things to do with kids
There are many things to do with kids in Kenosha. So gather your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews, and friends and head here for a Kenosha family fun adventure!
Ride an authentic Electric Streetcar along Lake Michigan and through historic districts and Downtown Kenosha, as well as to three museums and many eateries and shops. You’ll see two lighthouses and the Sculpture Walk.
Get your crew out on the water! The Kenosha Community Sailing Center offers rentals of kayaks, stand up paddle boards, and duck-themed pedal boats to use in the harbor. The center also offers adult, youth, family, and private sailing classes. Set sail with Sail Away Charters. Or fish for Salmon and Trout with the Kenosha Charter Boat Association.
It’s all about altitude at Boundless Adventures - the six-acre, eco-friendly aerial adventure park in Kenosha County. You’ll have a bird’s eye view as you climb, balance, and traverse through the treetops of Bristol Woods Park. With 9 courses of 4 different difficulty levels, there is something for everyone age 7 and older.
Catch a Kenosha Kingfish baseball game at historic Simmons Field in the summertime. These family-friendly collegiate games offer more than just baseball, food, and laughs - you’ll want to make sure to meet The King. That is, King Elvis, the team mascot.
Travel back to 1574 and spend a day with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, jesters, knights, acrobats, minstrels, swordfighters, jugglers, artisans, and more entertainers at the Bristol Renaissance Faire. Kids’ Kingdom includes games, crafts, and activities for the kiddos. A fun fact: the rides at the Faire are muscle-powered with no electrical, gas, or motorized systems used.
In the winter, Wilmot Mountain offers skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. Wilmot Mountain is part of Vail Resorts, Inc. and the Epic Pass includes access to Wilmot Mountain.
Kenosha Kids’ Activities Include:
Kid Friendly Events:
View the entire Visit Kenosha Events Calendar HERE>
Disclaimer: Event details are subject to change. Visit Kenosha doesn’t own or operate the events detailed in this calendar. If you have specific questions about an event or want to verify information, please use the contact information listed on each event page.