Whether a vigorous hike over challenging terrain or a brisk stroll on a nature trail, there’s nothing like the lush beauty of Sheboygan County parks. From a day on sandy beach dunes lapped by sparkling waves to a scenic drive through the Kettle Moraine Forest, a relaxing picnic far away from the pressures of everyday life is the perfect cure. Ice Age Trails, Indian mound burial grounds, wetland plant and wildlife and bountiful river fishing reignite that creative spark of curiosity and playfulness.
To reserve parks in the City of Sheboygan, please call (920) 459-3366.Deland Park 715 Broughton Dr.
Centrally located on the shores of Lake Michigan. Enjoy sandy beaches, ample green space and play areas, boat ramps, fish-cleaning station, pavilions and the Lakefront Trail. Restrooms available. For pavilion rental information click here.Evergreen Park 3000 Calumet Dr.
Tree canopies and cool shade make this a perfect picnic spot. Excellent trails for biking and cross-county skiing. Restrooms available. For shelter and picnic area rental information click here.General King Park 1601 S. Seventh St.
More than a mile of sandy white beach and spectacular blue waters, a beautiful view of the lighthouse and South Pier. A favorite beach-side wedding venue. Children’s playground, and restrooms available. For pavilion rental information click here.Fountain Park 100 Block of N. 8th St.
For more than 100 years, the park’s mineral fountains have attracted people for their supposed healing qualities. Site of the summer Twilight Concert Series and a Civil War memorial. For Fountain Park band shell rental information click here.Indian Mound Park Panther Ave. & S. 9th St.
Open Mound Exhibit includes artifacts, replica skeletal materials and 18 animal and geometric effigy burial grounds. Self-guided tour and a boardwalk nature trail through the wetlands.Kohler-Andrae State Park 1020 Beach Park Ln.
Two miles of beach on Lake Michigan. Cordwalk trails, picnic areas, campsites and nature center. State park vehicle sticker required.Jaycee Quarry Park 3401 Calumet Dr.
Picnic areas and shelter, 18-hole disc-golf course, hiking trails, fishing and sunbathing.Quarry Beach 3401 Calumet Dr.
Sheboygan’s Warm Water Beach.. watersports and Sportspark.Kiwanis Park 726 N. 17th St.
Located along the Sheboygan River, fishing and boat launches, three baseball diamonds, horseshoe pits, skate park, sledding hill, playground, picnic area, shelter and tennis courts. For Fieldhouse rental information click here.Lakeview Park Lake Shore Dr.
Picnic shelter and a network of trails running through woods overlooking Lake Michigan. For picnic shelter rental information click here.Ellwood H. May Environmental Park 3615 Mueller Rd.
Located on Sheboygan’s northwest side, gifted to the City in 1974 and now home to a 120-acre public park. Maywood is open daily year-round; the Ecology Center and trails are free for public use.Sheboygan Dog Park South 18th St. & North of Weeden Creek Rd.
The only public, fully fenced dog park in Sheboygan County. Ten-acre facility for exercising, training and socializing dogs in a safe park-like setting. Open year round.Vollrath Park 2001 N. 3rd St.
Located on the city’s northeast side on the shores of Lake Michigan. 1930s natural amphitheater, 18-hole disc-golf course, picnic and play area, tennis and sledding. For picnic shelter rental information click here.Workers Water St. Park Water St., along the Sheboygan River
Water features for kids, playground and urban bicycle trail.
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Two-acre park with picnic facilities, fishing areas and recreational trails.Bishop Street The end of Bishop St.
Playground equipment and a picnic area.City Park Between Grove St. & Suhrke Rd.
Municipal outdoor swimming pool and water slide, restrooms, tennis courts, basketball court, volleyball court, playground equipment, picnic shelters, picnic tables and grills.Henry H. Huson Park Collins St.
This 2.4 acre-park overlooks the Mullet River. Bench seating adjacent to the recreational trails with foot-bridge over the river into downtown.Lions Park Highland Ave. & Valley Rd.
This 6.7 acre-park includes Ozzie Pick Field (a lighted youth baseball field with covered stands, concession stand, bathrooms) and soccer field.Lone Oak Park Valley Rd.
This 8.5 acre-park includes a flying disc golf course.H.M. Meyers Nature Park End of Daleview Dr.
Nature preserve and park with fishing, hiking, Mullet River, Meyer’s Pond and playground equipment.Roosevelt-Nutt Park Located at the end of West Main Street
Ten-acre site with nature trails featuring educational stops winding through the woods.Utility Park South Milwaukee St., South of Mill St.
This 2-acre park includes two lighted tennis courts and a footbridge crossing the Mullet River.
For information about reserving parks in the City of Sheboygan Falls click here.
Three-quarter-acre park offers a grassy area with picnic tables and a spectacular view of the falls on the Sheboygan River.River Park Corner of Leavens Ave. & 1st St.
Ten-acre park on the Sheboygan River with two shelters, restroom facilities, tennis courts, lighted baseball diamond, picnic area with grills and playground equipment.Rochester Park Located at the end of Hickory St.
Ten-acre park with lighted baseball diamond, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball court, basketball court, shelter with restroom facilities, picnic area with grills, playground equipment and sledding hills.Settler’s Park In Historic Downtown Sheboygan Falls
Nestled on the banks of the Sheboygan River, this park offers walking paths and scenic overlook.
Beautiful 30,000-acre state park boasts the absolute best fall colors drive around. Amenities include driving tours, camping, canoeing, boating, hiking, naturalist programs, nature and wildlife viewing, observation tower, off-road biking, picnic areas, shelters and swimming. Pet friendly. State park sticker required. Ice Age Visitor Center Open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekends. (920) 533-8322Broughton Marsh Park Located off County Hwy. J, Elkhart Lake
Boasting the tallest wooden tower in Wisconsin, the 80-foot high, Marsh Tower observation deck overlooks 13,000 acres. The park provides many activities for the nature enthusiast. Amenities include campsites, party facilities, canoe and boat rentals, fishing piers, picnic areas and plenty of hiking trails. Free admission.