Town Parks

Champagne Rock
Acres: less than an acre

For a striking view of the water, follow the flagstone steps and narrow path that lead from the small parking area to the water’s edge. (Note: Poison ivy is found off trail, so be mindful to stay on the path.)

Clark Park
Location: Northeast corner of Maple Street & Spruce Street
Acres: 1.16 acres

Clark Park’s large open lawn that overlooks the bay is a popular spot for events. Situated adjacent to the Town Dock, the park features ample greenspace, a stonewall walkway along the waterfront, and fishing from the municipal pier. Public restrooms are available across the street at the back of the Old Town Hall.

Old Town Hall
4176 Maple Street

The Old Town Hall is located across the street from Clark Park. It is available to rent for private and non-profit events. The space also features a kitchen area. Call the Town Office at (920) 868-1714 for availability and reservations. A fillable pdf application form is available here.

Fish Creek Park
Location: 4055 Highway 42
Acres: 27 acres

This mostly wooded area surrounding the Town’s namesake Fish Creek features marked recreational walking trails, and in the winter, limited snowmobile trails. It is also the site of the original Peninsula Players theater and the former location of the Bonnie Brook Motel.

Fish Creek Public Beach
Location: 4112 Highway 42
Acres: 1 acre

Construction of a new public restroom facility, parking area, and playground began in 2019. In addition to the new facilities, the public beach offers green space, as well as a sand beach with swimming area.

Noble Square Park & Alexander Noble House
Location: 4167 Main Street (on the corner of Hwy 42 and Main Street)
Acres: 1 acre

This unique park features the oldest wood-frame home in Fish Creek. The park, which features landscaped flower beds and shaded benches, is the site for outdoor music concerts every Tuesday throughout the summer.

The Alexander Noble House was purchased in 1966 with a combination of donated and Town funds. Today, the building is leased to the Gibraltar Historical Association, which operates the home as a museum with seasonal tours and maintains the building’s historic significance and place on the National Register of Historic Places. Public restrooms are located to the south of the Noble House in the annex building.

Spruce Street Park
Location: Intersection of Spruce Street and Cedar Street
Acres: Less than 1 acre

Tucked away at the corner of Spruce Street and Cedar Street, Spruce Park offers benches and a quiet view of the harbor.

Sunset Beach Park
Location: Far west end of Main Street
Acres: 1.5 acres

Established in 1919, Sunset Beach Park is a premiere spot for catching a spectacular sunset at the end of the day. A wooded path leads visitors to the open lawn area that is also a popular location and can be rented for weddings and other events.

Ula Street Park
Location: At the end of Cottage Row on Ula Street
Acres: Less than 1 acre

Acquisition of this park occurred in 1983 as the result of an easement agreement between the Town of Gibraltar and North Point Development Corporation. The Town was granted an easement up to the edge of the retaining wall, which allows for a public water view of Green Bay.