Lancaster Parks

Located between Lincoln and Cherry Streets on the east side of the City, immediately to the north of the Lancaster Golf Course, Memorial Park is Lancaster’s most used recreation area. It contains an excellent variety of recreational facilities and support facilities, including a swimming pool, 74 picnic tables, 7 picnic shelters (3 may be reserved), a good selection of playground apparatus, interior park roads, two softball diamonds with fencing and lights, bleachers, drinking water, and a basketball court. A pond with a handicapped-accessible pier provides a place for people to fish in the summer. The park also has two volleyball courts and a sledding hill. Four restroom buildings are also located at different locations throughout Memorial Park. 
A truly unique and one of a kind Lancaster Area Veteran's Memorial includes twelve granite tablets with the names of all Lancaster Area Veterans and at the top of the tablets the entire "Pledge of Allegiance" is displayed in phrases. Two soldier sculptures stand as sentinels at each end of the walkway.

Ryland Park is located alongside the Schreiner Memorial Library at 113 West Elm Street, and is primarily open space and the home of the Library bandshell.

Klondike Park is located approximately two miles north of the city’s corporate limits on CTH K,  adjacent to the Grant River. Its recreational improvements are largely associated with passive recreation in the form of picnicking (4 tables) and fishing. The area is also used for nature study and has historical significance to residents in that it contains remnants of the city’s first public water supply system. There is also a restroom building located on the premises, but it is not handicapped accessible.

Schreiner Park  This community park located at on Schreiner Park Road  has been developed with nature trails, a shelter building with four tables, Frisbee golf course, and a “par course” for exercising. Walking bridges have been added to enable people to cross the stream that flows through the park. This park is intended primarily as a nature preserve, so the city does not provide any access for automobiles, with parking provided at the entrance..

Courthouse Square The historic Grant County Courthouse, built in 1902, is a historic glass-and-copper-domed building located at 126 West Main Street in Lancaster, Wisconsin, in center of downtown Lancaster.  With it's ornate dome and numerous fresco's inside, is one of the most beautiful courthouses in the State of Wisconsin.  

Baus Park  was acquired by the City in 1999 and is located on W. Nathan Street, just west of South Madison on the south side of the City. The land was developed into a park that includes a football/soccer field, basketball court, and handicap accessible playground equipment. The City has teamed up with local fourth graders to plant trees in Baus Park for Arbor Day, To see the highlights of the day, click on the following link Arbor Day Tree Planting.