Located at Hwy. 165 and Hwy. H. Prairie Springs Park includes Lake Andrea, RecPlex, and Froggy's Landing. The park features a 2.3-mile paved walking and jogging trail, nature trails, playgrounds, volleyball pits, softball fields, archery ranges, swimming, windsurfing, fishing, sailing and boating. At Froggy's Landing during the summer, rent pedal boats, canoes, or kayaks. Indoor and outdoor spaces in the park are also available for rent to host parties, meetings and more. This is a Village of Pleasant Prairie park.
Lake Andrea and Prairie Springs park offers…
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Prairie Springs Park offers Kenosha County's first park and ride lot (opened in Fall 2014). It's located in the southeast corner of the park and was made possible through cooperative efforts with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Kenosha County and the Village of Pleasant Prairie. The lot will accommodate approximately 387 vehicles and is intended to promote and support carpooling opportunities.
Dress up in your favorite costume and join us for our fall family costume fun run through the wooded trails of Prairie Springs Park.
Pleasant Prairie will host a Veterans Day Ceremony to pay special tribute to America’s service men and women.
Join us for our fall 5K race through the trails of Prairie Springs Park.
Visit Santa for breakfast! Registered guests will enjoy a buffet of sausage, pancakes, donuts, juice, coffee or milk.
Enjoy a buffet breakfast of pancakes, sausage, donut holes, milk, juice and coffee and then a visit from the Easter Bunny!
Ages 8 and older may participate in a 400-meter swim, 4-mile spin bike ride and 2.3-mile outdoor run (weather permitting).
Join the Veterans of Foreign Wars as we celebrate National Loyalty Day in Pleasant Prairie. National Loyalty Day is observed annually on May 1st in recognition of American freedom.
Participate in the spring 5K race along the shores of Lake Andrea. Registration cost includes a goodie bag along with an event t-shirt and post-race refreshments. Registration is open to men, women and children of all ages.
This fun and exciting race is just for kids! Broken into two divisions by age, this race is a great way to introduce kids to the benefits of multi-sport participation.
This first-class Sprint and Olympic distance triathlon brings over 1,000 athletes from across the Midwest.