Parks, Playgrounds, and Outdoor Recreation in West Allis
There are many great places to get outside in West Allis! West Allis is home to four Milwaukee County parks, three biking and hiking trails, and over a dozen City-owned parks. Explore and enjoy one of these beautiful parks today.
Please contact the City of West Allis Department of Public Works at 414-302-8888 for information on soccer fields, baseball fields and the Liberty Heights wading pool.
Milwaukee County Parks
The following parks are owned, operated, and maintained by the Milwaukee County Parks system. For information on these parks, including maps and rental information, visit the Milwaukee County Parks website.
Greenfield Park & cool waters aquatic park
Greenfield Park is a 150-acre county park located at 2028 South 124th Street. The Cool Water Family Aquatic Park is located in Greenfield Park and includes a heated pool, water slides, and interactive water features. Other park features include playgrounds, sand volleyball courts, a baseball field, picnic shelters, and natural areas. The park is connected to both the New Berlin Recreation Trail and the Oak Leaf Trail corridor.
This 18-acre county park is located at 9418 West Washington Street. Facilities include a pavilion, wading pool, softball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts and a playground. The pavilion and athletic fields are available by reservation for group events.
McCarty Park is a 50 acre county park located at 8214 West Cleveland Avenue. Facilities include the McCarty Pavilion, a pool, ball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, sand volleyball, play equipment and a lagoon. The park is connected to the rest of the county park system via the Oak Leaf Trail corridor.
This 25-acre county park is located at 700 South 119th Street adjacent to Walker Elementary School. Facilities include a playground, a wading pool, tennis courts, and ball fields.
Milwaukee County Trails and Bike Paths
Existing trail corridors include the Hank Aaron State Trail, which runs along the northern city limits of West Allis and into downtown Milwaukee. The trail is a paved multi-use path and connects to area landmarks such as State Fair Park, Miller Park, the Harley Davidson Museum and Mitchell Park. The Hank Aaron Trail also connects to the Oak Leaf Trail, which is West Allis’ other major trail corridor.
The Oak Leaf Trail is a 118-mile system of off-road trails, park drives and municipal streets designed to guide bicyclists and pedestrians through the Milwaukee County park system. The corridor runs through the Underwood Creek Parkway, Greenfield Park and the Root River Parkway on the city’s west side. Another segment goes through McCarthy Park and follows an on-street route to the north on 84th Street. Learn more about these trails at Milwaukee County Parks’ website.
West Allis Parks
The City of West Allis proudly owns and operates the parks and green spaces listed below. Some City parks can be rented for your party or celebration. Contact our Department of Public Works for more information.
Mini Park, 58th and Beloit
This 0.1 acre mini-park is located on a triangular lot at the intersection of South 58th Street and West Beloit Road. Park amenities include landscaping, flower beds, benches and a paved path. Tree species include ornamental pear, crab apple, honey locust, Elizabeth magnolia, and weeping cherry.
Mini Park, 60th and National
This mini-park contains 0.1 acres and is located at the intersection of South 60th Street and West National Avenue. It includes three benches, flower bed, landscaping, and a paver path. Tree species include ironwood, yellowwood, redbud, blue spruce, and Canadian hemlock.
Mini Park, 64th and Greenfield
This 0.3 -acre park is located at the intersection of South 64th Street and West Greenfield Avenue. It includes four benches and a paver path. Tree species include maple, linden, and honey locust.
Mini Park, Railroad Park, 82nd and National
Railroad Park is a 0.3-acre mini-park located at the intersection of West National Avenue and South 82nd Street. It includes benches and flower beds. Tree species include Norway maple, honey locust, linden, blue spruce, and crab apple.
Arnold Klentz Park
This 4.1-acre neighborhood park is located at 2601 South 72nd Street. Park amenities include softball fields, a playground, funnel ball, bag toss court, and game tables. Tree species include Norway maple, sugar maple, elm, linden, filbert, yellowwood, osage orange, ginkgo, honey locust, tamarack and hawthorne.
Honey Creek Park
This 3.7-acre park is located at 1999 South 84th Street. The park is adjacent to Franklin Elementary and contains trails with historical information markers, a Little Free Library, gazebo, and is home to West Allis Historical Society and Museum and the Historic Log Cabin Schoolhouse. Outside the museum, explore the Memorial Garden, an outdoor tour of architectural relics salvaged from West Allis’ past. Tree species include spruce, honey locust, ironwood, oak, horse chestnut, yellowwood, redbud, elm, Norway maple, sugar maple, hickory, filbert, cedar, Austrian pine, linden, and birch.
Joyce Radtke Skatepark
This 0.9-acre park is located at 8320 West National Avenue. The park includes skate elements, benches, and lighting. Tree species include spruce, Scotch pine, Austrian pine, ornamental pear, crab apple, and redbud.
This 2.7-acre park is located at the intersection of South 76th Street and West Pierce Street and features a limestone arch and green space. It contains open space, a path, and benches. Tree species include maple, linden, elm, oak, pine, spruce, crabapple, and ash.
Liberty Heights Park & wading pool
This 6.5-acre park is located at 1540 South 62nd Street. Site amenities include a wading pool, picnic shelter, softball field, and basketball, tennis, and sand volleyball courts. Tree species include linden, honey locust, elm, ash, serviceberry, crabapple, maple, birch, and hackberry.
This 13.2-acre park is home to the West Allis Little League and is located at 9621 West Lapham Street. Amenities include youth baseball fields, a picnic shelter, playground. Tree species at this site include pine, elm, maple, cottonwood, spruce, ash, and hackberry.
This 1.1 acre park is located at 2023 South 75th Street. The playground includes a play structure, swings and a small memorial plaza. Tree species include pine, maple, honey locust, linden, ash, oak, horse chestnut, and redbud.
This 0.7-acre mini park is located at 2014 South 56th Street. The park includes a playground and open space. Tree species include ash, ornamental pear, and ginkgo.
Located at 938 S. 58th St., Roosevelt Park is a former West Allis-West Milwaukee School District property which the city purchased from the district in 2017. With Community Development Block Grant Funds, the city updated the park's play equipment, adding climbers, slides, rockers and swings, along with a poured rubber surface for safe play. Tree species include oak, Norway maple, honey locust, and crab apple.
Veterans Memorial Park
This 1.85-acre park is located at the intersection of West National Avenue and South 70th Street. Its amenities include a memorial plaza, a playground, flower beds, bocce court, and the Fitness Court. Tree species include oak, elm, linden, ornamental pear, spruce, hackberry, ash, and magnolia.
West Allis Dog Park
West Allis Dog Park opened in 2019 and offers small dog and large dog play areas for unleashed dog exercise. Park passes are $5 per day or $25 per calendar year for residents and $5 per day or $35 per calendar year for non-residents. Prices are per dog. You must bring proof that your dog is neutered or spayed before you can purchase a dog park pass. Proof of current rabies vaccination is also required.