-foot diving depth at starting end and 3.5-foot depth at turning-end– creating less water resistance
  • State of the art filtration– many small water jets rather than fewer large jets produce less current in the pool
  • Eight swim lanes with nine lane lines– a small, unused lane running along both sides of the pool reduces backsplash for swimmers in the outer lanes

Other Pool Information

  • A separate competition-standard diving well with two diving boards, three extra starting blocks and three short lanes for starting block practice
  • Bleacher seating for 370 and swimmers’ balcony for 150

Legacy Fields
Legacy Fields
Legacy Fields opened in May 2008 and is a four-field softball complex directly behind Veterans Field. Both fields are located on the southwest side of the Minnetonka High School campus.