Family Games and Activities


Children's area

Picnic Games Area 

Join your family and friends playing a variety of lawn games and games of skill, including: 

Giant Jenga - The classic game of Jenga- in an oversized format!  18 levels of stackable fun! 

Giant Checkers - Just like the board game but on a grander scale! 

Cornhole - One of the oldest games around. Guests toss the bean bags and try to get them in the hole to WIN!!!!!! Gather your friends for a friendly competition. 

Kerplunk -  a blast from the past with a cool look and attitude!

 ….and many more.

Children's Activities

Bring out the young adventurer in your kids with these fun, family activities:

Kohl's Building Blocks presented by Penfield Children's Center - a Penfield Children’s Center program that promotes the health and positive development of children and celebrates their unique abilities.            

Kohl’s Color Wheels presented by the Milwaukee Art Museum - an art-making experience presented by the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Milwaukee Fire Department Community and Kids 

The department is committed to community outreach and serving the citizens of the City of Milwaukee. Be sure to check out some of the programs being offered on-site:

Firefighter Rig vs Fire Boat -  A MFD engine and the Fireboat "Trident" will make an appearance and demonstrate firefighting equipment as they each compete with each other to hit select markers with water. Firefighters will distribute safety information and answer questions of those in attendance making your event an educational experience as well.            

MFD Safety Training - Get some hands on experience trying on Firefighter gear and even get in some target practice with hitting pylons with water from a fire hose. 

Survive Alive House - Every year thousands of Milwaukee children get the opportunity to experience the Survive Alive House. Children are given a brief instructional introduction and then are ushered into a bedroom. Cinematic smoke is pumped into the room and children are given an opportunity to demonstrate how they would get out. Staying low below smoke, feeling the door, and yelling for help are all reinforced during this unique learning experience.