The Village of Kohler Parks
Parks were important to Walter J. Kohler, Sr., who considered them “the lungs of a city.” The following parks are located within the Village of Kohler:
Kohler Co. annual employee picnic and Quarter Century Club picnics are hosted at this park.
Upper Lost Woods Park
This park features a baseball diamond, volleyball court and soccer field.
In 2000, The Nature Theatre in Ravine Park, designed by the Olmsted Brothers, received American Society of Landscape Architects honors with the ASLA National Medallion Award, presented during the annual Sousa concert on July 4. The award recognized the superb design and long-term preservation of Ravine Park.
This peaceful destination encompassing over 20 acres showcases a wide variety of shade and ornamental trees.