The City of Sheboygan offers numerous park shelters and enclosed buildings for residents to rent. Additionally, various parks include amenities like splash pads, beachfront access, a skate park, and a bandshell.
Enclosed Park Building Rental hours: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. All enclosed buildings are handicap accessible. Park Shelter Rental hours: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Season: May 15-September 30.
Reservations for the following year begin the first Monday of October. $100 security deposit due the day before the event (or Friday before if on weekend). Payment must be made in-person at the Municipal Service Building (2026 New Jersey Avenue) from Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The City of Sheboygan provides numerous outdoor resources and entertainment for residents to enjoy!
The Adopt-A-Park/Trail Program provides opportunities for individuals and organizations to get involved in a variety of capacities. Adopt-a-Park/Trail organizations have regularly scheduled meetings and have a miniumium of two events to improve the park/trail. This is a two year commitment
For daily and weekly rentals, call The Wharf at 920-458-4406.
For seasonal leasing (May 1 – October 1): call the Department of Public Works at 920-459-3440.
The public restrooms at the parks and at the fish cleaning station near the river are open seasonally from May 15 through September 30.
Mark your calendars – the opening day for 2022 park reservations will begin at 7:00 am on Monday, October 4, 2021 at the Department of Public Works, 2026 New Jersey Ave. No reservations will be taken over the phone. Full payment is due at time of reservation. Payment options include checks payable to “City of Sheboygan” and credit cards (no cash). Bring a driver’s license or state issued identification for proof of residency.Read More
A portion of St. Clair Avenue between North 8th Street and North 9th Street will be closed starting the afternoon of Thursday July 22, 2021 to designate a street space into a temporary public gathering space.Read More
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