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For a map showing the location of all parks in the county, click here.
St. Martin Heritage Park
N3298 Cty T
This 6.5 acre park was formally a church but now open to the public and is used for family reunions, community and corporate events. The park can also be used for private ceremonies.
Brillion Wildlife Area and Nature Center
W1135 Deer View Road
6 miles of trails give hikers a chance to view wildlife in marsh, pond, forest, and prairie habitats. Trails are open from 7am to sunset. A boardwalk trail leads to a large viewing platform that extends out into the marsh. From the platform, watch for ducks, sandhill cranes, herons, and nesting osprey. Aquatic insects and frogs can be found in Jason's Pond. Wisconsin fish, reptiles, and amphibians can be viewed inside the nature center. A restored prairie is home to over 50 species of wildflowers.
The Nature Center is open to the public on selected days, so please check the website for details.
High Cliff State Park
N7630 State Park Road
High Cliff is situated on the northeast shore of Lake Winnebago, where the Niagara Escarpment and the lakeshore intersect. The park includes a campground, marina and boat launch, historic sites, observation tower, pavilion, a museum and concession stand, a beach, 8.5 miles of hiking/biking trails, and a 40-foot observation tower. Field trips to the park for groups are also available. Park stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00. For more information about the park, click here for the Friends of High Cliff State Park website.
Becker Lake County Park
South of Brillion
Calumet County owns the southwest corner of land adjoining Becker’s Lake. It is still in the early stages of development. A new access road and parking lot were constructed in 2003. Future attractions will include prairie plantings throughout the park and restored wildlife habitats. The park can be found by following Cty Hwy PP South out of Brillion and turn east on Cty Hwy JJ. Becker Lake is about 1.5 miles on Cty Hwy JJ.
Calumet County Park
N6150 Cty EE
(920) 849-1494 or 439-1008
Calumet County Park provides access to two of the county's most marvelous natural features, Lake Winnebago and the Niagara Escarpment. This 200 acre park has a campground, marina and boat launch, and concession building. In addition, there are 5 miles of hiking/mountain biking trails, a large playground area, a snow tubing/sledding hill, and historic Indian effigy mounds and pre-Civil War brick yard. The park is home to many running and biking events.
Ledge View Nature Center
W2348 Short Road
Ledge View Nature Center sits atop an outcropping of the Niagara dolostone, with a commanding view of the rural countryside. Enjoy quiet hiking trails through field and forest, climb a 60-foot observation tower, escape summer heat with a guided visit to the cool depths of natural caves, study plants and insects in the library, arboretum, and gardens, or sedimentary geology in the quarry, or challenge yourself with interactive exhibits on lake sturgeon, Wisconsin bats, the Niagara Escarpment, and birds. The nature center is open daily year-round (except major holidays), staffed by three county naturalists. Hiking trails are groomed for cross-country skiing in winter, and snowshoes can be rented for in-park use with adequate snowcover. Call or check website for cave and other tour schedules. Located at W2348 Short Road, south of Chilton (off Hwy 32/57). The annual Tower to Tower Bike Ride uses the park for its starting point.
For more information on the caves at Ledge View, please visit the Cave Exploration page of this web site.
(920) 849-1494 or 439-1008
This park is on the east shore of Lake Winnebago and is considered the “premiere” boat launch on the Lake. In addition to great boating access, spectacular sunsets are included on any clear evening. A foot bridge leads to a large picnic area. The park is home to the annual Harbor Fest every June. Follow Cty Hwy E west to the Lake.
American Legion Park
Baseball diamond, sand volleyball court, playground equipment, pavilion, restrooms. Available for private parties, call the Village of Sherwood at (920) 989-1589. Located at W489 Chilton Road, Sherwood.
Barker Farms Park
Buildings within Civic Park include a pavilion, a round stand (with refrigerator), a stand for frying brats and burgers, a large open refreshment stand, and an open bandstand. Civic Park has some of the oldest trees in the city growing within its boundaries. The pavilion and the large open refreshment stand are available to be rented for group gatherings and family activities. Open refreshment stand $15, pavilion $25. $50 security deposit refundable upon inspection of park facilities. $5 refundable deposit for volleyball and horseshoe equipment. Electricity available. Capacity: 310. No pets allowed. Located on Park Avenue.
Big Rock Park
Playground and picnic facilities.
