The Town of Minocqua has numerous parks offering a variety of activities.
Minocqua Park Complex
Description: This 27-acre park facility sits on the former “Circle M Corral” property
Location: 10295 Highway 70 West
Amenities: 4 baseball fields with concession stand, two sand volleyball courts, playground, football/soccer field, covered pavilion with kitchen and ADA accessible restrooms, picnic tables, grills, multipurpose green space. The seasonal Minocqua Farmers Market takes place here.
Torpy Park & Beach
Description: 4-acre waterfront park
Location: Downtown Minocqua, 705 Hwy 51
Amenities: Beach, restrooms, pavilions, picnic shelters, grills and tables, tennis courts, playground, sand volleyball court, parking area, ice skating rink during the winter months.
Minocqua Ball Park
Description: Baseball field, playground, volleyball. The park also serves as the staging area for the Minocqua 4th of July Parade.
Location: Highway 51 South of the bridge
Amenities: Baseball field, playground, sand volleyball court, rest rooms.
Description: Small and tranquil urban park
Location: Downtown at 503 Flambeau St. on the grounds of the Minocqua Museum.
Amenities: Educational learning center shelter, green space with benches, planters, and walkways.
Minocqua Winter Park
Description: 40-acre park owned by the Town and situated within a 6,500-acre wilderness area.
Location: 7543 Squirrel Hill Rd.
Amenities: 80 kilometers of professionally groomed cross-country ski trails for both skating and diagonal, a heated chalet with restrooms, concessions, lighted trails, equipment rental and sales, waxing room, parking, and storage space for grooming equipment, trail shelter. Lift-assisted snow tubing runs, a snowshoe trail, and ice skating pond.
Description: This bleacher-lined facility on Lake Minocqua is the site of the longest-running amateur water ski show in the nation
Location: 395 W Park Ave.
Amenities: Rest rooms and concessions during Min-Aqua Bats Water Ski Shows.
Description: The Town of Minocqua owns and maintains this large public pier, which is a remnant of an earlier Highway 51 bridge
Location: Adjacent to US Highway 51 bridge on Lake Minocqua.
Amenities: Lighted, handicapped accessible fishing pier, and non-accessible dock for 5 boats, 11 asphalt public parking spots, hand railings with slots for wheelchair accessible fishing, over 5,400 square feet of deck on the pier, section of decking that is wheelchair friendly.
Description: Half-acre wooded shoreline park
Location: East of the Schoolhouse Bay boat landing on Lake Minocqua.
Amenities: This park has landscaping, a walkway down the slope to the lake, a picnic table, grill, and pier for fishing and docking.
Bearskin Trailhead Park
Description: Trailhead for the Bearskin State Trail
Location: Downtown Minocqua behind the U.S. Post Office
Amenities: Interpretive trailhead, bicycling, snowmobiling, educational learning center, picnic tables, ADA accessible restrooms, information board.
Description: Small urban park in central downtown
Location: Downtown Minocqua
Amenities: Year-round ADA accessible restrooms, green space with benches, veterans memorial, pavilion, picnic table, bicycle rack, vending machine, informational display.
Other Recreational Facilities
Below are additional recreational facilities.
Schlecht Lake Ski Trail
Description: This WDNR maintained 10km trail has 3 km lit for night skiing in winter, and is available for hiking in summer. This trail’s natural grassy knolls wind around three lakes and through hardwood forests, making it a spectacular sight in the fall.
Location: Located on Leary Rd., just south of downtown Minocqua.
Amenities: 10km trail has 3 km lit for night skiing in winter and available for hiking in summer.
Minocqua Gun Club
Description: Minocqua Gun Club is a not-for-profit, public shooting facility.
Location: 7877 Gun Club Rd., 1.5 miles south of the bridge on Hwy 51 on Gun Club Road
Amenities: Remodeled clubhouse, four trap fields, skeet range, sporting clays, wobble trap, double birds.
Lakeland Ice Arena
Description: The Lakeland Hawks Ice Arena is a non-profit skating facility that supports the development of skating among people of all ages and abilities. The Arena offers various programs for youth to adults including hockey leagues, open skating, figure skating, and learn to skate programs. A new outdoor ice rink has recently been added to the facility.
Location: 7961 Old Highway 51
Amenities: Indoor ice arena, outdoor ice rink