Community and Recreation
One of the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department is to provide residents with a variety of recreational opportunities both through direct department programming as well as directing residents to other recreational providers. While department programming is currently minimal, we hope to add additional opportunities in the future. If there are specific programs that you would like to see us provide, please feel free to contact the Park Recreation and Forestry Dept. Watch the Parks and Recreation Facebook page to see the status of tennis lessons or if the movie night will be held in the pavilion.
Check out our Online Recreation Center here!
Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, Village staff have embraced our mission to deliver essential & desired services to the Greenville community. The Village is continuing that strategy by preparing a response plan for the 2021 Season. Greenville's approach is complementary to the guidelines and recommendations of the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). View our 2021 COVID Response Plan here. For specific questions, please contact our office at (920) 757-7276
Tennis Lessons - Lessons are held twice a week for six weeks at Jennerjohn Park and are taught by qualified instructors, based on the United States Professional Tennis Registry standard of teaching. Each lesson focuses on at least one stroke going over correct grip and progressions of the stroke. Participants are required to bring their own racquet.
2021 Tennis Registration Form - Please note that we will not accept any registration form prior to to the start of registration on April 12, 2021.
Community Movie Night - The Greenville Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department in partnership with the Greenville Lioness Club show an outdoor movie at Lions Park on several nights throughout the summer. The movie is free and there are concessions served in the pavilion. In the event of rain or high winds, the movie will be moved into the pavilion. When shown in the pavilion, the movie may begin BEFORE dusk, so please come early!
Other Recreational Providers:
Greenville Youth Sports is a private organization that provides baseball, softball and t-ball programming at Community Park. For more information please visit their website.
The Fox West YMCA is a non-profit organization that provides many recreational opportunities to both members and non-members. For more information on their programs please visit their website or stop in at their facility located at W6931 School Rd.
Fox Cities United Soccer Club is a private organization that provides soccer programming at the Greenville Sports Complex. For more information, please visit their website.
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