Creating Community Through People, Parks, & Programs!!
The Germantown Park and Recreation Department works to enhance the quality of life for all residents of the community through the development and maintenance of park lands and facilities, as well as providing a variety of quality recreational programs and special events.
Offering summer programs, family fun, youth activities, sports, fitness programs, Movies In The Park, Senior activities and more.
The Village of Germantown has nine properties totaling over 400 acres of parkland and open space containing rivers, woods, ballfields and more. In addition the Village cares for over 4,000 trees in parks, public areas and streets.
The Mission of the Germantown Parks & Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life for all residents of the community through the development and maintenance of park lands and facilities as well as providing a variety of recreational programs and special events.
Contact the Parks Department at 262-250-4710 or visit their website.
Bast Bell Museum & Dheinsville Settlement
The six-way crossroads settlement park includes three museums plus pre-Civil War buildings of the original hamlet. The Christ Church (1862) Museum of Local History tells the township’s story while the Park contains the Wolf Haus (1853) shoemakers shop and genealogy research library, and barn housing the Bast Bell Museum of 5000 bells and Fire Hall.