Outdoor park shelters for rent in De Pere, Wisconsin 

Resident and non-resident groups, organizations and businesses wishing to reserve park shelters and areas for picnics should contact the Park and Recreation Department at (920) 339-4065. All shelters are available for reservation when not in conflict with Department sponsored programs. Park shelters may not be used for vending purposes and are open to the public at all times. Reservations will be accepted for the following year beginning October 1st.


east river trail de pere

East River Trail

Description: 
The East River Trail in De Pere is part of a much larger trail system that spans approximately 6 miles. The trail begins in the City of Green Bay near Joannes Park then winds through the Villages of Bellevue and Allouez before coming to De Pere.  The trial continues through De Pere and into the Town of Ledgeview where it currently ends near Ledgeview Park. The trail features many aesthetically pleasing glimpses of the East River, as well as many interactions and viewing opportunities of abundant wildlife. 

Hours
5 am - 9 pm

Parking Options: 
4 am - 11 pm

Trail Activities:

  • Walking / Hiking
  • Running
  • Biking
  • Inline Skating (rollerblading)
  • Dog-walking (leashed - 5 feet)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Winter Recreation:

  • Walking / Hiking
  • Running

voyageur trail in de pere

Voyageur Park Trail

Description: 
The Voyageur Park Trail system is a trail system which runs approximately ¾ mile, all within Voyageur Park.  A perfect trail to get exercise and enjoy the scenery of the Fox River.  The Voyageur Trail system is connected to the Fox River Trail and the De Pere Riverwalk.

Hours

5 am - 9 pm

Parking Options: 
4 am - 11 pm

Trail Activities:

  • Walking / Hiking
  • Running
  • Biking
  • Inline Skating (rollerblading)
  • Dog-walking (leashed - 5 feet)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Winter Recreation:

  • Walking / Hiking
  • Running


preserve in de pere

The Preserve

Description: 
The Preserve Trail runs through parts of De Pere on the west side. The trail begins in the West Side industrial park on the corner of East Matthews Drive and Venture Avenue.  The trail then navigates through parts of the West Side Industrial Park until it begins a scenic transition into the large wooded park known as The Preserve. The trail winds through pristine wooded areas along Ashwaubenon Creek, until it ends at the corner of Innovation Court and Southbridge Road.

Hours

5 am - 9 pm

Parking Options: 
4 am - 11 pm

Trail Activities:

  • Walking / Hiking
  • Running
  • Biking
  • Inline Skating (rollerblading)
  • Dog-walking (leashed - 5 feet)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Winter Recreation:

  • Walking / Hiking
  • Running


fox river trail de pere

Fox River Trail

Description:
The Fox River Trail is operated and owned by the Brown County Parks Department. It spans a distance of 25 miles and goes through various Brown County communities including De Pere. For more information, visit foxrivertrail.com

Hours
5 am - 9 pm

Parking Options: 
4 am - 11 pm

Trail Activities:

  • Bicycling
  • Walking/jogging
  • In-line skating
  • Dogs on leashes (not to exceed 5 feet)
  • Horseback riding (in designated rural areas)

Winter Recreation:

  • Walking / Hiking
  • Running