Seminole Glen Park

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Seminole Glen Park

Wisconsin

(608) 270-4288

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Things To Do

Wildlife Watching
Bird Watching
Hiking
Picnicking
RVing
Tennis
Water Sports
Winter Sports

Overview

Seminole Glen Park is a large park in the Seminole Forest Neighborhood. The park has a combination of active and natural areas. It contains about five acres each of lowland surrounded by tall grass/prairie areas, woodland, and turf grass. A paved trail network connects three entry points, providing access to the interior of the park. The trails also provide routes to the adjacent Seminole Pool and Tennis Club and Stoner Prairie School. A footpath through the woods provides additional access to the park and an opportunity for passive recreation (i.e. wildlife observation). Two wet detention ponds also exist within the park, totaling two acres. Amenities include: Play equipment; Sandbox; Paved path; Wooded walking path; Shelter; Picnic tables; Drinking fountain; Half basketball court; Ball field and Volleyball area

Map of Seminole Glen Park

Latitude, Longitude: 42.995419, -89.399763

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Phone Numbers

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(608) 270-4288

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