Parks

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Community Parks

Bradley Park- located on West Spirit Avenue. Offers a pristine view of virgin timber surrounded by water. Playground, picnic area (with two picnic shelters), grills, restrooms, boat landing and children's fishing lake.

Frenchtown Park- located on Anna and Wilson streets offers a playground, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, baseball field and swimming beach.

Kahle Park- located on Business Hwy 51 and County Hwy S offers a playground, baseball field and tennis court.

Pride Park- located on 9th Street and Lincoln Avenue offers a playground, baseball field, winter outdoor ice skating rink and skateboard park.

SARA Park- located on West Somo Avenue offers a baseball field, soccer field, volley ball, activity center, indoor ice skating/hockey rink, playground, swimming beach. Primitive camping available.

Dog Park- located west of SARA Park on Somo Avenue,across the railroad tracks. The dog park is a fenced,off leash area with three acres for large dogs and a half acre for small or shy dogs and is open dawn to dusk all year. Puppies must be at least four months old and all dogs must be licensed and have up to date vaccinations. The suggested user donation is $2.00 per dog per day or $20.00 per dog per year. For more information and a complete copy of our Dog Park rules please e-mail Jo-Ski at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Timms Hill- located 24 miles west of Tomahawk on Hwy 86 offers the highest point in Wisconsin with an observation tower, picnic area and playground.

Veterans Memorial Park- located on River Street next to the Wisconsin River offers a fishing pier, playground,volley ball, covered picnic areas and restrooms.

Washington Park- located next to the Chamber office offers a picnic area, playground, gazebo, historical museum and restrooms. During the summer months, there is a Thursday morning flea market.

Water Works- Park located on Hwy 86 west offers a scenic picnic area with small pond.

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Skateboarding Parks

Skate Board Park- Pride Park at 9th Street off of Hw. D


For park rental information, please contact Tomahawk City Hall at (715) 453-4040.

The Hiawatha and state trail and the Tomahawk Riverwalk trail are just a couple of the trails that offer a variety of activities including hiking, biking, ATV and snowmobile activities.

For seasonal trail information, contact the Chamber at (800) 569-2160, or click here for current trail reports (winter only).

Discover Lincoln County's trails by clicking here.

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