Mukwonago Park

Come to the park during the day and stay the night at either the 6 reserved group camp sites or pop your tent at one of the 30 sites in the first come, first serve family camping area. Picnic tables, a firepit and outdoor restrooms are available. This 355-acre park site includes a high ridge, formed during the last glacial period, which stretches nearly the length of the park. Park visitors of all ages will be delighted to discover the park's commanding view of the rolling terrain and farmlands typical of southeastern Wisconsin. The oak opening ridge is covered with presettlement vegetation including Burr Oak, Shagbark Hickory, and ground cover of prairie plants. While strolling through the Oak Savannah ridge, you may spot a Red-tailed Hawk or Turkey Vulture, a known specie to this park's habitat.

Hours of Operation

Sunrise to 10 p.m. year-round

Campground Type

  • Tent
  • Camping

Publicly Owned

  • Yes

Number of Campsites

  • 30

Swimming

  • Yes