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Parks & Recreation


Between the Township and Village of Mukwonago, there are many wonderful parks to choose from. You can walk, swim, fish, bike, ski, sled, boat, play sports and much more.


Snowmobiling is a popular attraction in the area. Experience mile after mile of snowmobile trails. For more information about groomed trails in the Mukwonago area, contact the Mukwonago Snow-Snoops Snowmobile Club at P.O. Box 172, Mukwonago, WI 53149, or call Andy Fix at 262-363-4770.


State Park-Kettle Moraine Forest

Mukwonago is located just minutes from the edge of the Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, which has over 22,000 acres of forest. Camping, swimming, hunting, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, biking and horseback riding are available. The Southern Unit headquarters are located just three miles west of Eagle off Highway 59. Contact 262-594-6200 or visit

County Park-Mukwonago County Park

Located approximately three miles west of the Village of Mukwonago on Highway LO. This 222-acre park site includes a high ridge (formed during the last glacial period) that stretches nearly the length of the park. Recreational opportunities include swimming, fishing, camping, picnicking, nature hiking and sledding. Call 262-548-7801.


Contact 262-363-6420 or visit


Field Park

Located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Highway 83 and Highway NN. Enjoy an afternoon using the 3,000-square-foot facility equipped with a full kitchen, baseball diamond and a large walking path. Call 262-363-6420 to reserve.

Indian Head Park

Located near Phantom Lake, north of Village Hall. This park features a small pavilion, a beach and plenty of green open space for other activities.

Miniwaukan Park

Located at the end of McKenzie Road behind the Mukwonago Industrial Park and Meadow Park Estates Subdivision. This area is used by many community organizations, including the Soccer Club and Braves Football. This park features a football field, Frisbee-golf course, six soccer fields, picnic tables and six baseball fields.

Minor Park

Located along Highway LO just east of Highway I. Minor Park is home to the Mukwonago Women’s Softball League. Two softball diamonds and a wooded picnic area with a small open shelter make up the park. Beautiful oak trees and landscape draw many photographers to the park for photos.

Washington Avenue Park

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.

Phantom Glen Park

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 intimate gatherings.


Contact 262-363-4555 or visit


Mukwonago Town Park

Located one block south of the Town Hall, at the intersection of CTH EE and Beulah Road. Most of the soccer programs are held at this park with two large soccer fields, three medium fields and three peewee soccer fields. The park also has two baseball fields, a playground structure and a park pavilion. The Town Park is available for rent.

Lauren’s Park

Located on CTH EE just a short distance west of CTH I. Lauren’s Park provides four baseball diamonds for all age groups during the summer programs. This park also contains two sand volleyball courts, one basketball hoop, a playground structure and a park pavilion for rent.

Oak Ridge Park

The town’s newest park is mainly for soccer program practice fields. This park also contains a new baseball field. Oak Ridge Park is located south of Sugden Road on Oak Ridge Drive. From Highway 83, turn west on Sugden Road to Oak Ridge Drive. Turn south and the park is on the left.


Mukwonago golfers never have far to go to find a picturesque and challenging golf course. With a variety of facilities available, you can choose from championship golf courses that feature 18 to 27 holes, a Scottish links style, practice facilities, pro-shops and restaurants. Contact the facilities for more information.

Alpine Valley Golf Course

Broadlands Golf Club

Frisbee Golf: Miniwaukan Park
McKenzie Road


Our area camps are a great way for children and adults to gather in the beautiful surroundings. Whether you choose a day camp, overnight camp or a business or family retreat, you’re sure to have an experience to remember for a lifetime.


Edwards YMCA Camp
N8901 Army Lake Road, East Troy

Phantom Lake YMCA Camp
S110 W30240 YMCA Camp Road, Mukwonago

Phantom Ranch Bible Camp
W309 S10910 Highway I, Mukwonago

Army Lake Camp
N8725 Army Lake Road East Troy

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