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Ingram Park

  • 5726 93rd St., Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158


For those who want a little downtime while visiting Pleasant Prairie, a trip to Ingram Park is definitely on the cards. This stunning park location offers a wide range of activities for individuals of all ages and abilities. The expansive 30-acre green space is ideal for individuals needing a little time out in the open air.

Open all year round, Ingram Park is continually changing with the seasons, making it a great place for both sunbathing in the summer and sledding in the winter! There’s also plenty of parking available, which helps make the park a brilliant and easily accessible destination. Ingram Park also offers plenty of walking trails around the site, play areas for the kids to enjoy, and even a dog park for large and small dog breeds (though access to the dog park isn’t free). There are also plenty of green open spaces if you just want to put your feet up for a while.

While visiting Ingram Park, it’s always worthwhile to spend some time looking over the serene fishing pond. The park also features a tree-lined walk planted in honor of those who served and lost their lives in the Vietnam War.

Ingram Park was opened relatively recently after John and Dorothy Ingram donated the land from their estate for use by the village. As such, it’s safe to say this generous offer has been well-received by locals and visitors alike!

Ingram Dog Park fees and Village dog licensing:

Village resident for first dog - $20
Senior (60+)/disabled - $10
Non-resident for first dog - $25
Additional tag for each dog (up to 3) - $5
Annual tag replacement fee - $5

Village resident per dog/per day - $2
Non-resident per dog/per day - $5