Access to the High School needs to be from North Avenue at this time. Traffic from North Ave. needs to use the school entrances off of N. Wall Street and avoid the Highridge intersection.

Veterans Memorial Park

The Village of Denmark was incorporated on June 15, 1915. Later that year, the community created a Parks and Recreation program for its early settlers.

Master plans

Fast forwarding to June 2000 the Village retained the services of Ranger Services Inc and developed their first Urban Forestry Management Plan and created a Parks, Recreation & Forestry Committee to focus on parks and leisure (passive and active) opportunities for its residents.

The Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan for the Village was originally adopted back on June 6, 1994, and then updated in February 2001 and again on April 5, 2004.

Open Space

The Village maintains a variety of open space that is not officially parkland. These include the entranceways into the Village. The areas located on Pleasant Avenue and the Triangle Prairie Garden area, located on Green Bay Road. The central business district parking lot also features a small pocket park with a water fountain with fish.

Memorial Park

Memorial Park is a community park that consists of 30 acres of land with shelters, concession stands, two baseball diamonds, a tennis court, a wading pool, a skateboard/ice skating area, a playground, basketball court, picnic areas, a nature trail, a sledding hill, a tractor pull area and a creek.

The Veterans War Memorial shelter is available on a "first-come first-served" basis. The yellow enclosed shelter is owned by the Veterans and can be rented by contacting the Village Hall at 920-863-6400.

The Village and the Denmark War Memorial Veterans have cooperatively worked together for several years in an effort to provide recreational opportunities to the Village and area communities. Recently the Village drafted a Memorandum of Understanding which attempts to outline the various arrangements that have been worked out between the various parties. Please click on the following listing to see the details of these past cooperative arrangements:


View the diamond schedules (Once you've transfered to the Schools website, click on the "facilities calendars" listed in left navigation area, which wll then allow you to go to the Highridge or Memorial Park baseball field schedules for each specific field)

Denmark Wading Pool

The Denmark Wading Pool is located in Veterans Memorial Park in close proximity to the Skateboard area and the Veterans Building. The wading pool will open for the 2017 season on June 5th and close on September 1. The wading pool is open Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The wading pool will close whenever the water temperature falls below 68 degrees and on those days of either severe or inclement weather. The Village provides, on-site, a fully trained/qualified staff person but please do not leave children unattended at the pool.

Weekend hours for the Wading Pool


July 15 & 16 – 10:00 am to 4:30 pm  


July 29 & 30 – 10:00 am to 4:30 pm

August 5 & 6 – 10:00 am to 4:30 pm

August 12 & 13 – 10:00 am to 4:30 pm

August 19 & 20 – CLOSED

August 26 & 27 – 10:00 am to 4:30 pm


Fees are as follows:

Village Residents:

  • $2.00 per person per day.
  • $12.00 for an individual season pass.
  • $25.00 for a family season pass.

Non-Village Residents:

  • $3.00 per person per day.
  • $17.00 for an individual season pass.
  • $35.00 for a family season pass.

Please bring proof of residency for the purchase of pool passes. Also please note that childcare centers are not eligible for family passes.

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