Lakeside Park

With over 400 acres of open recreational space on the south end of Lake Winnebago, Lakeside Park is a great place to visit. Summertime brings impressive flower displays, boating of all kinds, picnics, and children of all ages to the many playgrounds.

Summer also the marks the opening of the Lakeside Park Lighthouse and its observation tower, open April 15 - October 15, 8am to dusk, weather permitting. Visitors can take nostalgic rides on the miniature train and enjoy the antique carousel. Two separate launches; one with a four-lane concrete ramp, loading piers and parking for 20 rigs and the other launch with two concrete ramps,loading piers and large black and top parking. Canoe rentals and covered bridge.

Location

555 N. Park Avenue, Fond du Lac, WI

Amenities

  • Family-Friendly

Events

Car-A-Funda

Car-A-Funda

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Car-A-Funda Charity Car Show. No Entry Fee for Show Cars! All Show Vehicles Welcome! Shady Park on Lake Winnebago! Food & Refreshments on Grounds. Raffles & Prize Drawings All Day Long. Oldies Music during the show. Great Cars, Great People. This is a Good Old Time Charity Event Sponsored by members of the Fondy Vintage Auto Club.

Race the Lake

Race the Lake

Sunday, August 17, 2014

A 90 Mile Bike Race around Lake Winnebago! This event is designed for the recreational cyclist to the professional. For all ages! All Abilities! All Fun! $10,000 Prize money purse to overall female & male winners. Age group awards to the top 3 male and female winners in increments of 5 year age groups. All cyclists receive a dri-wick shirt, water bottle, finishers' medal, computer chip timing and spaghetti dinner after the event. The course will stage the dramatic start at 52 W. Scott Street in Fond du Lac. The journey begins by heading north hugging the west side of Lake Winnebago and traveling through Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha, Appleton and to the half way point at High Cliff State Park. Riders then take the east shoreline of Lake Winnebago - taking in lots of greenery, the mammoth blue lake and fresh country air. The course goes through Calumetville, Marytown, and St. Peter, and finishes at Lakeside Park (158 E. Harbor Drive) in Fond du Lac.