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There are plenty of things to do, places to stay, and resources available for a wide range of travelers. We feature excellent boating, fishing, hiking, and walking trails. Make your way to any of our beautiful parks or visit our shops and restaurants!

Things to do


Explore the beautiful Lake Wisconsin on your own boat or a rented one.

Boat landings

Local Boating Ordinances


Ice Age Trail Map - To see a regional overview map of Ice Age Trail segments in this area and driving directions and descriptions of each segment.

Devil's Lake Trail - Hiking and biking trail map.

Mackenzie Center Map - Environmental education center operated by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources near Poynette, Wisconsin.


Get a license

Bait Shop

Lake Wisconsin


  • Largemouth Bass (Common)
  • Smallmouth Bass (Common)
  • Northern Pike (Common)
  • Walleye (Common)
  • Panfish (Present)
  • Trout (Present)
  • Catfish (Present)

Spring Creek

Class "A" trout stream. More information can be found here.


Doctor's Park 

Doctor’s Park is an open, small gathering area at the top of Main Street. Every so often you’ll find the “Soon to be Famous Lodi Band” playing here. Doctor’s Park is located at the intersection of South Main Street and Columbus Street.

Glenview Park

Glenview Park is a quaint park offering a kid’s play structure and a basketball hoop (half court). It is located at the north end of Joyce Drive.

Goeres Park 

Goeres Park is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. With a pool, tennis courts, basketball court, garden, creek and even an ice skating rink, there is something for everyone.

Habermann Park

Habermann Park is known for its picturesque views and great photo opportunities. It is located across the street from Goeres Park which has many amenities, including a pool, tennis courts, basketball court, ball diamonds and garden walking path along the Spring Creek. Habermann Park is located at the intersection of Fair Street and Millston Avenue.

Spring Creek Park 

Spring Creek Park is located on Main Street where the Spring Creek flows through town. There is a stairway leading down to a small walkway along the creek where visitors may purchase dried corn to feed the ducks.

Strangeway Park 

Strangeway Park is a wonderful park covered by a canopy of shade trees. It is located near the intersection of Prospect Avenue and Strangeway Avenue at the entrance of the Lodi Golf Course.

Veteran's Memorial Park 

Veteran’s Memorial Park is located at the intersection of Water Street (Highway 60) and Pleasant Street. This park offers serenity as you watch the Spring Creek flow.

Westside Park 

The Westside Park is a park for kids of all ages. It offers loads of sun, swings and a large, open field with space to play a friendly game of kickball, or any other sport you like. It is located on Sunset Drive, near the intersection of Sunset and Dale Drive, in the Highlands of Ridgestone neighborhood.

The pool is a free pool and all are welcome. The pool offers changing rooms, chairs, umbrellas, lockers, and restrooms. Additionally, there is a zero-depth entry with wading area and a street-level entrance.

Lake Wisconsin

Enjoy a safe swim spot on Lake Park at the Okee Beach. This located on Rapp Rd. and County Rd. V in Okee.


We have a variety of different stores for you to shop at in Lodi, WI. If you are looking for that perfect gift, home decor item, specialty meat or cheese, or just wanting to find something new then take a stroll downtown. You can find a list of retail members here.

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