Appleton, Wisconsin Parks and Places - Telulah Park

FACTS:
Address: 1300 E. Newberry Street, Appleton, Wisconsin
Established: 1940
History: In 1878 Telulah Park was known as Telulah Driving Park and featured harness racing. J.E. Harriman headed the driving park association in those days. A new and improved Telulah Park was dedicated June 15 and 16, 1940. There were dedication speeches by State Senator Robert M. LaFollette and Appleton Mayor John Goodland Jr.

In 1959 the Soo Line Railroad donated their Number 736 Steam Locomotive to the City of Appleton. Number 736 rests inside a fence on the Telulah Park grounds after traveling 2,896,000 miles in service for the Soo Line Railroad.

FACILITIES:
• Acreage: 27.0
• BasketBall Court(s)
• Disc Golf
• Drinking Water
• HorseShoe Pits
• Off Street Parking
• Pavilion(s)
• Picnic Area
• Play Ground
• Rest Rooms
• Soccer Field(s)
• SoftBall Diamond(s)
• Tennis Court(s), Lighted
PHOTOS:
Telulah Park (3-JUN-2000) Telulah Park (3-JUN-2000)
Original Entrance. Large Older Pavilion.
Telulah Park (3-JUN-2000) Telulah Park (3-JUN-2000)
Dad enjoying a Tom's shake. Number 736 Engine.


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