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Parks and Recreation

Kewaskum Park & Recreation Information

The Village of Kewaskum is served by three parks.   The Kiwanis Community Park, River Hill Park and Reigle Family Park provide a wide range of recreational opportunities for citizens of all ages. Combined, the parks have excellent facilities including picnic areas, playground apparatus, tennis, pickle ball courts, volleyball, fishing, basketball, sledding, soccer, softball, kitchen facilities with electricity and running water and open-air shelters.

Kewaskum is also home to a small neighborhood park, located on Knights Avenue.


Kiwanis Park

Kiwanis Community Park

Kiwanis Park is a thirty-four acre public park located at 1599 Brooklane Drive. Park amenities include basketball courts, tennis courts, pickleball courts, hiking trails, playgrounds, and ball diamonds. Kiwanis Community Park is host to Kewaskum Athletic Association's youth sports and tournaments.  

The Friends of the Parks group is fundraising for improvements to Kiwanis Park.

Reigle Park

Reigle Family Park

Reigle Family Park is a thirty three acre park located at 690 Edgewood Road.  The park land was donated by the Reigle family to the Village of Kewaskum for youth sports.  Kewaskum Youth Soccer Organization currently hosts game here.  A hiking trail along the prairie, pond and soccer fields are available for all to enjoy.

River Hill Park

River Hill Park abuts to the Milwaukee River, providing fishing, kayaking and paddleboard activities to Village residents and visitors.  This park is home to the Village's impressive fireworks display on July 3rd. It also is host to the Kewaskum Area Art Council's Music in the Park on Tuesday's in summer. 

The Kewaskum Historical Society is next to the park and holds the Early Farm Days event in September.

Kewaskum Friends of Parks

The Kewaskum Friends of Parks group has been established to fundraise for improvements to our Village Parks.  The Village has plans for Kiwanis Community Park that includes installing a splash pad, an all possibility playground, a beer garden and expanding the parking,  In addition, the baseball field layout will be improved as well as improved trails throughout the park.


To learn more about the group and their fundraising events, check out their Facebook page.


Recreation Resources

Many types of recreation abound nearby the Kewaskum community for outdoor enjoyment of every season. The Ice Age Center invites you to witness the geological phenomena of two giant ice sheets that shaped the area. The Northern Kettle Moraine and Southern Kettle Moraine areas offers camping, skiing, golfing, snowmobiling, hiking, riding stables, boating, hunting and much more.

The Village of Kewaskum contains a portion of the Eisenbahn State Trail--a 25-mile multi-use trail that spans from the Village of Eden to the City of West Bend.
Youth Sports

Youth Sports

Youth sports in the Village are ran by the following non-profit organizations:

Kewaskum Athletic Association offer the following programs

  • Baseball: Grades 4k-8th
  • Girls' Fastpitch Softball: Grades 3rd-8th
  • Volleyball: Grades 5th-8th
  • Volleyball Camp: Grades 4th-6th
  • Flag Football: Grades 1st-4th

Kewaskum Youth Soccer Organization offers soccer programs for U7/8 to U14.

Kewaskum Gridiron Club is part of the Wisconsin All-American Youth Football League and offers tackle football programs and cheerleading for Grades 5-8.

Kewaskum Indians Wrestling Club 

Kewaskum Youth Basketball