30 Green Bay Area Parks That You Should Visit This Year!

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Spring is officially here, so it’s not too soon to start planning park days! We have some TRULY great parks in our area. The kiddos may get a little muddy, but the fresh air helps them sleep SO much better (totally worth the extra laundry). Here are 30 (yes 30!!) Green Bay parks that are worth a visit this year. This list by no means covers all the Green Bay parks, but it’s enough to jump-start your season! Did we include your favorites? Let us know in the comments. Happy playing!

Green Bay Parks:

 Astor Park 1100 Porlier Street, Green Bay – Astor Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, basketball court, softball diamond, wading pool, lighted tennis court, and volleyball.  In winter Astor offers an unsupervised ice rink, weather permitting.

 Baird Park 529 Laverne Drive, Green Bay – Baird Park includes a playground, tennis courts, and basketball courts.

Beaumont Park 1600 Sue Ln, Green Bay, WI – Beaumont Park offers playground equipment, lighted tennis court, basketball court, softball diamond, and soccer field.  In winter Beaumont offers an unsupervised ice rink, weather permitting.

Beaver Dam Park 1331 Hobart Dr, Green Bay – Beaver Dam Park offers a supervised hockey rink and skating rink, softball diamonds, tennis courts, and a football field.

Colburn Park 901 South Fisk St, Green Bay – Colburn Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, soccer field, softball diamond, swimming pool, bocce courts, volleyball, tennis courts, cross country ski trail, and hockey rink.

Danz Park 2130 Basten Street, Green Bay – Danz Park offers playground equipment, soccer field, Little League and Baseball diamond, basketball court, and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment).

East River Van Beaver Park 800 John St East River, Green Bay –  Van Beaver Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, softball diamond, baseball diamond, soccer field, basketball court, and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment).

Eastman Park 1240 Eastman Avenue, Green Bay – Eastman Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, basketball courts, volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment), and splash pad.

Eddison Park 442 Alpine Drive, Green Bay – Edison Park offers playground equipment, lighted tennis courts, ice rink, hockey rink, softball diamond, baseball diamond, basketball court.

Eisenhower Park 1762 Amy Street, Green Bay – Eisenhower Park offers playground equipment, basketball court, horseshoe pit, soccer field, softball diamond, lighted tennis courts, and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment).  In winter Eisenhower offers an unsupervised ice rink, weather permitting.

Farlin Park 1510 Harold Street, Green Bay – Farlin Park offers playground equipment, basketball courts, horseshoe pit, splash pad, tennis courts, soccer field, and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment).

Fisk Park 995 Dousman Street, Green Bay – Fisk Park offers playground equipment, lighted basketball courts, splash pad, tennis courts, and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment).

Green Isle Park 2500 Greene Ave, Green Bay – Green Isle Park offers an enclosed pavilion, playground, restrooms, picnic area, basketball, volleyball, tennis, walking trail, Ice Rink, Soccer field, fishing, and ball diamond.

Howard Memorial Park 775 Riverview Dr, Howard – Howard Memorial Park is a 13.5-acre park that has a lighted softball diamond, a concession building, restroom facilities, a multi-purpose sports field, veterans memorial, and parking. The park also features a small access area for canoes, kayaks, rowboats, or similar small crafts. In winter the landing is used for snowmobile access to the Duck Creek. 

Joannes Park & Aquatic Center 215 South Baird Street, Green Bay – Joannes Park offers playground equipment, basketball court, volleyball, aquatic center, skate park, and Joannes Stadium. Joannes Aquatic Center is a heated pool with a zero-depth wading area, a tot sand play area, sand volleyball courts,  2-23′ high waterslides, drop slide, and 1-meter board in the diving well, lounge chairs, full-service concessions, coin-operated lockers on deck and in locker rooms.

John Muir Park 1761 Biemeret Street, Green Bay – John Muir Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, basketball court, softball diamond, lighted tennis courts, and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment).  There is an unsupervised ice skating rink in winter, weather permitting.

Juza-Oliver Family Park 1070 Heme Bay Way, Howard – Juza-Oliver Family Park is a 22.03-acre park consisting of three separate park properties in the Glen Kent Subdivision. Each of these park areas is joined by an extensive trail system that goes throughout the Glen Kent subdivision connecting public green spaces and parklands by trail and sidewalk. The eastern and western park areas are passive recreation areas. The central park is being developed into an active play area. The park has a playground, picnic area, and 2 walk-in entrances.

