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Parks of Racine County Map

The Racine County Parks Department is located at:

Ives Grove Office Complex
14200 Washington Avenue, Sturtevant, WI 53177
Ph: (262) 886-8440
fax: (262) 886-8480
Hours: Mon thru Fri (8 am - 12 pm) and (12:30 pm to 4:30 pm)

Link to Google Maps

 


News Notes

 


General Information

 The Racine County Park system consists of over 2,666 acres; providing residents with a variety of recreational and outdoor experiences while promoting conservation and stewardship practices. Park staff operates and maintains numerous recreational and athletic facilities such as:

  • Baseball and soccer fields
  • Volleyball and basketball courts
  • Swimming beaches
  • Dog parks (2)
  • Snowmobile trails
  • Picnic shelters
  • Golf course
  • Boat launches

 


General Fees and Rules/Regulations 


Racine County Park Locations

Bushnell Park, 32100 Bushnell Road, Burlington 

Link to Google Map bushnell4

  • 95 acres (Town of Burlington)
  • Baseball and soccer fields
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Children's playground equipment
  • Park land along Fox River with trail system and fishing nodes
  • Large shelter with picnic tables, grills, and electric (see Picnic Areas for more details)
  • A bridge across the Fox River allows for the bike trail to run through the park (see Biking for more details)
  • County maintains open areas

The City of Burlington schedules all sporting activities and prepares fields for use.

Department of Public Works
2200 South Pine Street, Burlington, WI, 53105
Ph: (262) 539-3770
Fax: (262) 537-3773
email: djensen@burlington-wi.gov

website: http://www.burlington-wi.gov/

 


Cliffside Park, 7320 Michna Road, Caledonia

Link to Google Maps cliffside6

 


Haban Park, 1330 Borgardt Road, Mount Pleasant

Link to Google Maps

  • 40 acres (Village of Mt. Pleasant) 
  • Racine Youth Sports oversees the use and scheduling of the sports areas
  • Baseball and football fields

 


Eagle Lake Park, 23705 Church Road, Dover

Link to Google Mapseagle-lake6

 


Case Eagle Park, 310 South Rochester Street, Rochester

Link to Google Mapscase-eagle2


 

Evans Park, 14700 block Washington Avenue, Yorkville

Link to Google Maps

  • 66 acres (Town of Yorkville)
  • Small wooded area

 


 

Einer Fischer Park, 30326 Durand Avenue, Burlington

Link to Google Maps

 


 

Colonel Heg Memorial Park, 6300 Heg Park Road, Norway

Link to Google Maps

  • 20 acres (Town of Norway) 
  • 2 picnic shelters
  • Restroom facilities
  • Baseball diamond
  • Park Activities Fees and Policies
  • The Norway Historical Society operates a museum and several historical buildings
    • 6419 Heg Park Road, Wind Lake, WI, 53185
    • President: Marilyn Canfield
    • Ph: (262) 895-6858
    • website

 


 

John Margis Wildlife Area, 7516 Fish Hatchery Road, Burlington 

Link to Google Maps

  • 44 acres (Town of Burlington)
  • Marsh overlook
  • Wildlife viewing

 


 

Old Settler's Park, 19805 Durand Avenue, Union Grove

Link to Google Maps old-settler5

 


 

Saller Woods, 400 Block, North Milwaukee Avenue (STH 36), Rochester

Link to Google Maps

 


 

Pritchard Park, 2800 Ohio Street, Racine

Link to Google Mapsprichard16

 


 

Quarry Lake Park, 3533 Northwestern Avenue, Racine

Link to Google Mapsquarry5

 


 

Len Ziolkowski Harbor Park and Reefpoint Marina

2 Christopher Columbus Causeway, Racine

Link to Google Maps

  • 16 acres (City of Racine)
  • Overlook structure provides great views of the harbor, marina, and Lake Michigan
  • Fish cleaning station
  • Picnic locations (see Picnic for more details)
  • Reefpoint Marina

 


 

Root River Parkway / Horlick Property, 3630 Rapids Court

Link to Google Mapsrootriver2

 


 

Sanders Park, 4809 Wood Road, Mount Pleasant

Link to Google Mapssanders-3-3

 


 

River Bend Nature Center, 3600 North Green Bay Road, Racine, WI 

Link to Google Maps


W.R Wadewitz Nature Camp, 2716 Buena Park Road, Rochester

Link to Google Maps

  • 168 acres (Village of Rochester)
  • Wooded setting
  • Former Boy Scout camp with primitive group camping with Adirondack style shelters
  • Natural resource site contains exceptional glacial topography and wooded vegetation
  • Park Activities Fees and Policies
  • The park also offers the following recreational activities:
    • Hiking trails 
    • Cross country ski trails in winter

 


 

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