Parks & Recreation

The Village serves as a crossroads/recreational gateway to the Wolf River which is approximately two (2) miles north of the Village.

The Village offers an extensive and well-planned parks, trail and recreational system totaling 145.3 acres.

Any Park Rentals can go through the Village Office - 920.779.6011 ext. 8

Commercial Club rentals can be done via Commercial Club Park Rental page

Comprehensive Outdoor Rec. Plan - Hortonville CORP

Alonzo Park / Hortonville Lion's Club 310 E. Main Street (STH 15)
11.5 acres, est. 1974
Playground equipment, sandboxes, covered shelter with picnic tables, volleyball pits, horseshoe pits, nature trail and restrooms.
Miller Park 530 W. Main Street (STH 15)
4.8 acres
Playground equipment, sandbox, tennis courts, softball diamond, restrooms in season.
Otto Miller Athletic Field 130 John Street
18.7 acres, est. 1978
Three (3) softball diamonds (2 lighted), baseball diamond, soccer field (WIAA regulation), concession stand with restrooms, and covered shelter.
No animals allowed except service animals or law enforcement animals.
Veterans Memorial Park Main Street (STH 15)
0.4 acre, est. 1992
Gazebo, walking path, historic marker, and Peace Memorial
Wildwood Park Grandview Rd.
3.1 acres, est. 1977
Undeveloped, rustic with nature theme
Black Otter Fishing Pier Located next to Bridge on S. Nash St.
0.2 acre on Cty M
Handicapped accessible
Black Otter Lake Accessible from Black Otter County
Park, Alonzo Park,
75 acres, man-made in 1848
additional access from public boat landing (Lakeshore Drive),
fishing year round.
Black Otter Park / Lake Access Main St. (STH 15)
0.3 acres
fishing pier, boat access, picnic area, 2 small shelters
Commercial Club John St.
12.5 acres
privately owned, 2 shelters
(1 enclosed), 1 baseball diamond, playground equipment, restrooms, 1 basketball court
WIOWASH Recreational Access Trail Lakeview Ave., 19 mile trail,
5.5 acres within Village, major pedestrian and bicycle trail, extends from Black Otter Lake to Oshkosh.  Future plans call for extensions in phases to the north (Wolf River) and east (Fox Valley cities).