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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.


Belle City Park
2201 High Street
Playground equipment
City of Racine Parks Department Playground


Brose Park
1900 Leudtke Avenue
This nice park is a peninsula along the south bank of the  Root River between Island Park and Lincoln Park and offers picnic tables, rain shelter and bank shore fishing.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Caledonia - Mt. Pleasant Memorial (Franksville) Park
9700 Northwestern Avenue - Franksville
Home of Franksville's Kraut Festival, this large park has much to offer including picnic tables children's play equipment reservable picnic shelters and hall.  This park is also the home of Kid's Connection children's play area.
Playground Rest Rooms Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Carlson Park
3800 North Main Street
Ball diamond, playground equipment
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Baseball


Carre - Hogle Park
1699 South Main Street
Down along the lake with fantastic views of Lake Michigan and the harbor.  This park offers a great place to get away from the city. Fourth of July Fireworks are visible.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Picnic Tables Scenic Area Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Case - Harmon Park
2800 Hamilton Avenue
Originally part of the Case family "Hickory Grove" farm in the 1880's. This park was the home of Jay Eye See, J. I. Case's championship trotter.  His place in history was earned when he became the first horse to trot a 2:10 mile, achieving that feat in 1884. Jay-Eye-See earned notoriety from more than just racing. He marketed cigars, plows and bits with his name on them, and was depicted in countless Currier & Ives lithographs. He had his own trading cards, and in his last summer he received a standing ovation at the Wisconsin State Fair. Jay-Eye-See was inducted into the sport's national Hall of Fame as an Immortal in 1990, and in 1997 was inducted into the Wisconsin Harness Racing Hall of Fame that brought him back to the minds of his brethren in Wisconsin.

This park features wide open spaces, children's play equipment, baseball diamond and plenty of room for soccer or football.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Football Baseball Soccer Aerial View of Park


Cedar Bend Park
2101 McKinley Avenue
One of the many city parks that follows the Root River offering bank shore fishing.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Aerial View of Park


Chapla Park
7339 Lakeshore Drive - Caledonia (Crestview)
Caledonia town park benches, Ice skating rink, fantastic views. 
Town of Caledonia Parks Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Cheska Park
1375 - 3 Mile Road
A large and open park.
City of Racine Parks Department Football Soccer Aerial View of Park


Clayton Park
1801 Clayton Avenue
Another of the city's many parks along the Root River, this park is across the river from Washington Park and has a canoe launch, bank shore fishing, picnic tables and children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Canoe Launch Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Cliffside Park 
7375 Michna Road
Located high above the shoreline of Lake Michigan, Cliffside Park offers the widest variety of athletic facilities and recreational opportunities of any park in Racine County. Cliffside Park contains one of the area's finest public campgrounds.
886-8440
Racine County Parks Fishing camping Tennis Courts Playground Rest Rooms Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Baseball Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Crawford Park
5101 Chester Lane
Near Four Mile Road, Behind Green Tree Center off of Chester Lane. This Caledonia Town Park has 2 lighted baseball fields, 2 picnic shelters, trails and 3 playgrounds.
Town of Caledonia Parks Picnic Tables Baseball Hiking / Trails   Aerial View of Park


County Line Park
8001 County Line Road
Donated to the town of Caledonia by King Ehrlich Reality this park consists of undeveloped park wetland and forest located on the south side of the Racine-Milwaukee County Line.
Town of Caledonia Parks Scenic Area 


Cozy Acres Trails
6400 Durand Avenue
Featuring nature trails, this park is accessible from Stuart - McBride Park. 
Hiking / Trails Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Crawford Park
5101 Chester Lane
Near Four Mile Road, Behind Green Tree Center off of Chester Lane. This Caledonia Town Park has 2 lighted baseball fields, 2 picnic shelters, trails and 3 playgrounds.
Town of Caledonia Parks Picnic Tables Baseball Hiking / Trails  Aerial View of Park


Dirkse Park
5201 Piper Lane
Small Park with Children's Playground and access to the North Shore Bicycle Trail.
Picnic Tables Playground Aerial View of Park


Douglas Park
2221 Douglas Avenue
Home of the Caesar Chavez Community Center. Baseball Diamond
City of Racine Parks Department Community Center Picnic Tables Baseball Aerial View of Park


Drozd Park
2400 Newman Road
Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Sheltered Picnic Area Playground Aerial View of Park


