Parks & Facilities

Announcements


The Meadows Park playground will be removed the week of May 9th. Once removed the City will prep the site for the new playground that will be installed the week of May 23rd. All work is weather dependent. 

The new playground is depicted here!

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This is a new playground being constructed by GRG Playscapes. The new playground is crafted with natural materials which are sculpted to draw out the beauty of the land they’re built upon. The new playground is being created to serve residential areas within the City that are west of HWY 12 and south of HWY 14. The new playground is located on the South Fork Trail with public parking on the north side of Market Street. The playground is scheduled to open in early June.

Click Here for the concept art. 


Market Street playground

Park Responsibilities


The Middleton Parks and Recreation Department oversees all parks and facilities within the City of Middleton. The Department is responsible for all reservations, planning, maintenance and yearly improvements on the land within its jurisdiction. The Middleton Parks include six community parks, six neighborhood parks, eight mini parks, which include a Splash Pad and Dog Exercise Park.

Facility Overview














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Dec. 2021 Middleton Park Facilities and Services

Community Parks

  • Firefighters     
  • Firemen's     
  • Lakeview     
  • Orchid Heights     
  • Penni Klein     
  • Taylor

Neighborhood Parks

  • Hinrichs Family Farm     
  • Middleton Hills North     
  • Middleton Hills South     
  • Middleton Station     
  • Parisi     
  • Stricker     
  • Woodside Heights

Mini Parks

  • Baskerville     
  • Boundary Road     
  • Hawkridge     
  • Hillcrest     
  • Meadows     
  • Middleton Ridge     
  • Parkside Heights     
  • Pheasant Branch Ridge   
  • Stonefield

Special Use Areas

  • Lake Street Boat Launch
  • Metropolitan Community Park     
  • Middleton Bike Park  
  • Quarry Skate Park     
  • Walter Bauman Aquatic Center