- Baseball / Softball Diamond
- Nixon Park Fine Arts Center
- Picnic Shelters
- Soccer Field
- Tennis Court
- The Splash Pad
The park is home to the Splash Pad and Fine Arts Center and also includes a baseball diamond with bleachers and dugouts, four tennis courts, soccer fields, four shelters, restrooms, and play equipment. A pond fed by the Bark River provides hours of fishing enjoyment for everyone. A handicapped accessible pathway winds along the river bank and around the pond. It is a great place to picnic and play. Pathways at the southeast corner of the park connect with a path around Mill Place subdivision or a path along Maple Avenue. The Ice Age Trail enters the southwest end of Nixon Park and continues north through the park, behind the Hartland Public Library, through the downtown, along the Bark River past the Village of Hartland Fire Dept and Bark River Park to eventually connect with Hartbrook Park.
Nixon Park is also the site for Hartland’s Hometown Celebration. The Hometown Celebration is held every year during the last weekend in June. The Hometown Celebration consists of live music, food, refreshments, arts and crafts vendors, a parade, and fireworks. Fireworks are held on Friday night at 9:30 p.m. and the Parade is held on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. More information is posted on our website closer to the date of the event.
Followers of Lake Country Family Fun have name Nixon Park as one of their favorite parks!