Friends of Franklin's Parks

Supporting Franklin's Parks and Public Spaces

City of Franklin Park System

Cascade Creek8.76300 S. 60th Street
Christine Rathke Memorial Park6.57700 S. 68th Street (formerly Quarry View)
Countryside5.7Approximate 4500 block of Marquette Avenue
Crooked Creek Walking Trail Private land - dedicated easement  W. Forest Hill Avenue to S. 44th Street
Dr. Lynette Fox Memorial Park0.426860 S. Harvard Drive
Ernie Lake Trail13.28000 S. Chapel Hill Drive
Franklin Woods Nature Center38.43723 W. Puetz Road
Friendship Park1.63810 W. Sharon Lane
Glen Meadows17362 S 37th Street
Jack Workman Park123674 W. Forest Hill Avenue
Ken Windl Park2.511615 W. Rawson Avenue
Lions Legend Park Lions Pavilion148050 S. Legend Drive
Lions Legend Park Vernon Barg Pavilion218717 W. Drexel Avenue
Market Square0.511230 W. Franklin Street
Meadowland Trail148665 W. Elm Court
Mission Hills Wetland13.6Approximate 10400 block of Church Street
Pleasant View23.8Area behind Pleasant View School
St. Martins Bike Trail1.75Rawson Avenue to St. Martins Road to 116th Street to North Cape Road

City of Franklin Parks Department

The Parks division of the Public Works Department provides the manpower and supplies necessary to properly maintain all City Parks.  This encompasses 170 acres of land, 5.25 miles of bike trail, and 13 recreational facilities.  Within the City Parks there is play equipment,  playfields, play structures, ball diamonds, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and park buildings that require on-going maintenance.  The Planning Department oversees Park planning and Park facility reservations are handled by the Clerk's Office.

Click here for more parks reservations and additional information

The Milwaukee Area Land Conservancy

                             The Milwaukee Area Land Conservancy (MALC) is a conservation organization, founded by local volunteers, that offers several alternatives in land protection. 

For information about Land Conservancy locations in our community click here: