1154 Prairie Dr.
Racine, WI 53406
Phone: (262) 886-6055
Fax: (262) 886-6117
Lincoln Park is a lush green expanse full of interesting flora. It is a great spot for a picnicking and strolling along on their many trails. You can also go fishing in the Root River.
On an island which floats on the Root river is the Horlick Park which is also known as the Island park. The park has fishing grounds, tennis courts, picnic areas, playgrounds and more.
Inaugurated more than 50 years ago, River Bend Nature Center, which is located on the banks of Root River, is a nature park which allows people to come and snowshoe and ski in winter months and hike and bike during summer months. You can also go bird-watching in the lush woods surrounding the river.
The famed and respected First Presbyterian Church is a monumental church at Racine, Wisconsin, United States. It was constructed in 1852 and is precisely located at College Avenue. It is a stellar example of the Greek Revival style of architecture. The varied ministries work towards the spiritual and overall development of individuals and imbibe faith, love and biblical values among the worshipers. The site has also featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
Opened in 1897, Racine Public Library is a lovely place to get information about the town or browse through their sections of books. Overlooking the Lake Michigan, it offers beautiful vista of the lake. Read a book or take a stroll afterwards, you will be impressed,
North Beach Park is a popular spot in town. This huge stretch of white and clean sand along the Lake Michigan shore is a nice place for a stroll, fish or play. There are many restaurants nearby for you to get refreshed.
The Racine Zoological Gardens has a huge collection of different species of animals and birds. The zoo is a wonderful place to visit with the family and get your little ones acquainted with animals and birds like giraffes, fossa, alpaca, toads, emu, cockatoo, swans, snakes and alligators.
The Wingspread or the Herbert F. Johnson House was designed and conceptualized by the prominent architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. This private residence is now utilized by the Johnson Foundation, and is also included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
The Windpoint Light Station is a renowned and distinguished lighthouse that is situated on the Racine Harbor in Wisconsin. Also known as the Wind Point Light, this extant lighthouse was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places. While the U.S. Coast Guard maintains the light, the lighthouse and its adjoining ground is conserved by the Village of Wind Point.
Looking out at Lake Michigan, the cliffs, woods and pairies form the Cliffside Park. The park has hiking trails, beautiful vistas and a campground.
Located in the Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, an internationally-renowned horticultural showplace, these gardens are named after Alfred Boerner who designed the original five gardens Annual, Perennial, Rock, Rose and Peony in 1930. The garden allows gardeners, students and plant lovers to take in the colors and scents of a variety of collections. The garden also offers meetings, catering facilities, art, photography, concerts, learning programs and weddings. For pricing and seasonal information, refer their website.
Humboldt Park is located in the Bay View neighborhood and is one of the best parks to fish, bike, walk or to just relax. The park is well-manicured and always buzzing with activity, the nearby Pavilion is available for events and you can even rent the bandshell for your own private occasion. In the summer, one of the small ponds is stocked with fish and it's the perfect spot to introduce the art of fishing to the kids.