The city of Ripon boasts beautiful parks open for volleyball, baseball, basketball, softball, ice skating, picnicking, disk golf and fishing! Enjoy modern playground equipment and areas for gathering with family and friends. For more information on our parks, or to reserve shelter areas, visit the Ripon Public Works site for more info.
Elizabeth Murray Park
Murray Park is located on Murray Park Drive. Throughout the park you can find handicapped accessible play equipment, restrooms, picnic tables, benches and a shelter house. For the active and young at heart you can find two tennis courts, one basketball court, and four little league and two softball diamonds. Murray Park is a great place for warm summer day activities.
Ceresco Park is located on South Union Street. This park offers handicapped accessible play equipment. The park features handicap-accessible restrooms, picnic tables, park benches, shelter house, and half-court basketball area.
Selfridge Park is located on E. Water and Seward Streets. This park offers play equipment, handicap accessible restrooms, picnic tables, park benches. On a warm summer day you will find the swimming beach and the shelter a great place to relax. If action is what you are looking for then look no further than the two sand volleyball courts and horseshoe pits. During winter if the ice is safe, the adjacent Mill Pond is cleared for ice-skating. Warm up in the shelter, as it’s always open. Come and enjoy all that Selfridge Park has to offer.
Barlow Park is located on Griswold Street. This park offers handicapped accessible play equipment, handicapped accessible restrooms, picnic tables, park benches, two shelter houses and one open pavilion. For the sport enthusiasts there is tennis court, horseshoe pits, three sand volleyball courts, three basketball courts, and one baseball diamond. Barlow Park offers something for everyone in the family.
Eagle Park is located on Pearl and Eagle Street. This park offers handicapped accessible play equipment, picnic tables, park benches, and access to the Northwestern Hiking Trail.
Riggs County Park
This 300-acre park is the most recent addition to the Fond du Lac County park system. Purchased in 1998, the park is planned as a largely natural area park with 180 acres of wetlands, 70 acres of native prairie restoration and about 50 acres of active recreation. The park provides a newly developed parking area, shelter, playground and walking trails for users. A master plan prepared for the park in 1998-1999 is guiding development of the property.
Enjoy an 18-hole disc golf course located at the east end of Riggs County Park. The disc golf course starts and ends by the Adams School parking lot. The course is complete with tee signs, a course layout map, brochure, and tree plantings. Learn more.
Ripon Dog Park
The Ripon Dog Park spans five acres of fenced property. It’s a fantastic place for dogs to play, run and have fun! There is also a separate fenced in area for “little dogs.” Find out more!
920-748-4909 – Murray Park Drive
920-748-4909 – Griswold Street
Ripon Senior High School
920-748-4616 – Tiger Drive
920-748-8133 – Union Street