The Boaz Community Park is open to the public daily from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.  Amenities include playground equipment, picnic shelters, ball diamond, vehicle track, horse arena, and a Little Free Library.  In season, enjoy fishing along the banks of Mill Creek and snowmobiling on the trails.

Fishing Regulations on Mill Creek
Just a reminder that Mill Creek is classified trout water from STH 171, upstream to the headwaters.  This means the harvest season runs from the first Saturday in May at 5:00 a.m. to October 15th.  Early season catch and release fishing is allowed from the first Saturday in January to the first Saturday in May.  During this time, all trout shall be immediately released and only artificial lures may be used.  
All fishing is prohibited from October 16th to the first Saturday in January.  

General inland water fishing regulations apply when fishing on Mill Creek, downstream of STH 171.  To learn more from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), click here.

ATV/UTV
At the May 9, 2017 regular meeting, the Boaz Village Board enacted an ATV/UTV ordinance.  At the January 9, 2018 regular meeting, the Board enacted an an ordinance to amend the ATV/UTV ordinance.  To view the ordinances, click here.  Route signs are now posted, and all are encouraged to enjoy this sport safely and responsibly.  To learn more from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), click here.

Local ATV/UTV club information is provided below.
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Here is a current map of Richland County ATV routes, courtesy of the Dayton Ridge Runners Snowmobile, ATV & UTV Club.
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A coalition of retired teachers has created a website, StopNDD.org, to help people get outside and make the most of the great outdoors.  For ideas and inspiration, click here

Scheduling Park Events

Park events are scheduled by appearing at a regular meeting of the Boaz Village Board.  To add an item on the next available agenda, please contact the Village President or Clerk. 

Park Fees and Donations

Park fees for high-attendance events – a $100.00 donation is suggested.

Horse Arena – there is no charge.

Concession Stands – a $30.00 per day required fee if the group cleans, $50 per day (minimum) required fee if the Village cleans.  Group may plug in refrigerators and freezer 24 hours prior to the event; there is a $5.00 charge for each additional day of cold storage.

Outdoor Park Lights (ball diamond, horse arena, vehicle track) - a donation of $10.00/hour is suggested.

Fees and suggested donations offset the cost of electricity and maintenance to ease taxpayer burden.  The above guidelines were updated at the June 13, 2017 regular meeting of the Boaz Village Board.