The Town of Neenah has four parks that total over 49 acres. The parks are located throughout the Town and are close to many residential areas.
The Parks & Trails Committee manages the parks. The committee is made up of a group of volunteers that meet once a month from April through October. If you are interested in joining the Parks & Trails Committee, please contact the Town Chairman.
1536 S Park Ave, Neenah, WI 54956
This is the Town's largest park at 25.8 acres. It includes five tournament-quality soccer fields, 2 baseball diamonds, half-court basketball courts, volleyball courts, sledding hill, and playground. In addition to the recreational activities that Mahler Park offers, it also has a pavilion with kitchen amenities and restrooms. The pavilion is available for rent and with an abundance of parking, is an excellent spot for graduation parties, baby showers, weddings, and other family events.
To rent the pavilion at Mahler Park, please contact Cowling Property Management at 920-725-0426 or visit http://www.pavcoofthefoxvalley.com/cpm/mahler-park/
The rental fee for Town Residents is $65
The rental fee for Non-town Residents is $85
There is a $50 security deposit for all rentals. The deposit is returned if the facility is left in clean, undamaged condition upon completion of your rental.
Mahler Park exhibit
754 Dartmouth Dr, Neenah, WI 54956
This park is an 8.1-acre park. The park has a baseball diamond, playground, volleyball court and pavilion with picnic tables. There is also a walking trail through a naturally preserved area.
Franzoi Park exhibit
128 Klompen Ct, Neenah, WI 54956
This park is a 6.3-acre park. The park includes a baseball diamond, volleyball court, and playground. The park features a wooded area with a walking trail with several picnic sites along the trail. Off-street parking is available at the park.
Keating Park exhibit
1674 S Park Ave, Neenah, WI 54956
This park is 9 acres and features a wet retention pond with wildlife including geese and turtles. The park itself has a paved trail that winds through prairies grasses, wildflowers, and wetland plantings. There are picnic tables and benches along the trail.
Conservancy Park exhibit