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Parks

Enjoying the urban outdoors is easy in Wauwatosa. Over 2,000 acres of green space welcomes visitors, and the local parks are full of amenities for a great recreational experience.

  1. This nearly 200-acre park is a popular choice year-round thanks to the Currie Park Golf Course, a popular dog park, and one of the area's top sledding hills.

    3535 N Mayfair Rd
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53213
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  2. Hart Park

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    Hart Park

    Set along the Menomonee River, Hart Park has everything you need to get active or just have fun in nature. This 19.5-acre park features a playground and splash pad for the kids and athletic fields including 12 tennis courts, a softball diamond, two sand volleyball courts and an eight-lane running track available for the public’s recreational use.

    7201 W. State Street
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53213
    (414) 471-8420
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  3. Built on the site of a former quarry, this park is now home to a pond, playset, and an intricate stone labyrinth. Stop by for a weekly farmers market in the summer months.

    W Keefe Ave
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53213
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  4. Hoyt Park

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    Hoyt Park

    Hoyt Park is a hotspot for kids and adults alike, thanks to the popular TOSA Pool and adjacent beer garden. This outdoor community pool is fun for all ages, with zero-depth entry, competitive lap lanes and even a giant slide. But the fun doesn’t end when the pool closes for the season.

    1800 N. Swan Boulevard
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53226
    (414) 257-7275
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  5. A hidden gem, this tree-filled park is popular with walkers and joggers following the Oak Leaf Trail as well as families taking advantage of the wading pool, Tot Lot, and picnic areas.

    6501 W. Hillside Ln
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53213
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  6. Open from May through October, The Landing at Hoyt Park is Wauwatosa’s beer garden. Set against the natural beauty of Hoyt Park, enjoy an ever-changing menu of local craft and imported beer and live music, open Wednesday through Sunday.

    1800 N. Swan Boulevard
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53226
    (414) 302-9160
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  7. The Oak Leaf Trail, ideal for biking, walking, running and roller-blading connects Hart Park to the Village’s center. In the summer, the park is home to the popular Tosa Tonight free concert series and community Fourth of July celebrations.


    Wauwatosa, WI •
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  8. Tosa Skatepark

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    Tosa Skatepark

    Hart Park is also the home of the new Tosa Skatepark. This park welcomes bikers, skateboarders and inline bladers and is designed to offer fun for all skill levels.

    7300 W. Chestnut Street
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53213
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  9. A popular neighborhood spot with a playground, open lawns, and baseball and softball diamonds.

    10300 W Wisconsin Av
    Wauwatosa, WI • 53213
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