Mequon’s Parks and Preserves

The Mequon-Thiensville landscape encompasses more than two dozen parks and preserves spread across hundreds of acres.

From Mequon's newest restoration project, the state-of-the-art 400 acre Mequon Nature Preserve to "little" Villa Grove Park on the Milwaukee River, Mequon is not lacking in wide-open spaces. In fact, it's this almost rabid commitment to maintaining Mequon's natural landscape which makes the city so unique.

In any season, walk, jog, bike, fish, explore and enjoy some of these local treasures:

Garrison’s Glen - 22 Acres
Grasslyn Nature Preserve - 15 Acres
Highland Woods - 85 Acres
Katherine Kearney Carpenter Park - 35 Acres
Lemke Park - 41 Acres
Lilly Lane Nature Preserve - 12 Acres
Little Menomonee Site - 20 Acres
Mequon Community Park - 16 Acres
Mequon Nature Preserve - 438 Acres
Prinz Site - 10 Acres
Pukaite Woods at Rotary Park - 18 Acres
River Barn Park - 37 Acres
River Forest Nature Preserve - 62 Acres
Riverview Park - 20 Acres
Rotary Park - 75 Acres
Scout Park - 12 Acres
Settlers Park - 1 Acre
Shoreland Nature Preserve - 19 Acres
Swan Road Prairie - 20 Acres
Trinity Creek Wetland Habitat - 35 Acres
Villa Grove Park - 5 Acres
Willow Bay Nature Preserve - 22 Acres
Ozaukee County Mee-Kwon Park
Ozaukee County Virmond Park
Ozaukee Interurban Trail

Get to Know Your Parks Series: Mequon Community Park

View of Mequon Community Park with trees, picnic tables and playground

Read a book, slide and swim. The Mequon Community Park is a vital resource for our community, as it links the Mequon-Thiensville library, public pool, Ozaukee Interurban Trail and a fantastic park for families. Picture this fun summer day . . . Meet your friends and their kids at the Mequon Community Park for a playdate on the tot pirate ship playground. Munch peanut butter and jelly ... [Read more]