East Park
1001 South Main Street
Located in front of Gateway Technical College, East Park has this is the country's first statue to include Mary Todd Lincoln. Mrs. Lincoln visited Racine in the summer of 1867 to inquire about schooling for son Tad.
City of Racine Parks Department Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Elmwood Park
3554 Taylor Avenue
The grounds of the Elmwood Park Village Hall featuring tennis courts basketball courts and children's play equipment.
Playground Tennis Courts Basketball Courts Community Center Aerial View of Park


Evans Park 
14700 Washington Avenue - Union Grove
Totaling 66 acres, Evans Park is located 1/4 mile west  of I-94 on the north side of State Highway 20. Featuring several non-reservable picnic areas with picnic tables and grills, a small rain shelter, and an unmarked nature-hiking trail. The majority of this park remains undeveloped.
Racine County Parks Rest Rooms Hiking / Trails Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Festival Park
5 Fifth Street
Dedicated in 1987, Festival Hall received a merit award from the Wisconsin Society of Architects in 1988. Festival Park also includes a children's play area. Offers a great view of the Fourth of July Fireworks.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Concessions Playground Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Scenic Area Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Five and One Half Mile Park
Near 5 Mile Road & Charles Street
This future park consists of undeveloped parkland and currently has no access from roads.
Town of Caledonia Parks 


Franklin Park
955 - 10th Street
Located behind the Franklin School Building (Walden School) this park offers children's play equipment and a rain shelter. 
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Basketball Courts Sledding Hill Aerial View of Park


Gorney Park (Green Ridge Park)
8201 Nicholson Road - Caledonia
Offering a stocked fishing pond, 2 baseball fields, 2 playgrounds 2 sheltered picnic areas restrooms and trails Gorney Park has much to offer. 
Town of Caledonia Parks Fishing Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Sheltered Picnic Area Playground Baseball Hiking / Trails   Aerial View of Park


Greencrest Park
2800 Delaware Avenue
A neighborhood park offering basketball courts, children's play equipment and picnic tables.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Basketball Courts Aerial View of Park


Haban Park
1900 Borgart Road - Franksville
Sports facility owned by the county and operated by Racine Youth Sports.
Racine County Parks Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Hiking / Trails Football Baseball Basketball Courts Soccer Aerial View of Park


Hagerer Park
708 Hagerer Street
Playground equipment
City of Racine Parks Department Playground


Hamilton Park 
1050 - 17th Street
A small neighborhood park, featuring children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables  Aerial View of Park


James J. Hantschel Park
5350 Byrd Avenue
Named for a Racine Police Officer James J. Hantschel who was killed in the line of duty  May 15, 1963. This park offers picnic tables, rain shelter, and children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Basketball Courts Baseball Aerial View of Park


William Harvey Park
540 Hayes Avenue
A small neighborhood park, featuring children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Robert G. Heck Park (Airport Park)
2899 Donna Avenue
Robert Gerald Heck (1905-1995) worked for the Shaw Shoe Company for two years in Racine, Wisconsin and in Detroit. He then worked for the Walker Manufacturing Company starting as a floor sweeper and ending as a general supervisor in various assembly departments. In 1955 he ran for Alderman of the seventh district in Racine and continued in that position until his retirement in 1989. Many awards and honors were bestowed upon him during his political life. In 1986 the park was named after him.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Horlick Field
1648 North Memorial Drive
 Horlick Field is a 8,500 seat natural grass football stadium and a well kept baseball park enclosed within limestone walls and chain fences. 

The Racine Raiders football team calls Horlick Field their home. One of the oldest teams in the country, the Racine Raiders are thought to have started sometime in the 1940s but reorganized in 1953. Winners of two USFA National Championships most recently in 1995, their first year in the MCFL.

In 1950 the Racine Belles played at Horlick Field. Led by league sensation Sophie Kurys, the Belles were one of the most prominent AAGBL teams. In 1946, Kurys had a remarkable 201 steals and recorded 1,114 steals in eight years in the AAGBL. The Belles played in the ivy covered, limestone walled Horlick Field in Racine and were known to always keep a supply of malted milk balls in the dugout to give the players energy. 
City of Racine Parks Department Concessions Rest Rooms Football Baseball Aerial View of Park


Horlick Park
3630 Rapids Court
One of the many parks associated with the Root River Parkway.
Racine County Parks Fishing Scenic Area

