44 acres. Featuring the Warren J. Taylor sunken flower garden. Wedding permits available. Playground, basketball court, baseball, tennis courts and small sledding area. Building for rental.
During summer 2015, an 18-hole disc golf course opened in Lincoln Park -- the first such course in a city park. Players use specially-designed discs, which they throw toward baskets on posts about four and a half feet high. The goal is to get the disc in the basket with as few attempts as possible. The Kenosha course is set up as par three course – meaning players should make the basket in three or fewer tries. The course was designed by brothers Nate and Justin Van Ee of Kenosha. Nate Van Ee said the biggest challenge in the course is avoiding the Lincoln Park lagoon, which runs through the middle of the course. He said beginners may want to focus on honing their skills on the first nine holes, which are easier than the back nine holes. It takes about an hour to play 18 holes. There is no fee to use the disc golf course.
A City of Kenosha park.
The concert – presented by the Mary Lou and Arthur F. Mahone Fund and the City of Kenosha-- features the salsa sounds of Nabori in Kenosha’s historic Warren J. Taylor flower garden in Lincoln Park, located at 22nd Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive.
High flying kites, family activities and a picnic lunch are highlights of this new event at Lincoln Park. The “Time to Fly Kite Fest,” is sponsored by the City of Kenosha and the Kenosha Kingfish, with support from community partners and Gift of Wings in Milwaukee.