1301 Harbor Rd, Oconto WI
Breakwater Park is a one-acre park located at the mouth of the Oconto River. Offering a pavilion, great fishing areas, boat-launching and boat slip rentals, this is a park you don’t want to miss! Take a drive out to the end of the jetty and take in the view of the beautiful bay you’ll be sure to come back.
* To rent a boat slip, please contact the Park & Recreation Department at 920.834.7706. Oconto River.
Corner of Spies Rd and Park St, Oconto WI
Located midway between the mouth of the Oconto River and Oconto’s central business district, this six-acre park offers a pavilion, fine fishing areas, plenty of open space and a boat-launching ramp. Stop by during Copperfest for exciting activities and catch the truck & tractor pulls on its constructed dirt track.
5182 County Hwy N, Oconto WI
A hidden gem, City Park is a 24-acre park located on the shore of Green Bay with 700 feet of water frontage. This park is great for taking in Oconto’s beauty. It offers restrooms, two large pavilions great for picnics, special events, parties or reunions. You’ll also find playground equipment, horseshoe pits, two sand volleyball courts, fire pits, and nine newly constructed campsites for first come first serve campers. Enjoy a peaceful day on the sandy beach or take a splash in the bay. .
Copper Culture State Park
260 Copper Culture Way, Oconto WI
Copper Culture State Park is a 45-acre park located on the north bank of the Oconto River filled with a great amount of history. A monument erected by the State Historical Society and the Oconto County Historical Society in 1952, this park contains a 7,500-year-old burial site. At one time this was considered to be the earliest evidence of human settlement in North America east of the Mississippi River. You’ll also find a pavilion, picnic areas, fishing areas and walking/hiking trails. Enjoy the day hiking followed by a rest along the banks of the Oconto River..
There is no cost of admission to the Park. Attractions include the Copper Culture Museum and a walking trail with historical and nature signs. The City sponsors a candlelight walk through the trails annually that is fun for the whole family. In addition, there are bike racks, restrooms and charcoal grills available for use. Also, Copper Culture Park is stop number 1 on the Ride Oconto History bike routes
Ride Oconto History
State Park website
Corner of Main and Superior, Oconto WI
Freedom Park is a small but charming park located in the downtown area of Oconto. Oconto’s newest park, it was constructed with the support of volunteers, funds from both private contributors and T.I.F. money. It is used primarily as a resting area for people of all ages. The Park has a historical marker, a fountain that was once a baptismal font, concrete benches plus site amenities. In addition, the Park has bike racks for your convenience and is a stop on the Ride Oconto History bike routes. Stop for a rest while shopping in historic downtown and while you’re there why not wish for something special in the water fountain.
Holtwood Sporting Complex & Park
115 Holtwood Way, Oconto WI
Holtwood Park has 68 acres along 4,000 feet of frontage on the Oconto River. A sports haven, this park contains two pavilions, a fishing area, a boat launch, six ball diamonds, playground equipment, two sand volleyball courts, wide-open space, picnic areas and a football/rugby/soccer field. Try something new on any given day of the week at this grand sporting complex. You can always catch something going on.
7th Street, Oconto WI
Sharp Park is a 22-acre park that was donated to the City of Oconto. Park development was financed in part by federal funds through the Community Development Block Grant Program. There is a substantial amount of wooded acreage with walking and biking trails in the summer and cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails in the winter. The cleared area has a picnic area, restrooms, playground equipment and lots of open space, great for a game of frisbee. It also hosts Oconto’s ice rink in the winter and roller rink in the summer. Take in the beauty of nature year round.
Built in 2014 and 2015 with funding generously donated by the Bond Community Foundation, Bond Park is located on the banks of the Oconto River along the City’s bicycle/pedestrian trail. Stop at the park to work out on the exercise equipment or watch the kids play, or enjoy the perfect view of the Oconto River while sitting on one of the park’s benches.