Parks & Recreation

SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM is a wonderful opportunity for boys and girls from Kindergarten to 8th Grade to get physical activity and have fun with their friends while enjoying the outdoors. Watch this site for registration details in early spring of each year. See “Documents & Forms” page for registration forms.

FALL CREEK MEMORIAL PARK is located at 367 Lincoln Avenue West. It features a handicap accessible fishing pier, restrooms, and two pavilions with picnic tables. Memorial gifts helped fund some of the parks amenities. A marble plaque noting those gifts is on site. The park closes at 11:00 p.m.

KELLER PARK is located at 535 State Street North. The park features ballfields, tennis courts, basketball hoops, horseshoe pits, nature trails, pond fishing, playground equipment, and pavilions with picnic tables. Only non-motorized boats are allowed on the pond. Park hours are 6:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. See “Documents & Forms” page for Keller Park Pavilion Reservation Contract.

RANDALL PARK is located at 209 Lincoln Avenue West. It features a pavilion with picnic tables, and the Historical Society Museums and Jailhouse. The museums house an impressive antiques display. The Historical Society hosts Pie & Ice Cream Socials throughout the summer months and decorates the park for the Christmas season.

LOCAL POINTS OF INTEREST
Beaver Creek Reserve, an outdoor environmental education camp known throughout the Upper Midwest, is located just minutes from the Village, three miles north on CTH K.

There are also two county parks nearby: Harstad Park on the Eau Claire River, has camping and picnic facilities, and the scenic Big Falls Park is a favorite swimming spot.

There are numerous snowmobile and cross-country ski trails, and the Stagecoach Bicycle Trail east of Fall Creek.