Check out our list of 101 Things to See & Do for $10 & Under in the Kenosha Area!
View online or click here to have one
delivered to your home.
Top-notch training! Our actors are acclaimed by directors, producers, agents and casting directors.
Beach, picnic areas, fishing, sledding.
Historic French Tudor mansion featuring six local and regional art exhibits annually.
Concrete skatepark, playground, picnic areas, baseball and soccer fields, and fishing pond (95 acres).
ArtWorks is a one stop art shop with framing, art supplies, a gallery, and classes.
A 45-hole golf facility with restaurant and driving range on site.
Picnic areas, shelter rental, playgrounds, baseball diamonds, fishing pond, 45-hole golf course.
A perennially popular complement of 16th Century merriment, music, food and games!
Picnic areas, shelter rental, playground, 4.28 miles of hiking trails through the woods.
Separate areas provided for small and large dogs.
Bringing world-class entertainment to Kenosha!
Four baseball diamonds, one soccer field, horseshoe pits, playground and picnic area.
A 250-acre remnant lake plain wet prairie described as an ecological gem.
Located in the Civic Center Historic District.
Learn about the history, the people and the stories of the Upper Middle West before, during and after the Civil War.
Featuring dramatic life-size dinosaur replica casts, bones and fossils, and more!
The 1860s await you in great splendor and elegance in this lovingly restored Victorian mansion along the shores of Lake Michigan.
Beach, walking and bike trail, and playground.
Beautifully restored electric streetcars travel a 2-mile loop, providing a scenic tour of the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Disc golf courses, picnic areas, shelter rental, playgrounds, sledding hill, and more!
A Unique Listening and Performance Space featuring live performances.
Gateway Classic Cars has opened its newest showroom - right here in Kenosha!
Beautiful historic site available for events—meetings, showers, weddings, etc.
HarborPark is the epicenter of Kenosha’s beautifully redeveloped Lake Michigan shoreline.
Visitors can purchase an annual dog tag or pay a daily fee to use the county off-leash dog park.
Large and small dog areas, a milk-bone shaped pond, and decorative fire hydrants for the dogs’ enjoyment.
Learn more about our inland lakes and how to get a Fishing License.
Free Jelly Belly Express Train Tour, Huge Candy Store, Free Sample Bar, and a Snack Bar!
Located at Anderson Park, the fenced dog park is divided into areas for small dogs and large dogs.
Hike the 4.2 miles of trails or enjoy catch and release fishing.
This unique complex is situated on the grounds of a 17.5-acre Kenosha County Park.
Arboretum, picnic areas, and a biking and walking path along the lakefront.
Picnic area, hike/bike trail and playground.
Kenosha County’s economic development organization and employers’ association.
The Chamber is committed to promoting and supporting Kenosha area businesses and organizations.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to art enrichment, art education, and to artists of all kinds.
Sport fishing for salmon and trout. Large and small groups welcome.
A proud supporter of local arts initiatives and student scholarships through the Arts Fund.
Adult and youth sailing classes are offered throughout the summer.
Kenosha County bicycle facilities have been planned to provide a trans-county network of pathways for you to explore on two wheels.
Kenosha’s first fully accessible playground is a one-of-a-kind 15,000 square foot space for children of all abilities to play side-by-side.
A bustling European-style mixed market, near Kenosha's lakefront.
Meats, ethnic products, cheeses, prepared foods, artisan bakery goods, art and craft, and more - indoors!
Museum on Kenosha's harbor features the history of Kenosha County.
The Kenosha Kingfish are members of the Northwoods League and feature elite collegiate baseball.
Nine-hole golf course, par 34, fully irrigated. Outings welcome.
Architect Daniel J. Burnham, designed the 9,045-square-foot, neoclassical revival building.
Natural history, fine & decorative arts museum, offering classes, special events, and gift shop. Come see our mammoths!
A non-profit organization chartered by the City of Kenosha to preserve and promote Kenosha's streetcar history.
The KSO exists to engage, educate, inspire, and enhance the cultural environment.
Kenosha’s emerging arts district features public art, free WiFi, a playground, and seasonal activities.
Committed to youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility; the Y offers something for everyone!
Live entertainment in a beautiful historic theater.
A refreshing art gallery experience!
Simmons Library is located in the park, which is the center of the Library Park Historic District.
Featuring the Warren J. Taylor sunken flower garden and a disc golf course.
The Kenosha Area is a community rich with history. Enjoy a walking tour of four historic districts.
Nature area with seasonal hunting.
Lighthouse built in 1906.
Swim beach with lifeguards on duty, picnic areas, off-leash dog park, home of Spencer Field baseball diamond.
Bike trail, public beach, fishing. Bandshell with summer outdoor performances.
An 18-hole golf course with putting & chipping areas and restaurant on site.
Trails, playgrounds, volleyball courts, softball diamonds, public golf course, sledding hill, and the Carlisle Family Dog Park.
Hike or bike along the 10.2-mile trail through Kenosha County.
Located between Chicago and Milwaukee, save 25-65% every day at 90 stores.
Wooded nature area for hikers, open air pavilion, playground, and fishing (north pond).
Located at the Rhode Center for the Arts.
Rent pedal boats, canoes, or sailboats to enjoy on Lake Andrea during the summer.
Hike on the wood chip trails through this majestic oak community in the Bristol Woods upland forest.
A fine arts and crafts gallery featuring works in all media, created by outstanding regional artists.
America’s largest municipal recreation facility.
Biking, hiking, horseback trails, ATVing, boating, fishing, camping, swimming & more!
American Craft Gallery featuring art glass, jewelry, pottery and handcrafted items by regional and national artists.
Live musical entertainment at Kenosha's lakefront.
A lot of apartment, a lot of living - city convenience in a country atmosphere!
260-acre park with a swimming beach, disc golf course, bike trails (including for fat-bikes), winter activities, and more!
Public Lake Michigan beach near a park, paved bike trail, two historic lighthouses and more!
A quiet protected marina operated by Great Lakes Yacht Sales that caters to powerboats only.
Specializing in bicycles, bicycle rentals, alpine skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing.
Children's playground and multi-purpose field, the Pike Bike Trail and open air picnic pavilion in the park.
The 55-foot tall, 1866 lighthouse is available to climb during museum hours.
Southport is noted as one of Lake Michigan's hottest destinations by Great Lakes Boating.
Retails bikes, skateboards, longboards, scooters, snowboards, windsurfing and Standup Paddleboards.
Paved walking trail through the woods; new playground area.
Enjoy a thrilling Lake Michigan sailing excursion aboard an authentic wooden tall ship!
Gardens and playground. Venue for various community art and cultural events.
Professional entertainment, including world-class lineup of music, dance and theatre.
A professionally designed course is woven throughout the beautiful 700-acre campus.
Veteran's Memorial Fountain and Lone Soldier Memorial.
Features Washington Pool with zero-depth entry, splash fountain and water slides.
This is the oldest operating track in the country, hosting bicycle races since 1927.
Wisconsin’s place for winter fun: downhill skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and more!
Racing of IRA Outlaw sprints, mini-sprints, street stocks, modifieds and other track events.
Charming gazebo with Lake Michigan backdrop, biking and walking trails, and flower garden.
812 -56th Street Kenosha, WI 53140-3735
Phone: 262-654-7307, 800-654-7309
© 2017 Kenosha CVB. All rights reserved.