Wheeler Park is the site of a kid's fishing pond, playground, picnic areas and natural beauty.
The land for Wheeler Park was donated by the developer of the Wheeler housing subdivision, on what used to be the Wheeler Farm. Quaint wooden wagon wheels mark the entrance to the subdivision, of which the park is the centerpiece.
Playground equipment has been installed and picnic tables placed on the grounds. Charcoal grills are available for cooking. Two wooden bridges have been completed with an iron crescent bridge spanning the water to the island in the pond. The shelter has a family bathroom. The shelter can be reserved in advance for functions by calling the Parks and Recreation Office. If no reservation exists, then it used on a first come first served basis.
Wheeler Park is also the site of the Memorial Avenue of Trees, and the site of the swing and arbor, and rose garden given in honor of Claire Wheeler Sutherland, friend and benefactor of Wheeler Park.