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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

 

 

 Buckley Park: Home of the Tomah Aquatic Center

(Open 10 weeks in summer) (608) 374-7446

 Enclosed Area: 6 lane zero-depth entry pool, 3 water slides, kid's polar bear “Pete” slide,  lap swimming, Torpedoes swim team, Water Aerobics and a 
New Splash Pad for children under 48” tall.
 

 Exterior Area: Play area with slide & swings, viewing bench, and adjoining parking lot.

 

Butts Park: On the bank of Lake Tomah

Open-air picnic pavilionpublic restrooms,playground area and picnic area. Future home of the 
Handicap Accessible Shelter & Pier.

 

Frank S. Andres Fireman’s Park: 2 Open-air Picnic Pavilions, enclosed shelter, public restrooms,
Skate Park, football fields, horseshoe pits,
Born Learning Trail & playground area.
 
Walking trail connects park to Buckley Park
(Aquatic Center)
 

 

Maid of the Mist Fountain, Bell Garden, Playground area,  Picnic area and Gazebo.
 
Host to the Farmer’s Market & Americana Music in the Park each summer.

 

 North Glendale Ave Ball Park Complex: Softball and Baseball diamonds with lights and bleachers,
 2 concession stands, 3 volleyball courts with lights,
2 public restrooms & playground area. 
  
Also houses the Recreation Department shop building.
 

Gruman Park: Neighborhood Park
(Located between Lake Tomah & Rec Park)
with a Playground Area and Open Air Shelter

 


 

Memorial Park: Veterans Memorial, Open-air picnic pavilion, public restrooms, playground equipment

and picnic area.

 

 

Veteran’s Park: Open-air picnic pavilion, concession stand, public restrooms, playground area,nature trail, multiple soccer fields, picnic area and a fenced
Dog Park (entrance off Glendale Ave.).

 

WatermanPark

Waterman Park: Neighborhood Park
(between Veteran’s Park & N. Glendale Park)
with a Playground Area &

 

Winnebago Park: Located on Lake Tomah  

2 Open-air picnic pavilions, enclosed shelter with fireplace, public restrooms, little league baseball diamond, handicapped fishing pier, volleyball courts, Wonder Hoops basketball court, Fitness equipment, horseshoe pits, picnic area, walking trail and 2 boat ramps for access to the lake. 

Host to Winnebago Wednesdays kid’s activity time during the summer.

 

Winnebago Wonderland: Located inside of Winnebago Park is a 10,000 sq. ft. wooden playground complete with castles, mazes, slides, tubes, swings (including a parent & tot swing) and many more kid
friendly play areas.