White River Park

Park Features

White River County Park the County’s largest park. With nearly 200 acres and two miles of frontage along the White River, this park features: 

  • A Canoe/Kayak Launch
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Seasonal Hunting and Trapping (by Permit Only)
  • Walking Trails
  • Shelter

This link will take you to a list of Park Rules

White River Park Shelter

Shelter Rentals    

The shelter is rented on a first-come, first-serve basis.  The shelter can comfortably seat 80 individuals. Contact 262-741-3114, Option 2, to determine if the shelter is available for a specific date. 
Park Shelter Reservation or Special Permit

Frequently Asked Questions

Walking Trails

The following nature trails are available at White River Park:

Take a virtual tour!  Visit our Storybook!

Hunting & Trapping

Hunting and trapping is allowed with a permit from Walworth County.  There is no charge for the permit.  There are a maximum of 8 permits allowed per day.

Application for Hunting and Trapping Permit

The following rules apply in addition to the Park Rules:

Park Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed for a half-day to assist with trail maintenance, invasive species removal, and park improvements at the Walworth County Parks.  To RSVP for a work day, please contact Walworth County Volunteer Services by telephone 262-741-4223 or email ketexidor@co.walworth.wi.us

Please refer to our Volunteer Workday and Educational Schedule for the dates.

Friends of the Park

The Friends of the White River Park & the Geneva Lakes Conservancy help plan and maintain the park.  Volunteers are appreciated and are always welcome! Please consider joining.

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Tree Donation Application
Park System Donations