Kennedy Park 2227 Farlin Avenue, Green Bay – Kennedy Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, soccer field, basketball court, and volleyball.  In winter Kennedy Park has an unsupervised ice rink, weather permitting.

Jim Martin Park 255 Libal St, De Pere – Jim Martin Park offers a soccer field, playground, and volleyball court.

Kiwanis Park 3517 East River Drive, Green Bay –   Kiwanis Park offers an outdoor shelter, restrooms, playground, basketball, tennis, walking trail, soccer field, fishing, and a pickleball court.

Ledgeview Park 2064 Dickinson Rd, Ledgeview – Ledgeview Park offers a 48 acres parcel of land located along CTH G near the East River in the Western portion of Town.  The site encompasses wetlands and a portion of the East River.  The park has been developed with a 40-stall parking lot connected to CTH G, restrooms and pavilion, a pedestrian bridge crossing the East River, a baseball diamond, playground, and multiple pedestrian connections to adjacent residential neighborhoods.

Legion Park 1212 Charles St, De Pere – Legion Park offers a playground, basketball court, swimming pool, wading pool, tennis courts, multi-use diamond, volleyball court, outdoor ice rink, and hockey rink (weather permitting).

McAuliffe Park 3100 Sitka Street, Green Bay- McAuliffe Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, softball diamond, small and large soccer field, basketball court, nature trails, and volleyball.

Marquette Park 1061 Hickory Hill Drive, Green Bay – Marquette Park offers playground equipment, basketball court, softball diamond, soccer field, wading pool, tennis courts, and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment).

Mather Heights Park 1280 Richardson Street, Green Bay – Mather Heights Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, softball diamond, soccer field, wading pool, small soccer field, and volleyball.

Optimist Park 1680 Libal St, Green Bay – Optimist Park features the Farve Family Miracle Recreation Area,  Resch Miracle Field – Home of Allouez Optimist Miracle League of Green Bay. Other features: All-inclusive playground equipment with a rubber surface surrounding the playground area, a paved pathway and paved parking lot, outdoor shelter, restrooms,  picnic area, rubber surface ball diamond.

Pamperin Park 2801 CTH RK, Green Bay – At Pamperin Park visitors enjoy taking strolls along the scenic creek and over its picturesque suspension bridge. Pamperin Park boasts the largest children’s structured playground in this area, wooded picnic areas, and several volleyball courts. Play a round of disc golf on our beautifully wooded disc golf course. 

Perkins Park 600 North Fisk Street, Green Bay – Perkins Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, basketball court, softball diamond, lighted tennis courts, disc golf course, and volleyball.  In winter there is a hockey rink and a supervised ice skating rink, weather permitting.  There are approximately 16 picnic tables throughout the park.

Red Smith Park  2765 Sussex Street, Green Bay – Red Smith Park offers a splash pad in summer, a small playground, soccer fields.  In winter, an unsupervised lighted hockey and ice skating rink, weather permitting. There is also a wooded area with an informal walking trail.

Voyageur Park 100 William St, De Pere – Voyageur Park is located in downtown De Pere on the Fox River. It is home to the De Pere Riverwalk and is the site of the annual Memorial Day weekend festival, Celebrate De Pere. Voyageur Park features a playground, walking trails, and fishing.

Bonus:

Titletown Lombardi Ave, Green Bay – Titletown offers areas geared toward kids of different ages and a Play 60-theme. The 40-yard dash component is a big hit with kids and adults! Kids can also play on the regulation size football field.

Did you make it through all the Green Bay Parks?  Check out 15 Fox Valley Parks You Should Visit This Year!

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Amy
Amy is a stay-at-home mom of three young children, two girls and a boy, ages 6, 3, and, 1. A native of Sheboygan, WI, she and her husband permanently moved to Green Bay in 2010 after the birth of their first daughter. Amy is in the middle of her second year of homeschooling, which often consists of distracting a crazy one- year-old while trying to teach lesson plans. Coffee is her best friend. Her family is currently searching for their dream country home where they plan to raise some animals and grow their own food. You might see her out with her family exploring new places in the area to run off energy. They often spend the summer looking for fun, nearby beaches and pools. Amy is also interested in learning creative ways to budget, coupon, and find easy, healthy recipes for her family of picky eaters.

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  1. Sand Acres Park in Ashwaubenon is fabulous! We call it Spider Park because they have this huge climbing apparatus that the kids all love

    • Yes! Sand Acres is an awesome park! Thanks for the call-out. 3687 Misty Meadow Ln, De Pere, WI 54115 (De Pere/Ashwaubenon border).

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