300 W. 2nd Street
This small neighborhood park is located in the southwest part of the city. The playing field is also used as an ice rink during the winter months.
Located at the end of Dessa Rain Drive by the brush & lawn refuse collection site.
A safe location for shooters to practice archery from multiple distances.
222 N. Park Street
Centrally located, City Park is close to Reedsburg's downtown. This popular park hosts several community functions such as art fairs, the annual Easter Egg Hunt and Concerts in the Park.
600 S. Golf Course Rd.
A safe place where area dogs can run and socialize. Proof of rabies vaccination is required. Annual stickers can be purchased at City Hall, or daily passes can be purchased at the dog park. (The park is accessed via gravel driveway and may not always be visible from Golf Course Rd.)
946 Joseph Circle
Located on Reedsburg's north side, this is the city's only designated tot lot. It has a small play structure, tot swings and other activities that appeal to preschool-age youngsters.
265 Railroad Street
Home of the "Ruminant", a one of a kind piece of artwork.
1400 Wellington Dr.
This small neighborhood park located on the city's northeast side consists of playground equipment, a small picnic shelter and a half basketball court.
1700 8th Street
Nishan Park, located on the city's northeast side, is the well-known host of the annual Reedsburg Butter Festival. Nishan has six ball fields, an outdoor volleyball court and is also used as a soccer facility when needed. The park also contains the RACA, a multi-use facility for hockey and special events, and the Lions/Jaycees Building which is also used for special events. Both buildings are available for the public to rent.
1301 19th Street
This spacious park is located on the city's northeast side and is used for numerous outdoor activities. The park, which partly serves as a water retention area, was dedicated by the Reedsburg Memorial Hospital Foundation.
550 N. Oak Street
Serving the north-central part of Reedsburg, this highly-used park has many facilities that are available for the recreation enthusiast. On a historical note, the park was home to the state's first Little League games.
425 N. Webb Avenue
Located west of Webb Park and the swimming pool, the Popple Nature Area is the city's premiere nature area and walking trail. The area consists of the Baraboo River, Half Moon Lagoon and Hay Creek. Dogs are allowed on a leash.
433 S. Preston Street
This small neighborhood park, located on the southwest side of Reedsburg, is popular for basketball and baseball.
231 Barbara Ann Dr.
This small neighborhood park located on the city's north side features a play structure geared for children ages 6 - 12.
145 Granite Ave.
Located just south of the 400 Trail and west of the Baraboo River on Granite Avenue, this facility provides skateboarders and rollerbladers a variety of jumps and ramps. The park is open from dawn to dusk as weather permits.
A small wooded wetland area that lies along the Baraboo River on the city's southwest side, this area supports many forms of wildlife. Dogs are allowed on a leash.
850 Division Street
South Park, located on Reedsburg's south side, provides the community access to the Baraboo River for activities such as fishing and canoeing. The park also has a small pond and a popular freshwater spring. Restrooms and a small shelter surrounded by some of the oldest trees in town provide an excellent picnic area.
1700 8th Street
Located in Nishan Park, on the city's northeast side. The Veterans Memorial was constructed in 2011 under the leadership of VFW Post 1916.
425 N. Webb Avenue
Webb Park is centrally located and provides a variety of recreational activities. The park is home to the municipal swimming pool and tennis courts. Webb Park's picnic shelters make it a popular place for family and company picnics.
344 S. Willow Street
Located on the city's southeast side, this neighborhood park serves a family-oriented area of Reedsburg.