West Riverside Park (Rebel Park) S Main St & W Rebel Rd, Saukville, WI53080 West Riverside Park, or Rebel Park, is a public park operated by the Village of Saukville. It has a playground, picnic…More areas and a football field that's home of Rebels Football. A charter member of the Wisconsin All American Youth Football League, the Rebels are a tackle football team for kids in 5th through 8th grade.
Madison Park Owners Corporation Madison Park Gardens, Port Washington, NY11050 This is the tenants association for owners of townhouses in the Madison Park community.
Stannards Brook Park Carlton Ave & Charles St, Port Washington, NY11050 A wooded and narrow 3-acre neighborhood park, Stannards Brook Park is bisected by a winding brook with flowering plants…More alongside. The park includes a trail for strolling as well as several benches and three bridges that span the stream to connect to residential streets on the east side of the park. The park is also part of the New York State Significant Fish and Wildlife Habitat in Manhasset Bay and an important bird sanctuary. Stannards Brook was acquired by Nassau County in 1944, originally for drainage purposes.
Tendick Nature Park 3919 County Road O, Saukville, WI53080 A park located just north of Saukville with a kayak/canoe launch, archery range and disc golf course. Picnic tables are…More available and leashed dogs and cats are also allowed.
Blumenfeld Family Park 1 Main St, Port Washington, NY11050 Blumenfeld Family Park is exactly what it sounds like, a great place to bring your family. The park provides an…More enjoyable time for everyone. The beautiful gardens are maintained with vibrant flowers and it has seating areas for parents that overlook the playground equipment.
Columbia Park N Milwaukee St & W Dodge St, Port Washington, WI53074 Located at the corner of Milwaukee and Dodge streets, this 1-acre "mini park" has all the makings of big fun. The…More playground includes swings, slides, climbing areas and a sand pit with digging toys. There are also benches, picnic tables and a drinking fountain nearby. The park also has a two-hoop basketball court on-site. Columbia Park hosts a supervised playground program during the summer months. Call the phone number provided or visit the <a href="http://www.ci.port-washington.wi.us/">Port Washington Park and Recreation's website</a> for details.
Veteran's Memorial Park 430 N Lake St, Port Washington, WI53074 Formerly known as Lower Lake Park, Veteran's Memorial Park is located on Lake St. across from the American Legion…More Memorial building. Amenities here include public beach access, concert bandshell, playground, benches, picnic tables and public restrooms with drinking fountains. The park shelter is available to rent for private events, with a $75 dollar reservation fee. Online rental applications are available at the Port Washington Parks and Recreation website. Also available is the Port Washington Yacht Club, which hosts a variety of social, sail racing, cruising and fishing events throughout the year.
Stacker Park W Chestnut St & S Webster St, Port Washington, WI53074 Not far from Grand Avenue on the corner of Webster and Chestnut streets, Stacker Park is a half acre "mini park" with a…More play area, drinking fountain, benches, picnic tables and basketball court with two hoops. Features of the playground include both toddler and regular swings, multiple slides and climbing equipment. The Ozaukee Interurban Trail, a 30-mile paved bicycle path, passes nearby along the northern side of the park, which also contains a bike rack in addition to its plentiful free on-street parking.
Mill Pond Park Shore Rd & Millpond Rd, Port Washington, NY11050 Mill Pond Park is home to a beautiful pond in Port Washington, surrounded by a residential area and gorgeous foliage.…More When the sun is shining it's hard to turn down a nice day down at the pond. Bring the kids, your spouse or special someone and have a nice time in one of Port Washington's many landscape institutions.
Westport Meadows Park W 2nd Ave & W Portview Dr, Port Washington, WI53074 Westport Meadows is a neighborhood park with a six-acre expanse of open grass with trees dotting the west side. A picnic…More table with shelter and grills are perched atop its gently sloping hill, while the lower flat area is used for soccer. Free parking is available on the residential streets.
Schanen Acres Park W Lincoln Ave & S Tower Dr, Port Washington, WI53074 Just a short distance from Dumwiddie Elementary School, this 1-acre mini park has a play area and a field available for…More public use. It features swings, slides and climbing equipment, along with benches and picnic tables.
Antoine Park E Norport Dr & Parkway Dr, Port Washington, WI53074 This 6.5-acre tree-lined "mini park" features a two-hoop basketball court and a playground with tot play equipment,…More climbing areas and slides, plus a sandbox and merry-go-round. Picnic tables make outdoor meals easy to enjoy here, with a drinking fountain on the premises as well. Antoine Park also hosts a supervised summer program. Call the phone number provided or visit the Port Washington Parks and Recreation <a href="http://www.ci.port-washington.wi.us/ParkAndRecreation">website</a> for details.
Gilson Park E Jackson St & N Lake St, Port Washington, WI53074 Just across from Newport Shores restaurant, this 0.3-acre special purpose park sits right against the shores of Lake…More Michigan and features a fish-cleaning station. With a bench to enjoy the view of the water, Gilson Park is also a great spot to kick back in the grass and enjoy a good book, whether you prefer to soak up the sun or stay cool in the shade of the trees. Metered parking is available on Jackson Street, while a parking lot lies kitty corner from the site, across from the Lighthouse Condominiums.
