Playground Park

Over the past 3 years, our community along with the Park Board have successfully raised over $320,000 for the installation of our new playground!  This coupled with the volunteer effort for the installation and the fundraising efforts for grants and other donations would probably equate to well over $400,000.  The power of our volunteers cannot be minimized!  Thank you to all who donated and volunteered with the install!  We are grateful!  The children of Boulder Junction and surrounding areas are also grateful! 

Paved Bicycle Trail

The Paved Bicycle Trail runs through the Boulder Junction Community Sports & Recreation Area and is part of the entire Heart of Vilas County Bicycle Trail System. In fact, it was the beginning of this 52-mile magnificent trail system that started over 25 years ago here in Boulder Junction.

If you go South on this trail it will take you by beautiful North and South Trout Lakes. Going North/West through Boulder Junction, headed towards Manitowish Waters there will be an opportunity to encounter our newest addition to the trail, North Creek Loop which is an extension of the trail at Hwy H which provides safe travels along Hwy H.  The completion of this “Loop” will be this summer and it will connect with North Creek Rd and rejoin the bike trail again at Hwy M. which will return the biker back to the playground area.

In front of this “Town Park” is the little log cabin housing the Boulder Junction Chamber Office.  If you are visiting the area, please stop in and receive a wealth of knowledge from the office staff, plus Boulder Junction Visitor’s Guide, road maps, trail maps, paddling routes and tons of information about what the area has to offer. There are so many beautiful spots to see and trails to follow in the area.  You can visit the Chamber website online also for information and ideas for your visit!

Basketball Court

Basketball Project Fundraising
We have a fundraising plan to raise $40,000 for the expansion of the basketball court at the Boulder Junction Community Park.


Tennis & Pickleball Courts

The two tennis courts serve a dual purpose for Pickleball and Tennis at this time. Adjustments to the net height make pickleball possible. These courts get a lot of use in the summer and are located directly behind the Boulder Junction Chamber Office. Courts are on a first come basis with one exception, see below.

Tennis vs Pickleball Court Days/Times

Pickleball players have priority for use of both courts on the following days and times:

Monday, Wednesday, Sunday: 8am - Noon

Earl Sturm Memorial Baseball Field

The Minocqua Men’s Softball League
The Minocqua Men’s Softball League consists of 8 teams. The League uses the field from the 3rd Thursday in May until the 3rd Thursday In August for games from 7pm until approximately 9:30pm each week. The league is organized by Todd Christensen 715-614-0574. For more information please call Todd.

The Muskies T-ball Team
The North Lakeland Area Summer Baseball Sign Up is going on right now! (March 5th until May 1st ) Boulder Junction T-ball team is run by Dan Driscoll, Town Clerk 715-385-2220 and Henry Royer, Park Board member, 608-719-2627. The “Muskies” team is comprised of 4-12 year olds. The games are on Wednesdays from the week of May 15th through the week of July 10 at 5:30pm.

NOTE: The Muskies team is in search for a sponsor to help fund team T-shirts and hats. If you are interested, please call Dan Driscoll 715-385-2220.

Family Fun Games, Area Ball Tournaments and Pick-up Games
The field can be used at any time that it is not in use by these leagues on a first come basis.


Boulder Junction Skatepark is a popular outdoor skateboarding facility located in the town of Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. The park offers a range of features suitable for skaters of all skill levels, including beginners, intermediate, and advanced skaters.

The park’s surface is made of smooth concrete, providing a durable and low-friction surface for skaters to ride on. The park features a variety of obstacles, including a half-pipe, rails, ledges, banks, and stair sets, which allow skaters to practice a range of tricks and maneuvers.

Boulder Junction Skatepark also offers plenty of space for skaters to ride and practice their skills. The park is open to the public free of charge and is well-maintained throughout the year.

Overall, Boulder Junction Skatepark is a must-visit destination for any skateboarder or anyone interested in outdoor recreation in the area. With its range of features, smooth surface, and stunning surroundings, the park is sure to provide an enjoyable and memorable experience for all who visit.


Help Us Play Together

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