The park and plaza within Green Bay Packers Titletown District opened to the public on Sept. 15, 2017. The 10-acre space features three playgrounds, a full-sized football field, and sections for games such as foosball, table tennis and horseshoes.
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The Green Bay Packers have a winner in Titletown.
The 10-acre park and plaza in the Titletown District opened to the public on Friday.
The next morning, the park was buzzing with activity – families with children checking out the three playgrounds, the young and old playing catch and kicking field goals on the 100-yard field, adults and kids racing each other in the 40-yard dash, and many others playing table tennis, bocce, shuffleboard, board games, and still others just hanging out or walking around.
All for free. All open to the public.
If one of the Packers’ goals was to attract people to the Titletown District on non-game days and give back to the community – mission accomplished.
This impressive investment in the community shouldn’t be understated.
When the Packers announced their plans for the Titletown District two years ago, they talked about a year-round destination for fans, tourists and residents of northeastern Wisconsin. With its…
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