Klipstine Park

Klipstine Park is a 15 acre park that is located at 900 Anderson Drive.

  • Community Center
  • One Baseball Field
  • One Basketball Court
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Volleyball Court
  • Playground Areas
  • Picnic Tables

Park History:  Developed in 1966, this park was originally known as the Dorn Acre Park Site, previously owned by George and Eva Hock.  The park is named after Alfred Klipstine, who served as a Village Town Treasurer and Supervisor.  Alfred’s parents built the farm he took over: the area on the SW corner of Lombardi and Ridge Road (now Titletown). 

The Town built a community center in Klipstine Park in 1969. The “new” community center was built in 2015, after a successful Village referendum.  The “old” community center is now being used as the museum for the Ashwaubenon Historical Society.