Bluhm Farm Park in Muskego
A 50-acre City of Muskego Park named after a German farming family that helped found Muskego. In addition to active recreation areas, Bluhm Park has extensive areas with natural resource value. There is a 16-acre oak-dominated forest that contains an ephemeral pond wetland. There are several exceptionally large black oak, bur oak, and white oak trees in these woods – some of which are likely over 200 years old. Prairie vegetation was planted on almost nine acres adjacent to these woodlands with oak trees planted within portions to re-establish the oak savanna cover type. A footpath traverses the woods and connects to the city-wide recreation trail network.
Park amenities include a designated area for golf, four softball / baseball diamonds, a football / rugby field, indoor restrooms, a reservable shelter, and picnic areas.
For more information or to reserve the park shelter, go to the City of Muskego website.
For a park map, click here.
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AddressS77W13607 McShane Drive
53150, Muskego, WI, US