White River Park

Park Events

Park hikes and educational opportunities are being planned for 2020.


Park Features

White River County Park the County's largest park. With nearly 200 acres and two miles of frontage along the White River, this park features: 

  • A Canoe/Kayak Launch
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Seasonal Hunting and Trapping (by Permit Only)
  • Walking Trails
  • Shelter


Rules

Park Rules



White River Park Shelter

Shelter Rentals    

The shelter is rented on a first-come, first-serve basis.  The calendar below shows the dates the shelter has been reserved.

Calendar of Shelter Reservations (PDF)
Application to Rent Shelter (DOCX)     (PDF)
Frequently Asked Questions



Trails

Walking Trails

The following nature trails available at the park:

Take a virtual tour!  Visit our Storybook!



Hunting

Hunting & Trapping

Hunting and trapping is allowed with a permit from Walworth County.  There is no charge for the permit.  There are a maximum of 8 permits allowed per day.  The calendar below shows the number of permits that have been issued.

Application for Hunting and Trapping Permit (DOCX)     (PDF)
Calendar - Hunting and Trapping Permits Issued (PDF)

The following rules apply in addition to the Park Rules:



Volunteer

Volunteers assist with trail maintenance, invasive species removal, and park improvements at the Walworth County Parks. Water and lunch will be provided. Join us!

Park Volunteer Opportunities (PDF)

To RSVP for a work day, please contact Walworth County Volunteer Services at:

262-741-4223
clesniak@co.walworth.wi.us

Friends of the Park

The Friends of the White River Park & the Geneva Lakes Conservancy help plan and maintain the park.  Volunteers are appreciated and are always welcome!  Please consider joining.

Friends of WRP Logo

Geneva Lakes Conservancy Logo


Donations

Donations

Tree Donation Application (PDF)
Park System Donations (PDF)