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Westchester Park
Post Rd & Ridge Ln, Brookfield, WI 53005
One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Westchester Park features a winter sledding hill. Its woodlands serve residentsMore in the south part of the city along Deer Creek. 
Three Meadows Park
4525 Three Meadows Dr, Brookfield, WI 53005

One of the city's 15 neighborhood parks, Three Meadows Park is located in the city's north. Its amenities include aMore 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. 

Wirth Park
2585 Pilgrim Rd, Brookfield, WI 53005

One of the city's four community parks used by residents citywide, Wirth Park is named after the city's first mayor,More Franklin Wirth. About 96 of its 145 acres are designated for park purposes, with the remaining area featuring wetlands, woodlands and water resources.

Located in the city's center, Wirth Park has major amenities including the Wirth Aquatic Center, the Brookfield Jaycees Skate Park and an outdoor ice skating and hockey rink. It counts more than 10,000 annual visitors. 

Wirth Park also has three playgrounds, five ball diamonds, two baseball fields, three soccer fields, eight tennis courts (four are lighted), two sand volleyball courts, two sledding areas, nine picnic areas, two park shelters with restrooms, bike paths and trails connected to the city's Greenway Trail System. 

Mitchell Park
W Capitol Dr & N Barker Rd, Brookfield, WI 53045

One of the city's four large community parks used by residents citywide, Mitchell Park is named after the city'sMore second mayor, William Mitchell Jr.

Spanning 433 acres in the city's northwest with access off Capitol Drive and River Road, Mitchell Park is home to the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts. 

About 90 acres are developable for park purposes, with the rest wetlands, woodland and water bodies along the Fox River. Amenities include a major trailhead to the city's Greenway Trail System, a youth baseball complex with four diamonds, park and a concessions/restroom building used by the Elmbrook Little League, a large pavilion with restrooms for group picnics and community events,  play equipment, a pet exercise area, an archery target area, a canoe access with piers, bike and nature trails and a winter sledding hill.