Free concerts by the Fort City Band at Barrie Park's bandshell, over 125 years of community baseball at Jones Park, 9 miles of the Glacial River Trail & Fort Riverwalk, fishing at Lorman-Bicentennial Park & Riverside Park, and impressive picnic facilities. Turn back the clock and bring your kids to the 1832 replica Fort, get active on the many playgrounds & ball fields or enjoy the serenity of the Rock River or Bark River Nature Park…Fort Atkinson has it all!
Fort Atkinson's largest park houses an Aquatic Center, 2 shelters, tennis & basketball courts, an archery range, playground, 2 walking trails, youth football fields, and an obstacle course
Home of the Generals, Blackhawks, Teeners, Legion & Jr. Legion baseball teams. 1 shelter for rent, 2 playgrounds and more.
Over 1000 adult softball players call Ralph Park home from May-October. 2 lighted softball fields, playgroud, restrooms are an integral part of the park.
Home of Fort youth baseball. This multi-diamond facility has everything a kid could want, dugouts, scoreboards, batting cage and more.
Park along the Rock River and Fort's Riverwalk.
Home to Fort Atkinson's City Band during the summer. This park features a unique bandshell for concerts, a playground, and a restored fountain.
A neighborhood park on the south side of Fort Atkinson
A former Jefferson County Park that is dedicated to veterans.
One of the city's parks which has the Glacial River Bike Trail running throughit. A small shelter provides a great resting spot.
Fort Atkinson's neighborhood park on the North side of town.
Fort's only parkland in the middle of a city block.
A paved bike trail that runs from Watertown to Janesville. Restrooms, drinking fountains and numerous sculptures are found along the way.
Follow the Rock River along Fort Atkinson's own Riverwalk.
An all-wheels park in the fundraising stage