Village Parks

The Village park system consists of four park sites ranging in sizes from one acre to 44.08 acres. In all, the park system includes 73.08 acres of land. The parks offer a wide range of activities including baseball, tennis, volleyball, basketball, archery, fishing and playgrounds. The Village also operates a swimming pool during the summer months which offers swimming instruction and is always staffed by certified lifeguards. Our park system provides opportunities for casual picnics, family and group gatherings, weddings and wedding receptions, and much more.

Village Shelters

The Village of Winneconne takes pride in its parks. Our shelter reservation service allows families, groups, and organizations to reserve shelters for various events such as family reunions, birthday parties, corporate picnics, weddings, and much more. The fee for shelter reservations varies with size, residency, and location. Reservations are currently being taken for next year. The Village has six shelters located in three parks.

For small events, the Park Use Permit Form is required. For large events, such as corporate training sessions, baseball tournaments and marathons need to complete the Park Use Permit Form and the Special Event Permit Application. Please return the necessary forms to the Village Office with your payment.
Note - there are no refunds for cancellations.
Lake Winneconne Gazebo
The gazebo on the knoll overlooking Lake Winneconne and the Wolf River is a popular wedding site. Recently our Parks crew added  a brick walkway up to the gazebo.
Gazebo Wedding

Waterfront Park Pavilion

With a pavilion overlooking the Wolf River, Winneconne's Waterfront Park is a great space for concerts, parties, and other social gatherings.
Waterfront Park band's view of crowd 2014
​Historical Society Museums
The museums are located on the east corner of Marble Park. There is an 1871 railroad depot, a turn of the century little house, an 1889 one-room schoolhouse, the Kay Wilde doll cottage and a steamboat to stroll through.

Railroad Deport in snow 2016