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Neighborhood parks represent that classic offering within the park system.  Picnic areas, playgrounds, nature trails, sport fields, and courts are common throughout the park system, and serve as a natural invitation for play.  ENJOY!

 

 

                 Parks Map and Facilities Guide

 

 

 

 

~ Activity Guide ~

 

Albecker Natural Area


 

 

Barton Park (2100 Salisbury Road)


~ 2 play structures, softball diamond, Basketball court, Tennis court.

 

 

Bicentennial Park (18th Avenue & Tamarack Drive)


~ play structure, basketball, nature trails, and picnic area.

 

 

Decorah Hills Park (Highland View Drive)


~ 2 play structures, tennis, softball, basketball, nature trails, picnic

   area, drinking fountain, and parking.

 

Eisenbahn Trail


 

 

Forest View Park (Lilac Lane)


~ play structure.

 

Glacial Blue Hills Recreation Area


 

 

Grant Park (Grant Place)


~ play structure.

 

 

Kenny Park (14th Avenue & Princeton Place)


~ play structure, soccer, nature trails, picnic area, and drinking fountain.

 

 

Maplewynde Park (Maplewynde Road)


~ play structure and softball.

 

 

Muenk Park (Green Tree & Sunset Ridge)


~ play structure and basketball.

 

Old Settlers Park


 

 

Prairie Meadow (Prairie Drive & Cloverview Street)


 ~ Over 10 acres encompasses an open air shelter with electrical outlet and light, play structures including swings, merry-go-round 

     and rock climbing wall, sandlot softball field, open play field, picnic areas and a basketball court.

 

Riverfront Parkway  -  Click here for map


 

 

Royal Oaks Park  (1000 Auburn Road)


 

Rolfs Park


~ Rolfs Park encompasses over 39 acres of rolling hills along South 18th Avenue.  There are over two miles of trails throughout

    the park traversing prairie and wooded areas.  Rolfs Park is home to West Bend's dog park:  Washington County's first off leash

    dog park of 10 fenced acres.  The porous asphalt parking lot is a first for the City of West Bend as a new alternative green

    construction practice.

 

 

Silverbrook Creek Parkway (Silverbrook Drive & Walnut Street)


~ play structure.

 

 

Sunset Park (18th Avenue & Patricia Drive)


~ play structure, softball, and picnic area.

 

 

Villa Park (Squire Lane)


~ play structure, basketball, softball, soccer, nature trails, and picnic area. 

 

 

Wingate Park (Wellington Drive)


~ play structure, softball, basketball, picnic area, and drinking fountain.

 

 

Ziegler Park (Sylvan Way & Lincoln Drive)


~ 2 play structures, basketball, softball, nature trails, picnic area,

   drinking fountain, and restrooms.

 

 


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