CALAVERA SPRINGS PARK


Calavera Springs Park
 


General Information
68.5 acres and is located in the southwestern portion of the Village on Flintville Road.  Named after Minerva Calewaerts, the park was purchased in 1991 and developed in 1998. In 2000 more work was done to improve the parks accomadations. A handicap parking stall was provided for access to the soccer/football fields. Restroom accommodations are provided for public use through port-a-potties. For organized or facility rental events, the indoor restrooms are made available for use in the building. The park's most unique feature is a flowing spring that is a tributary to Hidden Lake and the Suamico River. In order to showcase the full extent of what the park has to offer, the walking trails direct users past this spring, through open prairie, woodlands, and wetlands. 

Park shelter 
Capacity of 132 people, includes 16 eight-foot tables and 197 chairs. There is a stove/oven, refrigerator/freezer and microwave in the kitchen with a pass thru counter to the large room for serving food.  This building is available to rent April through October and is based on a first come first serve basis. We start booking November 1st for the following year's dates. If you would like to rent the Calavera Springs Park building during the months of April through October, please click here.

Amenities 
Soccer Fields
Flag Football Fields
3 Fenced Softball/Baseball Fields
Walking/Cross Country Ski Trails
2 Tennis Courts
Indoor Reservation Area With Kitchen
Concessions
Restrooms

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