Lone Rock, Wisconsin Community
The Community Parks
This small park at the juncture of STH 130 and Union Street commemorates Dr. Bertha Reynolds.
Garrison Park on STH 130. The monument reads,
"Garrison Park Presented to the village of Lone Rock by Grace Garrison
Lincoln, born in 1871 Given in memory of her parents William A.
Garrison, First Wis. Cavalry in the Civil War Flora
Ball Garrison, born in 1849 and all other early settlers of the
vicinity. Garrrison Park is dedicated to the health and
recreation of the people o fthe area.
The park includes a shelter house and playground.
Battery Park just south of and abutting Garrison Park on STH 130 is the scene of the annual Memorial Day observances. In the center is the memorial to the 6th Wisconsin Battery, erected in 1884. On the far left is the restored Henry Dillon's tailor shop.
The softball park on West Union Street has long been a source of community pride in the youth of Lone Rock. From little league to slow pitch it has served the village youth well. It has also served as a park for summetime outdoor movies and small carnivals like the Toby Show in years past.
Fireman's Park on Lone Rock's south side a block
west of STH 130 is the scene of the annual 4th of July fireworks and
celebration. It boasts two baseball diamonds, a tennis
court, shelter house and playgorund area. Recent events here
include the Civil War Re-enactment of the Battle of Jackson.