Village Logo
df  

VILLAGE OF PLOVER PARKS & FACILITIES

There are 20 parks in the Village of Plover totaling approximately 218 acres. Following are brief descriptions of each of the parks.

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 and the Woyak Sports Complex.. 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.

Village Park Facilities Chart-(click here)

PARK
LOCATION
Arbor Haven Park

700 Pleasant Dr- off County Road R-(1.56 acres)

 

Easlan-Weslan Park 2200 Cedar Drive
off Cedar Drive, between Post Rd & Hoover Avenue

This is a 13 acre community park with parking which contains modular playground equipment, swing set, monkey bars, & rocking animals, 2 Little League ball diamonds, dugouts, picnic area, a combination futsal/basketball/hard surface area, a shelter house with heated rest rooms and warming house.  An open ice skating rink is located in this park during the winter months as well as an outdoor lighted hockey rink with boarded sides. Removal of the goals is prohibited.  No trash, food, goals, or snowmobiles allowed on the open ice rink.  No parking in signed areas allowed.

Forest Pines Park

1800 Roosevelt Drive
on the corner of Roosevelt Dr & Norway Pine Dr

A 3.76 acre park with modular play equipment with swings, rocking animals and canopy picnic area. 

Hoover Heights Park 2175 Parkdale Ct

This 1.7 acre park remains in a natural state and has a walkway to Magnolia Drive for a pleasant walk through.


Iber Park

2580 Plover Springs Drive
off Plover Springs Dr/Burin Ct/Springville Dr

This is a 7.5 acre community park which contains a picnic area, 2 T-ball diamonds, a shelter house with rest rooms, modular play equipment, swing set, and rocking animals, irrigation and parking area.

Jack's Park 3145 Monica Lane

This 3.3 acre park contains modular play equipment, swing set, rocking animals, picnic area, and a combination basketball/hard surface area.

Kubacki Park

2200 Juniper Lane
off Juniper Ln & Ninth St

This 4.6 acre park offers a sandlot baseball field with backstop, modular play equipment, swing set, rocking animals, picnic area, and a combination basketball/hard surface area.

Little Plover River Park

1501 Hoover Ave
off Hoover Ave

This 50 acre park is the largest of the community parks and offers a variety of facilities and services: Jogging and cross country ski trails, paved pedestrian/handicapped walkway, lighted tennis courts/pickleball courts and a volley ball court, picnic area, modular play equipment, swing set, and rocking animals, Little League ball diamond, T-ball diamond, Babe Ruth diamond, bleachers, shelter house with rest rooms, training facility with batting tunnels and 108 parking stalls

Oak Park

3100 Cleveland Avenue

This 2.6 acre park offers a Little League baseball diamond with bleachers, modular play equipment, swing sets, rocking animals, irrigation, shelter house with rest rooms.

Oakwood Forest Park

1625 Ponderosa St

A 2 acre park containing a small picnic area, modular playground equipment, swing set, rocking animals and a combination basketball/hard surface area.      

Ok Bluff Park

2101 Ok Bluff Circle
off Ok Bluff Cir & River Dr

This is a 1.9 acre park with a picnic area and modular playground equipment.

Okray Park

3475 Patti Drive
off Patti Dr & Evergreen Dr

This 3 acre park offers a small picnic area, 2 T-ball diamonds, shelter house with rest rooms, modular play equipment, swing set, rocking animals, picnic area, and a graveled parking lot.

Pacawa Park

1831 Maple Drive
off Hoover Ave/Maple Drive, behind Menard's

This 50 acre park includes 1 Babe Ruth ball diamond, two regulation size soccer fields, swing set, band shell pavilion an unsupervised beach area, and a shelter house with restrooms.  Picnic areas are located in various locations. USE OF MOTORIZED WATERCRAFT ON THE WATER IS PROHIBITED.

Pleasant Acres Park

1725 Porter Road
off Porter Rd

This 3.35 acre park includes a Little League ball diamond, modular play equipment, swing sets, rocking animals, picnic area, and a chipped trail leading into the park from Zblewski Dr.

Plover Pines Park

3930 Nassau Blvd.
off Nassau Blvd

1.1 acre park, due to close proximity to the railroad tracks and highway, this park will remain as a natural wooded lot.

Springville Pond Park

2800 Springville Drive
off Springville Drive

This 4 acre community park abutting Springville Pond offers picnic areas, a pier, and paved parking. USE OF MOTORIZED WATERCRAFT ON THE WATER IS PROHIBITED.

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

3 acre park, off Highway 54 wayside is a small rest stop with a picnic area.

Worzella Pines Park

1505 Maple Drive
off Maple Dr & Village Park Dr

This 31.5 acre community park located on the shores of Lake Pacawa provides a large picnic area.

Located on the island adjacent to Worzella Pines Park is the KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL honoring veterans that was placed there in 1994 by the Korean War Veterans Memorial Association of Wisconsin.
Woyak Community Sports Complex

2381 Cedar Drive
off Cedar Dr

The Woyak Community Sports Complex is an area located south of Easlan-Weslan Park consisting of in excess of 25 acres of fully developed athletic and recreational fields.  It contains four lighted baseball/softball diamonds to accommodate boy’s Little League and girl’s softball, one boy’s Babe Ruth/high school size lighted baseball field and one lighted boy’s pony league/girls’ softball field along with flag football athletic fields, volleyball courts, two tennis courts/pickleball courts, picnic area, playground equipment, skateboard park, and two shelter house/concession stands with restrooms. Woyak Community Sports Complex is home to the following named fields: Roman, Schlutter, Blue Top, Soik, Fire-Pro, and Spud.


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

BORDER

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, 2400 Post Road, Plover. For more information, you can contact the Public Works Department at 715-345-5257.