Recreation Facilities

Hart Park

Hart Park runs along the south side of The Village in the City of Wauwatosa.  Complete with playground, splash pad, sports fields skateboard park (opening summer 2015), and much more, this park is a regional destination for play. Hart Park’s Rotary Performance Stage plays hosts Tosa Tonight, a free summer concert series. The Oak Leaf bike trail, ideal for walking, biking, running and roller-blading, connects the commercial center of The Village to the activity in Hart Park. 

The Village does not oversee rental of any of the Hart Park facilities. Click the links below for information about rental of the various facilities.

Root Common

Root Common, a triangular green space located at the crossroads of Wauwatosa and Harwood Avenues, has become a year-round gathering space for the Wauwatosa community.  From sitting and enjoying with an ice cream cone or frozen yogurt to the setting of our tree lighting, this area is usually bustling with activity.

Pocket Park

Pocket Park offers shade, benches and a quiet reprieve just feet from the hustle of The Village commercial district.

Recreation Facilities

Hart Park Sports Fields
7300 W Chestnut Street, Wauwatosa WI

Hart Park offers a variety of recreation opportunities for residents of the City of Wauwatosa and surrounding communities. Facilities include tennis courts, a softball diamond, sand volleyball courts, an eight-lane running track and turf fields for football, soccer, field hockey and Lacrosse.

Click here for details about rental of the stadium and/or turf field.

Wauwatosa Curling Club
7300 W Chestnut Street, Wauwatosa WI

Grab your stone and get ready to sweep at the Wauwatosa Curling Club. The Curling Club started in 1921 and continues today in the Muellner Building. Click here to view an interview with the Curling Club on Around the Corner with John McGivern.

7001 W State Street, Wauwatosa WI

Tosa Skateboarders United have been working tirelessly to build a world class skateboard park in Wauwatosa’s Hart Park. Designs have been developed and ground breaking should take place in 2015.

Oak Leaf Trail

Oak Leaf Trail

The Oak Leaf Trail connects The Village Commercial District to Hart Park toward the east and Hoyt Park toward the west. Offering scenic paved and mountain bike trails along the Menomonee River, this offers easy access to nearby beauty.

For information about the many parks and recreation centers available in the City of Wauwatosa, visit