Parks and Recreation
The Village of Shiocton has many sights to see & outdoor things to do. The Village of Shiocton has 3 parks within its limits with a multitude of different activities. We are proud of the amount of park area we have considering the size of the Village. We also have Bamboo Bend right on the river.
We also have a new addition, a 2 handicap fishing piers behind the Village Hall parking lot. The village helped with cutting down trees and clearing brush along with rip rapping while Shadows on the Wolf had the piers built. They have gotten quite a bit of use already. There is also a new handicap pier east of Bamboo Bend near the Welcome to Shiocton sign.
Lake Park is the largest park within the Village of Shiocton and also the most versitile. It is located off of Park Avenue on the east side of the village.
We have a pavilion that can be rented for activities and events for $75.00 a side with $50.00 DEPOSIT DUE WITHIN 10 DAYS OF RESERVATION. if everything is cleaned up. There are two sides to the pavilion so there is an excellent chance of getting the date you want. Picnic tables are in each side with each side also having their own small kitchen area with plenty of plug ins. Bathrooms are shared by both sides.
There are two ball fields that the Men’s Softball League built. This allows the Men’s Softball League and Shiocton Summer Sports to conduct summer sporting activities and tournaments.
There is an excellent playground area that is easily accessible to the pavilion. Along with a swim at your own risk swimming pond for those hot hot hot days.
Rifle & Archery Ranges
New Web page ShioctonShootingRange.org
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Effective Friday, July 31, 2015
All shooters using the range MUST read the range rules and sign the pay envelope indicating you agree to abide by the rules BEFORE SHOOTING. Stub must be with you while at the range.
$10.00 daily per shooter, includes access to all ranges.
$60.00 annual pass -Jan 1-Dec 31 (Information on ShioctonShootingRange.org) Annual Passes can be obtained by going to the website, stopping at the village hall, or at the pay stations and filling out the paperwork. The pass will then be sent to you via mail.
All violators will be prosecuted for trespassing to the full extent. There will be no warning as you have signed an acknowledgment stating you understand said rules and paid the daily fee.
Trespassing 11-3-8(a) $187.00
Range Rules 12-1-1 $124.00
Littering 11-3-2 $313.00
Sturgeon viewing pavilion with live feed of the Sturgoen spawning.
Thank You to The Shadows on the Wolf for making this possible!!
Bamboo Bend has a unique feature all its own. During the middle end of April, if you hit it just right, you just may get to see a Sturgeon. People from all around the state come to see the Sturgeon roll on the rocks. We have even had people as far away as Russia visit. Bamboo Bend is located at the intersection of State Road 54 and Old 54 Road.
If you would like to be on our Sturgeon viewing email list call the Shiocton Village Hall at (920)986-3415 or email the Village Clerk at email@example.com. At Sturgeon viewing time each year we will email you to let you know when the best time to view them is.
Shiocton Lake Park has a swim at your own risk swimming lake.
The Shiocton Department of Public Works tests the water several times per year and has not had any problems with the samples sent in.
FISHING at the lake is only allowed for age 16 and under.
Shiocton is known for spring walleye fishing!
*There is a boat landing located on the west end of the bridge on HWY 54
*There are 3 piers that are open to the public for fishing!
2 are located at the Village Hall/Police Department parking lot
1 is located in a small lot just east of Bamboo Bend.
*The piers were built and donated by Shadows on the Wolf.
Library Park & Hamlin Park
The Library Park is across the street from the library on the corner of Pine Street and Second Street. It consists of playground equipment and a seating area. It is a quaint park in the middle of the village.
Hamlin Park is on State Road 187 and consists a bathroom building and some playground equipment. There is rustic camping in the park with no hook ups for campers. Since this is Shiocton you may encounter a few mosquitos so make sure to bring some repellent.