Wisconsin Park List

Columbia Playground

Recreation Opportunities Offered at this Site: Three Full Basketball Courts; Playground; Field House; Children's Play ...

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Columbus Park

This 6.5 acre park features: a softball field, playground, and picnic ...

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Columbus Park

This 10.5 acre park features a Little League field, sledding hill (winter), a tot lot playground and wading pool and ...

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Congress Avenue Tot Lot

This half acre site has playground equipment that was installed in 2003 and primarily serves children that live within the immediate ...

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Conifer Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Playground Equipment and ...

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Connor Park

Connor Park is a 5.5-acre conservancy park in the northeastern part of the city. The park has a nature trail loop but is otherwise undeveloped. A wetland borders the park on the east. ...

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Cook Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. shelter, picnic tables, restrooms, open space, and ...

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Coon Fork Lake County Park

The campground is located on the east side of Coon Fork Lake, and is for use by registered campers and their guests. The dayside area Is located on the west side of the lake, and is open to campers and the public from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. ...

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Cooper Avenue Playground

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Cooper Park

This 8.5 acre park features a picnic area, softball field, a tot lot playground and wading pool and ...

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Coopers Hawk Park

This 1.07 acre neighborhood park features: a playground featuring slides, swings, and a climbing wall, as well as a woodchipped nature path. ...

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Copeland Park

Copeland Park was opened in 1909 and is located on the Northside of La Crosse. Copeland is well known for the train, being the Northside Oktoberfest grounds and for housing the Loggers baseball field. Outside of the Oktoberfest and the Loggers, there are many things to do there. There ...

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Copernicus Park

This 20 acre park features a basketball court, walking trails, and a tot lot ...

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Copper Culture State Park

This 48-acre park features an Indian burial ground from the Copper Culture about 6,000 years ago, the oldest cemetery site in Wisconsin. The locally owned park museum offers a detailed look at Copper Culture life and times. Also, enjoy the fifteen acre short-grass prairie or fish in the Oconto ...

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Copper Falls State Park

Ancient lava flows, deep gorges and spectacular waterfalls make Copper Falls one of Wisconsin's most scenic parks. Stone buildings from the 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) add a special charm. 2,676 acres. Features 55 campsites, 13 electric sites, winter camping, showers, a dumping station, backpack camping, handicap- accessible picnic ...

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Council Grounds State Park

Council Grounds State Park is a park with something for almost everyone. This 508-acre park along the Wisconsin River in north-central Wisconsin hosts a variety of activities and sights year round. It's in Wisconsin's Forest Transition Ecological Landscape. A 21-acre area of old-growth forest in the park is designated ...

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Country Grove Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Country Grove Park is a popular spot for soccer and Frisbee games with its nearly 20 acres of green ...

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Country Vineyard Park

This park is located in the Country Vineyard Neighborhood. In addition to active play areas, the park contains a tall grass area and a drainageway. The park has limited street access. Amenities include: Play equipment; Swings; Half basketball court; Picnic tables; and Open lawn ...

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Countryside (Tifton Woods) Park

Amenities for this 5.7 acre park include: Woodlands. ...

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County Farm Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. pavilion, restrooms, and ...

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Courthouse Park

This 3 acre park features: an ...

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Courthouse Square

Part of the Courthouse complex, this 0.42 acre park offers an open area for sitting with benches and tables. Located on the northwest corner of the block the Courthouse sits ...

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Covered Bridge Park

Amenities for this 13 acre park include: Open Space; Picnic Tables and Grills; "Red Bridge" - State Historic Marker; Off-road Parking, Fishing; Canoe access - Cedar ...

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Covered Bridge Park

Amenities for this 13 acre park include: Open Space; Picnic Tables and Grills; "Red Bridge" - State Historic Marker; Off-road Parking, Fishing; Canoe access - Cedar Creek. Cedar Creek flows through this 12 acre park, and is one of the most convenient places to access this waterway. The park ...

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Creekwood Park

This 4 acre park features Honey Creek winding through a wooded area; a short rustic (chip) trail; a play structure featuring swings, slides, bridges, and a climbing wall along with an open air shelter/gazebo. ...

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Crooked Creek Walking Trail

This limestone walking trail connects W. Forest Hill Ave. to S. 44th Street. Please Note: Surrounding lands are private. ...

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Crosswalk Park

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Cudahy Park

This 17 acre park features a basketball court, two practice fields with backstops, picnic area, walking trails, and a tot lot ...

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Cupertino Park

This 17 acre park along Lake Michigan features a fishing pier, restrooms, and segment of the Oak Leaf ...

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Currie Park

This 195 acre park features a golf course, a sledding hill (winter), a dog park, and segment of the Oak Leaf ...

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