Beautiful Badger Park was constructed during the 1930’s. It was financed primarily with funds from the W.P.A (Works Progress Administration) and was sponsored by Mayor Dr. H.W. Hoesly whose dream was to build a park. During this time the shelter houses, pool, bathhouse, baseball field, football field, tennis courts and picnic areas were constructed.
Our park is enjoyed by the community every day whether it be a picnic, ballgame, or just families enjoying the playground. We invite you to visit.
West Park Shelter
East Park Shelter
Badger Pool Activities & Fee Schedule
Monday – Friday: 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. & 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday: 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Open Memorial Day to Labor Day (Contingent upon Staff Availability)
Daily Pass – $3.50
Children 4 and under get in FREE with a paying adult
Individual Weekly Pass- $ 25
Family Weekly Pass – $35
Student Season Pass- $50
Adult Season Pass – $55
Family Season Pass – $100
Pool Rent – $150 for 2 Hours
Lesson Registration Form is located on the front page of the city website under community notices.
Please be sure your child can touch in 3 feet before signing up. Also, the last day of each session is a fun day, family is welcome to participate.
Fees – $35 per session with a season pass
$40 per session without a season pass
Family maximum of $115
Two Week Sessions
Session 1: June 14 – June 24
Session 2: July 5 – July 15
Session 3: July 26 – August 5
Morning Hours: 9:00-9:45, 9:45-10:30, 10:30-11:15, 11:15-12:00
Afternoon Hours: 4:30-5:15 | 5:15-6:00
*All lessons will be Monday – Thursday; No Friday Lessons Unless Needed
Please contact Marsha Einsweiler at 608-965-4424 ext. 221 prior to June 3 to register for lessons. After that date please call the pool at 608-965-4977.
Badger Mine and Museum
Take a guided tour of the Badger Mine and Museum. Newly renovated in 2006, the museum contains artifacts from Shullsburg’s 179 year history, and shows how life was in Wisconsin’s early mining communities. Exhibits focus on some of Shullsburg’s most important industries, including mining and cheesemaking, but also on day-to-day life through the decades.
Open Memorial Day – Labor Day
Wednesday – Sunday: 11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Closed: Monday & Tuesday – Excluding Holidays