Picnic Shelters & Rentals
Shelter Reservation Information
Park shelter areas are available for family and group outings. Reservations for any shelter may be made on-line at https://apm.activecommunities.com/newberlin/Home
; or in person at the Recreation Department (2nd Floor of City Hall):
3805 S. Casper Dr.,
New Berlin, WI 53151
New Berlin resident requests for summer group picnic reservations are accepted on-line or in person starting the second Monday in January at the department office. Non-residents may reserve a site starting on the first Monday in March. Picnic sites will not be rented out for Malone Park
on July 1st through July 4th, or the days directly following if July 4 falls on a Friday or Saturday. This gives sufficient time for park crews to clean up after the Fourth of July Festival held in the park.
Picnic Rates & Policies 2017
Pictures of Picnic Shelters
Picnic Kits containing a Softball, Bat, Bases, Basketball, Volleyball, Net, Football, and Frisbee are available for a $15 fee.
The fee is paid at the time the picnic permit is issued. (There is no refund for Kits that are not picked up)
Instructions for Pick-up and Returning Picnic Kits:
When picking up or returning Picnic Kits: Please enter the "Employee Parking Lot" behind City Hall (3805 S. Casper Dr.).
Drive up to the first set of glass doors (where the Park & Rec Drop Box is located). Ring the Doorbell/Intercom and a staff
member will assist you.
Pick-up and Drop Off are as follows: (8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
Weekend Picnics - Pick-up Kit on Thursday/Friday & Return on Monday.
Mid-Week Picnics - Pick-up Kit one day prior to/or the day of picnic & Return by day after picnic.
City Ordinance 168 establishes park use rules and regulations governing parks and parkways under the jurisdiction of the New Berlin Parks, Buildings and Grounds Commission
, including prohibition of horses, golfing, and the operation of any motorized vehicles except in designated posted areas. Dogs are allowed in the parks but must be on a leash and are not allowed on athletic fields or in spectator areas. Glass beverage containers are prohibited in all public parks, and use of alcoholic beverages requires a park permit.