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Abraham Park
1800 S. Pearl St.

Map - Take the family for a relaxing family picnic at this 3.3 acre neighborhood park.   After your picnic, enjoy the playground, ball field, basketball court, or tennis courts.  Restrooms available.

Bernegger River Walk
103 S. Pearl St.
Map - This is New London’s smallest park nestled on the beautifully landscaped banks of the Wolf River. In the summer of 2009, a paved walking path and additional fishing docks were added. Enjoy fishing with the kids from the new docks or the boat dock.

Franklin Park
500 Division St.

Map - Established in 1856 this is New London’s oldest park.  At 1.3 acres, it still offers leisure opportunities: a playground complete with large sandbox and a walkway shaded by the mature trees that make up the park.  Handicap accessible.  Restrooms available.  

Hatten Park
801 Werner-Allen Blvd.
Map - Named after William Hatten, a prominent lumber company owner and major contributor to the park, this park boasts of 120 wooded acres with nature and cross-country ski trails.  There is a shelter available for rental complete with restrooms, picnic tables, electricity and water.  The park offers two playgrounds, basketball court, ball fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and a disk golf course.  Handicap accessible.

Krostue Park
411 Elm St.
Map - 23 acres with picnic tables, ball field, playground, and has open and wooded/nature areas.

Loss Park
103 S. Pearl St.
Map - This is New London’s smallest park nestled on the newly landscaped banks of the Wolf River. Enjoy fishing with the kids from the boat dock. Conclude a day of boating by docking here and taking a short leisurely walk to one of New London’s many fine restaurants.  Handicap accessible.

Memorial Park
800 Montgomery St.

Map - This spacious park boasts 13 acres on the banks of the Wolf River and has a resident osprey that returns each spring.  The facility offers a shelter, restrooms, playground, 2 ball fields, and 2 lighted volleyball courts.  There’s a 9-11 memorial and is adjacent to New London Skate Park and the Heritage Historical Village.  Handicap accessible.

Mini Park
521 W. North Water St.

Map - This downtown park, although small at 0.2 acres, boasts of a beautiful flower garden and shade.  All of the fine eateries New London has to offer are within walking distance from this park.  Handicap accessible.

New London Nature Area
800 Partridge Dr.
Map - 94 acres of rustic undeveloped wooded and open space.  No facilities.

New London Skate Park
800 Montgomery St.

Map - Try your skills on this park’s quarter pipes, launch boxes, grind rails and a pyramid.  The park is designed for skateboards, BMX bikes and roller blades.  In time, additional equipment will be added to enhance the quality of the skate park. The park is adjacent to beautiful Memorial Park and the Historical Village.

Old City Hall Square
100 W. North Water St.

Map - This is one of New London’s smaller parks nestled at the east end of downtown.  It boasts of a beautiful flower garden and a view of the historic former city hall building.  Handicap accessible.

Old Settlers Park
800 W. Washington St.

Map - This 5.5 acre neighborhood park is adjacent to the New London Aquatic and Fitness Center.  In summer spend time at the indoor swimming pool and newly added outdoor splash pad.  Restrooms are available during the aquatic and fitness center hours.

Pfeifer Park
509 Burton St.

Map - Named after Dr. Fred Pfeifer, the originator of the American Water Spaniel, this 9.4 acre park offers many leisure opportunities.  Enjoy a peaceful walk along the shady banks of the Embarrass River or play a few games of tennis (lighted courts).  Additional amenities include a playground, 3 ball fields, basketball court, restrooms.  Handicap accessible.

Riverside Park
1215 W. Wolf River Ave.

Map - Enjoy a stroll through this 5 acre park on the shady banks of the Wolf River.  Amenities of the park include boat launches, docks, vehicle/boat trailer parking, shelter, and year-round restrooms.  In winter, enjoy the lighted sledding hill and ice rink.  Many of New London’s fine restaurants are within walking distance.  Handicap accessible.

River Trail Park
205 S. Shawano St.

Map - Take a leisurely stroll along the Wolf River on this beautifully shaded trail.  Then enjoy a relaxing picnic as you watch butterflies visit the park’s flower garden.  Many of New London’s fine restaurants are within walking distance.
Handicap accessible.

St. John's Park
122 W. North Water St.

Map - This 0.4 acre park is located on the Wolf River in historic downtown New London.  Take pleasure in a picnic as the river peacefully flows by.  A dock is available so boaters can stop and take a leisurely stroll to one of the many New London eateries.

Taft Park
400 W. North Water St.

Map - Nestled in the heart of downtown New London along the Wolf River, this is a very beautiful and peaceful place to relax. Shaded by beautiful mature trees is a war memorial honoring New London’s fallen heroes.  Boaters can dock here to picnic or enjoy a meal at one of the many fine restaurants downtown. Handicap accessible.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center
N3880 Rogers Rd.

Map - Enjoy this year round park with both indoor and outdoor opportunities on 430 wooded acres adjacent to the Wolf River. The park boasts a beautiful nature center offering a variety of environmental education classes. Visit the butterfly house - July through August.  Trails are available for hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Details

View Ridge Natural Area
Allcan Rd.
Map - Located just four (4) miles east of New London, this rustic park offers 34 acres of undeveloped forestry. For the adventurous hiker, this rugged terrain offers unlimited hiking experiences. In addition, there is a variety of native birds for watchers to observe.  Scenic vantage points abound for nature photographers. No developed trails or facilities.

Wolf River Shoreline Fishing Area
Highway 45 by-pass

Map - Take pleasure in a day of fishing at this 2 acre park just south of New London. This location offers a quiet, backwater setting excellent for pan fish and Northern Pike.  Try to catch the “big one” from the available fishing deck. Picnic on the rustic shore of the Wolf River.

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