Winnebago County Parks Dept. Covid-19 Updates


2021 Community Park Shelter Reservations

The Winnebago County Parks Department will start accepting shelter reservations on February 1. If you are interested in reserving a shelter, please review and fill out the Shelter Reservation Permit Application. You can view information about available shelters and prices on the Community Park webpage.


Help us improve Grundman Boat Landing

The Winnebago County Parks Department is in the process of creating a master plan for the redevelopment of the Grundman (Osh-O-Nee) Boat Landing. A public meeting will be conducted to solicit input from residents of Winnebago County that will assist in preparation of a master plan for Grundman boat landing. Please take notice that this meeting will be held Monday, Jan. 25 from 6 to 7 p.m. via Zoom. Follow the link below to navigate to the virtual meeting. Also below, you will find the current concept for the redevelopment of Grundman Boat Landing and our online survey results.

Public Input Meeting for Grundman Boat Landing

Grundman Boat Landing Concept

Grundman Boat Landing Online Survey Results

Community Park

Winnebago County's "great outdoors" are truly spectacular. A wealth of lakes, streams and rivers, quiet woods, winding trails and wide open spaces offer abundant recreational opportunities during all four of Wisconsin's unique seasons.

Scenic waterways cover almost one quarter of the county, making the area a sought-after boating and fishing destination. Popular fish species including walleye, bass, catfish, perch and musky inhabit the waters. Numerous birds, including several species of waterfowl, and a variety of other wildlife, nest and feed in the area.

Waukau Creek

The County's Community Park offers baseball, soccer, rugby, disc golf, archery, horseshoes, a dog park, fishing ponds, outdoor fitness equipment, playgrounds, bean bag toss, and ping pong. Some of the more unique offerings within the county parks system include a cross-country skiing trail, snowshoe trails, snowmobile trails, the Tribal Heritage Crossing and a historic archaeological site.

Multi-purpose recreational trails are available year round for outdoor enthusiasts to hike, bike, horseback ride, jog, walk dogs and snowmobile.

Events and other attractions at the Sunnyview Exposition Center provide entertainment offerings throughout the year.

Asylum Point Lighthouse

Winnebago County Parks has received a $100,000 grant for Asylum Point Bridge replacement. The Winnebago County Parks Department was recently notified that a $100,000 grant has been awarded from the Natural Resource Trustee Council to replace the damaged Asylum Point Island bridge with a new clear span structure. Ice shoves have damaged the piling style bridge several times in the past. Going forward, a clear span bridge will be installed to alleviate the problem of ice damage. The grant was awarded by the Fox River Natural Resource Trustee Council. View the full details.


Winnebago County Parks Newsletter

January 2021

Year End Report 2019

Economic Impact Study

Winnebago County Economic Impact Studies, Phases I-III

User Group Meeting Agendas

February 2021 Agenda

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Parks Department Office

625 E County Road Y
Suite 500
Oshkosh, WI 54901
Oshkosh:(920) 232-1960
Neenah:(920) 727-8641
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Expo Center

500 East Sunnyview Road
Oshkosh, WI 54901
Oshkosh:(920) 232-1960
Neenah:(920) 727-8641

Reservations - Parks And Shelters

625 E. County Road Y
Suite 500
Oshkosh, WI 54901
Oshkosh:(920) 232-1960
Neenah:(920) 727-8641


600 Butler Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54901
Phone: (920) 232-1941

Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan

The Winnebago County Parks Department and Sunnyview Expo Center wish to acknowledge our generous sponsors.


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