Village Parks

Lake Pacawa Park Band Shell (JPG)Village of Plover: Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Plan - UPDATE! - 10/14/2022

The Parks Development Committee, Village Staff, and its partners will be starting the review and updating process for the Village Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Plan (CPRP) in Fall/Winter 2022, for more information related to the plan updates, meeting information, etc. please visit the Parks Development Committee page here:

Park Amenities & Hours

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 am to 11 pm, with the exception of Veteran's Memorial Park and the Woyak Sports Complex.

All parks are closed to the general public from 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.

Worzella Family Shelter Rental

Located in Lake Pacawa Park, with an address of 3410 Hoover Avenue, Plover, WI.  It is open for rental beginning the last Friday in April and ending the third Sunday in October. For more information about the Worzella Family Shelter Rental click webpage link above.

View a list of Plover parks.

Winter Activities

Activities occur from noon to 11 pm, weather permitting. Hours are subject to change per the Public Works Department maintenance activities.

Adopt-a-Park Program

The Village of Plover implemented an Adopt-A-Park Program beginning in April 2003, similar to the Adopt-a-Highway program, whereby an organization or group of neighbors accept the responsibility of picking up litter, debris, branches, sticks, etc. in one of the Village of Plover's parks a minimum of three times per year between the months of April and November. Applications are available at the Village of Plover Municipal Center. For more information, you can contact the Public Works Department at 715-345-5257.

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