Parks, Trails and Water
Mazomanie is full of beautiful places to play and recreate. The many Village and area parks, trails and waterways are some of our best reasons to get outside. We also have attractive playgrounds, ball fields, park shelters, and Lion’s Park Pool.
VILLAGE PARK FACILITIES:
- Lion’s Park – Lion’s Park offers a large playground, park shelters, swimming pool, splashpad, basketball court, and baseball, softball, and soccer fields.
- Lions Park Swimming Pool -Located at 318 Park St, Mazomanie. The pool is currently closed for the season and will reopen in June of 2021. For more information call 608-795-2106 when pool is open. Click here for Swimming Lessons information. Click here for a fee schedule.
- Park Shelters – The JC’s and the Lion’s Shelters are our covered shelters. These shelters offer picnic table seating and electric outlets for use. Click here for a fee schedule.
- Turk Shelter – The Turk Shelter is our enclosed shelter offering a full kitchen, seating for 80 and its own restrooms. This facility is heated but not air-conditioned. This is used for graduation parties, family reunions and would be great for any party too large to do at home. Click here for a fee schedule.
- Westland Promenade – Through the generosity of Fred Westland, in memory of his family roots in Mazomanie, the Westland Promenade is a landscaped oasis in the downtown area. With shelters and picnic tables, the Promenade offers visitors an opportunity to escape surrounding activity and picnic or relax in shaded comfort. Click here for a fee schedule.
- Lake Marion Park – This park offers a shelter overlooking scenic Lake Marion. The park also has walking trails, including a trail leading to downtown Mazomanie.
- Wolf Run Trail – (map here); watch a drone video taken along the path of this stunning trail as it passes through downtown Mazo, winds past Lake Marion and the Bluff, and extends to Wisconsin Heights High School.
- Lake Marion Trail
- Black Hawk Trail
- Good Neighbor Trail (planned)
WATER AND BOATING:
THE VILLAGE OF MAZOMANIE IS CENTRAL TO THESE AREA PARKS AND RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES: