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Bleeker Street Boat Launch

Delivery Boat

912 Bleeker Street

Delafield WI 53018

*Resident only access onto Nagawicka Lake/ Resident only Parking

* Public boat launch onto Nagawicka Lake:

 Naga-Waukee Country Park off Highway 83

Bostrom Memorial Park

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255 Mulberry Dr

Delafield WI 53018

Bostrom Park is a 5.9 acre community park containing open space, a biking and walking trail, picnic facilities, playground equipment, and a tennis court.


Cedar Valley Park

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300 Johns Street

Delafield WI 53018

Cedar Valley Park is a one acre neighborhood park that provides very basic park amenities such as child play equipment, open space for recreation and a picnic area.


Cushing Memorial Park

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600 N Cushing Park Rd

Delafield WI 53018

Cushing Memorial Park is an 8.8 acre park that has been developed into a major attraction for people of all ages. The Fort Cushing play area coupled with the last stops on the Veterans Memorial Riverwalk have realized much of the potential that this historic park has to offer. The natural beauty of the Bark River, adjacent wetlands, and mature trees provide a picturesque setting. It also serves as a vital connector hub for trails that connect adjacent neighborhoods to the Veterans Memorial Riverwalk, Lake Country Recreational Trail and the new Cushing road bike path leading to Lapham Park.


Fireman's Park Softball Field 

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Located off both Main Street and Milwaukee Street near downtown Delafield.  Fireman's Park, maintained/groomed by the Department of Public Works team, offers a beautiful softball field, pavilion & restrooms.

Reserve all City of Delafield Parks 

Fireman's Park Play Area/Restrooms

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Entrances off both Main Street and Milwaukee Street

Delafield WI 53018

Firemen’s Park is one of the most popular parks in the city. Its 7.5 acres has full facilities to house large picnic events and baseball/softball leagues/tournaments. It has a variety of children’s play equipment and the City Park System’s only basketball court.  Restrooms are available.


Delafield Community Ice Age Trail Segment

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Lapham Peak Segment—7.6 miles: UW-Waukesha Field Station at Glacial Drumlin State Trail to Cushing Park Rd. Delafield Segment—2.8 miles: Cushing Park Rd. to STH-83

Downtown Delafield provides hikers and cyclists using the trail with dining, shopping, clothing and convenience businesses during their adventure.

Fish Hatchery & The Sports Complex


425 Main St.

Delafield WI 53018

Delafield Fish Hatchery Building is a location for meetings, reunions, weddings & receptions, group meetings and more. Reserve building through City of Delafield.

The Delafield Fish Hatchery sports complex is an 11 acre park located in downtown Delafield. It borders the Bark River. It contains facilities for baseball, softball, soccer, volleyball, covered picnic shelter, a playground and ice skating rink in winter.


Lake Country Recreation Trail

Walk in Nature

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 farmlands and rolling hills. Catch views of Pewaukee Lake and Upper Nemahbin Lake from atop some of the taller hills. 

There are a few on-road stretches along the way, including a stop in downtown Delafield for dining, shops and convenience items.

Paul Sandgren Recreational Trail


S. Cushing Park Road

Delafield WI 53018


 Nicknamed “The Connector.”


This paved trail follows Cushing Park Road in Delafield south 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 restrooms are available at  the Cushing Memorial Park which is 0.1 miles north of Main Street or at Lapham Peak Unit of the Kettle Moraine Forest.


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