Things to Do




Apuckawa County Park

W599 Toepper Dr., Montello
This park provides a walking trail with excellent birding opportunities. Shaded areas with picnic tables are available for resting while enjoying the view of Lake Puckaway. This park is pet friendly (on leash) and has restrooms on site.  Click here for the history of Apuckawa.


Daggett Memorial Park

Hwy. 23 East, Downtown Montello (Next to Kwik Trip)
Waterfalls cascading over the hardest granite in the world is the backdrop for this quaint downtown Montello Park. This park is great for taking photos. Sorry, no pets allowed. Click here for the history of the Montello Granite Quarry.


Endeavor Village Park

400 S. Church St., Endeavor
This park has a shelter for gatherings and playground equipment for children. Sorry, no dogs allowed.  To reserve a shelter, please call the Village Hall at 608-587-2486


Fireman’s Park

Corner of Cty. Hwy. J & Dandy St., Harrisville
Located in the heart of Marquette County, this park has a country feel. It offers opportunities for fun and games for all ages with playground equipment, volleyball courts and a ball diamond.  Sorry, no dogs allowed.  To reserve the firemen’s park shelter contact Karla Marotz (608)-296-3932. To reserve the Manthey Memorial Pavilion contact Phyllis Ingram (608)-296-4711. To reserve the sportsmen’s club contact Randy Winkler(608)-296-2240


John Muir County Park

N1424 Cty. Hwy. F, Montello
Explore the boyhood home of John Muir, the father of our National Parks. Saunter around the property on the trail that circles Ennis Lake. the lake is also popular for canoeing, kayaking and fishing. The park also boasts a natural playground for children.  To reserve the shelter, please contact the Parks and Rural Planning office at 608-296-2815 ext. 4. Dogs on leash are allowed at this park.


Krakow Park

Hwy. 22 South (Main St.), Montello *NOTE: ADA access bridge is currently unavailable
Visitors from all over the state come here to catch walleye, bass, catfish and bluegills. Park on Water St. to picnic on top of the hill or walk down the trail to the Fox River. You can also park at the Hwy. 22 lot for easy access to an ADA fishing pier or walk the shore of Buffalo Lake. Dogs on leash are allowed at this park.  Click here for the history of Buffalo Lake.


Meadowbrook Park

242 Meadowlark Dr., Westfield
This park has playground equipment for children and the adjacent lot offers shore fishing opportunities on the millpond. Sorry, no dogs allowed at this park.


Montello City Park

300 Doty St. (Cty. Hwy. Y), Montello
Set on the shoreline of Montello Lake, this 11 acre park is a favorite place to relax under the shade of mature oaks, cast a line for bluegills, catch some rays at the beach, or explore the playground. Sorry, no dogs allowed at this park.  To reserve a shelter please contact City Hall at 608-297-2727 Ext. 2


Oxford Village Park

S. Miller St. & W. Chauncey St., Oxford
With tennis courts, ball diamonds, and volleyball courts, this park is a favorite of sports enthusiasts. There is also playground equipment and shelters for family gatherings and events. Sorry, no dogs allowed at this park.  To reserve a shelter contact Village Hall at 608-586-4488.


Pioneer Park

316 E. Pioneer Park Rd., Westfield
Click here for shelter rental information
This spacious 12 acre park offers playground equipment, splash pad, walking trails and several shelters for gatherings. Sorry, no dogs allowed at this park.


Point Park

S. State St., Neshkoro
Have a picnic at this quiet park that borders the White River in a rustic and natural setting. Dogs on leash are allowed at this park.


Rivers Edge Park

N. Hwy. 73, Downtown Neshkoro
The White River flows along the edge of this downtown Neshkoro park that is home to a concert series in the summer and Scarecrowfest in the fall. You can also go shore fishing from the platform on the White River. Dogs on leash are allowed at this park.


Stan-O-Gene Park

1.8 miles north of  Neshkoro, Hwy. 73
Located just outside of Neshkoro, visitors can walk through woods on trails, play a game of baseball, or simply enjoy the Marquette County countryside. To reserve a shelter please contact Village Hall at 920-293-4410 Dogs on leash are allowed at this park.


Tuttle Lake Beach

N7821 Tuttle Lake Rd., Neshkoro
Enjoy the clear waters of Tuttle Lake by cooling off at the beach!


Veterans Memorial Park

127 N. Main St, Westfield
A veterans memorial is the center of this downtown Westfield park. An ADA accessible pier is also available for fishing or reflecting over the mill pond. Sorry, no dogs allowed at this park.


Washington Square Park

Liberty St. & Walnut St., Packwaukee
At the heart of Packwaukee, Washington Square Park offers playground equipment, recreation and wide open spaces for all to enjoy! Sorry, no dogs allowed at this park.  Click here for park shelter rental information. 


William Lange Park

Located on Water Street in Harrisville
Enjoy the views of Harris Pond from the benches or picnic tables. Cast a line and try to catch a fish while you are there! Sorry, no dogs allowed at this park.


Wells Point Park
481 Underwood Ave., Montello
This small, quiet park is a peninsula that extends out into Montello Lake. There is also a dog park located on this property.