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DELAFIELD TOURISM OFFICE & VISITORS CENTER:

262-646-8100

888-294-1082

 

421 Main Street

Delafield, WI 53018

Tourism Director, Deb Smith

Email: council@visitdelafield.org

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American Legion Park

Address: 333 N Lapham Peak RD. Delafield, WI 53018

  • American Legion Park: Baseball diamond, play structure, restrooms, picnic shelter, off-street parking

Bleeker Street Boat Lauch

Address: 912 Bleeker Street, Delafield, WI 53018

*This boat launch is for City of Delafield Residents only

Public Boat Launch is located on HWY 83 in Naga-Waukee County Park

Bostrom Memorial Park

Address: 255 Mulberry Dr., Delafield, WI 53018

Cedar Valley Park

Address: 300 Johns St., Delafield, WI 53018

Cushing Memorial Park

Address: 600 North Cushing Park Road, Delafield, WI 53018

At the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War in 1863, Delafield native First Lieutenant Alonzo H. Cushing fell at the young age of 22. It was in on Memorial Day in 1915, Cushing Memorial Park was dedicated and a monument erected to honor Alonzo Cushing as well as his two heroic brothers, William and Howard. 

Fireman's Park

Address: 1100 Main St., Delafield, WI 53018

Baseball diamond, basketball court, play structure, restrooms, picnic area, off-street parking

A great place to set up chairs and watch the annual 4th of July Parade!

Fish Hatchery & the Sports Complex

Address: 417 Main Street, Delafield, WI 53018

The fish hatchery was constructed as part of Wisconsin's program to replenish local bodies of water after concerns they were being over-fished. In addition to the building, the grounds included six ponds and more than 1,400 feet of pipe line.[2] The building featured two interior concrete tanks. Fish that were bred on the site include walleye and bass.

The hatchery served its original purpose until 1953, when it was converted into a research center. In 1980, the state deeded the site to the city and has since been used for public recreation.

Baseball diamond, soccer fields, pavilion, play structure, sand volleyball, off-street parking

To Rent the Building for events please call City Hall - (262) 646-6220 for assistance. 

Ice Age Trail

The City of Delafield is an official Ice Age Trail Community!

Ice Age National Scenic Trail - 11.3 Miles 
*Walking/Hiking Trail only ( No Bikes )

 

Two beautiful segments of the nearly 1,200 mile route are located in the Delafield Area. The 3.5 mile Delafield Segment of the trail marked with yellow blazes is shared by the Lake Country Recreation Trail.

 

Take the Lake Country Recreation Trail west towards downtown Delafield and continue west past the Delafield Fish Hatchery on Main Street. Turn left on Cushing Park Rd. for 0.5 mi. as you enter the 7.8 mile Lapham Peak Segment of the trail.

 

Here you can continue on foot or you can follow the paved Paul Sandgren Recreation Trail on bike for another 2.5 miles to Hwy-18. Leaving the Lapham Peak Unit, the Ice Age Trail Crosses Hwy-18 and connects with the Glacial Drumlin State Trail.

Paul Sandgren Recreational Trail

Paul Sandgren Recreational Trail – 3 Miles


The Paul Sandgren Recreational Trail (formerly designated as the Cushing Park Recreational Trail), nicknamed “The Connector”, is a paved trail that follows South Cushing Park Road in Delafield and provides an off road connection between the Lake Country Recreation Trail and the Glacial Drumlin State Trail. This trail also provides entry into the Lapham Peak unit trails of the Kettle Moraine State Park as well as the Ice Age Trail. It joins the Glacial Drumlin State Trail at Hwy-18.

Parking and Trail Access

 

Parking and restrooms are available at Cushing Memorial Park which is 0.1 miles north of Main Street or at Lapham Peak Unit of the Kettle Moraine Forest.

Lake Country Recreation Trail

Lake Country Recreation Trail – 15 Miles


Trail runs from the western edge of Waukesha to Oconomowoc in Wisconsin’s Lake Country area. Most of the trail was built on a former Milwaukee-Watertown Interurban Railway right-of-way with views of farmland and rolling hills. Occasionally, you can catch glimpses of Pewaukee Lake and Upper Nemahbin Lake from the tops of some of the taller hills.

There are a few on-road stretches along the way, including in the quaint downtown area of Delafield. The popular Naga-Waukee Park and Naga-Waukee War Memorial Golf Course are located along the trail just to the east of the town. Visit the park to enjoy swimming, boating and fishing in Nagawicka Lake.

Parking and Trail Access
Parking and restrooms can be found at the Delafield Fish Hatchery on Main St., a trail-head on Delafield Rd. at the western edge of Upper Nemahbin Lake or to the east at Naga-Waukee Park from Hwy-83.

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