Kiel Recreation Department

The Kiel Recreation Department offers one day trips, classes and events for all ages. Please check the page below for current listings.

For more information about Rec. Dept. programming, please contact Missy at 920-894-7861, or send an email.

Music and Movement Class

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Music and Movement Class
Fridays
July 1st 8th 22nd 29th Aug. 12th 19th
9 am to 9:30 am 3yrs. to 5yrs. Old
9:45 am to 10:15 am Birth to 2yrs. Old
Kiel Community Center Lower Level
Cost is $ 15.00 per student

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Boys and Girls Tennis Lessons

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Learn how to play tennis through drills, match play and having fun!
Grades 5K thru High School
Tennis courts at Belitz Park
Registration deadline June 6th, 2022
 

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Strong Women/ Strong Bodies Exercise Class

Tuesday and Thursday at 9 am, 10:30 am and 6 pm
2022 Class Schedule:
Session #2 April 12th to June 20th, Session #3 Sept. 6th to Nov. 29th

Please feel free to stop in and check out our class!
Instructor Bev Bonde
If you have questions, please call Missy at the Kiel Community Center (920) 894-7861

What does the program consist of?
The program consists of a short warm-up followed by strength training with free weights and ends with a balance exercise and stretching.

Who would benefit and why? 
The StrongWomen program is based on years of research on how strength training and proper nutrition improve the health of people of all ages.  “Strength is a critical factor In living healthier, more active lives.  Our research shows that a program of strength training not only improves bone density but reduces falls, improves arthritis symptoms, and increases flexibility and strength,” states Dr Nelson. The program is appropriate for both sedentary and active people.
 

Tae Kwon Do

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Class is held Monday at the Kiel Community Center - lower level from 5 pm to 6 pm.
Cost is $30 for 6 week session
Open to ages 5 yrs. to adult
Next session: May 9th to June 20th (no class on May 30th) 

Download "Tae Kwon Do May- June 2022.pdf"

Visit Our Parks!

The City of Kiel is very proud of its many parks. Residents and visitors have 13 parks to choose from. Whether you're looking for park equipment, benches, shade trees, or beautiful views, our park system has it all! Please see the listing below for a brief description of each park.
 
Rental for park buildings available by contacting Missy at (920) 894-7861 or email.

City Park History

About 1916 it appeared the ladies of the Kiel Frauenverein had an idea that a system of public parks were a necessity and of great benefit to present and future generations; the ladies agreed to acquire by purchase the Stoever property, located on Fourth street, and some three years later purchased from the Kiel Woodenware Co. the three lots adjoining the Stoever lots on the west, a total of six city lots.  At the time of the purchase of the foregoing properties by the Frauenverein, it was proposed by the members that as soon as these properties were paid for and were free from encumbrance; they would be donated to the City of Kiel for park purposes.  On the 5th day of November, 1921, deeds to the foregoing six lots were presented to the Common Council of the City of Kiel, transferring these valuable properties to the citizens of the city.  The properties consisted of all the space between 4th and 5th Streets and Paine Street and the alley.  The property purchased by the city, between 5th and 6th street, joined with the property purchased by the Frauenverien and was to be turned into a city park.
 
BELITZ PARK
500 Belitz Drive
Location: Belitz Drive off Cemetery Road
Features: Concession stand, restrooms, 2 baseball fields, 8 tennis courts, 2 basketball hoops, BMX bike track, and playground equipment

BIG ROCK PARK
726 Sheboygan Street
Location: Eighth St. and State Hwy 57/32
Features: Playground equipment, picnic tables, founder Henry Belitz Welcome to Kiel sign, open area with trees.
No restrooms.

BOY SCOUT PARK
121 Fremont Street
Location: (Gazebo) Second Street & Fremont Street
Features: Gazebo, paved walking path along Sheboygan River, benches, downtown area.

CITY PARK
417 Paine Street
Location: Paine Street between Fourth Street and Sixth Street
Features: Band shelter with restrooms, two open air shelters, playground equipment, picnic tables, skateboard area with equipment.
Highlights: Summer Concerts in the Park on Wednesday evenings, Dedicated Walk of Fame Walkway, site of Kiel Picnic and Custom Car Show in August.
Please contact Melissa Brandt at the Community Center to reserve shelters. You must live or work within the city limits and must be 18 years or older to reserve a shelter.

CONLEY PARK
81 Dewey Street
Location: Raider Heights and Dewey Street (Behind the Piggly Wiggly)
Features: Playground equipment, picnic tables, open area with trees.
No restrooms.

HINGISS PARK
315 River Terrace
Location: Third Street & River Terrace
Features: Pavillion (Thiessen Shelter), enclosed shelter (VFW Shelter), restrooms, playground equipment, picnic tables and benches.
Highlights: Disc golf course, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball court, footbridge across the Sheboygan River, fishing piers.
Please contact Melissa Brandt at the Community Center to reserve shelters. You must live or work within the city limits and must be 18 years or older to reserve a shelter.
If you reserve a shelter, you may also reserve a volleyball net and ball.

KARLS SPORTS TERRACE
103 River Terrace
Location: STH 67 & River Terrace
Features: Soccer fields, restrooms, basketball hoop

KIWANIS PARK
21 Fremont Street
Location: Fremont St. & Cleveland St.
Features: Restrooms, playground equipment, picnic tables, benches, paved walkway along Sheboygan River.

LIONS PARK
704 Tenth Street
Location: St. Paul Street between Ninth Street and Tenth Street
Features: Restrooms, playground equipment, open air shelter, picnic tables, benches, open area with trees.
Please contact Melissa Brandt at the Community Center to reserve shelters. You must live or work within the city limits and must be 18 years or older to reserve a shelter.

SISSON PARK
102 Rockville Road
Location: Rockville Road (1/2 mile east of STH 67)
Features: Restrooms, picnic tables, fishing along the Sheboygan River, fishing pier.

THIELMAN BARK PARK
Location: Rockville Road (1/4 east of STH 67)
Features: Fenced in park with a divided section for small and large dogs, benches, and trees for shade.
Kiel is proud to have one of the area's only dog parks.

TRIANGLE PARK
412 North Street
Location: Fourth St. & North St.
Features: Picnic table only

VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK
28 Water Street
Location: First Street & STH 57/32
Features: Veterans monument, military service flags, veterans brick pavers, situated along the Sheboygan River.

WAACK PARK
301 Rockville Road
Location: On Rockville Road, east of Hwy 67
Features: Playground equipment, open air shelter, picnic tables, benches, access to walking trails, basketball hoop

TRAIL SYSTEM
Kiel's trail system links several of our parks. All forms of non-motorized transportation are welcome. Click here for maps and information.