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The Tomah Parks and Recreation Department is proud to offer a wide variety of parks with many different features including open air and enclosed shelters. Please take some time to view our parks below to see what each has to offer.

Adopt A Park Program

The Parks and Rec Deparment is excited to annouce our new "Adopt A Park" program. Please click the links below to learn more about the program and/or view the agreement to adopt your favorite park Today

Adopt A Park Program Details
Adopt A Park Agreement


 Tomah Parks




Home to the Tomah Aquatic Center which features zero depth, water slides, lap swimming, sand play area, kid's polar bear slide and tons of fun. Located at South Glendale Avenue and East Holton Street. For pool hours contact 608-374-7446.




Open-air picnic pavilion, public restrooms, playground area and picnic area. Located on Parkview Drive.


Open-air picnic pavilion (2), enclosed shelter, public restrooms, horseshoe pits, playground area. Located at Carol Avenue and East Brownell Street.



Little Red School House Museum, playground area, picnic area and gazebo. Located at South Superior Avenue and East Council Street.


Softball and Baseball diamonds, concession stands, volleyball courts, and public restrooms. Located on 400 N. Glendale Avenue.


Playground area located at Kristi Lane and Jodi Circle.


Open-air picnic pavilion, public restrooms, playground equipment and picnic area. Future site of the Veterans Memorial. Located at North Superior and Arthur Street.


Open-air picnic pavilion, public restrooms, playground area, nature trail, soccer fields, and picnic area. Located on North Glendale Ave and Lemonweir Parkway.


Playground area and picnic area. Located at Waterman Avenue and Pine Street.


2 Open-air picnic pavilion, enclosed shelter, public restrooms, little league baseball diamond, handicapped fishing pier, 2 boat ramps for access to Lake Tomah, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and picnic area. Located of Butt's Avenue at Ellen Drive and Brandon Street.


A 10,000 sq. ft. wooden playground complete with castles, mazes, slides, tubes, swings and more. Located inside of Winnebago Park.