View all facilities

Denoon Park

Features

  1. Boat Launch
  2. Hardball Diamond
  3. Parking
  4. Picnic Area
  5. Picnic Tables
  6. Play Equipment
  7. Restroom/Portable
  8. Shelter
  9. Snowmobile Trail
  10. Soccer Field
  11. Walking Trails
History
Completed in summer of 1985. Denoon is named after a dynamic early Muskego settler who published the first Norwegian newspaper in the United States and was influential in shaping the Wisconsin Constitution. His name was James Denoon Reymert.

Features
This 53-acre community park is located in the southwestern portion of the city on the northwestern shore of Lake Denoon. The park amenities include:
  • two basketball goals
  • one baseball/softball diamond
  • picnicking        
  • soccer fields
  • snowmobile trails
  • a walking trail
  • an open shelter
  • portable restrooms
  • an area designated for golf
  • lake launching access
  • 9-hole Disc Golf course coming in Spring 2018
The playground equipment provided on the site accommodates both age groups, 2-5 years and 5-12 years.

To request reservation of this park shelter, click here.



Conservation Areas
The park encompasses approximately 8-acres of upland woods. Over 8-acres of prairie vegetation has been planted within the park including wet prairie and oak savanna.  Wetland and woodland portions of the park are part of a primary environmental corridor associated with Lake Denoon.

The woodlands have a significant invasion of nonnative buckthorn and honeysuckle shrubs.  Although many have been removed, control efforts continue.  Prescribed burning is periodically utilized to manage the woodlands, wetlands, and prairies.

Click here for Denoon Park conservation site map.

 

Parking
Off-street parking is available.


Denoon Park Baseball field             Denoon Park Playground

Denoon Park Walking Path