Manchester Hill Park

W167S7650 Parkland Drive
Muskego, WI 53150

262-679-4108

History:
Acquired in 1970 and developed in 1995.  Formerly called Parkland Plaza and renamed to honor long-standing Parks and Recreation Board member Richard Manchester.  First park adopted under the Adopt-a-Park program.

Features:
This 15-acre park is located in the north central part of the city. Facilities include:
 - a soccer field
 - picnic area
 - walking trail
 - shelter
 - small wooded area
A pond on the park's south end provides ice skating during the winter months.

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