Prairie Springs Park History

About the Prairie Springs Park

Prairie Springs Park and Lake Andrea officially opened in August of 1995. The park was paid for with a $1.7 million contribution from Wispark Corporation (no tax dollars were used). This now 930-acre public park and 110-acre spring fed lake offer the residents of Pleasant Prairie and southeastern Wisconsin a wide variety of public park amenities, including a beach (annual and daily passes available) with a designated swimming area, two children's tot lots, softball fields, picnic areas, volleyball pits, nature trails and a 2.3 mile paved walking/jogging trail around the lake. The park is open year-round from dawn to dusk.

Who can use the Park?

Prairie Springs Park and Lake Andrea are part of the public park system of the Village of Pleasant Prairie and are open to the general public. However, there are guidelines for usage of the parking lots, the lake for boating and sailing, and private party rentals for the pavilion areas, picnic areas, private beach and ball fields. Annual passes are sold at the Pleasant Prairie RecPlex. Non-park pass holders must park on the street. Gravel and paved lots are reserved for annual pass holders only. A parking sticker is required in all lots. Violators will be ticketed. Park pass fees can be found here.

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