ATTENTION YOUTH KICKBALL PARTICIPANTS: ANY GAMES SCHEDULED
FOR EINSTEIN ON AUGUST 16th & 23rd WILL BE MOVED TO MEMORIAL
PARK DIAMOND #7
The benefits of recreation extend far
beyond the soccer field or the dance floor. The skills that are
learned and practiced during leisure time provide a tremendous
foundation for life. For an individual with a disability,
recreation activities can improve self-confidence, provide
socialization opportunities, and reinforce a sense of teamwork and
tolerance. They can establish friendships and gain independence.
The benefits are endless!
Reasonable accomodations will be made on
an individual basis for recreation programs. If you require special
accommodation in order to participate, please inform us when you
The City of Appleton parks are
continually receiving updates to meet the needs of everyone.
These updates range from accessible playgrounds, sidewalks, parking
lots, basketball courts and tennis courts.
The City of Appleton is committed to
improving accessibility to parks and pools facilities, and
ensure they are safe and secure for your needs. Some of the
on-going improvements include accessible pools, bathrooms,
concessions, drinking fountains, and egresses.
To see if a park facility meets
your needs, please visit our Parks Page and select your
Phone: (920) 832-5905
Fax: (920) 993-3103
100 N. Appleton St.
Appleton, WI 54911
Office: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
and enriching lives where we live, work and play."
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