Comfort Inn & Suites
7206 122nd Ave
Kenosha, WI 53142
Phone: (262) 857-3450
Fax: (262) 857-2378
Bristol Oaks Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf course. Opened in 1964, it is set on a subtle rolling landscape. Lined with trees and water features, this link will test the skills of an experienced golfer. It also a practice field for amateurs to hone their game.
Indoor water park, athletic field house with basketball, soccer and volleyball.
This establishment offers an onsite snack bar, driving range, chipping range and three banquet facilities.
This beautiful country club offers guests a relaxing 18 holes of golf as well as a country club.
This beautiful golf course offers guests 9 holes of golf as well as a country club.
For the past three-years, leaving from Kenosha, they offer a first class experience. They are fully insured and equipped with high quality fishing tackle. Let them assist in planning the outing you desire.
This golf course offers nine holes of golf.
This beautiful golf course offers guests nine relaxing holes of golf as well as a clubhouse.
The Wilmot Mountain is a magnificent ski area, swanked by as many as 25 runs and 5 terrain parks. It is primly located at the Kenosha County in Wisconsin. Comparatively a small hill, it stands as a fine recreational avenue with terrific runs spread over a massive 120 acres (0.49 square kilometers) skiable area. One can also indulge in snowmaking and stellar night skiing. It ably arranges for alpine racing and snow tubing. The Iron Kettle Banquet is an enticing hall and the site also brags of two bar areas.
Designed by the world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, S. C. Johnson and Son Administration Building and Research Tower is also known as Johnson Wax Headquarters. This administrative building was built in 1936, while the research tower in 1944. Wright used his unique style and created a structure with curvilinear forms and a huge work space supported with multiple dendriform (tree-like) columns. Wright was later commissioned the design for the Research Tower, which also resembles spread-out branches of a tree. The furniture designed by Frank is still in use by the office employees. In 1976, both the visually-striking buildings were recognized National Historic Landmark. This awe-inspiring design is worth visiting in Wisconsin.
This beautiful country club offers guests a relaxing eighteen holes of golf and a lounge.
4 miles of cross country skiing.