Sussex Parks and Recreation Department W240 N5765 Maple Ave, Sussex, WI53089 The Village of Sussex provides a wide range of recreational, athletic, enrichment, youth, adult and senior citizen…More programs. Its website also includes significant information and participants are also able to register online for facility usage and participation in many programs. The village is well-known for its large number of well-developed park locations and facilities.
Madeline Park Waukesha Ave & Elm Dr, Sussex, WI53089 Serving the village's east side as a neighborhood park for passive recreation, Madeline has an expansive playfield for…More informal field sports.
Butler Wetlands Maple Ave & Good Hope Rd, Sussex, WI53089 This parcel of village land is undeveloped for recreation but is overseen by the Parks and Recreation Department for…More potential future development as an accessible natural area. Currently, for those brave enough to blaze their own trails and to risk wet, muddy feet, it is a good place for bird and butterfly watching or to look for native prairie plants in bloom.
Mapleway Park Maple Ave & Donna Dr, Sussex, WI53089 Mapleway, located on the village's north side, is a children's play park. It features modern play structures,…More including a rope climbing web. The Parks and Recreation Department places portable toilets at Mapleway in the summer.
Sussex Community Center W240 N5765 Maple Ave, Sussex, WI53089 Sussex Community Center is home to the parks and recreation department. The community center is based on Maple Ave. in…More Sussex. The center offers numerous senior programs and also handles park and facility rentals. Some programs and sports activities offered to residents include disc golf, baseball, fitness programs, day trips, special events, educational programs and more. Check the main site for a full schedule of programs and events or for details on renting facilities.
This is Sussex's premier park, with sweeping open spaces and a nature trail for recreation and top-of-the-line…More facilities for most major sports, concessions in season, restrooms and a large picnic shelter house for group gatherings, generously sponsored by the local Lion's Club. Baseball is big in Sussex, and this is where it is played.
The park spreads throughout 75 acres and features ball diamonds, a seasonal concession stand, sledding hill, nature trail, playfields/open space, indoor restrooms, playground equipment, three open air shelters, an enclosed building, tennis and volleyball courts and an 18-hole disc golf course. There are also plenty of play places for small children.
Old Brooke Square Main St & Silver Spring Dr, Sussex, WI53089 This small public area is located along the west bank of the small creek that meanders through the heart of Sussex. Even…More though it faces a busy intersection, it's a nice place for a stroll or a lunch out-of-doors. Old Brooke Square features a four-faced clock tower as well as a winding paved and lighted path with benches. The path also provides access to the Bugline Recreation Trail at the south end of the park.