The City of Kaukauna features 35 City-owned parks and open spaces. There are a number of privately owned and operated open spaces, as well as school-owned parks that contribute an additional 270 acres of parks and open spaces. These 35 open spaces make up 458 acres of dedicated park and open space in the City limits and feature a wide range of settings, amenities, and natural environments.
To view the City of Kaukauna Recreation and Open Space Master Plan, click here, or for each individual chapter, see below:
- Chapter 1 – Introduction and Statement of Need
- Chapter 2 – Goals, Strategies, and a Community Vision
- Chapter 3 – Parks and Recreation Standards
- Chapter 4 – Planning Process
- Chapter 5 – Summary of Past Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plans
- Chapter 6 – Description of the Social Characteristics of the Planning Region
- Chapter 7 – Description of the Physical Characteristics of the Planning Region
- Chapter 8 – Outdoor Recreation Supply Inventory
- Chapter 9 – Outdoor Recreation Needs Assessment
- Chapter 10 – Recommendations for Outdoor Recreation Provision
- Chapter 11 – Appendix – Supporting data, tabular data, graphics, maps, tables
Kaukauna High School’s Civic Engagement Class is working to revitalize Fassbender Park, located at Quinney Ave. Thanks to a generous donation from The David and Rita Nelson Family Fund, this project is starting to take shape. When complete, the park will include LED trees, as well as real trees, and an amphitheater (see images below). The Kaukauna Cheese Crock will stay with the park, along with new a statue of Electa Quinney. Click here to learn more about Fassbender Park.
Veterans Memorial Park Ring of Honor
After years of planning and construction, the new Veterans Memorial Park Ring of Honor in Kaukauna, Wisconsin was dedicated on October 20, 2012. The completion of this Memorial was truly a community effort. Click here to view more details about this park, including a list of memorial bricks.