Middleton is a place full of never-ending recreational opportunities. Middleton is a friendly community that accommodates all lifestyles, ages and interest. There are water opportunities, golf courses, ice arenas and parks with trails for walking or biking.
There are indoor and outdoor options for those that want to be active all year round. For poor weather, stick to the indoor athletic centers or bowling. Here is a look at the recreational facilities around Middleton.
Middleton Sport Bowl – 6815 University Avenue
The Middleton Sport Bowl is the place to go for bowling in the area. They have bumper bowling for the kids, a multi-level sports bar and four big screen HDTVs. Bring a group of up to 50 people for a special event and enjoy $5 round-trip Badger game shuttle with pre-game specials. It’s perfect for birthday parties, Saturday fun and adult nights out.
Pleasant View Golf Course – 1322 Pleasant View Road
Check out this fantastic golf course in the area. If you want to hit the greens, check out their 27 holes with an 18-hole set up, Par 71/72 and an excellent 9-hole par 3 course. There is a driving range to warm up too.
Walter R. Bauman Outdoor Aquatic Center – 2400 Park Lawn Place
If you want to hit the pools in the hot summer sun, try this outdoor aquatic center. It has an eight-lane competition pool, a diving well, plus two waterslides 134-foot in size. There is a concession area if you get hungry too. If you’re just looking for a splash pad, you can find one at Lakeview Park on Mendota Avenue.
Governor Nelson State Park – 5140 County Highway M
At Lake Mendota, you can enjoy the amenities at this state park. There is a boat launch, swimming area, trails for hiking and cross-country ski trails in the winter. Bring the pets for the pet swimming area too.Jolenta Averill on