Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

If there is one thing we all can enjoy, it is our community parks. They are where our children go to play, our families get together for reunions, our pets come to run and neighbors go to meet. We have seven beautiful community parks. We also have two county forestry units and a school forest in our community as well.

2017 Team

The Parks Department does a wonderful job taking care of our parks to keep them enjoyable for you. It's important that we keep our parks clean. If you see someone violating park rules or vandalizing the park, contact the police department at 715-261-1200. Our municipal parks are open from 7 am -10 pm daily.

The Village would like to encourage you all to enjoy the Kronenwetter Parks System. We are in the process of upgrading playground equipment, for the safety of the children, which will be incorporated into all of our parks over the next few years. Please help keep our parks safe and clean so we can all enjoy them.

To reserve an athletic field and/or park shelter, please call Sheila Mackoway at 715-693-4200, ext. 101 or email

For Athletic Field Rental information, please click here.
Athletic Field Dimensions are available by clicking here.
For Park Shelter Rental information, please click here.

Outdoor Recreation Plan (ORP)
The Village of Kronenwetter partnered with the North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (NCWRPC) in support of its initiative to prepare an Outdoor Recreation Plan for the Village.  The five-year Outdoor Recreation Plan for 2013-2018 will be used to identify new projects for development as well as identifying which parks or forest segments need additional, repurposed, or reconstructed recreational facilities (like trails, buildings, or camp sites). 

The primary purpose of this ORP is to provide continued direction toward meeting the current and future recreation needs of the Village of Kronenwetter. Adoption of this plan by the Village of Kronenwetter Board and subsequent acceptance by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will continue the Village’s eligibility for grant funding.

The final approved 2013-2018 Outdoor Recreation Plan can be found here.