Glover Park


Glover Park

428 N. Glover Road, Hudson, WI

Park Reservation Form

Rental Fees:

Pavilion - Resident - $0/$50 deposit, Non-Resident - $50 rental fee/$50 Deposit

Community Kitchen - Resident - $125 fee/$200 deposit, Non-Resident - $250 fee/$200 deposit (deposit includes a $50 key card deposit)

PUBLIC WIFI-Glover Park now has WiFi Internet available within an approximately 100 foot range around the Community Building ( West Pavilion). The SSID is GLOVER-PARK-WIFI and there is no password required.

Restrooms in the community building are open for use. There are baby changing stations in both the men's and women's restrooms. A water bottle filler is located outside, between the restrooms.  If you are interested in reserving the West Pavilion, community kitchen, or East Pavilion, please contact the Clerk's office at the Town Hall.

Dog lovers, please grab a doggie waste bag from dispensers located outside the community building and 2 other locations close to Eagle Trail, and dispose appropriately in trash receptacles. Dogs MUST be leashed.

Winter at Glover Park

There are activities for all ages at Glover Park through the winter months!  Enjoy hiking and snowshoeing on the 2 1/2 mile trail system around the perimeter of the park and into the wooded bluff area, on marked trails.  For cross country skiing and snowshoe enthusiasts there are wide open spaces outside of the ball fields. There is a popular sledding hill above the playground!


The new multipurpose building is completed, and the facility is available for use.  The West Pavilion (to be used on a reservation/fee basis) is situated off the Community Kitchen (also to be reserved on a reservation/fee basis) on the west end of the building.  Picnic tables, including an accessible picnic table for wheelchair bound individuals.

A paved pathway meets up with Eagle Pass at the South Field, and to Eagle Trail, northeast of the building by crossing the park entrance roadway.

Trail upgrades including Eagle Trail, Eagle Pass, and Red Tail Path are nearly completed. The trails have been widened and a gravel base added for improved use and sustainability.  The public is invited to enjoy the new building facility and other significant improvements to Glover Park!


Bike Repair Station is installed and ready for use at Glover Park in the shelter across from the community building.  Air is available for bicycles ONLY, and there are tools for repairs.

Glover park

Glover Park is the perfect setting for families and friends to enjoy a picnic, hike the trails, snow shoe and cross country ski, watch children play at the recently expanded playground, play volleyball and other team sports, or just observe nature firsthand. Formal gardens and a native prairie planting beautify the park, and it is not uncommon to observe various butterfly and bird species on their southern migration. Regardless of where you live, this rural forty-acre park, "hidden" off N. Glover Road, is easily accessible from Hudson and River Falls by car, bike or foot.


  • Open 8 am to 1/2 hour after sunset, year round
  • Large pavilions with electricity and picnic tables
  • Community Kitchen
  • Two ball fields, North Field and South Field
  • Pickleball court
  • Drinking water is available both by the hand pump or electrically, by pushing large button next to the pavilion bulletin board.  A timer is set to turn off the water automatically after 1-1.5 minutes.  Thank you for conserving water in the park!
  • Restrooms
Ball Fields and Pavilions

Glover Park offers two ball fields, including the North Field that was completed in 2009. Both the South Field and the North Field maintenance is shared with volunteers from the Hudson and River Falls youth ball organizations, who reserve the fields Monday-Friday evenings from April 1-July 31. Both fields have crowd bleachers and picnic tables.

The pavilions, ball fields, and pickleball court are available by reservation for group use to residents and non-residents. Please contact the Town Clerk's office at 715-425-2665 to request a Use Application Form and your reservation request will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Eagle Scout Project, Scout Kyle Schultz, Glover Park, October 2013

Kyle Schultz completed interpretive markings along Eagle Trail, there is also a new park bench near the volley ball court.  this project was led by Kyle with other volunteering scouts.

Trail System

Eagle Trail circles the park and has rustic benches for "rest stops." The trail system was expanded in 2006 into the wooded buffs of the western and northwestern sections of the park, adding more than 1.5 miles. Hikers can now enjoy "Summit Loop," that has a natural overlook at the highest point, located in the northwest corner of the park. Outdoor enthusiasts can find a natural habitat diverse with native trees, woodland flowers, ferns, wild berries, and wildlife along the marked trail system.

A detailed interpretive map marks trail names and describes other park amenities, and is posted in the kiosk at the junction of Eagle Trail and Eagle Pass, and the informational kiosk next to the park pavilion.

Glover Park Trail Map


The playground area at Glover Park was updated and improved in 2009. A track ride, space net climber, and horizontal climber with other play accessories were added to the existing play events. The St. Croix County Parks Dept. completed an independent inspection in the same year to make the play area more safe and enjoyable for all users. A rubberized surface material was installed to one of the play structures, giving individuals with disabilities easier access to the equipment.