Located in the heart of Madison, Town Park hosts a variety of the town’s favorite festivals, concerts, and private events.

 

But visitors don’t need a formal reason to go. With its large, grassy lawn, gazebo and picnic areas – not to mention free Wi-Fi – Town Park is the perfect place to escape any time of year.

 

Amenities

  • Public restrooms
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Picnic Tables and Benches

Dawn to Dusk

ABOUT

Located in the heart of Madison, Town Park hosts a variety of the town’s favorite festivals, concerts, and private events.

 

But visitors don’t need a formal reason to go. With its large, grassy lawn, gazebo and picnic areas – not to mention free Wi-Fi – Town Park is the perfect place to escape any time of year.

 

While enjoying the park, be sure to take note of Cooke Fountain. Originally standing in front of the Morgan County Courthouse, the statue was bequeathed to the City in 1908 by the well-respected Madisonian Sarah Benham Judd Cooke as a “First Class Watering Hole” for horses. Though the original fountain was moved and eventually lost in the early 1900s, research led to the discovery of the original molds. The fountain was recreated and is now a magnificent centerpiece to Madison’s beloved Town Park. 

 

Amenities

  • Public restrooms
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Picnic Tables and Benches
HOURS & ADMISSION

Open Dawn to Dusk

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