Park open 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
***1/15/16 Update: Kenosha County Parks Director Jon Rudie has announced that Petrifying Springs Park, golf course, bike trail, hiking trail, cross country ski trail, and Carlisle Family Dog Park will be temporarily closed to the public due to unsafe conditions during the ash tree removal program. Kenosha County Parks is in the process of having over 2,600 ash trees removed by a logging company as part of the comprehensive emerald ash borer program. Brighton Dale Park and Fox River Park will also be closed when the loggers transfer operations to remove the ash trees at these parks. Each park will reopen as soon as the logger has finished the removal of the ash trees. Loggers are working on the removal of ash trees within picnic areas, roadsides, parking areas, golf courses, dog parks and walking paths. The loggers are on a tight schedule to complete the removal of the ash trees and need to move and work uninterrupted in each park and before the ground thaws. The park is projected to re-open on February 20, 2016.***
Located at Petrifying Springs Park, 4700 Hwy. JR. Visitors can purchase an annual dog tag or pay a daily fee to use the county off-leash dog park. Separate areas provided for small and large dogs. A Kenosha County park.