Looking for a venue to hold a special event such as a Wedding or Corporate Event, Waterloo Parks has everything for you.


Waterloo Firemen's Park

A lot of towns have a Firemen's Park, but none that match the history and beauty of Waterloo's Firemen's Park.  It is 60 acres of recreation and nature.  Located in downtown Waterloo, you can do many different activities in Firemen's Park from a Softball Tournament to your Wedding night.  Included in the 60 acres is the "Gem" of the city, the 1911 C.W. Parker Carousel which can be rented for any event held at Firemen's Park.

For more on rental information or history of Firemen's Park please see the links below or contact City of Waterloo Parks Coordinator at (920) 478-3025 or e-mail parks@waterloowi.us.

ziaja 961         Waterloo Parks Policy       Rental Contract        Parks Fee Schedule


Waterloo Regional Trailhead

The Waterloo Regional Trailhead (WRT) is a park located in Waterloo, Wisconsin, which officially opened to the public on December 14, 2013. The mission of the WRT is to connect people to the land through recreation, conservation, and tourism; promote an active and healthy lifestyle; and serve as an engine for economic development fueled by recreation and tourism. In part, the WRT serves as a community park to the city of Waterloo. An interpretive center combined with the grounds provide the community with opportunities to host community events, private parties, and educational programs.

To learn more, contact City of Waterloo Parks Coordinator at (920) 478-3025 or email parks@waterloowi.us.

WRT Rental Contract           WRT Visitor Survey    







 Camping Available!!

Looking for a night under the stars camping?  Look no further than Firemen's Park.  Camping sites along the "Mighty Maunesha" available along with RV Sites.  Clink on the link below for a Registration and Mapping or for more information contact City of Waterloo Parks Coordinator at (920) 478-3025 or email parks@waterloowi.us

Camping Registration                          Camp Site Map