City of Lake Geneva Parks


Cobb Park, 2101 McDonald Road on the western edge of the city limits, is a passive park with a picnic shelter, restrooms, play equipment, and walking trail through the five-acre wooded site. Located on the western edge of the city limits.

Dunn Field, Sage Street adjacent to Eastview Elementary School, has handicapped-accessible playground equipment, basketball hoops, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, and a skateboard park. A municipal lot offers plenty of free parking. The Firekeeper’s Pow Wow is held here annually in June.

Flat Iron Park, between Wrigley Drive and Center Street, is across from the lake front and hosts the local Chamber of Commerce, a statue of cartoon character Andy Gump, a picturesque gazebo donated by the 1975 high school senior class, and the Three Graces Fountain. Free musical entertainment is offered Thursday evenings throughout the summer along with Art in the Park and the Lake Geneva Jaycees Venetian Festival both in August.

Four Seasons Nature Preserve
, 1875 County Trunk H, south of STH 120, is a passive park for hiking and an inspiring nature experience. This park includes an exercise dog park close to the entrance, pond, shelter, boardwalk, and overlook tower.

Lake Geneva Beach, 211 Wrigley Drive, located in downtown Lake Geneva next to the historic Riviera building. It has 600 feet of sandy beach along the lakefront with a bath house and board walk. Daily admission is charged during the summer.

Library/Elm Park, 900 block of Main Street (Hwy. 50) along the Geneva Lake shoreline, is a passive park for relaxation with a fishing pier and restrooms. Public access to the 26-mile Geneva Lake shore path is available. The prairie-style library was dedicated in 1954 and is built on land deeded to the city in 1884 by Mary Sturgess.

Maple Park, 910 Wisconsin Street next to Central-Denison school, has basketball hoops, a baseball diamond, tennis courts and handicapped-accessible playground equipment.

Rushwood Park, located between the ends of Rush Street and Sue Ann Drive, this neighborhood park has a picnic shelter, sandbox, baseball diamond, and play equipment.

Samuel Donian Wetland Preserve, between east Main Street and lower Center Street, features a woodland atmosphere with an observation deck overlooking the White River and a walkway along Mill Creek.

Seminary Park, Baker Street and south Lake Shore Drive, is one block east of Geneva Lake. This park features handicapped-accessible play equipment, a picnic shelter, restrooms, and parking for launched boat trailers.

Veteran’s Park, one block off Edwards Boulevard on Townline Road, hosts the city’s sports activities with five softball fields, a hardball field, six soccer fields, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, play equipment, summer concessions, and restrooms.

For other smaller parks, see map.

City parks are open year-round. With the exception of the beach, no entrance fees are charged.

 
Dunn Field and Maple Park playgrounds are closed to the public during school days.

Grilling is allowed in Seminary and Cobb Park, but only in grills provided or in a suitable device that contains the fire up off the ground.  Grilling is prohibited in all other parks unless posted.
 

Dogs on leashes are allowed in all parks unless posted.


Park permits and reservations are required for organized events and parties. Contact City Hall staff at 262-248-3673 for more information.
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