With over 150 parks, miles of scenic trails, 14 golf courses, beer gardens, dog parks, beaches, community centers, botanical gardens, nature trails and hundreds of events, there's always something new to discover in your Milwaukee County Parks.
FALL IN THE PARKS!
Our Top Picks for Fall Activities in Your Milwaukee County Parks
Lap Swim, Lessons or Water Exercise
Noyes and Pulaski Indoor Pools reopened in September. Head to the pools page for hours and details.
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Mums, Mosses & Mushrooms
Visit the Mitchell Park Domes from Sept. 25 - Nov. 7 for the annual chrysanthemum floral show.
Sign up to be a Brew Hero micro-volunteer. Help us clean up trash from the parks and trails for a chance to win Brew Hero goodies.
Get the Parks Explorer App
Add our Parks Explorer app to your phone to find parks and trails near you, check the open status on amenities, share photos, earn digital badges and more.
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Got Questions? Visit Our Knowledge Bank
Head to our knowledge bank to find answers to what you can, or can't, do in the parks, and find guides to applying for permits, picnics and more.
Visit the Knowledge Bank
Visit our careers page to apply for seasonal, full-time and lifeguard positions in the parks.
Parks in Peril
Milwaukee County Parks is tackling a serious funding crisis that jeopardizes the future of the system. Learn more about the funding challenges, and about what you can do to help, at our Love Your Parks microsite.
Visit Love Your Parks
Get the Latest Parks News
Don't miss out. Sign up for our parks e-newsletters for the latest news, jobs, special offers and capital project updates.
Protecting Our Natural Resources
From lagoons and marshes to forests and prairies, the environmental work of Milwaukee County Parks is vital to the health of the region.
Learn more about the work of our natural areas and forestry teams to protect the natural resources of Milwaukee County Parks.
Explore Milwaukee County's network of Forked Aster nature trails.