Wheaton Park has many amenities to offer the outdoor enthusiast including: updated playground equipment, a tennis court, a basketball court, ball fields, batting cages, an ice skating rink, trails with different terrains, and reservable pavilions!
Pending Reservations for that date will show one of the following on the calendar:
|Ball Fields – Pending||Tennis/Basketball Court – Pending|
|Upper Pavilion – Pending||Lower Pavilion – Pending|
|Special Event – Pending||Tournament – Pending|
Confirmed Reservations for that date will show one of the following on the calendar:
|Ball Fields – Reserved||Tennis/Basketball Court – Reserved|
|Upper Pavilion – Reserved||Lower Pavilion – Reserved|
|Special Event – Reserved||Tournament – Reserved|
NOTE: Special Events and Tournaments do use both the upper and lower pavilion unless otherwise noted on the confirmed reservation.
To reserve a pavilion please fill out the Wheaton Park Reservation Application located here and follow the instructions on the application.
Wheaton Park Renter Procedures can be found here.
Size: 20’ x 20’
Capacity: 40 – 75
Number of Picnic Tables: 8
Size: 48’ x 28’
Capacity: 80 – 150
Number of Picnic Tables: 10
Wheaton Park Trail System for hiking, running, walking, cross-country skiing, and biking are currently in the development stages. Finished trails with maps coming in 2018!
Wheaton Park Outdoor Recreation Plan and Map have been developed in order to provide a long term vision for the 40 acre park expansion parcel development and how the property will integrate with the existing 20 acre park parcel to provide residents and non-residents different types of year round recreational activities.
Wheaton Park Outdoor Recreation Map can be found here.
Wheaton Boat Landing has direct access to the Chippewa River with plenty of space to park your vehicle and boat trailer while you enjoy the scenic Chippewa River!
Elk Creek State Public Fishing Area has some great trout fishing! It is also home to the Elk Creek Trout Stamp & Sports Fish Restoration Project, which was initiated as a cooperative effort on the part of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Ojibleau Chapter of Trout Unlimited. “It started in 2000 and had been originally planned as a two-year project; however, with the availability of the trout crew and surplus funds from other projects the entire 2,430 feet was completed in just two months. Record rainfall for this period (9 in. over normal) slowed the effort and added expense. 2,110 tons of granite riprap and 1,371 cubic yards of fieldstone were used to complete construction. All disturbed areas were seeded and mulched throughout the stream thread. Surveys show that trout over 12 inches inhabit this stream. This project will significantly increase the number of adult fish in Elk Creek.”: (Expenditures of Inland Waters Trout Stamp Revenues Administrative Report 52 2003,16)
Elk Creek Trout Stamp & Sports Fish Restoration Project is located
right across the street from 3687 20th Street Elk Mound, WI.
Chippewa County Snowmobile Trails explore more than 480 miles of trails with the Wheaton Trail, Sunnyside Trail, and Rough Rider Trail venturing through Wheaton Township. There are four groomers patrolling the region so you will definitely find trails that are always favorable! For up-to-date trail maps go to www.wheatonknightriders.com/.
Wheaton Ball League is all about the kids having fun playing ball and learning the game! Programs are available for kids age 4 to 14. More information is available on Town of Wheaton website under Wheaton Ball League.
If you have any questions about Wheaton Parks & Recreation please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact any of the Wheaton Parks Commission members.
Do you have Parks and Recreation Ideas? Please come to the Wheaton Fire Station and share them with us at our Wheaton Parks Commission meetings the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7 PM.