Sports & Fitness
When it's time to break a sweat, Milwaukee County Parks are the go-to spot for thousands of Milwaukee-area residents.
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Cancellation Weather Updates
Milwaukee County Parks reserves the right to cancel, reschedule or relocate any rental if rental facility is not in playable condition. Every attempt possible will be made to avoid any and all inconveniences to customers. Groups who fail to follow field condition decisions could be charged for damages regardless if permits are taken out. In the event of a cancellation during the week for ball fields, see the table below. If computer access is not available, you may call the sports office (414) 257-8030 Monday - Friday after 4 p.m. For weekend rentals, park operations personnel will be in direct contact with the permit holder at least two hours prior to start of rental.
Sign up for an annual membership at the King Center or the Kozy Center for open gym basketball or access to the boxing ring. The Milwaukee County Sports Complex also offers open gym for basketball, pickleball, volleyball and soccer.
Get a Fitness Membership
Stop at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex and join in the country's fastest-growing sport! Meet new friends and have fun as you play on a modified, indoor tennis court with a low net. Bring your paddle!
Start your Pickleball Addiction!
Noyes and Pulaski indoor pools are open year-round, offering swim lessons, water exercise and lap swim. During the summer, head to the 50-meter Wilson outdoor pool, family water parks or deep-well pools.
Find a Swimming Pool
Choose from 13 golf courses ranging from par-3 courses, perfect for beginners, to the tournament-standard Brown Deer Golf Club. Slash up to 50% off green fees with the Players Discount Program.
Find a Golf Course
Disc golfers can choose from five full courses, including 27 holes at Dretzka Park. The full courses require a daily permit or season pass to play. Five short, practice courses can be played for free.
Find a Disc Golf Course
Combine golf and soccer when you play a round of FootGolf in Milwaukee County. Play nine holes at Zablocki Park Golf Course.
Book a Tee Time or Plan an Outing
Ice Skating & Hockey
Skate year round at Wilson Ice Arena. The NHL-size rink offers open skate, hockey and figure skating lessons, and even Eisstokken, a German sport similar to bowls — but on ice.
Visit Wilson Ice Arena
Join the Milwaukee County Social Softball Leagues for fun with friends and colleagues after work. Leagues run in the summer and fall, with games held in the evenings at a variety of Milwaukee County parks.
Sign up for a Softball League
The multi-use Oak Leaf Trail provides over 135 miles of paved trail for cycling. For off-road or fat-tire cycling, try one of five mountain-bike trails. Find organized cycling events on the Parks Events Calendar.
Learn More About the Trails
Play at tennis courts in 18 Milwaukee County Parks. Seven locations are lit for night play. Rent on a first-come, first-served basis.
Find a Tennis Court
No matter the time of year, there's always some bump, set and spike action happening! In winter, the Milwaukee County Sports Complex hosts indoor leagues. In the summer, head to Bradford or Grant Park Beach for sand volleyball organized by Volley Life.
Join a Beach Volleyball League
Dozens of organized runs, from short fun runs to marathons, are hosted in parks, on trails and along Lincoln Memorial Drive in downtown Milwaukee. See the Parks Events Calendar for races throughout the year.
Find Upcoming Races
Join the Milwaukee County COED Kickball League for fun with friends and colleagues after work. Leagues run in the summer and fall with games held in the evenings.
Join the Kickball League