Our Parks

Parks and Park Shelters may be rented for the day for special events, i.e., birthday parties, family reunions, etc.  No alcohol is allowed in the Village Parks.  Park rental is $25.00 per day for village residents and $35.00 per day for non-residents.  Please contact the Village Clerk's Office at 527-2510 to reserved a park.  

The Parks Use Permit form can be found on the Permits & Applications page (Government tab).  The form is listed under Facilities Rental.  Click HERE to be directed to the Permits & Applications page. 

Check out our Parks below:

 

Hoesly Pond

Hoesly Pond is located at the intersection of Hwy 69 and Cty Hwy W.  Hoesly Pond is used for fishing in the summer. Please note Village ordinances prohibit dogs and other pets from being in any park in the Village. No alcohol is allowed in the Village Parks

Candycane Park

Candy Cane Park is a neighborhood park located on the corner of 10th Avenue and 5th Street.  Please not Village ordinances prohibit dogs and other pets from being in Village Parks. No alcohol is allowed in the Village Parks.

Valle Tell Park

Valle Tell Soccer Park is located by the Valle Tell Subdivision off of Elmer Rd.  Park facilities include soccer fields.  Please note Village ordinances prohibit dogs and other pets from being in any park in the Village. No alcohol is allowed in the Village Parks.

Veteran's Memorial Park

Veteran's Memorial Park is located across from the Grade School on 2nd Street.  Veteran's park facilities include two open shelter houses, one with a concession stand and one with flushing rest rooms.  The park also offers a baseball field, tennis courts and a playground. Please note Village ordinances prohibit dogs and other pets from being in any park in the Village. No alcohol is allowed in the Village Parks.

Village Park

Village Park is located across from Village Hall between Railroad and 2nd Street. Facilities include a shelter, sand volleyball court, playground, picnic area, water fountains, and public swimming pool. It is a great place for picnics and reunions.  This park also serves as the location for art fairs on Heidi and Wilhelm Tell weekends. Please note Village ordinances prohibit dogs and other pets from being in any park in the Village. No alcohol is allowed in the Village Parks.

ABOUT US

New Glarus was established as a Swiss Colony in 1845 and incorporated as a Village in 1901. The Village has retained its Swiss charm with Alpine-style architecture, ethnic festivals and Swiss delicacies. The Village is located in beautiful Green County in south central Wisconsin. We are just 28 miles south of Madison and 17 miles north of Monroe on State Highway 69.

CONTACT US

  319 2nd Street
    PO Box 399
    New Glarus, WI 53574

(608) 527-2510

Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: Closed