Island Park
1 Horlick Drive
Surrounded by the root river, this park offers two baseball diamonds rain shelters, picnic tables and bank shore fishing. 
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Playground Picnic Tables Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Ives Grove Golf Links 
14101 Washington Avenue - Sturtevant
This challenging 18-hole championship golf course designed by David Gill and built in 1970 is located 1/4 mile west of I-94 on the south side of State Highway 20. The course features watered bent grass greens, tees and fairways; two practice putting greens; and a practice golf range. Water comes into play on seven holes, requiring strategic shot making and placing a premium on accuracy. 
878-3714
Racine County Parks Golf Course Concessions Rest Rooms Aerial View of Park


Herbert F. Johnson Park Golf Course
6200 Northwestern Avenue
Along the Root River, this park consists of both a public 18-hole golf course built in 1931and a first rate park that has been host to concerts and community gatherings. With reservable picnic areas, rain shelters, pond, trails, dog run, and children's play equipment Johnson Park is sure to be fun for every member of the family. 
637-2840
City of Racine Parks Department Golf Course Playground Rest Rooms Hiking / Trails Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Dog Run Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Jones Park
1005 Lockwood Avenue
A small neighborhood park, featuring children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Captain Gilbert Knapp Park
1751 Michigan Boulevard
Captain Gilbert Knapp was a lake-boat skipper in the early 19th century. in 1834 he sailed up the mouth of the root river and founded Port Gilbert, which is now the city of Racine. This Park offers spectacular views of Lake Michigan, the Harbor, North Pier and North Beach. Historical Marker.  Offers a great view of the Fourth of July Fireworks.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Sledding Hill Scenic Area Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Reverand Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. Park
1134 King Drive
Basketball, playground equipment
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Tennis Courts Basketball Courts Community Center


Lake Park
4100 Sheridan Road
A small neighborhood park right on Lake Michigan featuring children's play equipment. 
Fishing Playground Picnic Tables Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Lakeview Park
201 Goold Street
Tennis Courts, Children's Play Equipment and a Community Center all add to this park. Located across Gould Street from the Racine Zoological Gardens. Good place to view the Fourth of July Parade.
City of Racine Parks Department Tennis Courts Playground Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Community Center Baseball Basketball Courts Aerial View of Park


Lewis Field
600 Park View Drive
Fishing
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing


Lincoln Park
2701 Dominick Drive 
Root River access, 1 Baseball Diamond and the Root River Steelhead Facility - Dedicated in 1993 to insure the continued success of the Lake Michigan trout and salmon fishery. From Spring Street, turn into Lincoln Park on Dominick Drive and follow with Wisconsin DNR signs to the facility. 
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Playground Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Baseball Football Aerial View of Park


Linwood Park
5900 5 Mile Road - Franksville
Town of Caledonia Along the root river, sheltered picnic area, playground, benches open space offering bank shore fishing.
Town of Caledonia Parks Fishing Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Playground Football Aerial View of Park


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
Racine County Parks Bicycle Path Hiking / Trails Dog Run Scenic Area 


Oak Park
1700 West Boulevard
Open Park Connects to M-R-K Bicycle Trail
City of Racine Parks Department Bicycle Path


Parker Park
1020 Parker Avenue
Great Fishing Spot
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Scenic Area


General John J. Pershing Park
700 Pershing Drive
On the shore of Lake Michigan this park offers spectacular views of the lake and harbor. This park has many things to offer: A lighted regulation football field with bleachers (Pershing Field), skateboard park, lavatories, concessions, picnic tables, public boat launch with car/trailer parking and shore fishing. Offers a great view of the Fourth of July Fireworks.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Tennis Courts Concessions Boat Launch Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Football Baseball Scenic Area Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Peterson Park
300 Water Street
A great place to get away from the city right in down town. Offering wonderful views of the Root River and State Street Bridge, you can also see The Racine County Courthouse and the J. I. Case Building.
City of Racine Parks Department Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Pheasant Creek Park
6799 Pheasant Creek Trail
Largely undeveloped parkland
 Aerial View of Park


