Portage Park District conserves important natural areas and creates parks and trails for public use and enjoyment. We partner to improve the health and quality of life in our communities, while realizing significant economic benefits.
Looking to embrace the beauty of the outdoors? Portage Parks offers a variety of educational activities, outdoor adventures, races and walks, and numerous other events throughout each season.
There are many ways that you can help support the Portage Park District in our mission to conserve Portage County’s natural and cultural resources. Learn more about donation and volunteer opportunities and then contact us. Thanks!
Portage Parks has lots of fans who love the parks and trails for all kinds of reasons. This slide show will feature testimonials from folks who use the parks, or just appreciate knowing that we are conserving our natural and cultural heritage. Add your voice — send your photo and phrase saying why YOU love Portage Parks to email@example.com and then check back regularly to see the show grow.
An independent, all volunteer Citizens for the Portage Park District committee has formed to advocate for the passage of the park levy in May. They are holding a Volunteer Orientation get together Friday, February 21 at 6:00. To learn more about the issue and…
With severe cuts in recent years to the Park District, and an operating budget for 2014 of less than $100,000, the Park Board has placed the issue of a 1/2 mill, 10 year operating and improvement levy on the May 6th ballot. The levy…
The Portage Park District Foundation is seeking nominations for the 16th Annual Environmental Conservation Awards that will be presented at the Awards Dinner on April 5, 2014. For more information, to register, and to download nomination and sponsor forms, click on the title above.