Check out our list of 101 Things to See & Do for Under $10 in the Kenosha Area!
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Welcome to the Kenosha Area!
The Third Avenue Historic District is just one of four National Register Historic Districts in Kenosha!
From classic cars to the Keepers Cottage - this growing museum houses all things Kenosha!
Richard Bong State Recreation Area features hiking trails, wetlands and camp sites. This is a great place to enjoy the great outdoors!
Charter a boat, go fishing, and then cook up your catch! All in a day's play in Kenosha!
Fitness and Fun collide at the RecPlex located Pleasant Prairie.
The Kenosha Area is home to the oldest operating Velodrome in the country.
From train tours of the warehouse to candy samples in the store, the Jelly Belly Visitor Center is a must-see when visiting the Kenosha Area.
The Kenosha Public Museum's main exhibit "The Wisconsin Story" explores our state during the Ice Age, tours Native American villages, and more!
From unique boutiques to big savings, the Kenosha Area is a shoppers paradise!
The Kenosha Area boasts fantastic fishing on the Great Lake Michigan, as well as a number of great lakefront events!
Downtown Kenosha is vibrant area of unique shops, art galleries and special events!
If you're looking for true Uniquely Kenosha businesses, here are a few you won't want to miss.
Get on the Green! Brighton Dale Links and Petrifying Springs Golf Courses feature a combined 63 holes of challenging play!
BIG fun awaits! From huge dinosaur bones to the boom of cannons, the Kenosha Public Museums offer something for everyone!
Tickle your Tastebuds and CELEBRAT all the great flavors of Wisconsin!
Fine art, live theatre productions, and galleries florish the Kenosha Area!
Kenosha's own Franks Diner is home to the GARBAGE PLATE. And yes, it's something to be proud of.
Climb a lighthouse or enjoy a concert - there are countless great times on this Great Lake shoreline!
There is no shortage of Marathons or Triathlons to participate in around the Kenosha Area.
Wisconsin is synonymous with winter - and there is no shortage of snowy fun in the Kenosha Area!
Celebrate National Biking Month by touring the Kenosha Area by way of the Pike Bike Trail!
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