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Plamann Kid's Day June 11, 2016  




Plamann Park has 257 acres of scenic hills and trails. The park offers many park activities that you will discover as you browse through this website. During the snow season you can find various winter recreation opportunities..

Please note that alcoholic beverages are not allowed without a permit issued by the parks department.

Dogs are not allowed in Plamann Park. (The county does have a dog park you can take them to).

Children's Farm

The farm is the home of several young farm animals on loan from local farms in this area and are living in a farm like setting. The animals, cows, pigs, goats, sheep and rabbits can be viewed and petted by visitors from outside the fence. Feeding of the animals by visitors is not permitted because some of the young animals are on special diets. The animals are returned to their "home" farms as they become bigger or at the end of the summer season. Opens May 21st, 2016 and closes September 6th, 2016.

The Cow Path Trail

While you are visiting the Children's Farm try hiking the Cow Path Trail. This trail was created as an Eagle Scout Project. The trail is 1,745 ft. long.


The Plamann Park course is a 5-star rated 27 pole disc golf course. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the course. The course hours are from 7:00 to dusk. Please bring your own Frisbees. No reservations are necessary for disc golf.

More Things To Do

If you are interested in sports activities, there are baseball diamonds, volleyball courts, tennis courts, and horseshoe pits. Plamann Park also has self-guided nature trails and hiking trails. You can also find winter recreation.

We do not reserve ball diamonds, volleyball courts, or tennis courts for individuals or groups. It is “first come, first serve” except when the facilities are being used by Plamann Park leagues.

2015 Plamann Lake Fees & Hours

plamann_lake-swimmingPlamann Lake opens June 4th, 2016. The lake closes for the season on August 21st, 2016.  Hours of operation for open swimming this year are 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Admissions Ages:

0-3 Years: Free
4-15 Years: $2.50
16-64 Years: $3.00
65+: Free

Season Passes Ages:                                    

4-15 Years: $20.00
16-64 Years: $25.00
Family: $70.00 for the first 4 family members living at the same address
and $5.00 for each additional child

Swim Lessons

Session I registration date for 2016 is Thursday, June 16th at 11:00 a.m. at the bathhouse. Session I runs from July 11th to July 28rd. Session II registration date is Thursday, July 28th at 11:00 a.m. at the bathhouse. Session II runs from Aug 1st to Aug.18th. Class times are 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. or 12:00 noon - 12:45 p.m. , Monday thru Thursday. Fridays are reserved for cancellation make-up days.

Cost of lessons are $25.00 per person, per session.

Questions? Call 832-4790 or 832-4900 after the lake opens. (Updated 12/30/2016)


The park's location is north of Appleton, Wisconsin at 1375 E Broadway Dr between N Meade St and N Ballard Rd (County Rd E). Location Map | Plamann Park Map (pdf)



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