Parks General Information
The Village of Summit owns and maintains four parks that offer a variety of amenities for Village residents and visitors to enjoy. Village parks are open by ordinance from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Park restrooms and facilities are open from April 15 through October 15 each year, depending on weather. Pets are allowed in Village Parks and must be kept on a leash at all times, except in designated areas.
|Park Name||Designation (Size)||Amenities|
|Genesee Lake Road Park (Village Park)||Community Park (77 acres)|| 4 Baseball diamonds and batting cage
Open field space for active sports (lacrosse, soccer, etc.)
Paved parking lot with 168 spaces
|Peter Prime Park
|Neighborhood Park (1.62 acres)|| Basketball court
Grass baseball field
Open play area
|William Jones Park
|Undeveloped Park (1.37 acres)||Open play area|
|Atkins Olson Memorial Park
Special Purpose Park (3.67 acres)
| Trail access to Bark River for canoe and kayak use
Pavilion with picnic tables
Open play area
Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan
The Village has developed a Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP) that provides a framework for the development and use of the Village’s park and open space system. For more information, please visit the Comprehensive Outdoor Park & Recreation Plan (CORP) & Master Plan page.
Park areas are available for reservation up to 12 months in advance. A Park Reservation Application & Permit must be approved and all applicable fees paid in full to secure a reservation. Fees are refundable if cancelled more than one business week from the date of a reservation, less a $15.00 processing fee. Reservations cancelled less than one business week from the date of a reservation will not be refunded. Reservation fees for Village of Summit residents are $50.00 per day, and non-resident fees are $75.00. 20-Amp electricity is available at Genesee Lake Road Park (Village Park) only.
Responsible drinking is permitted in most parks in accordance with Wisconsin Statutes with completion and approval of an Alcohol in Parks Permit. Park disturbances or the possibility of underage drinking will be addressed by the Village of Summit Police Department.
Please contact the Village Public Works Director at (262) 567-2757 or by email at email@example.com request a reservation. To assist you with planning, approved park reservations may be viewed on the following online calendar: Village of Summit Park Reservations
Park or Public Property Vandalism
To report vandalism, please contact the Public Works Director at (262) 567-2757 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Village of Summit recognizes the benefits from financial, material, and labor contributions from local businesses, service clubs, and community groups. Donations assist the Public Works Department to extend services beyond the limits of Village funding.
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The Village of Summit Park Committee was dissolved, effective June 2016. Contact the Village Public Works Director with any questions.