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VILLAGE OF PLOVER PARKS

There are 19 parks in the Village of Plover totaling approximately 198 acres.

Shelter houses and baseball diamonds are available for use by the general public beginning the last Friday in April and ending the third Sunday in October. Shelter Houses are open from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., with the exception of Veteran's Memorial Park. ALL PARKS ARE CLOSED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC FROM 12:00 MIDNIGHT TO SUNRISE except when permission in writing has been granted by the Public Works Committee for an activity which extends beyond the regular closing hours.

Winter Activities: Hours from noon to 11:00 p.m., weather permitting. Hours subject to change per the Public Works Department maintenance activities.

PARK
LOCATION
Easlan-Weslan Park 2200 Cedar Drive
off Cedar Drive, between Post Rd & Hoover Avenue
Forest Pines Park 1800 Roosevelt Drive
on the corner of Roosevelt Dr & Norway Pine Dr
Hoover Heights Park 2175 Parkdale Ct
off Parkdale Ct
Iber Park 2580 Plover Springs Drive
off Plover Springs Dr/Burin Ct/Springville Dr
Jack's Park 3145 Monica Lane
off Monica Ln
Kubacki Park off Juniper Ln & Ninth St
Little Plover River Park 1501 Hoover Ave
off Hoover Ave
Oak Park 3100 Cleveland Avenue
off Cleveland Ave
Oakwood Forest Park 1625 Ponderosa St
off Ponderosa St
Ok Bluff Park 2101 Ok Bluff Circle
off Ok Bluff Cir & River Dr
Okray Park 3475 Patti Drive
off Patti Dr & Evergreen Dr
Lake Pacawa Park 1831 Maple Drive
off Hoover Ave/Maple Drive, behind Menard's
Pleasant Acres Park 1725 Porter Road
off Porter Rd
Plover Pines Park 3930 Nassau Blvd.
off Nassau Blvd
Springville Pond Park 2800 Springville Drive
off Springville Drive
Veteran's Memorial Park 2725 Roosevelt Drive
off Post Rd. and Roosevelt Dr. across the street from the Village of Plover Municipal Building
Wayside Park 4055 Hoover Avenue
off STH 54/Post Rd/Bus Hwy 51
Worzella Pines Park 1505 Maple Drive
off Maple Dr & Village Park Dr
Woyak Community Sports Complex 2381 Cedar Drive
off Cedar Dr

To download a Green Circle map,
or to get more information, visit the
Green Circle Trail Web Site


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