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Accessible Fun

9/25/2019 - Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Staff

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kids playing at Kenosha Dream Playground at Petzke Park
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Civil War Museum

1. Kenosha Dream Playground — Fully accessible playground with wheelchair accessible swings as well as many other amenities.

2. Electric Streetcar — Wheelchair lifts are installed on all cars.

3. Kenosha YMCA — Fully accessible Miracle Field baseball field, two pools — one with zero depth entry and one with a ramp — as well as workout facilities all on the first floor. An elevator is available to access the second-floor walking track. The YMCA hosts the Tri My Best Triathlon each summer.

4. Richard Bong State Recreation Area — Fully accessible cabin and campsites, accessible observation ramp, an accessible fishing pier and hunting opportunities.

5. Kenosha Public Museum — All exhibits are fully accessible, as are classrooms and the Field Station.

6. Civil War Museum — All exhibits are accessible, including the 360-degree movie experience, Seeing the Elephant.

7. Dinosaur Discovery Museum — All exhibits are accessible, including elevator service to the Carthage Institute of Paleontology on the lower level.

8. Jelly Belly Visitor Center — The train tour and candy store are both accessible, as is the new interactive exhibit.

9. Kenosha Kingfish Baseball — Areas of the ballpark seating are handicapped accessible and there are spaces for wheelchair access to view games. The Team Store is also fully accessible.

10. Kenosha Charter Boat Association — Some of the Charter Boats are handicapped accessible for Lake Michigan fishing charters.

Note: this is just a sampling of accessible attractions in the Kenosha Area.

Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Staff

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