Hours of Operation6:00am-10:00pm (Unless special permission is granted)

Miller Park is a public park that covers over 80 acres.  The creation of the park was made possible through the generous donations of both funds and land.  The Village received its first deed to part of the park in 1972, and the park continued expanding until it reached its current size in 2009.  Citizens and organizations who have greatly contributed to the formation of the park include Charles A. Miller, James & Florence Laubach, William & Maxine Ford, Lewis A. Brown, the Edgerton Rotary Club, the Edgerton Chamber of Commerce, and the Edgerton Village Council.  The park is overseen by the Park Board Trustees, currently Cindy Kurtz, Camie Hicks, Nick Hug, Robert Siebenaler. 

Over the years, Miller Park has gained such amenities as an open-air pavilion with picnic tables, an open-air gazebo, and an enclosed shelter house that can be rented for receptions, meetings, reunions, and parties.  For rental policies, click here.  The park has one full-length and fully lit basketball court with four baskets, three tennis courts, and three adult co-ed regulation-sized softball fields.  One of the fields is equipped with a full concession stand with clean restroom facilities and a press box/media center with a fully lit field. 

Also available to the public is a sand volleyball court, a nature trail, a driving/chipping hill for golfers, horse shoe pits, and a sledding hill for the winter.  Miller Pond provides a dock for fishing, as well as access for non-motorized boats.  Fishing is on a catch-and-release policy only.  No fishing license is required to fish in the pond.  Swimming is strictly prohibited at the pond. The park also boasts a truck/tractor pull track facility with ample parking.  Additionally, children can enjoy “Munchkin Junction,” a well-maintained playground area.   

Miller Park also provides opportunities for the community to be involved.  The Park Board Trustees have a Memorial Tree Planting Program that offers individuals and organizations the chance to plant a memory tree.  For the tree planting order form, click here, or contact one of the Park Board Trustees.  In addition, the Park Board is selling monogrammed bricks for the Munchkin Junction Brick Walk.  To obtain a brick order form, please click here.

Community Choir singing at the Festival of Flags

Playing at Munchkin Junction

Sunset at Miller Park

Sunset at Miller Park

Sunset at Miller Park