Check out our list of 101 Things to See & Do for Under $10 in the Kenosha Area!
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Beach, picnic areas, fishing, sledding.
Concrete skatepark, playground, picnic areas, baseball and soccer fields, and fishing pond (95 acres).
Picnic areas, shelter rental, playgrounds, baseball diamonds, fishing pond, 45-hole golf course.
Picnic areas, shelter rental, playground, 4.28 miles of hiking trails through the woods.
Separate areas provided for small and large dogs.
Four baseball diamonds, one soccer field, horseshoe pits, playground and picnic area.
A 250-acre remnant lake plain wet prairie described as an ecological gem.
Located in the Civic Center Historic District, a miniature Statue of Liberty is located here.
Beach, walking and bike trail, and playground.
Picnic areas, shelter rental, playgrounds, sledding hill, home of Ray Berres Field baseball diamond and more!
HarborPark is the epicenter of Kenosha’s beautifully redeveloped Lake Michigan shoreline.
Visitors can purchase an annual dog tag or pay a daily fee to use the county off-leash dog park.
Large and small dog areas, a milk-bone shaped pond, and decorative fire hydrants for the dogs’ enjoyment.
Hike the 4.2 miles of trails or enjoy catch and release fishing.
Arboretum, picnic areas, and a biking and walking path along the lakefront.
Picnic area, hike/bike trail and playground.
Kenosha County bicycle facilities have been planned to provide a trans-county network of pathways for you to explore on two wheels.
Simmons Library is located in the park, which is the center of the Library Park Historic District.
Featuring the Warren J. Taylor sunken flower garden.
Nature area with seasonal hunting.
Swim beach with lifeguards on duty, picnic areas, off-leash dog park, home of Spencer Field baseball diamond.
Bike trail, public beach, fishing. Bandshell with summer outdoor performances.
Trails, playgrounds, volleyball courts, softball diamonds, public golf course, sledding hill, and the Carlisle Family Dog Park.
Hike or bike along the 10.2-mile trail through Kenosha County.
Wooded nature area for hikers, open air pavilion, playground, and fishing (north pond).
Rent pedal boats, canoes, or sailboats to enjoy on Lake Andrea during the summer.
Hike on the wood chip trails through this majestic oak community in the Bristol Woods upland forest.
Almost 30 miles of trails for biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, hiking and horseback riding.
260-acre park known for its excellent swimming beach, lifeguards on duty, concession stand, hiking trails, and more!
Public Lake Michigan beach near a park, paved bike trail, two historic lighthouses and more!
Children's playground and multi-purpose field, the Pike Bike Trail and open air picnic pavilion in the park.
Paved walking trail through the woods; new playground area.
Gardens and playground. Venue for various community art and cultural events.
Veteran's Memorial Fountain and Lone Soldier Memorial.
Features Washington Pool with zero-depth entry, splash fountain and water slides.
Charming gazebo with Lake Michigan backdrop, biking and walking trails, and flower garden.
812 -56th Street Kenosha, WI 53140-3735
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