RIVERSIDE PARK

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Riverside Park, one of the premier community parks in east central Wisconsin, stretches some 3,700 feet along the east bank of the Fox River in the northern portion of the city. At 38 acres, the park is Berlin's only sizable park facility. The park is heavily used by boaters, fishers, campers, picnickers, and athletes; and provides access to the Fox River for snowmobilers during the winter months. It also accommodates softball & volleyball leagues, youth programs, and hosts a number of community events and festivals.

Facilities include two lighted softball diamonds and an unlighted youth baseball diamond, each improved with electronic scoreboards and bleachers; eight volleyball courts, four of which are lighted, a frisbee golf course; over 2,000 feet of sea wall with boat moorings; a double boat launch; state-of-the-art basketball courts with glass backboards; 12 lighted horseshoe courts; 35-unit RV camping area with electronic hookups (20, 30, & 50 amp service), picnic tables, shoreline moorings, water supply, and dump station; three, large shelter houses with restrooms; electricity and parking; a concession stand; five children's playground areas; public phone; picnic tables and grills; flower beds; Clarke School Museum; a state historical market; and park system maintenance facility. Local civic groups have made major contributions towards the park's development.