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Boulder at Play - Parks / Recreation

Our Mission

To enrich the lives of Boulder Junction's residents and visitors by:

  • Providing safe, welcoming parks and recreational opportunities
  • Fostering health, community, and the appreciation of our natural surroundings
  • Respecting and preserving the natural environment, (flora & fauna) plants, animal wildlife and all of nature
  • Creating enjoyment for the present and future generations

FEATURED PROJECT / FUNDRAISER Let’s Shoot Some Hoops…this summer!

Plans are underway for a new expanded high school size basketball court within the Boulder Junction Community Sports & Recreation Area! Removal of the current ½ court facility and the installation of a full size high school court with bleachers, benches, new baskets and new surface in the same location will happen this summer!

The current location will accommodate expansion to a high school court (84X50), requiring only the removal of 2 large and some smaller trees. There are no physical or environmental barriers to expanding the basketball court.  The estimated cost of the High School Court Expansion Project about $75,000.00.  The Fundraising target has been set at $84,000.00 due to offering 2 more community memorial benches.

Goal $84,000

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 “Hoopalooza” is a fun family event with food, games and prizes to raise the additional funds needed for the basketball court expansion project! …How many shots can you make? …Can you dribble through our obstacle course?

BOULDER JUNCTION TOWN PARKS

Please take a moment to visit our 3 town maintained parks and what they have to offer!

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Listen to Smokey…
He’s a wise old bear turning 80 this summer!

As temperatures rise and more people get outside early this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) asks the public to stay vigilant and avoid burning because of high fire danger statewide.

Lack of snow cover and accumulated rain statewide are causing an early start to Wisconsin's wildfire season. Over the past weekend alone, the DNR responded to 15 wildfires burning nearly 30 acres.

The forecast for the early part of this week indicates warm temperatures, low humidity and breezy conditions. On windy, dry days, embers from any fire, especially burn piles and campfires, can easily escape control and cause a wildfire if not properly extinguished.

Park Project Volunteering

The Boulder Junction Town Park Board researches all aspects of need for a project including, theme, equipment, surfacing, and funding resources. If you are looking to assist with any of these aspects please reach out to the Park Board. 

  • Fundraising
  • Community Communication & PR
  • Finance & Budget
  • Equipment Order, Delivery, and Site Preparation
  • Installation & Coordination
  • Beautification & Maintenance

Help Us Play Together

Make a tax deductible donation through the Boulder Junction Community Foundation.
(Any Amount / Any Time)