Reineke Park, with the big white archway that says "Welcome to Milaca - Gateway to Mille Lacs" welcomes visitors entering Milaca from the north. It is located at 10th Street NW and Central Avenue N. This archway was reconstructed the summer of 2004 in hopes it will last another 50 years.
Reineke Park has 3 shelters: Fitzpatrick Shelter in the northwest corner of the park (closest to the restrooms), Civic Shelter, with electricity, located in the southwest corner, and the East Shelter located on the southeast side of the park closest to Central Avenue. Reineke Park has 5 free standing grills throughout the park but no firepits. While the restrooms have flush toilets, there are no water faucets for running water. Alcoholic beverages are allowed in city park shelters IF INDICATED ON THE PARK PERMIT. The park closes from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. (See Code of Ordinance #114.46 and #90.01 respectively).
Kids will certainly have a good time sliding down the slide and walking across the bridge just to name a few features. Swings are also available. Be sure to get a drink of water from the water fountain inside the huge lion's head! Kids will also enjoy this. Reineke Park is a very shaded, scenic park with all the flowers that are planted each year by several Milaca clubs and organizations.
- 3 shelters (1 shelter with electric)
- 5 free-standing grills provided throughout park
- Playground equipment
- Electricity in Civic Shelter (Southwest Corner) only