Village of Pewamo
Sesquicentennial Park is a beautiful addition to Main Street, which hosts our historic mural created by Dan Arens and the old Pewamo High School Bell on loan from the Joe Bower family. The clock in the center of the park was donated by the Pewamo Soccer League in 2009.
The Village of Pewamo was proud to unveil the mural at Block Party 2014. The mural is designed after a historic Pewamo postcard of the original Pewamo Depot, also included in the mural is a tribute to our namesake, Chief Pewamo.
Here’s a little secret….Dan hides a mouse in the murals he creates! Have you found the one hidden in the Pewamo mural?
Pewamo is very grateful for the many donations which made the mural possible, along with all other donations which add to the charm and comfort of Sesquicentennial Park!
The Village of Pewamo recognizes the importance of recreation and its ability to add to the quality of life for our residents and visitors.
Our largest Village park is Pewamo Recreational/Blossom Time Park, which is a nine acre facility that offers a variety of recreation opportunities. There are three ball fields, soccer fields, two tennis courts that include pickle ball, horseshoe pits, beach volleyball courts and an abundance of playground equipment for the children to enjoy. There are also two pavilions, equipped with picnic tables, that can be rented for various events. The grounds include restrooms and plenty of parking for the convenience and comfort of those who come to enjoy our park.
This park becomes quite a gathering place during the spring and summer sporting seasons and is often the place where you will find families and friends watching little league, softball or t-ball games. Those who come to watch the game will enjoy a friendly and welcoming environment as much as they enjoy the events.
We hope this park can gain a reputation as a place where fun is had and friendships are made!
Just a couple miles north of Pewamo, golfers can enjoy the scenic 18 hole Huckleberry Creek Golf Course. Built in 1988, Huckleberry Creek is a state-recognized tourist attraction and is open to public use.