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Centennial Park

Features

  1. ADA Accessible
  2. Baseball / Softball
  3. Electricity
  4. Picnic Tables
  5. Playground
  6. Restrooms
  7. Shelter
  8. Tennis
Location
Centennial Park is a 16.82 acre community park located 2 miles off of Highway
19 on Holiday Drive, about two blocks southeast of Ripp Park.

Centennial Park was developed in the early 1970’s to serve Waunakee’s rapidly growing west side. The park is currently the Village of Waunakee’s most developed and actively used park, providing fully developed baseball fields, tennis courts, soccer, and children’s play facilities.

Ball Field / South Shelter Amenities (Old Shelter)
            
          
  • 10 picnic tables
  • 0 grills
  • Drinking fountain
  • No serving counter
  • 7 electrical outlets
  • Lights - Parks Dept. turn on
  • Handicap accessible             restrooms           
  • No rentable concession area  
  • Garbage cans
  • Dumpster
  • Parking lot
By Play ground / North Shelter Amenities (New Shelter)
  • 12 picnic tables 
  • 0 grills 
  • Drinking fountain
  • Serving counter
  • 12 electrical outlets 4 outside and 8 inside
  • Auto lights                       
  • Handicap accessible restrooms
  • No concession area
  • Garbage cans
  • Dumpster
  • Parking lot
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Park Amenities
  • Basketball court
  • Flag pole
  • Junior soccer field for U-10
  • Toddler play area near the new shelter with two gym sets, two children’s swing sets, and four benches
  • Two lighted baseball diamonds with team benches, metal bleachers that seat approximately 150 people, sand infield, marked boundaries, and home to a senior league
  • Two parking areas
  • Two tennis courts
  • Youth softball field that is an ice rink in the winter

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