In 1965 when Preble consolidated with the City of Green Bay, there were three areas on the north side of Nicolet Road (now Bay Beach Road) which were designated Lakeside Place No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3. About 1975, it was no longer referred to as three different sites but it was just "Lakeside Place". Improvements were added such as a drinking fountain, octagonal shaped shelter, basketball court, play equipment, softball and picnic areas.
1976 - The Boy Scouts put up an encampment for the bicentennial celebration.
Lakeside Park was among the parks of the Town of Preble
until the town consolidated with Green Bay in July of 1965.
The park as taken over by the city consisted of three
south of Lakeside Place, north of Nicolet
Drive (since renamed as Bay Beach Road);
all designated as .
Each of the parts was less than an acre in size:
11/64; same information, typed version, undated; photocopies of covers from the actual abstracts, Northern Abstract Company, no date visible in the copies. PRF file
CONSOLIDATION: Preble and Green Bay. (The typed version is also found in PRF file
Park Areas: Preble Park.)
Park Sites, Former Town of Preble, one undated
Page 13of some larger report. PRF file
Park Areas: Preble Park.