Brillion Park Rentals
Resident $30, Non-Resident $45, Resident Profit $55, Non-Resident Profit $70, Resident Non-Profit $40, Non-Resident Non-Profit $40. Call the Brillion Community Center at 756-3216 for details and availability.
Chilton Park Rentals
Park Rentals can be made by calling City Hall at 849-2451. Fees for all the parks are the same: $15 for City resident, plus $25 security deposit and $10 for equipment (volleyball & horseshoes if requested). Non Resident fees: $20, plus $40 security deposit and $15 for play equipment, if requested. Security deposit is returned if park is cleaned up after use.
Two baseball diamonds, sand volleyball court, playground equipment, pavilion, several concession buildings, restrooms, electricity. Located at North 8th Street.
Clover Ridge Park
Corner of Clover Ridge Trail
Small wooded community park at the end of Clover Ridge Trail. Beautiful park with a growth of Hickory trees. Picnic area and playground equipment. No restrooms.
Darboy Community Park
Intended for the use of Town of Harrison/Town of Buchanan residents. Located at the intersection of Midway and Noe Roads, behind Sunrise School. Seventeen acre park with large wooded area with campfire site, ice rink and shelter, walking path, soccer fields, playground equipment, two ball fields, picnic ares, and handicap assessible restrooms. The shelter can be rented for $25 by residents and $50 for non-residents.
Fire Fighters Park
Baseball diamond, basketball court, playground equipment, restrooms, concessions buildings, electricity. On Cty Hwy PP, next to Kasper Building Supply.
Playground equipment, 2 baseball/softball diamonds, basketball court, 2 tennis courts, 2 sand volleyball courts, restrooms, pavilion, and 3 concession buildings with electric. Available for rent for private parties by phoning Sue Lisowe at (920) 439-1576.
Park is located on the east shore of Lake Winnebago. Rock beach, picnic tables, grill, and portable toilet for changing room.
Freitag Memorial Park
Church Street (behind the Outer Limits Youth Outreach)
Enjoy nine holes of disk golf and playground equipment. There is a park shelter, picnic tables and a wooded area. For questions about the park contact Eileen Rueden at (920) 989-2238.
Funke Field has a full-size football field, full-size baseball field, a regulation size softball field, and a tee ball field. There also are two tennis courts as well as a very fine horseshoe court where team competition is carried on every summer. Located north of the New Holstein Elementary School.
Gosz Memorial Park
Green space on Pigeon Road between Blue Heron Court and Nature's Way Drive.
Green Meadows Park
65 Pheasant Court
5.6 acre neighborhood park with a baseball/softball field, two tennis courts, an ice skating rink, playground equipment (ADA accessible), picnic pavilion, restrooms, and drinking water.
Harrison Athletic Park
Two baseball diamonds, tennis, volleyball, basketball courts, pavilion, and restrooms. Located at W5298 Hwy 114, behind the Harrison Town Hall.
Four lighted tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, baseball diamond, playground equipment, shelter building with restrooms, picnic facilities. Located in the south-central portion of Brillion, on the corner of S. Main Street and Fairway Drive.
Hobart Park has an open shelter, restroom facilities and a variety of playground equipment. Available for rent. Located off of W. Chestnut Street, near the Fairgrounds.
600 E. Roeland Avenue
11.6 acre neighborhood park with two baseball/softball fields, a soccer field, playground equipment (ADA accessible), picnic pavilion, restrooms, and drinking water.
This 19 acre park is the largest in Brillion. It features a baseball diamond, sheltered picnic area, an enclosed shelter with serving windows, an open-air amphitheater, restrooms, a small pond, and a lighted paved walkway that extends throughout the park. Available for private parties and events. Located in the northeast part of the city, adjacent to Brillion Iron Works.
Kiwanis Park is the largest of all the New Holstein City Parks. The park features a pool, playground equipment, two baseball diamonds, two tennis courts, two soccer fields, a basketball court, an ice skating rink, lighted paved walking paths, picnic areas, horseshoe courts, shuffle board courts, two octagon shelter buildings, two open shelters, and three footbridges over Jordan Creek. There is a Nature Center located on the northeast corner of Hickory Lane and Madison Street with 2.7 acres of wooded land and wide walking trails. Another attraction at Kiwanis Park is Langenfeld Pond, which has a handicap accessible fishing dock and is stocked with trout and bluegills. The Community Center is also located at Kiwanis Park. Octagon shelter buildings available for rent: $15/building, electricity available. Call (920) 898-5766. $5 refundable deposit for volleyball and shuffleboard equipment. Swimming pool is open from 1-5 pm and 6-8 pm daily, weather permitting, with lifeguards on duty. Daily fee for pool is $4 (or $2 for evening only). Season passes available. Pets allowed only on walking paths, parking lots, and entrance roads (must be leashed). Located on Hickory Lane.
