This park in Onalaska was acquired in 2000 with the assistance of DNR Stewardship funds. This park is in the early stages of developments with the focus of the park to be on passive recreation. The park consist of multi-purpose trails that run from the wetlands area at the lower end of the park through areas of oak savanna to the rock quarry at the summit of the bluff that overlooks portions of the City of Onalaska.
The Greens Coulee Community Park is the central linkage of the Central Greenway System, connecting the eastern parts of the city to the west. Seven (7) acres of the Town of Medary parkland borders this park to the south. This park was also conceived as part of the Clearwater addition, as a conservation type subdivision that preserves both open space and value in the housing market. The park contains a variety of local landscape types including wetlands, a creek, upland hardwoods and prairie remnants.
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