Town of Dunkirk, Wisconsin

Recreational Resources

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Dunkirk Community Parks

All Dunkirk parks are open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

1. Charlie H. Lyon Memorial Park
County Road N, south of the Leslie Road/County Road N intersection

Lyon Park is open shoreline along the Yahara River near the Dunkirk Dam. It's a beautiful spot visited by fishermen. A parking lot is located on the southern end of the park.

2. Anderson Avenue Park
Anderson Avenue, east of Racetrack Road

Anderson Avenue Park consists of an open, sunny lawn with play equipment for young children and basketball hoops.

3. Pleasant View Drive Park
Pleasant View Drive, northeast of Fox Prairie Elementary School and South Avenue

Pleasant View Drive Park offers soccer fields, basketball hoops, and play equipment.

4. Rolling Acres Park
Ash Street, on the northern end of the street

Rolling Acres Park provides a tennis court as well as play equipment in the shade of nearby trees.

5. Ash Street Park
At the Ash Street and Tareyton Circle intersection

Ash Street Park includes a soccer field, basketball hoop and play equipment.

6. Riverwood Estates Park
At the Riverside Drive and Westchester Circle intersection

Riverwood Estates Park is located on the Yahara River and, like Lyon Park, the landscape is beautiful. Located under a grove of towering oak trees, Riverside Estates Park has play equipment and a lawn in the shade as well as a small but scenic space along the river.

Viking County Park

2525 County Hwy B
Stoughton, WI 53589

Viking Park is a Dane County Park that offers a small picnic shelter, a nature trail, dog exercise area, and shoreline fishing. A trail connects the park to nearby Stoughton. The park can be reached by driving north on County Highway N from US Highway 51 in Stoughton.

www.countyofdane.com/lwrd/parks/parklist.asp#viking

Lake Kegonsa State Park

2405 Door Creek Road
Stoughton, WI 53589

Lake Kegonsa State Park is located just north of Dunkirk. This 342-acre park offers opportunities for camping, hiking, swimming, and boating as it sits beside Lake Kegonsa. This park can be accessed by taking County Highway N north. Turn left on Circle Drive, which becomes Williams Point Drive. Go right on Door Creek Road to find the park entrance on the left.

www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/land/parks/specific/lakekegonsa/

Department of Natural Resources Sites

Grasslake Duck
Taylor Lane Public Hunting Ground

Stoughton Conservation Club

984 Collins Road
Stoughton, WI 53589
(608) 873-8933

The Stoughton Conservation Club is a private organization for sportsmen that offers a rifle range as well as leagues for pistol, trap, skeet, indoor bow and outdoor bow.

www.stoughtoncc.org

Madison Retriever Club

The Madison Retriever Club was formed in the early 1950's. The purpose of the club is to promote the training of purebred retrievers to bring their natural qualities to perfection, and to protect and advance the interests of retrievers by encouraging sportsmanlike competition at field trials and hunt tests.

www.madisonretrieverclub.com

Dunkirk Dam Lake District

P.O. Box 83
Stoughton WI, 53589