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Racine County Parks

Bushnell Park
Bushnell is a very active park with baseball and soccer fields, horseshoe courts and playground equipment. There is park land along the Fox river with a trail system and fishing nodes. Many local families take advantage of the large shelter, with picnic tables, grills and electric, for summer picnics. The City of Burlington schedules all the sporting activities and prepares fields for use, and the County maintains the open areas. The latest development includes a new bridge being built across the Fox River to allow the Bike Trail to run through the park.

95 Acres - Town of Burlington


Cliffside Park
Cliffside is one of our most well known parks because of the number of visitors camping at the 92 site campgrounds. The camping area has electric and water sites and can accommodate anything from tents to large RV's with slide-outs. There are bathrooms with showers and play areas for the campers. Many local families also use the campgrounds for "get-away" weekends to cool off and relax by the lake. For the non-campers, Cliffside offers baseball/softball fields, tennis, basketball and soccer fields as well as large shelter area with picnic tables, grills and electric. The bike trail is just across the road, so there are many ways to enjoy this northside park.

233 Acres - Town of Caledonia


Haban Park
Many of Racine's youth start their baseball and football experiences at Haban Park. Racine Youth Sports oversees the use and scheduling of the sports areas. This donated park is continually being improved with new trees and planting beds. Volunteers are very active with the operation and maintenance of this park.

40 Acres - Village of Mount Pleasant


Eagle Lake Park
A beautiful shelter with picnic tables, grills, electric and a lake view await Eagle Lake picnickers. There are ample restroom facilities, playgrounds and areas for volleyball and baseball. Boaters use the launch hoping to get their limit fishing or just enjoying the lake. Ice fisherman also use the park all winter for access to the lake. There is a fee for launching. 25 Acres - Town of Dover


Case Eagle Park
Case Eagle Park is currently being developed by the county. Baseball and Soccer fields are available for area youth, and the plans include an improved road system, bike trail connections, shelters and restrooms.

239 Acres - Town and Village of Rochester


Evans Park
Tucked away on Highway 20, just to the west of the intersection to Highway C, is a gem of a park. The small, simple park offers a quiet spot for people looking for a break from the routine.
66 Acres - Town of Yorkville


Fischer Park
People come from all over the county to enjoy the shores of Browns Lake at Einer Fischer Park. The beach has daily lifeguard coverage between Memorial Day and Labor Day. There are picnic tables throughout the park and a boat launch for those who enjoy tubing, waterskiing or just riding on the boat. There is a per person admission charge at the park during the summer season and a fee to launch.

53 Acres - Town of Burlington Colonel


Heg Memorial Park
Wind Lake Historical Society offers a history lesson with a summer weekend visit. A museum exists in the park and the Wind Lake Historical Society staffs it on summer weekend afternoons. There are two shelters, restroom facilities and a ball diamond for those looking for someplace different for a large gathering.

20 Acres - Town of Norway


John Margis Wildlife Area
When you think of taking a walk in the country, you think of Margis Wildlife Area. A simple path leads you into the marsh where you can see many different types of wildlife. There are overlook areas for comfortable viewing.

Town of Burlington


Old Settler’s Park
Racine County Agricultural Society uses Old Settler's Park during the County Fair, but most weekends it is full of family and company picnics. The variety of buildings available to rent and great location attract many residents looking for a park to hold a picnic. There is playground equipment and a grassy area for games or picnic softball games. Ample restroom, parking facilities and handicapped accessibility  makes this a favorite location for company picnics.

13 Acres - Village of Union Grove


Saller Woods

Town of Rochester


Pritchard Park
The Veterans Memorial and Wieczorek Pavilion are among the highlights of this park. The pond located by the Wieczorek Pavilion provides a leisurely fishing experience for kids. Also located in the park are baseball diamonds, a regulation soccer field, newly installed children's play equipment and a jogging trail. Print an order form to purchase a personalized brick for the Veterans Memorial.

79 Acres - City of Racine


Quarry Lake Park
This former limestone quarry has been transformed into a park that contains an 18 acre spring fed lake ideal for swimming, scuba diving and fishing.  This park also offers picnic areas and a large bathhouse reservable for private events.

40 Acres - City of Racine and Village of Mount Pleasant.
The Karen A. Nelson Memorial Dog Park is located near the main entrance to the park.


Racine Harbor Park
This 16 acre park is located in Lake Michicgan. This park was created by using an existing breakwater on one side with quarried stone reventements on the remaining border and filled in with materials dredged from the harbor bottom. This overlook structure, located on the easterly tip of the park, has an elevated deck that provides a great view of the Racine Harbor/Marina, Lake Michigan and other points of interest along the shoreline. The park also has a fish cleaning station for the lucky fisherman.

16 Acres - City of Racine


Horlick Park and Root River Parkway
Horlick Park has a boat launch for small boats and canoes. There are electric motors available for rent at Quarry Lake Park for use on the Root River provided by Johnson Worldwide Outdoors. The Root River Parkway provides green space along one of Racine's natural resources.

650 Acres - City of Racine and Towns of Caledonia and Raymond


Sanders Park
This park features a marked nature trail through a 20 acre designated State Scientific area. There is also a 5 acre campground, athletic facilities and picnic areas. The picnic shelter has an open hearth fireplace and is set amid the parks natural foliage.

80 Acres - Village of Mt Pleasant