Parks & Recreation
Greenspace is an area of protected or conserved land or water set aside by the Town of Stockton for use by it's residents for the sake of recreational, ecological, environmental, or aesthetic interests.
The Town of Stockton's greenspace consist of areas where development is limited or controlled to create undeveloped areas of land or water, and includes land owned by the Town of Stockton, Portage County and area non-profit organizations.
- Arnott Centennial - 0.6 acre park, located at 4487 County Rd J, Stevens Point
- Buckhorn Park - 1.22 acres, located at 6270 Leroy Ln, Stevens Point
- Country Beautiful Park - 5.2 acres, located at 7129 Country Beautiful Ln, Stevens Point
- Hoffman's Custer Square - 1.75 acres, located at 1034 Custer Square, Stevens Point
- Lone Pine Park - 0.6 acre, located at 6775 Oak Tree Rd, Stevens Point
- Town of Stockton Park (0.2 miles from corner of 6th & Custer Rd) - 34 acres, located at 3333 Custer Rd, Custer
Portage County Parks
Standing Rocks Park - Standing Rocks Park is located on 29 acre Bear Lake, in the southwestern part of the Town of Stockton. The park has been developed as a winter sports area, featuring downhill and cross-country skiing. The Portage County facility encompasses 531 acres, the majority of whoch is maintained in a natural state.
Tomorrow River State Trail - The Tomorrow River State Trail segment within Portage County is a 14 1/2 mile trail developed along an abandoned railroad grade starting in the Village of Plover and ending at the Waupaca County line. This trail goes through the communities of Arnott and Smokey Spur, with a public parking area accessible from Custer Road.
Ice Age Trail - The Ice Age Bicycle Trail runs north and south along the glaciated areas of eastern Portage County for a total of 48 miles. The trail was designed specifically for bicyclists as it runs along portions of major roadways.
State Recreational Lands - The DNR has identified Fishery Management Areas throughout Portage County, including the Tomorrow River and Little Plover River in the Town of Stockton. The State currently owns 85.7 acres in the Town of Stockton associated with the Tomorrow River Fisheries Areas, with additional areas that have been identified for possible future acquisition.
Other Resources and Links
Arnott Lions Park - Owned by the Arnott Lions Club, Arnott Lions Park provides shelters, a softball diamond, restrooms, horseshoe pits, kids playground and a picnic area that is made available to individual families and small groups. A nominal fee will be assessed to groups wishing to reserve the Park for a day or more. For more information, contact Mary Shepherd at (715) 572-3032.