Mukwonago Park

Updated: 11/26/2014 03:21:00 PM

Mukwonago Park

Mukwonago Park

S100W31900 County Hwy LO
Mukwonago, WI 53149

(262) 363-7658

Park Hours: Sunrise to 10 pm (Year-Round)
Beach: reopens June 2015  

Reservations for 2015 Picnic Areas and Group Camping Areas are taken starting January 2, 2015. Click here for more info. Thank you!

NEW It's official! Mukwonago Park Dog Exercise Area is now open at W325 S9925 Beulah Rd. in Mukwonago. Daily park entrance fees apply. See you there!


Mukwonago Links:

Park System Home Page
Park System Fees
Building Rental
Picnic Areas
Park Map
Reservation Request

Mukwonago Park is nestled in the southwest quarter of Waukesha County approximately three miles west of the Village of Mukwonago. This 355-acre park site includes a high ridge formed during the last glacial period which stretches nearly the length of the park. Park visitors of all ages will be delighted to discover the park’s commanding view of the rolling terrain and farmlands typical of southeastern Wisconsin. The oak opening ridge is covered with presettlement vegetation including burr oak, shagbark hickory, and ground cover of prairie plants. While strolling through the oak savanna ridge, you may spot a red-tailed hawk or turkey vulture, a known species to this park’s habitat.

Activities & Amenities

(Click on park symbol for more info)

parking Restrooms Drinking Water Electric Building Rental Picnic Areas swimming Volleyball Court Archery Sledding Hill Geocaching Hiking Mountain Biking Fishing XC-Skiing Camping Winter Hiking/Dog Walking/Snowshoeing Dog Exercise Area


Proper conditions for grooming ski trails vary depending on amount of snow, current temperatures, wind, etc. Waukesha County monitors these conditions regularly in order to ensure a timely start to the grooming process after or during a snow event. Once we have established packed and tracked trails, an update to the below information will follow. Thank you!    

Updated Tuesdays and Fridays by 5 pm starting November 25.

Please note: Winter Trail Assail races are scheduled for Nashotah Park on Saturday February 14. On that day, Nashotah Park's ski trails are available only for limited use 8 am - 2 pm. Thank you!

Cross-Country Ski Trail conditions as of Friday January 23, 2015 

Park Conditions Base Trails are:
Menomonee Park Poor ¼" Open
Minooka Park Fair ½" Open
Nashotah Park Poor ¾" Open

Reminders Fox River Park, Muskego Park, and Retzer Nature Center have packed trails only for use by hikers, snowshoers, and cross-country skiers. These trails will not be tracked. 

At Menomonee, Minooka, and Nashotah Parks, hikers must remain on designated trails.


Sledding Hills conditions as of Friday January 23, 2015:

Park Conditions Snow Cover
Menomonee Park Poor ¼"
Minooka Park Poor
Mukwonago Park Poor
Nashotah Park Poor

Snowshoe Trails
There are no specific snowshoe trails. We ask that all snowshoers refrain from using the groomed ski trails, so we can keep them in the best condition possible. Please follow the signs.

Snowshoes are available to rent at Retzer Nature Center for:
$9.00 all day 
$5.50 half day 
 - For more information please call (262) 896-8007.

Snowmobile Trails                                View Snowmobile Trail Map
For trail conditions call the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association's Hotline at (414) 299-0330 or via their trail conditions website.  For information about snowmobile clubs in the Waukesha area, see the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association's website at

Winter Dog Walking Trails
Hiking is not allowed on cross country ski trails during winter months. All of the Waukesha County Parks have dog walking trails, as well as  Recreational Trails. (Sorry, no dogs allowed at Retzer Nature Center.) These trails are designated during the winter months to keep the groomed trails in the best condition possible. Follow the signs and stay on the designated trails.
Please be courteous to others and:
 - Pick up after your dog(s)
 - Keep your dog(s) leashed (6' maximum leash length)

Dog Exercise Areas.
Waukesha County Parks operates three off-leash Dog Exercise Areas (DEA):