Coordinates: 43°07′52″N 89°22′01″W / 43.131123°N 89.366827°W
Warner Park plaque on Forster Drive
Warner Park is a community park on the northeast side of Madison, Wisconsin near Lake Mendota. It is the annual home for the largest fireworks show in the Midwest, Rhythm and Booms.
Warner Park is also the home to the
Madison Mallards baseball team, a member of the Northwoods League. Its stadium, nicknamed the "Duck Pond", was built in 1982 and has a capacity of 7500. It also hosts the Madison East High School and Madison La Follette High School baseball teams.
The adjacent football field was formerly the home of the Madison Mustangs, a
semi-professional football team that played in the Central States Football League in the 1960s and 1970s.
Warner Park contains a multi-purpose facility for community activities. It has a gymnasium, a fully equipped exercise room, a game room and dry and wet craft rooms. Meeting rooms and community rooms are available for rent.
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