Lion's Park Thomas Dr & N Holden St, Port Washington, WI53074 Lion's Park is a one-acre "mini park" found next to the area water tower. Dedicated by the Port Washington Lions Club in…More 1997, the playground here includes a sandbox, miniature rock climbing wall, swings and multiple slides, with benches and picnic tables to enjoy the scenery and an outdoor meal. There's also a one-hoop basketball half-court, drinking fountain and bench overlooking the freeway. Plenty of free parking is available on the residential streets.
Hill School Park S Spring St & W Grand Ave, Port Washington, WI53074 Hill School Park is a tree-dotted, one-and-a-half-acre "mini park," with a play area, drinking fountain and plenty of…More open grass to run around in. In addition to its basketball court with four hoops, there are benches and picnic tables for sitting back and relaxing while watching the action on the playground, which includes a swing set, slides, climbing equipment and chin-up bars. This site is also home to a rentable pavilion and participates in a supervised play program in the summer. Contact the Port Washington Parks and Recreation office or visit the <a href="http://www.ci.port-washington.wi.us/ParkAndRecreation">Web site</a> for more information.
Whitefish Park E Whitefish Rd & Hales Trl, Port Washington, WI53074 Whitefish Park, also referred to as Elephant Park because of its pachyderm-shaped slide, is a six-acre plot of both…More wooded and grassy land. Located just beyond Upper Lake Park and adjacent to a residential neighborhood, the play area includes a sandbox, merry-go-round, swings and monkey bars, with benches and drinking fountains nearby. With designated areas for softball and soccer, this is a haven for those who enjoy outdoor activities. Bicycling enthusiasts can appreciate the scenery along Ozaukee Interurban Trail, which passes through here on its 30-mile stretch. Don't forget to do your part in keeping this beautiful park clean. There are waste baskets conveniently located throughout the property so you never have to carry around more than you need.
This billing and invoicing service business was established by Antonia Sellis in 2006.…More The business is located in the industrial park on Harbor Park Drive.</p>
Kolbach Park W Whitefish Rd & N Webster St, Port Washington, WI53074 Located across from Christ The King Lutheran Church, this neighborhood park has three grassy acres dedicated to sports…More and play. Not only is Kohlbach home to a softball diamond and a two-hoop basketball court, it also hosts outdoor pickleball games and supervised summer programs. The playground includes slides, swings, and jungle gyms, plus a spring-mounted see-saw and a miniature rock climbing wall. There are also benches, picnic tables and a drinking fountain on the property. Visit Port Washington Parks and Recreation's <a href="http://www.ci.port-washington.wi.us/ParkAndRecreation/Index.htm">Web site</a> for program information and scheduling.
Ozaukee County Harborview Park North Milwaukee and West Washington Streets, Port Washington, WI53704 New in 2010, this small park offers a well-built place to take a break, sit down for lunch or just enjoy the scenic…More views it offers of the harbor. Situated on the corner of West Washington and North Milwaukee Streets, this 0.4-acre patch of land skirts up against downtown Port Washington. It's a wooden deck with a couple picnic tables and benches, and it does all it can to remind visitors to stop and smell the roses, so to speak.
Barbara Johnson Park and Preserve is a long, narrow and pretty park, the first half of which is dominated by a large,…More shallow pond framed by native flowers and vegetation located across from Manhasset Bay and along Shore Road on its northern perimeter. There are numerous benches in this area and a wooden viewing dock on the west side of the pond.</p>
<p>The second half of the park south of the pond is wooded with many maple trees and a stream that feeds into the pond. There is a walking trail on the west side of the pond that is brick alongside the pond and leads into a dirt trail beyond. Barbara Johnson is one of several County properties that were originally designed for drainage purposes and were later turned into public parks. The property was acquired in two parcels, in 1944 and 1975, according to Nassau County.</p>
Rotary Park N Franklin St & E Grand Ave, Port Washington, WI53074 Rotary Park is found in Port Washington's downtown area at the meeting of Grand Avenue and Franklin Street. The park…More honors local fishing history. Beside the marina and boat launch, this pet-friendly site features a harborwalk three-quarters of a mile long, offering a fantastic view of the Breakwater Light. Pack a picnic basket to enjoy at one of the tables dotting the grassy square, or head over to one of the local eateries nearby, which includes Smith Bros. Fish Shanty, Dockside Deli and Beanies Mexican Restaurant. Other amenities of the park are handicap-accessible restrooms, pet waste station, historic informational plaques and a gazebo available for event rental, plus a Hilton Inn right next door. Call the Port Washington Parks and Recreation Office for more information or visit the <a href="http://www.ci.port-washington.wi.us/parkandrecreation/Index.htm">web site</a><a href="http://www.ci.port-washington.wi.us/parkandrecreation/Index.htm"></a> to download a rental application.