Bloomfield, Wisconsin
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Recreation & Community Events


The Village of Bloomfield has attracted many visitors over the years to enjoy the parks and lakes.  Pell Lake beach is a place for residents and tourists to enjoy lakefront activities.    Swans and their young were spotted on Pell Lake, as pictured above.  Other area lakes Lake Benedict, Powers Lake, Lake Ivanhoe, and Tombeau Lake. 

McKay Park located on Lake Geneva Highway is scheduled for improvements contingent upon grant funding along with use of restricted park impact fee dollars.  The Village will continue to strengthen its resources for future grant applications.

While the improvements were put on hold because of lack of funding.  The municipalities previously considered an easement agreement with the Geneva Lake Conservancy.   Most currently, the Village formed an Ad-Hoc McKay Park Committee. 

Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan

COMMUNITY EVENTS
2018 FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVITIES

11:00 AM Parade Line-Up (Lakeshore Drive & Orchid)

12:00 Noon Parade Starts

Food, Drinks, Crafters at Town Hall following parade

Fireworks at Dusk over Pell Lake

Pick up your FREE copy of the 4th of July Business Guide at most establishments in Bloomfield or at Town Hall to  and support our local sponsors!

So you want to be in the parade?  Please contact Bobbie Jo Wakey (262) 279-or pick up a parade entrance form at Town Hall in advance, if possible.  All floats are welcome in the parade.  Kids decorate your bikes with Red, White & Blue!

Kids Day Out

Sponsored by the Bloomfield Police Department, this fun filled day includes identification cards for children, games, prizes, and a demonstration by police officers.  The dunk tank which features the police officers on rotation, punch cards for games & activities, children's bounce house, and raffle prizes highlight the days activities.  Community sponsors are much appreciated.  Donations are accepted in cash or prizes.  Please join us this year on Saturday, August 25, 2018!

CHAMPS Fundraiser annually in June.

For more information about the event or to make a donation, please contact Chief Cole at (262) 279-3454.

Community Room Rental Application  N1100 Town Hall Road

Maximum capacity: 170 people        RENTAL FORM                                   
$50 reservation deposit, $200 resident use fee (less deposit), subject to availability & other requirements.  Local, registered not-for-profit groups and government agencies are no-charge. 

Indoors, there are 16 tables and 37 chairs and kitchen use available with room rental.  Outside, there are 4 picnic tables.  There is NO outdoor shelter.  Renter supplies own garbage bags.  

Reservations may be cancelled by the municipality for reasons beyond their control (emergency, special election, etc.).  For reservation information, please contact the Village/Town Clerk at 279-6039.