Premier Physical Therapy 4125 N 124th St, Brookfield, WI53005 Premier Physical Therapy, owned and operated by Scott Stamn, offers orthopedic and sports physical therapy. Stamn has…More worked with golf, basketball, hockey and baseball players.
Canterbury Hills Park Coventry Dr & Ann Rita Dr, Brookfield, WI53045 One of 6 regional parks in the city, Canterbury Hills Park features play set equipment on the adjacent Hillside…More Elementary School acreage, a baseball diamond, two soccer fields and a parking lot for visitor access. The city was deeded its 7 acres in 1978 when the Canterbury Hills subdivision was approved. It is located on the city's west side.
The Sports Authority 16220 W Bluemound Rd, Brookfield, WI53005 The Sports Authority, located on Bluemound road, offers everything you need for just about any sport you can think of.…More From baseball to basketball to football and hockey The Sports Authority has all the latest and best gear. Seasonal sporting goods items for fishing, hunting, skiing, and more are also offered at this store.
Dunhams Sports 17300 W Bluemound Rd, Brookfield, WI53045 Dunham Sports keeps you playing your favorite sport for less money. It is a full service sporting goods shop offering…More equipment and apparel for most major sports at the best price possible. Featured sports include baseball, football, fishing, MMA, hunting, paintball and more.
One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Three Meadows Park is located in the city's north. Its amenities include a…More baseball diamond, playground, picnic tables and bike path. In winter, there is a sledding hill and ice rink.
Three Meadows Park was dedicated to the city as parkland in 1987 when the Three Meadows subdivision was approved.
Lilly Heights Park is a combination of a neighborhood and regional park, with a baseball diamond and soccer field,…More pond perfect for ice skating, picnic tables and a trailhead to the city's Greenway Trail System.
Of the 34 acres, 29 were dedicated to the city in 1980 when the Lilly Heights subdivision was approved. The land is in the city's northeast and features wetlands along the Butler Ditch. There is a parking lot for visitor access.
Camelot Park Talbots Ln & Almesbury Ave, Brookfield, WI53045
One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Camelot Park has woodland and wetlands in areas surrounding the Camelot…More Meadows, Bartlett Manor and Chadwick Greens subdivisions.
The park's amenities include a playground, baseball and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts and an ice skating rink in winter. There is a bike path and nature trail, with a parking lot off of Camden Lane.
One of the city's six regional parks, Krueger Park primarily serves residents on the city's southeast side. Its…More amenities include a playground, two baseball diamonds, a soccer field, a basketball court, picnic tables and access to the city's Greenway Trail System.
It follows wetlands and primary environmental corridors along the south branch of Underwood Creek. Krueger Park has a parking lot for visitor access.
One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Beverly Hills Park includes wetlands and a developed park area.
Among…More its amenities are baseball and soccer fields and basketball and tennis courts. There is a play set and picnic area, as well as bike paths and trails connected to the city's Greenway Trail System. In winter a pond becomes an ice skating rink.
The land was deeded to the city in 1954 when the Beverly Hills subdivision was approved.