The old town landfill is a 40 acre parcel of which about 35 acres is hardwoods.The town plans to develop trails in the wooded area which can be used for things like nature walks, biking, bird watching, and cross-country skiing. The plans for the old landfill site, which is now a beautiful field surrounded by woods, includes a playground, shelter, picnic areas, and a sledding hill in the winter. The open field can be used for many kinds of recreational events.
The Stone Barn is the one of the last surviving all-fieldstone barns of its kind in the country. The vision for the barn restoration and property is to enhance the history of site. Plans also include a walking path, a bridge over the bordering creek, restrooms, and a picnic/play area. The park can be used for all types of events including school field trips, picnics, weddings, farm events, markets, and more. If you would like to help in the development of the parks, please call the Park Commisson Chairman Norb Reinhard Jr. at 920-822-8413.
Future Stone Barn Park
Park Hours: All public parks and public playgrounds in the Town shall be open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.