The Kenosha County Parks system offers more than 1,500 acres of managed recreational land at eight parks. For general park inquiries or to reserve a pavilion (where available) at these eight Kenosha County parks, please call (262) 857-1869 or go HERE>
Meanwhile, the City of Kenosha has 70 park and conservation sites — making up approximately 1,000 acres of land. For general park inquiries, reservations for picnic areas, and park building rentals at City of Kenosha parks, please call (262) 653-4080 or go HERE>
Other towns and villages throughout Kenosha County also have their own parks.
We are often asked: Can you grill in City of Kenosha parks?
The answer is yes. Grills must be 2 feet off the grass/ground. You must bring your own supplies and any charcoal must be disposed of in the properly labeled can - not trash cans. No grilling is allowed on city beaches.
Towns and villages throughout the county also have their own parks. Please contact each individual municipality regarding rentals at those parks.
When you add it all up, along with a state recreation area — that’s a whole lot of land for visitors to play on!
Three Kenosha County communities are designated Arbor Day Foundation’s “Tree City USA” communities: City of Kenosha, Bristol, and Paddock Lake.
The City of Kenosha and Kenosha County are certified as a “Bird City” by Bird City Wisconsin.
We list here on our website a partial list of parks – primarily ones with amenities, programming, and/or events – located throughout Kenosha County.