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Sister Bay is incredibly proud of its expansive parks System.  Our two main facilities are located at Waterfront Park and the Sister Bay Sports Complex.

Facilities are available for rent throughout our parks; please contact the office at 920-854-4118.

The Facilities Manager,  Erik Linczmaier should be contacted for all other Parks inquiries at 920-421-3200.


The Sister Bay Dog Park is located adjacent to the Sports Complex on Autumn Court. The 200′ X 300′ grassy area is entirely fenced in and is equipped with picnic tables and “mutt mitts”. Access to water is available.  All properly vaccinated and licened dogs are welcome.  

The Sister Bay Waterfront has a history going back much farther than the founding of the Village in 1912.  A 2015 Archaeological dig in part of the Park just South of Village Hall revealed the remains of a store and blacksmith’s shop.  Archaeologists found evidence of Native American Settlement underneath that same site.

As identified in the Village’s 2008 Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, Waterfront Park creates a vast public space to enjoy the natural beauty of Sister Bay.  The Village completed acquisition, based on it’s plan, of the area along the Waterfront in 2012.  Prior to this, the Park went by many names, describing the various owners that controlled the land immediately prior to the Village’s purchases.  Names like Helm’s Park, Hendrickson Park, Johnson Park and Marina Park describe the parcels that once housed hotels, gas stations, cottages and store fronts.  The entire area is now publicly named WATERFRONT PARK, though staff and officials sometimes use the old names in order to give a more precise location for descriptions of events or activities.

Waterfront Park runs from the Mill Road Area around the Sister Bay Yacht Club, Northward over 1800 feet up to the area around Scandia Rd.  This Park represents over $18,000,000 in public investment over many decades…..and has created a public, urban waterfront space that is the envy of communities across the Peninsula and beyond.

The Sledding Hill at the Sister Bay Sports Complex was born out of a desire to continue to provide 1st class amenities to our residents and guests alike.  You might ask, what does The Sister Bay Beach Project have to do with a Sledding Hill, and the answer would be: Everything!  The material for the Sledding Hill is largely excavated cobblestone from the Sister Bay Beach Project, approximately 8000 cubic yards in total.  The cost to dispose of this material would have been in excess of $40,000, as such, a cost savings measure was needed.  Any time government can take an expense and turn it into a potential source of revenue, we’ll call it a win.  In this case, there were lots of wins: Lower carbon emissions for cobblestone disposal, local-sourcing of material for the amenity, and a reduced cost for the Beach Project.  Combine those environmental and financial victories with the thrill of “something to do” in the winter months, and the Village Parks, Properties and Streets Committee and residents alike have a “Green” Project that saved the environment as well as the Village’s checkbook.

The Sister Bay Sledding Hill opens whenever the snow has flown enough to cover the hill and allow for installation of snow fencing.  Please look to the “Open” flag on top of the hill before using the facility, and obey all posted rules for safety at the site.  Good luck to all you would be tubers and sledders out there!  ROSEBUD!!!