The Village of Mukwonago park and open space system consists of 526.20 total acres of public park land and special use areas, including public school facilities, under the control of the Village. The system includes a full range of developed facilities including neighborhood parks, community parks and special use areas located throughout the Village, as well as a wealth of preserved environmental corridor and natural area sites. The existing facilities serve most of the community's needs well at this time; however, additional neighborhood and mini parks will be needed as areas throughout the Village continue to grow.
Park availabilities posted on this page are for information purposes only, and are subject to change. To confirm specific reservations, please contact the Village Clerk's Office.
Field Park, located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Highways 83 and NN, is the most widely used park in the Village of Mukwonago.
Highlighted by a 3,000 square feet pavilion, which includes a full kitchen, a baseball diamond and an encompassing walking path surrounded by many large oak trees, it is home to such events as Maxwell Street Days, Mukwonago Summerfeste and Croatian Day Picnic. A newly constructed 800 square feet open pavilion located near the children's play area provides shelter from the sun and rain as well as provides relaxation for those enjoying the park. The pavilion is host to many family, friends and business picnics throughout the summer.
The park and pavilion may be rented out on a first-come-first-serve basis starting January 1 of each year. For the latest rates and application for renting Field Park, click here.
Miniwaukan Park, located at the end of McKenzie Road behind the Mukwonago Industrial Park and Meadow Park Estates Subdivision, is mostly used by youth sports organizations such as Mukwonago Area Soccer Club (MASC) and Mukwonago Braves Football.
Miniwaukan Park features one football field, six soccer fields, six baseball fields, a frisbee-golf course, and a newly launched Born Learning Trail. For information the frisbee golf course and leagues, please call Paul or Mike Ellery, (262) 968-4114. For the latest rates and application for renting Miniwaukan Park, click here.
Minor Park, located along Highway LO just east of Highway I, is home to the Mukwonago Women's Softball League. Two softball diamonds and a wooded picnic area with a small open shelter make up Minor Park. Beautiful oak trees and landscape draw many photographers to the park for wedding and class photos.
For the latest rates and application for renting Minor Park, click here.
Indianhead Park is located on CTH ES adjacent to Phantom Lake and to the north of the Village Hall.
The park lies along the Mukwonago River, and it features a small, open pavilion, a beach and plenty of open space for frisbee and other sports. A newly constructed walking path cuts across the park for easy access to the Village Hall from Front Street. Large oak trees provide shade for those who just want to sit and relax and fish the river.
For the latest rates and application for renting Indianhead Park, click here.
Phantom Glen Park is located at the end of Andrews Street along Phantom Lake.
This small, quaint park consists of an open shelter with electricity and is ideal for a small, intimate gathering of friends and family.
For the latest rates and application for renting Phantom Glen Park, click here.
Washington Avenue Park is located in the block bordered by Park avenue to the North, Washington Avenue to the South, Franklin Street to the West and Division Street to the East, directly next to the Mukwonago Community Library.
The park consists of a basketball court and a baseball diamond, as well as plenty of open space for throwing around the frisbee and other recreational activities.
All Village parks are rented on a first-come-first-serve basis and can only be rented during the current year. To find the availability of a specific park and to place a reservation, please call the Clerk's Office at (262) 363-6420.