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Racine Wisconsin Area Parks

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The Racine area which includes the communities of Racine, Caledonia, Mount Pleasant, Sturtevant, Wind Point, North Bay, Elmwood Park, Franksville and extreme eastern Raymond and Yorkville has over 80 parks. These parks range from small community parks about  0.08 acre to large campgrounds and bicycle trails up to 378 acres in size. Below is a list of Racine area parks and their addresses - Note parks do not always have addresses so the closest address is listed for use in computer mapping programs.


Lockwood Park (Graceland Park)
4500 Graceland Boulevard
This park has much to offer, Baseball diamonds, soccer/football fields, basketball courts, children's play equipment, community center and a great big hill which is perfect for winter sledding.
City of Racine Parks Department Tennis Courts Concessions Playground Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Football Baseball Basketball Courts Tennis Courts Sledding Hill Aerial View of Park


M-R-K Off Road Bicycle Trail
1542 Layard Avenue (Start Point)
This 5-mile trail begins at Layard Avenue, just west of Douglas Avenue in Racine and continues north to Seven Mile Road. Through a trail connection, you may want to visit Cliffside Park along the route. Licensed Dogs allowed on 6 foot leash - Owner is responsible for waste removal.
Racine County Parks Bicycle Path Hiking / Trails Dog Run Scenic Area 


Maple Grove Park
3300 Hawthorn Drive
A neighborhood park, featuring children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Hiking / Trails Scenic Area


Marino Park
1400 Summit Avenue
A small neighborhood park, featuring children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Marquette Park
1465 Marquette Street
A small neighborhood park, featuring children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Matt Mattson Park
1200 South Street
Featuring children's play equipment and picnic tables.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Samuel Meyers Beach
6 - 11th Street
On Lake Michigan, this park offers spectacular views of both the lake and shoreline as well as a protected (behind the break wall) beach for swimmers, public boat launch and off shore fishing along the break walls. Fourth of July Fireworks are visible.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Swimming Boat Launch Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Nicholson Wildlife Center
9750 Five Mile Road
Parking lot, 1 mile  walking / cross country ski trails
Town of Caledonia Parks Hiking / Trails Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


North Beach
1501 Michigan Boulevard
An expansive beach offers swimmers a cool dip in Lake Michigan on a hot summer's day. This large park also offers children's play equipment, concessions, lavatories, changing rooms, and picnic tables. Offers a great view of the Fourth of July Fireworks.
City of Racine Parks Department Concessions Swimming Playground Rest Rooms Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


North Shore Off Road  Bicycle Trail 
3103 Durand Avenue (Start Point)
The biking linkage between Racine and Kenosha begins at 19th Street and West Boulevard in Racine and goes south to Highway KR where it connects with Kenosha County for an additional 4 miles. Licensed Dogs allowed on 6 foot leash - Owner is responsible for waste removal. This trail connects with the Racine-Sturtevant Bicycle Trail and the Root River Pathway at Oak Park
Racine County Parks Bicycle Path Hiking / Trails Dog Run Scenic Area 


Oak Park
1700 West Boulevard
Featuring Childrens Play Equipment and plenty of room for field sports, this tark connects to the Racine-Sturtevant Bicycle Trail, North Shore Bicycle Trail and is part of the Root River Pathway.
City of Racine Parks Department Bicycle Path Playground Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Football


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