Join The Rumpus Room for this wet, wild, wacky water-themed fundraising event! Learn more>>

Join The Rumpus Room for this wet, wild, wacky water-themed fundraising event! Learn more>>

Make a splash in our community!

We are getting close! Thank you to all our donors, and special thank you to
TWO RECENT WONDERFUL SUPPORTERS:

Steve Olsen for  $45,000 total pledged

and $10,000 given by Amy & Jeremy Owen and sons Keevon, Marvin & Markeese, given in memory
of their daughter and sister Audrey May Owen

Donate to the splash pad today and make it a reality!


Join us in our mission to build a splash pad in Mazomanie’s Lions Park. The splash pad will be free to users, handicapped accessible and inclusive of all ages to promote the health and wellbeing of our community. It will foster long term economic vitality in the Wisconsin Heights community, as well as encourage connections to an expanding park system. Learn more about this exciting effort on this site, and consider making a donation to help make this splash pad a reality for families across our communities.  


Along with grants from community foundations, we'll need generous donations from the community.
Please donate today!

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Please make checks payable to: Mazomanie Charitable Alliance, and send to: PO Box 284, Mazomanie, WI53560. In the memo line, please include WHts Cmty Splash Pad. Thank you!


Our splash pad is beyond fabulous. Most weekends, it’s standing room only.
— Tim Freudenthal, Wautoma
Our splash pad has added activity for those utilizing the park for events, which in turn has increased our park revenues!
— Penni Klein, City of Middleton
The City of West Bend Wisconsin constructed a splash pad next to their wading pool and saw attendance increase by 111% over the year.
— West Bend Wisc. testimonial
When comparing numbers for the same number of days year-­to-­year, the pool attracted 45 percent more residents.,
— Salisbury park