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  • Anderson Park
  • Anderson Park - photos courtesy Southport Rigging
  • Anderson Park
  • Anderson Park
  • Anderson Park - photos courtesy Southport Rigging
  • Anderson Park
  • Anderson Park
  • Anderson Park - photos courtesy Southport Rigging

Anderson Park

Featuring K-9 Korner Dog Park, concrete skatepark, playground, picnic areas, baseball and soccer fields, public swimming pool, new splash pad area, fishing pond (95 acres). 

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.

A City of Kenosha park.

2015 Pool Season: The city's two public swimming pools at Anderson Park and Washington Park will open for the season on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 12 noon. Regular pool hours are 10am – 5:45pm Tuesdays through Sundays. The pools will be closed on Mondays and the Fourth of July. The season is tentatively scheduled to end August 16 (subject to change). Contact the pool directly with questions: 262-942-3781.

Pool Fee:

  • Daily pool fees are $4 for children ages 3 – 17, $5 for adults ages 18 – 59 and $3 for adults ages 60 and older. The daily fee for non-swimming adults is $2. Children age 2 and younger are admitted free with a paid adult (maximum of three children per adult).
  • Swim coupons good for five visits are also available. Costs are $15 for children and $20 for adults.
  • Season passes will be available for purchase beginning Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Season pool passes may be purchased Monday – Friday at the Public Work Department, 625 52nd Street, Room 305, 8am – 4pm. There is a discount for purchasing passes before the pools open for the season. Costs for city residents are $55 for a single pass; $115 for a group pass of up to five and $15 for each additional person on a group pass (maximum of three). Cost for non-residents are $60 for a single pass; $180 for a group pass of up to five and $20 for each additional person on a group pass. After the pools open costs increase by $5 in each category for city residents. Non-residents single pool pass will cost $75, group pass $185 and additional person on a group pass $25. Each person on the season pool pass is required to be present to have a photo take for the pass.

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