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.


555 N. Park Avenue, Fond du Lac, WI


  • Family-Friendly


Wild Feast Potluck

Wild Feast Potluck

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Your contribution of food or drink to the potluck should include some wild ingredients or fresh produce from your garden. This is an opportunity to experiment and try something new. There are many edible weeds in your own yard. However, avoid areas treated with pesticides. Please bring a list of the ingredients or the recipe, so that people can avoid things that they might be allergic to. We plan to be eating at 5:30 pm. Bring your own plate, cup, bowl, utensils, and beverage. Beer and wine is allowed. Entrées from the past have included creamed dandelion greens, savory burdock patties, plantain casserole, daylily bud salad, garlic mustard pesto, venison stew, hickory nut cookies and elderberry pie. A short presentation will be given on eating insects by Diana Beck. She will bring a couple of entrées that include insects, giving you a chance to taste some insect food if you are willing and adventurous. This will be held at the Denevue Creek shelter in Lakeside Park (east end of Harbor View Drive)

Lakeside Park Holiday Lights

Lakeside Park Holiday Lights

Friday, November 27, 2015 - Friday, January 1, 2016

Lakeside Park on picturesque Lake Winnebago shimmers with thousands of lights, animated scenes and heart-warming holiday music. See Rudolph perched high atop the lighthouse, with this red nose flashing.