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You can get in contact with the Rec Director via facebook.com/reesevillerec
email reesevillerec@tds.com, phone 920-344-7956,
or check out their webpage at www.leaguelineup.com/rlb.

 

 

2 BASEBALL DIAMONDS ARE LOCATED JUST WEST OF THE FIREMAN'S PARK.
A CONCESSION STAND IS LOCATED NEXT TO EACH DIAMOND
AND VIEWING BLEACHERS ARE AVAILABLE ALSO.
COME OUT AND ENJOY A GAME WITH US.

 

PARKS

The Village of Reeseville has two  parks.

Community Center
The Fireman's Park.  
The Reeseville Community Center is located in the Park. 
The Fireman's Park also has a beautiful Playground
and is being enjoyed by all.
fireman's park playground
The Fireman's Park land was purchased in 1902 for the purpose of having a permanent place to have picnics for the firemen and other organizations and individuals.  It is located on North Main St.   Fireman's Park provides a great picnic setting and playground equipment. 
Directly next to Fireman's Park are two softball diamonds with concession stands.  

It is  also the location for the Fireman's Annual Corn Roast held in August each year.   People can attend, watch the corn roasted by a steam tractor and enjoy the brats and burgers and a large beer stand.  If brats and burgers are not to your liking, chicken dinners are available at very reasonable prices.  There are several games for the kids too. Fireman's Park also has a stage for live music.
Reeseville Mini Park The second park is located on Jackson street and is called the Village of Reeseville Mini Park. 
The mini park provides a half basketball court, a covered gathering area, and playground equipment.

Both parks close at Dusk with the exception of Special Events.

For people who like to bike ride, the Wild Goose State Trail is near and can be used year round. Wild Goose State Trail is thirty miles of railroad bed
winding through Dodge county and ending in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. Located just south of the village is Mud Lake Refuge.
If you are interested in camping, Astico Park is within eight miles of Reeseville and provides sites for camping on the Crawfish River.
Astico park provides hiking trails, complete shower facilities, electricity to camp sites, play ground equipment and shelters for large gatherings.