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Community Events & Recreation

Farm tractors from a range of decades drive down the street during a parade in the Village of Boyceville, Wisconsin.

The Cucumber Festival

The Cucumber Festival is also known as the Pickle Festival; it is our annual festival that brings visitors from both near and far. This festival is held the 3rd full weekend in August each year. Some of the highlights of the Cucumber Festival are:

  • Softball Tournament – All weekend at Pafko Park
  • Grand Parade – 1:00pm on Sunday afternoon
  • Games for young and old all weekend
  • A variety of food stands
  • Live music

Contact Tillie at Buckshots for more information at 715-643-2739 or email her.

Community members gather in front of the public library to celebrate the Spirit Of Christmas festival in the Village of Boyceville, Wisconsin.

The Annual Boyceville Spirit of Christmas

The Spirit of Christmas is a community event. There is a snowmobile show and swap meet on Main Street. Trinity Church has a Silent Auction and Bake Sale. Along with a Craft / Vendor Sale at TCE School. There is a live nativity scene along with a lighted holiday parade. Including the lighting of the official Christmas tree. Everyone is encouraged to join in our festive holiday celebration.

Sign for the Northwest Public Shooting Range in the Village of Boyceville, Wisconsin.

Northwest Public Shooting Range

The Northwest Public Shooting Range was created in 1981 through the courtesy of the Northwest Rod and Gun Club and The Village of Boyceville. The range is open when there is a supervisor there.

Elementary teacher and some students walk to Tiffany Creek in the Village of Boyceville, Wisconsin while carrying buckets and nets for a science experiment.

Boyceville Community Education

Community Education offers the Boyceville School District and Community with the following courses and activities throughout the year for all ages:

  • Adult Classes
  • Elementary Recreation
  • After School / Early Release Day Programs
  • Summer Recreation Programs
  • School Building Reservations
  • Park Reservations

Please contact the School for more information at 715-643-3647.

Entrance to the Boyceville Public Library in the Village of Boyceville, Wisconsin.

Boyceville Public Library

Boyceville Public Library is located at 903 Main Street and offers a reading group for 3-5 year old children and other great community resources. Call 715-643-2106 for more information.

Playground at Andy Pafko Park in the Village of Boyceville, Wisconsin.

Andy Pafko Park

Andy Pafko Park boasts covered pavilions, a baseball diamond, tennis courts, basketball court, volleyball court, and several different types of playground equipment for the younger children and restroom facility.

Freedom Park

Freedom Park is located on Highway 79 just as you enter Boyceville. The park is great if you have a camper and would like a place to park and camp. There are several electric hookups and fire pits and one covered pavilion.

There is no water for individual hookups. Water can be refilled at the hydrant. Camper may use the showers located in the restrooms; restrooms and dump site close after Oct 15th each year. Any stay over 31 days in a season must be approved by the board.

Nightly Camping Fees

Electric Site: $25.00

Non-Electric Site: $15.00

Put the camping fee in the drop box located outside the Village Hall at 1233 Charlotte Street.

No reservations taken, first come first serve.