• Mukwonago Park


    S100W31900 County Hwy LO
    Mukwonago, WI 53149
     
    (262) 363-7658  

    Park hours: Sunrise to 10 pm (Year-Round)  
    Beach hours: 
    2016 beach season starts May 27 through September 30, from sunrise to sunset.

    For the 2016 season, Mukwonago Park and Minooka Park Beach is "Swim At Your Own Risk"


    More Information:

  • Activities & Amenities
    Parking  Restrooms  Drinking Water  Electric  Building Rental picnic swimming volleyball Camping hiking Archery Fishing biking Geocaching XC-Skiing Winter Hiking & Snowshoeing Dog Exercise Area
  • Park Description
    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.
  • ALERT:  

    Minooka Park Trail Closures 

    Bridle Trails: Oct. 5th and 12th 2 - 7pm for a cross country meet.

    Mountain Bike Trails:Oct. 15th 8am - 3pm for a bike Race. Spectators welcome.  

                                                                                                          

    • Check status before you go! 
    Bringing your buds to the three Dog Exercise Areas? Ready to saddle up on our bridle trails? Planning on a ride at Minooka Park mountain biking trails? Launching your boat at a Waukesha County lake access

    Sounds great! Visit Waukesha County Parks status & conditions page, charge your music player, grab your sunglasses and go! See you soon.

  •  NEW Online Services

    Reduced Rate Annual Stickers are available Sept. 16 (at park location and online)

    Resident: $16.00
    Senior: $10.00
    Non-resident: $21.00

    There is no discount for additional stickers or 
    Lake Access.