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Copeland Park
1130 Copeland Park Dr.
La Crosse, WI 54601
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(608) 789-7533

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Copeland Park was opened in 1909 and is located on the Northside of La Crosse. Copeland is well known for the train, being the Northside Oktoberfest grounds and for housing the Loggers baseball field. Outside of the Oktoberfest and the Loggers, there are many things to do there. There is a playground, two shelters, ice skating during the winter, tennis and basketball courts, fishing, and a splash pad.

  • Parking
  • Open Area
  • Playground
  • Restrooms
  • Shelters
  • Tennis Courts
  • Copeland Ball Field
  • Softball Diamond
  • Basketball Courts
  • Ice Skating
  • Fishing
  • Floral Area
  • Splash Pad

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Copeland Park was started by Frederick Allen Copeland donating land in June 1909. Mr. Copeland was the owner of the La Crosse Lumber Company and a one-time Mayor of La Crosse in the years 1891-1892. Almost 30 years later, in 1936, a wading pool was installed to allow kids to keep cool and have fun in the summer. A year later tennis courts were added. After a few years of just land, the city decided to install a curb and gutters on the east side of Copeland Park Road (1941). Read more »

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