Pettibone Park

Pettibone Park

Search for: Follow Us   Request Visitors Guide! Pettibone Park Pettibone Park was opened in 1901 originally being in Minnesota but later became La Crosse property. This park is well known for the beach, but the beach makes it well known there are many other...
Weigent Park

Weigent Park

Search for: Follow Us   Request the Guide! Weigent Park Weigent Park opened in 1977 on the Southside of La Crosse where old Central High resided. Weigent park creates a wonderful atmosphere for families. The park has a playground, shelter, tennis court, softball...
Copeland Park

Copeland Park

Search for: Follow Us   Request the Guide! Copeland Park Copeland Park was opened in 1909 and is located on the Northside of La Crosse. Copeland is well known for the train, being the Northside Oktoberfest grounds and for housing the Loggers baseball field....
Green Island Park and Ice Arena

Green Island Park and Ice Arena

Search for: Follow Us   Request the Guide! Green Island Park and Ice Arena Green Island has something for everyone, but what it is known for is the ice arena and the worker’s memorial grove. Other than that, there is a softball field, basketball court, open...
Houska Park

Houska Park

Search for: Follow Us   Request the Guide! Houska Park Houska Park opened in 1937. Formerly known as Isle La Plume Park, Houska Park is located slightly south of downtown La Crosse alongside the Mississippi river. The park features a playground, a shelter, a...