Pierce Woods
3600 Pierce Boulevard
Wonderful wooded park that features children's play equipment, rain shelter, lavatories and picnic tables. 
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Rest Rooms Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Pritchard Park 
2800 Ohio Street
Offering two reservable picnic areas; picnic shelters with electricity, water and lavatories; picnic tables and grills; two baseball diamonds; a regulation soccer field; children's play area and historical monuments.
884-8440
Racine County ParksFishing Playground Rest Rooms Hiking / Trails Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Baseball Soccer Scenic Area Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Pugh Lakefront Area
11 Reichart Court
On the lake this park is tucked away behind the Pugh Marina and offers views of the Harbor, Racine Yacht Club, North Pier and the old Racine Coast Guard Station. Offers a great view of the Fourth of July Fireworks.
Picnic Tables Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Quarry Lake Park 
3501 Northwestern Avenue
A Mecca for scuba divers! a great place for swimmers looking for spring fed water. Sunbathers love the expansive multi-level terraced beach. Once a limestone quarry, this park has been transformed into one of the finest outdoor swimming and beach facility in the Midwest. Quarry Lake park features an 18 acre lake that's deep, crystal clear and ideal for swimming, scuba diving and fishing. The park also offers picnic areas with grills, a large air-conditioned beach house with changing rooms, lockers, concessions, lavatories and showers. Scuba divers must be certified and pay a registration fee to enter and explore the depths of the Quarry Lake. A daily entrance fee is charged during the swimming season. 
886-8440
Racine County Parks Fishing Scuba Swimming Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Rest Rooms Concessions Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Racine Harbor Park
1 Christopher Columbus Causeway
This 16 acre park is located at the end of Christopher Columbus Causeway and is literally located in Lake Michigan with easy access from downtown Racine. This park features an observation deck offering great views of the lake and the city's skyline. The park also features a fish cleaning station, parking for 192 cars. The breakwater and floating docks provide excellent shore fishing. The administration building for the 921 slip marina is located in harbor park this facility houses the Sheriff's Department Water Safety patrol, a restaurant, a boutique and rest rooms. If accessible (this site is often closed during the fireworks) this site offers a great view of the Fourth of July Fireworks.
Racine County Parks Fishing Concessions Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Scenic Area  Aerial View of Park See Video


Racine - Sturtevant Bicycle Trail 
1800 West Boulevard (Start Point)
This trail begins at 19th Street and West Boulevard in Racine where it links with the North Shore Trail and continues Westward to Willow Road in Sturtevant. You may wish to follow the marked connection to Prichard 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 


Racine Zoological Gardens
200 Goold Street
The Racine Zoological Gardens located on the north side of downtown covering 32 acres, the Zoo is home to over 250 animals representing 76 species including lions, wolves, rhinos, orangutans, kangaroos and more. 
The zoo is open every day except Christmas Day. 
Summer Visiting Hours (Memorial Day to Labor Day) are 9:00am - 8:30pm. 
Winter Hours (Labor Day through Memorial Day) are 9:00am - 4:30pm
Hours Subject to change for special events
636-9189 
City of Racine Parks Department Concessions Playground Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Scenic Area Historic Marker Aerial View of Park See Video


Regency Hills
Emstan Hills Road
Largely undeveloped parkland located east of Emstan Hills Road off of Highway 31. No access from roads.


Riverside Park
2100 Horlick  Drive
One of the many city parks that follows the Root River offering bank shore fishing.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Hiking / Trails  Aerial View of Park


Roosevelt Park
2100 Roosevelt Park Drive
Fantastic views of lake Michigan and access for anglers. This park's picturesque location east of the DeKoven foundation on lake Michigan makes it one of the must sees in the city.   Room for soccer or football this park offers a community center, basketball courts. Fourth of July Fireworks are visible from the extreme eastern part of the park along the lake.
City of Racine Parks Department Fishing Playground Rest Rooms Community Center Picnic Tables Football Baseball Soccer Aerial View of Park


Root River Parkway
A group of county parks along the root river mostly undeveloped parkland along the Root River offering bank shore fishing. Access points on Eight Mile Road, Seven Mile Road, Six Mile Road, East River Road, Five Mile Road, Four Mile Road, Shorewood Road, Rapids Drive 
Just north of the Horlick dam on the east side of the root river, the county has installed a canoe launch.
Racine County Parks Fishing Canoe Launch Scenic Area 


Reservoir Park
4500 Maryland Avenue
Wonderful hills for winter sledding. Pond.
City of Racine Parks Department Hiking / Trails Soccer Sledding Hill Aerial View of Park


Sanders Park 
4811 Wood Road
This park is for nature lovers! Designated a 30 acre State Scientific Area, Sanders Park offers some of the finest trails featuring some of the best examples of pre-settlement vegetation remaining in Racine County. Over 90 species over indigenous wild flowers are found here and a small creek meanders through the undisturbed forest floor. This park also features 39 individual campsites (35 with electric), four small group campsites, a comfort station with lavatories and showers and a sanitary station for RV campers. 
Racine County Parks camping Playground Rest Rooms Hiking / Trails Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Sheridan Woods
3279 Coolidge Avenue
Neighborhood Park featuring children's play equipment, baseball diamond, bicycle / hiking trail and picnic tables.
Playground Bicycle Path Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Baseball Aerial View of Park


