The Ledgeview Park and Recreation Department works to provide quality spaces, places and opportunities for our residents to play, exercise, recreate, and enjoy nature. Ledgeview incorporates over 90 acres of programmed park space in 7 different parks, 1.8 miles of paved recreation trails, over 70 acres of conservancy and greenspace, and an 18 hole public golf course. Athletic facilities include two state of the art, turf baseball diamonds, a softball/little league field, and 5 multi-purpose athletic fields. In addition to park and recreation amenities, the Park and Recreation Department oversees the urban forestry program which encompasses the planting, maintenance, care and protection of our tree population on town-owned properties. The Park and Recreation Department receives guidance and recommendations from the Park, Recreation and Forestry Committee, a group of 7 Ledgeview residents who volunteer their time to ensure the preservation of our natural amenities for the enjoyment, betterment, and health of our community.
Take a virtual tour of Ledgeview Parks to see the unique amenities each park, trail, or bicycle loop has to offer.
A dominant environmental feature of the Town is the Niagara escarpment, a limestone ridge that runs roughly north and south through the middle of the Town. Locally this feature is known as the “Ledge.” With mostly low-trafficked roads, scenic beauty, and topography, Ledgeview was the perfect place to create bike routes known as “loops” to provide an avenue for residents and visitors to explore and enjoy the nature-scape of Ledgeview by bicycle. Hence the Ledgeview Bike Loops Program. Get out and bike!
The Town purchased Ledgeview Golf Course in 2019 in order to preserve development rights and to keep the beautiful viewshed as part of Ledgeview’s heritage in perpetuity. Although the land is Town-owned, the business is operated by a third party. The vision is to bring winter activity programming to the golf course, but for now let’s support the business by booking tee times, joining leagues, taking lessons, or simply enjoying a delicious meal with friends in the clubhouse. There’s something for everyone.
Fat bike and cross country ski trails are available for public use at Ledgeview Golf Course. Trails are maintained by Ledgeview Trail Club. Donations are accepted for grooming and maintenance equipment. Check trail status at Ledgeview Trails Club or Ledgeview Trails Club on Facebook.
The Memorial & Sponsorship program allows residents to honor those who have touched their lives with a permanent commemorative gift. If there’s someone that you’d like to remember, to honor, or to simply make a donation to help support our vision for functional, safe, and aesthetically pleasing park facilities, visit this page for sponsorship opportunities.
Adopted plans can be found on this page such as Park & Recreation Plan 2019-2024, Bike & Pedestrian Plan, Community Identification Guide, Viewshed Analysis, Community Sponsorship Guide, Ledgeview Loops Study & Loop Recommendation.
Parks are the perfect location to host birthdays, graduations, or retirement parties, as well as practice sports. Ledgeview Park’s open-air shelter is close to playground equipment for the young and provides shade for those to keep an eye on their young at play. Our ball fields accommodate a variety of sports such as baseball, football, soccer, rugby, and lacrosse. Make your reservations today!
Having a large gathering? Consider renting Ledgeview Community Center. With an incredible view overlooking the Greater Green Bay Area accompanied by an outdoor patio, it’s time to relax and enjoy the ledge. The Community Center offers comfortable seating up to 120 guests in a variety of seating arrangements. Book your event today!
The planting, maintenance, care, and protection of our tree population on town-owned properties.
Over 400 million years in the making, the Niagara Escarpment (“The Ledge” as many call it) is a landscape feature like no other. The Niagara Escarpment forms a 1,000+ mile long international geologic feature that connects eastern Wisconsin, and Ledgeview, with the Niagara Falls. To learn more about what the Niagara Escarpment Resource Network (NERN) is working toward protecting and promoting, please visit their website at www.wiledge.org. Recognizing the importance of this geological feature to our community, Ledgeview continues to work toward preservation of our portion of the Niagara Escarpment through implementation of our Viewshed Analysis, Park and Recreation Plan, Town Comprehensive Plan, and development and conservation ordinances.
Parks, Recreation & Forestry Director
Phone: (920) 336-3360 Ext. 117