Klinkner Park has a new shelter and restroom facilities along with a variety of playground equipment. Electricity is available at the open shelter. Available for rent. Located off of Memorial Drive.
Has restroom facilities and serves as a warming shack during the winter ice skating season and scenic sitting area during the summer. Located at 139 W. Main Street.
A great park for families and young children. Playground equipment and a basketball court. The “Carl Busse” octagon open shelter has fryers and picnic tables. The west side has a building with restroom facilities. Between Hoover and Coolidge Streets, north of Jordan Avenue.
Historic Market Square is the area where business was transacted by the first settlers who established the City of New Holstein. The Park is just starting to take shape after the Main Street area has been reworked. Today Market Square Park has a new rail fence, some nice trees, and a new lawn. This Park is used for Brat Frys by most of the service clubs and other organizations in the New Holstein area. From Wisconsin Avenue, turn north on Main Street.
Has a shelter and restroom facilities and a variety of playground equipment. Shelter can accommodate approx. 40 persons and has electricity. Available for rent. Located at 224 Dove Avenue.
New Holstein City View Nature Center
Purchased in 2001, this is the future site of a Nature Study Center. It is envisioned as an area where families can view and appreciate nature and where students can learn about the outdoors. A plan for this land has been created, and progress has begun on the Nature Center (fall of 2004). Between Memorial Park and Kiwanis Park.
Old Boat Landing
Public access to Lake Winnebago. A nice place to picnic, land small water craft, and snowmobile. Minimum amount of parking. Located off of State Park Road.
Sled hill, chalet building with kitchen facilities and a stone fireplace, and, a beautiful landscaped terrace. The sled hill is great for sledding and tubing. The chalet building is available for use by residents, companies, civic groups from the City of New Holstein only. Rental and deposit fees required. Reservations must be made at least 10 days in advance with the City Clerk. On Honeymoon Hill (Mason Street), just east of the water tower.
Peters Park Athletic Field
Lighted softball diamond, lighted basketball court, two lighted sand volleyball courts, soccer field, playground equipment, concession stand, and restrooms. Available for private parties and events. Located in the west-central part of Brillion, adjacent to the Brillion High School football and track area. Located in the west-central part of Brillion, adjacent to the Brillion High School football and track area.
Reineck Memorial Woods
A nature study/wooded area donated to the City of New Holstein in 1997 by Margaret Reineck in order to preserve its natural state. The property fronts on Fur Farm Road, one mile south of the City of New Holstein.
A scenic sitting/resting park along the river. This park also has new playground equipment. Located at 139 E. Grand Street.
Schneider Memorial Park
Green space on the corner of Springhill Drive and Sundown Court.
South Park is a half-acre tract of green space that lies along Spring Creek. Located at the corner of Horn and S. Main Street.
This village park is located at the end of Sunset Beach Road and has a pier, swimming area (rocks then a sand bar), picnic area with grills, and is handicap accessible.
Soccer fields, baseball diamond, pavilion, restrooms. To reserve the park, call the Village of Sherwood at (920) 989-1589. Located at W4690 Castle Drive, Sherwood.
1815 S. Schaefer Circle
8.7 acre neighborhood park with a baseball/softball field, playground equipment (ADA accessible), and picnic pavilion.
The trail to the Red Bird memorial at High Cliff State Park, Sherwood.
The beach at High Cliff State Park, Sherwood.
The sunset over Lake Winnebago as viewed from Calumet County Park, Stockbridge.
Sunset at High Cliff. Photo by Richard Mayefske.
Peters Park, Brillion.
St. Martin Heritage Park
The hiking trails at High Cliff State Park.
Having fun at St. Martin Heritage Park!
View of Lake Winnebago as seen from the tower at High Cliff State Park, Sherwood.
The Butterfly Pond in Sherwood. Photo by Pam Dercks.
Rock formations known as the "Niagara Escarpment" at High Cliff State Park, Sherwood.
Lookout Tower at High Cliff State Park, Sherwood.
The limekiln ruins at High Cliff State Park, Sherwood.
Calumet County Park, Stockbridge.