Kilbourn Reservoir Park, a 35-acre City of Milwaukee park located in Riverwest at North Avenue and Humboldt Boulevard.

The park was created with the removal of a 135-year-old underground drinking water reservoir that once held 20 million gallons of water.

The land was donated in the 1870s to the City of Milwaukee by Mayor Byron Kilbourn.

Landscaping includes historic and native vegetation — trees, shrubs, and a mix of prairie grasses, sedges, and forbs

Furnishings include Harp lights, ornamental fencing, waste receptacles, benches along pathways, and bike racks at park entrances.


Recent Press Releases Referencing Kilbourn Reservoir Park

Riverwest Artists Association

Riverwest Artists Association | Jazz Gallery Presents DUPLEX by Joshua Hunt and Tonia Pochert Kountz

March 24th — April 21st, 2018. Opening Reception: Saturday, March 24th 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Skyline Music series starting this week

FREE summer concert series kicks off Tuesday

Ald. Milele Coggs

Skyline Music series starts today

New amphitheater debuts this evening as FREE summer concert series kicks off