Things to Do


Sheboygan Falls’ Parks

For park shelter rentals, contact City Hall at 920-467-7900.

Reservations accepted after January 2 each year.

Settlers Park in Sheboygan Falls

Located along the banks of The Sheboygan River, this park is the perfect vantage point to enjoy the beauty of nature, the following waters and dramatic dam, as well as the beauty of the riverfront bluffs as a backdrop. Benches and tables await visitors as do winding scenic paths. Settler’s Park in Sheboygan Falls

The Scenic Overlook Deck and the Gazebo offer perfect “picture” settings.

Built in 2001 entirely with donated funds, this newest park in Sheboygan Falls offers a place of beauty and serenity to all who visit.

Rochester Park

A 10-acre community park located on the city’s east side. Lighted baseball diamond, soccer field, tennis courts, restroom facilities/shelter, grills, playground equipment, volleyball court, basketball court and sledding hills. Bark Park located at Rochester Park.

River Park

A 10-acre community park located in the central part of the city. The park, which is surrounded by the Sheboygan River, offers scenic viewing and many recreation opportunities. A lagoon in the center of the park is a traditional spot for family fishing and winter ice skating. Two shelter houses, restroom facilities, tennis courts, lighted baseball diamond, grills, and playground equipment.

Falls View Park

This 3/4-acre park offers a spectacular view of the falls of the Sheboygan River. Located in the heart of the downtown, the park is a favorite of picnickers. A grassy area and picnic tables are available.

Woodview Park

This 1/2-acre neighborhood park on the city’s northwest side offers a wooden climbing apparatus, swing sets, slides and other playground equipment.