Park Information

PLAYMORE PARK - Playmore Park (3072 Graydon Ave.) is a small neighborhood park of 0.75 acres.  The park serves the entire Village with it’s large play equipment area.  This handicap accessible park provides a recreational area for pre-schoolers and younger elementary school students.  Facilities provided include handicap swing, bounding and climbing apparatus, slides, picnic tables and a handicap accessible restroom.  The play equipment is placed on a rubberized safety surface to accommodate handicap accessibility.

TOM ROSSMILLER SPORTS COMPLEX & FRANCINE L. PEASE SKATE PARK- The Sports Complex & Skate Park (3090 Graydon Ave.) is located on the west side of the Village and occupies 9.33 acres of land.  The park includes a grandstand, an athletic field for baseball and other activities, skate park, concession stands and storage structures.  The area opposite the grandstand is arranged as a lighted softball field.

 MITCHELL PARK - Mitchell Park (3090 Graydon Ave.) is located directly north and adjacent to the Amusement Park and extends all the way to Highway 20.  This area is being renovated with 3 new baseball/soccer fields.

Lynndale Playground (1879 Valley Dr.) is a small neighborhood park located off of Frontage Road.  The park occupies 0.3 acres of land and provides recreational facilities for pre-schoolers and elementary school students.  Facilities include a tire swing, baseball backstop, climbing apparatus, sand area and picnic tables.

BOOTH LAKE MEMORIAL PARK - Memorial Park is located on Townline Road.  The park includes a swimming beach, a bathhouse with toilet facilities,  sheltered picnic area and boat ramp with parking space.  During the summer months, concession services are offered.  Life guards are also on duty.

 VILLAGE SQUARE- The Village Square (2881 Main St.) ccupies 0.75 acres of land.  The Square provides a green area and promotes the nostalgia of the rural community.  A 1929 bandstand houses’ toilet facilities and a drinking fountain for public use. The picnic tables and shade trees make the square suitable for relaxation.

PULLIAM NATURE AREA- This nature area is located north of Lynndale playground on the east side of Thomas Drive (1824 Thomas Dr.) and consists of 13.0 acres.  Pulliam Nature area has been burned and restoration of natural prairie grasses is in progress.  These areas will be used as a nature areas, hiking, cross country skiing and sledding.

 WEST KETTLE NATURE AREA- This nature area is located on the west side of Thomas Drive (1825 Thomas Dr.).  Extensive tree planting by third grade students has been done in the West Kettle Nature Area.  These areas will be used as nature areas, hiking, cross country skiing and sledding.

MILL POND PARK- Mill Pond Park (2265 Hwy G) is located on the south side of the Village.  It has a small pond and a walking path.  It borders East Troy Lake and consists of nearly 30 acres.  The pond provides exceptional fishing accessability.   

DOG PARKS-While the Village of East Troy does not offer any Dog Parks there are several near by.  The closest ones are Price Park, part of the Walworth County park system and Mukwonago Park and Dog Exercise Area, part of the Waukesha County park system.

     Price Park-For directions and details click here-Price Park offers two exercise areas and several trails, waste bags and collection containers.

     Mukwonago Park-is located at S100 W31900 Cty. Hwy. LO, Mukwonago; Daily Entrance Fee: $4.00/car; 2017 Annual Sticker(available online or at Mukwonago Park); Regular: 1-Vehicle $32.00/car, 2-Vehicle Package $50.00/car, Senior(60+):  1 – Vehicle, $16.00/car, 2 -  Vehicle Package, $27.00/car; Park Hours:  Sunrise to 10:00pm Year-round; Dog Exercise Area:  Sunrise to 10:00pm Year-round; Beach Hours: Sunrise to Sunset Beach will be swim at your own risk. For additional information regarding online services, activities, as well as the Dog Exercise Area, at W235S9925 Beulah Road, click here or check them out on Facebook 



Abuse and vandalism of your community and neighborhood parks and facilities is a serious problem.  Problems concerning vandalism can be costly and time-consuming to correct.  If you witness acts of vandalism or the results of such acts, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 642-6255, ext. 226, or the East Troy Police Department at 642-6251.  Have pride in your parks and facilities, and please show community support to prevent vandalism.

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