Parks & Recreation
Here you will find info on the City of Cedarburg Parks & Recreation.
The route of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail is based on the Interurban railway that connected Ozaukee County to the City of Milwaukee and Sheboygan. In 1922, the right-of-way was acquired by The Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company for development of an improved rapid transit service from Milwaukee to Sheboygan. The Northern Route, the interurban electric railway from Milwaukee to Sheboygan since 1908, had stops in the mostly rural communities of Brown Deer, Thiensville, Cedarburg, Grafton, Port Washington, Belgium, Cedar Grove, Oostburg and Sheboygan.
The Town of Cedarburg has five public parks. To see a brochure summarizing the parks, as well as a larger map of Pleasant Valley Nature Park, click here. Click on the following park name links to view aerial photos and information about each park: Pleasant Valley Nature Park, Creekside Park, Hamilton Park, Cedar Creek Farms Canoe Launch, and Krohn Park. The Town is also home to the Covered Bridge Park, which is owned and operated by Ozaukee County. The Town updated its Comprehensive Park Plan in 2009, ensuring the Town is eligible for grant funding for projects. This was also a chance to update the goals of the plan.