Adopt A Park Program

The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department’s Adopt a Park Program, is a volunteer program designed for citizens to take an active role in the community.  Groups or individuals are encouraged to donate time in our neighborhood and community parks picking up litter.  If you are interested in volunteering contact the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department for assistance in finding a suitable park location in your neighborhood.

Pictured to the right are FEDEX Company volunteers pausing for group picture after a work day at Mike Vann Park.

FedEx Volunteers

Argonne & Skyline Park
Clarity Care Day Services, Kim Van Lannen (Coordinator)

Ashwaubenon Sports Complex
Ayres Associates

Canterbury Park
The Kallas Family

Gillis Park
Girl Scout Troup #4067, Anne Younger (Leader)

Hidden Valley Park
Hendzel Family
Sue & Eric Stein

Industrial Park Trail
The Tucker Family

Klipstine Park
Ashwaubenon Girl Scouts, Valerie Hogue (Leader)

Lois Aubinger Park & West Main Trail
Steve & Terri Greatens
Bruce & Jeanne Vogel

Mike Vann Park
FEDEX, Sara Schnell (Coordinator)

Packerland Trail Head (Packerland/Cormier)
Judy Emmett

Pioneer Park
The Empty Nest Moms (Nancy Mattke, Darla Schmitz, Janet Penza, Sue Hudak, Dianne Steenbock & Sue Janssen)

Sand Acres Park
The Nimocks Family

Sherwood Forest
The Delmont Family

Smith Park
Paragon Community Services, Courtney Augustine (Coordinator)

Valley View Park
The Derpinghaus Family

Veterans Park
VFW Post #10244

Waterford Park
A. Dean and Wendi Hess

Pick A Park Program

Is your group or organization looking for a way to get involved in and give back to the community? Searching for a service project to participate in National Volunteer Week being celebrated from April 16-22, 2023?

The Village of Ashwaubenon’s Pick A Park program is designed for groups or organizations interested in organizing a single day service project. Any of the Village’s parks are available for this exciting program whether or not they are already adopted through our Adopt A Park program. The Ashwaubenon Sports Complex along with Klipstine, Pioneer, and Ashwaubomay Parks are four larger sites that are suitable for bigger groups and generally are in need of additional assistance.