Concrete skatepark, playground, picnic areas, baseball and soccer fields, public swimming pool, new splash pad area, and fishing pond (95 acres). A City of Kenosha park.
The concrete skatepark is about 11,000 square feet. It’s free to use, and available from dawn to dusk. Skateboards, scooters, roller blades, and bikes are welcome. Features include quarter pipes, spine ramp into a half pipe, raised ledge, stair rails, stair jumps, benches, manual pads, slanted grind ledges, and more.
Opening October 25, 2014: The City of Kenosha will open its first dog park at Anderson Park. The dog park – which is yet to be named – is located near 89th Street and 22nd Avenue. The fenced dog park is divided into areas for small dogs and large dogs. It includes two defunct fire hydrants and several picnic tables. Plans call for three trees to be planted at the dog park as well. Dogs must remain leashed until they are inside the fenced area and they must be well-behaved and nonaggressive. Owners must clean up after their pets. Dogs must have complete and current vaccinations and licenses, and wear valid dog tags. City residents may purchase dog licenses at the City Clerk's office at the Municipal Building, 625 52nd St., room 105.