UPDATE: 9/2/2020 --
Wisconsin Rapids Municipal Zoo is CLOSED for the season!! Thank you for visiting and we'll see you next year!
UPDATE: 8/31/2020 --
The Witter Splash Pad will be closing on September 1st, due to contractual winterization agreement.
The Mead Splash Pad will remain open until September 13th.
City Parks, including playgrounds, are now open. Restroom facilities are also open.
Please see Mayor Blaser's press release HERE for more details.
The Wisconsin Rapids Zoo opens on June 16. Follow this link for more information.
The Wisconsin Rapids Parks and Recreation department has the responsibility of providing for the efficient and effective delivery of recreational and park services throughout the city. The department provides a wide range of services, programs, and facilities to strengthen and enhance the quality of life for city residents. These services include programs and events for youth and adults, park facilities and reservations, and special event programs. The department also serves to facilitate the coordination of services and facilities for the provision of recreational opportunities by other agencies and organizations.