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Horn Park

Horn Park, at 19 acres in size, is Brillion's largest and most diverse park. Located in the northeast section of the City.  It serves as a traditional community park, providing a variety of recreational opportunities for all age groups.

Most of the park's development is concentrated in the northern portion of the site which is rolling and tree-covered. A significant number of mature oaks, which are also scattered in other portions of the park, highlight the area.

Another prominent feature is a small manmade pond in the park's southwest corner. The city has maintained an active tree planting program to ensure that the park's character is preserved.  9-hole Disc Golf courses along with a play apparatus area are integrated into the park's wooded area.

Picnic facilities and benches are found primarily in the wooded area but have also been placed along the pond shoreline so that both of the park's major features can be enjoyed by users. Support structures include a sheltered picnic area; an enclosed shelter with three serving windows; an adjacent open-air amphitheater; a restroom facility; and maintenance shed.

A paved drive loops through the park, providing convenient access to all facilities. Paved parking areas are conveniently located by the enclosed shelter. Handicap parking is designated. A lighted paved walkway extends throughout the park.