Princeton Public Parks
Princeton offers a diversity of public parks

Princeton City Park – located in the 400 block of Fulton St. (Hwy. 23) is a shady park and the home of the Famous Princeton Flea Market featuring children’s play area, food and bandstand, restrooms and a community center in the process of revitalization.

Hiestand Park – situated on the banks of the Fox River banks provides access to the fox with a boat launch and pier and picnic area. Turn on Mechanic Street just east of the Fox River Bridge on Highway 23.

Old Mill Park – is off Highway 23 (about a block) on River Rd, just west of the Fox River Bridge and is a great place for kids enjoy playground equipment and picnic tables.

Lions Park – located just off of Hwy. 23 on the Old Green Lake Road, adjacent to the Princeton Public School grounds offers tennis courts, shade trees and wide open spaces.
Public Parks throughout the area
Big Twin Park –Located on 78 acre Big Twin Lake, this small park offers a grassy picnic area, a grill and a boat launch. Anglers will find northern pike, walleye and largemouth bass. Take Hwy. 73 to its intersection with Cty. K. Go east on County K about 3 1/2 miles to park entrance. Picnic tables, outhouses.

Dodge Memorial Park – provides access ti Green lake, Wisconsin's deepest lake, noted for its supply of trout. Totaling more than 7,000 acres, Green Lake is popular with boaters, water-skiers, anglers and beach-goers. This large park offers picnic areas with grills, volleyball, a swimming beach and a snack bar. Take Hwy. 73 to County K. Go east on K 1 mile to park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, toilets, swimming beach, volleyball, boat landing.

Kingston-Spring Lake Park – Anglers will appreciate the northern pike, walleye, and particularly the pan fish in this 70 acre deep spring lake, Visitors will find picnic tables, grills and a 300 sand swimming beach. Take Hwy. 44 west of Hwy. 73 to County FF. The park is located on FF about one mile southwest od Kingston. Picnic tables, outhouses, swimming beach, boat landing.

Lake Maria Park – Stop for a picnic or cast a line for pan fish in this small park on 596 acre Lake Maria, located just south of Markesan. The park also provides a boat launch, picnic tables and a grill. Take Hwy. 73 about 3 miles south of Markesan. The park access road is signed on Hwy. 73. Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.

Spring Valley Park – Boat landing on Green Lake County's other Spring lake. Anglers will find northern pike, walleye and pan fish. Take Hwy. 73 to its intersection with Cty. K. Go west three miles to the park. Outhouses, boat landing.
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