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West Riverside Park (Rebel Park)
S Main St & W Rebel Rd, Saukville, WI 53080
West Riverside Park, or Rebel Park, is a public park operated by the Village of Saukville. It has a playground, picnicMore areas and a football field that's home of Rebels Football. A charter member of the Wisconsin All American Youth Football League, the Rebels are a tackle football team for kids in 5th through 8th grade.
Stacker Park
W Chestnut St & S Webster St, Port Washington, WI 53074
Not far from Grand Avenue on the corner of Webster and Chestnut streets, Stacker Park is a half acre "mini park" with aMore play area, drinking fountain, benches, picnic tables and basketball court with two hoops. Features of the playground include both toddler and regular swings, multiple slides and climbing equipment. The Ozaukee Interurban Trail, a 30-mile paved bicycle path, passes nearby along the northern side of the park, which also contains a bike rack in addition to its plentiful free on-street parking.
Ozaukee County Planning & Parks Department
121 W Main St, Port Washington, WI 53074
The Planning & Parks Department works to organize the natural resources in the area to be sure visitors andMore residents have the chance to enjoy the local nature, ecology and recreational opportunities in the best way possible. The department maintains Ozaukee County parks and trails and a few golf courses (including disc golf at Tendick Nature Park in Saukville) and plans for ways to sustain these resources as the future demands. The Planning & Parks Department is found on the second floor of the Administration Building, in room 220.
Lion's Park
Thomas Dr & N Holden St, Port Washington, WI 53074
Lion's Park is a one-acre "mini park" found next to the area water tower. Dedicated by the Port Washington Lions Club inMore 1997, the playground here includes a sandbox, miniature rock climbing wall, swings and multiple slides, with benches and picnic tables to enjoy the scenery and an outdoor meal. There's also a one-hoop basketball half-court, drinking fountain and bench overlooking the freeway. Plenty of free parking is available on the residential streets.
Antoine Park
E Norport Dr & Parkway Dr, Port Washington, WI 53074
This 6.5-acre tree-lined "mini park" features a two-hoop basketball court and a playground with tot play equipment,More climbing areas and slides, plus a sandbox and merry-go-round. Picnic tables make outdoor meals easy to enjoy here, with a drinking fountain on the premises as well. Antoine Park also hosts a supervised summer program. Call the phone number provided or visit the Port Washington Parks and Recreation website for details.
Westport Meadows Park
W 2nd Ave & W Portview Dr, Port Washington, WI 53074
Westport Meadows is a neighborhood park with a six-acre expanse of open grass with trees dotting the west side. A picnicMore table with shelter and grills are perched atop its gently sloping hill, while the lower flat area is used for soccer. Free parking is available on the residential streets.
Gilson Park
E Jackson St & N Lake St, Port Washington, WI 53074
Just across from Newport Shores restaurant, this 0.3-acre special purpose park sits right against the shores of LakeMore Michigan and features a fish-cleaning station. With a bench to enjoy the view of the water, Gilson Park is also a great spot to kick back in the grass and enjoy a good book, whether you prefer to soak up the sun or stay cool in the shade of the trees. Metered parking is available on Jackson Street, while a parking lot lies kitty corner from the site, across from the Lighthouse Condominiums.
Veteran's Memorial Park
430 N Lake St, Port Washington, WI 53074
Formerly known as Lower Lake Park, Veteran's Memorial Park is located on Lake St. across from the American LegionMore Memorial building. Amenities here include public beach access, concert bandshell, playground, benches, picnic tables and public restrooms with drinking fountains. The park shelter is available to rent for private events, with a $75 dollar reservation fee. Online rental applications are available at the Port Washington Parks and Recreation website. Also available is the Port Washington Yacht Club, which hosts a variety of social, sail racing, cruising and fishing events throughout the year. 
Bley Estates Park
Bley Ct & Bley Pkwy, Port Washington, WI 53074
Bley Estates Park's 2.4 acres are nestled within a residential neighborhood with free on-street parking. It features aMore play area and plenty of open grass to play a game of catch or toss a Frisbee around. Parents can relax on a bench or at a picnic table while the kids enjoy the playground, which includes both toddler and regular swings, as well as slides, climbing equipment and a puzzle game. 
Stadler Construction
4704 River Park Rd, Saukville, WI 53080
Stadler Construction specializes in remodeling, renovations, and construction of residential and commercial properties.
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