Shoop Park Golf Course
4510 Lighthouse Drive
With the Wind Point Lighthouse just north of the course, this public 9-hole course built in 1920 on the shores of Lake Michigan is a picturesque setting for golfer and artist alike. Fourth of July Fireworks are visible, although far away.
681-9714 
City of Racine Parks Department Golf Course Concessions Rest Rooms Hiking / Trails Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Samuel Skewes Memorial Park 
15084 Spring Street - Union Grove
Located 1/2 mile west of I-94 on the south side of Spring Street. The many Black walnut trees in the park were planted by Samuel Skewes at age 84 in 1898 from nuts. The park was part of the Skewes family farm and was later donated to the county in memory of Samuel Skewes. This park though having limited parking features picnic tables, grills, a historical monument and pit toilets.
Racine County Parks Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Smolenski Park
450 South Stuart Road
Trail System,  Pond
Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Solbraa Park
3801 - 16th Street
This park features a lighted baseball diamond 2 basketball courts and children's play equipment.  
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Rest Rooms Picnic Tables Baseball Basketball Courts Aerial View of Park


Orrin Sterns Park
3499 Orion Circle
Swimming Pond
Swimming Aerial View of Park


Stuart - McBride Park
6400 Durand Avenue
Featuring volleyball court baseball diamond children's play area reservable picnic shelter and access to the Cozy Acres Trails.
Playground Rest Rooms Bicycle Path Hiking / Trails Sheltered Picnic Area Picnic Tables Baseball Aerial View of Park


Sturtevant Volunteer Fire Department Park
9600 Charles Street - Sturtevant
Site of the Sturtevant Fourth of July Fireworks.
Picnic Tables Baseball Aerial View of Park


Tabor - Sokol Memorial Park
3497 Five Mile Road
Offering picnic areas with grills and a historical monument.
Racine County Parks Picnic Tables Historic Marker Aerial View of Park


Timmer Lane Park
1 Timmer Lane
Largely undeveloped parkland
 Aerial View of Park


The Village Green
215 East Four Mile Road
The grounds of the Village Hall of Wind Point this park offers tennis courts picnic tables, and children's play equipment. 
Playground Tennis Courts Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Village Park (North)
9455 Corliss Avenue - Sturtevant
A small neighborhood park featuring children's play equipment
Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Village Park (East)
3??? - 86th Street - Sturtevant
A small neighborhood park featuring children's play equipment
Playground Picnic Tables 


Village Park (South)
9450 Mount Pleasant Avenue - Sturtevant
A small neighborhood park featuring children's play equipment
Playground Picnic Tables Baseball Aerial View of Park


The Washington Bowl
1300 Valley Drive
Baseball diamonds
City of Racine Parks Department Baseball


Washington Park Golf Course
2801 - 12th Street 
The beautiful park along the Root River is a public 9-hole Bent grass course with water in play, built in 1920. This course in central Racine is easily accessed from almost anywhere in the city.
City of Racine Parks Department Golf Course Rest Rooms Hiking / Trails Picnic Tables Sledding Hill Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Wayside Park
6126 Durand Avenue
The grounds of the Mt. Pleasant Town Hall.
Picnic Tables Community Center Aerial View of Park


West Park
950 College Avenue
This wonderful park with trellised shaded picnic areas in right in the center of Racine and also features children's play equipment.
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Wind Point Lighthouse
4739 Lighthouse Drive
The famous Wind Point Lighthouse has inspired many artists. Located north of the Shoop Park Golf Course the Lighthouse offers the perfect subject for painters and photographers. The Lighthouse buildings now house the Wind Point Police Department. The Lighthouse has been sealed by the coast guard and is not open to the public, however visitors are welcome to walk the Lighthouse grounds and shore. Fourth of July Fireworks are visible, although far away.
Fishing Hiking / Trails Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


Woodland Park
6156 Douglas Avenue
Caledonia town park
Town of Caledonia Parks Picnic Tables Baseball Hiking / Trails   Aerial View of Park


Fred Young Park
1542 Layard Avenue
Near Douglas Avenue next to the M-R-K Bicycle Trail
City of Racine Parks Department Playground Picnic Tables Aerial View of Park


Zoo Beach
2199 Michigan Boulevard
The beach at lake Michigan by the Racine Zoo. Access to this beach means walking down a very steep staircase at the corner of Michigan Boulevard and Goold Street. Offers a great view of the Fourth of July Fireworks.
City of Racine Parks Department Swimming Hiking / Trails Scenic Area Aerial View of Park


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