National Travel and Tourism Week is recognized by the U.S. Travel Association May 7 through May 13 this year. Did you know that in addition to Visit Kenosha being a knowledgeable source for Kenosha County travel information, the destination marketing organization also provides statewide travel information?

Visit Kenosha has been Kenosha’s official travel resource since 1986. The private, 501(c)6 not-for-profit corporation operates two visitor information centers for travelers and residents looking for free printed travel materials and friendly in-person customer service.

The Wisconsin Welcome Center – Kenosha is located at I-94/41 and Hwy. 165 in the Wisconsin Rest Area. This location carries approximately 300 guides and brochures for destinations, attractions, and events throughout Wisconsin. Official State Highway Maps produced by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation can also be picked up. The 2023 edition will be available by early summer; currently the last edition is still available.

This time of year, the center is staffed seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stop by to plan your next Wisconsin vacation! Visit Kenosha has staffed this location since 2009.

During National Travel and Tourism Week, May 7-13, the Wisconsin Welcome Center – Kenosha will be offering free sausage and cheese samples, courtesy of Brat Stop. This offer is available while supplies last.

Visit Kenosha also staffs a Visitor Information Center out of its Administration Office. This location is at 600 52nd Street, Suite 140 in the Harborview Office Center in Downtown Kenosha. It’s open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This location focuses on carrying local attraction, dining, shopping, lodging, and event brochures. Both locations carry the 2023 Kenosha Area Visitors Guide.

Overnight and day visitors to our community – as well as residents – can find #KenoshaFun by visiting an info center, going to, and using the Kenosha Area Visitors Guide.