Kenosha County


Kenosha County parks, campgrounds, detailed county map, and lake maps

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Brighton Dale Park and Golf Course-Located just north of the intersection of Highways 75 and 142, (14 miles from the City of Kenosha), adjacent to the 5000 acre Bong State Recreation Area. This 500-acre Park features a 45-hole championship golf course and driving range. Also offers beautiful wooded picnic areas, children’s playground equipment, restrooms, shelter buildings, ball diamonds, nature trails, and a fishing pond.


Bristol Woods-Located south of County Highway “C” on County “MB”, this 200-acre park is the most natural of all the Kenosha County Parks. Home to the Pringle Nature Center, this park boasts 4.28 miles of hiking trails as well as a playground and shelter building.-.

Fox River Park-Located on County Highway “F”, just east of County Highway “W”, this 150-acre park is home to wooded areas, picnic areas, and playground equipment, tennis courts and ball diamonds. The quiet waters of the Fox River meander along the eastern boundary of the park and are accessible to boaters and canoers (launching area provided along County Road “F” at the bridge). A special attraction during the winter is a bermed sled slide, which provides a long and exhilarating run (weather permitting). Artificial lighting allows night use of this popular sledding facility. Also, home to a no fee 9-hole disc golf course. Fox River Park is home to Ray Berres Field ball diamond.

Old Settlers Park-The smallest County Park at 17 acres, it is always a hit with the summer beach crowd. The park provides shaded picnic and lawn areas overlooking Paddock Lake, sandy beaches, shelter building, bathhouse and restroom facilities, playground equipment and ample parking. Old Settlers Park is also home to Spencer Field, a little league ball diamond. This park is conveniently located on Highway 50, 7 miles west of I-94. Entry fee charged from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend when lifeguards are on duty.

Petrifying Springs Park-This is the flagship of Kenosha County Parks. Known to locals as “Pets”, this park is the oldest in the system and offers a wide range of enjoyment for people of all ages throughout the year. The rolling landscape adds beauty as well as challenge to its 18-hole golf course. Excellent picnic areas feature 5 picnic shelters, restrooms and playground areas, softball diamonds, nature trails, sand volleyball courts. Home to one of the State’s natural hardwood forests, the fall color in both the park and on the golf course is breathtaking. Comprised of 360 acres, this park is located on County Highway “A”, just east of State Highway 31.

Silver Lake Park-This 260-acre park features one of the best sandy beaches in southeastern Wisconsin. Excellent picnic areas, bathhouse, concession stand, picnic shelters, lakeside playground equipment, sand volleyball, soccer fields, windsurfing area and convenient parking all combine to create a popular getaway on summer days. Nature trails traverse the rolling landscape and reward hikers with a sweeping overview of Silver Lake and the surrounding countryside. The park is located on County Highway “F”, one-mile south from State Highway 50. Entry fee charged from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend while lifeguards are on duty.





Kenosha County Dept. of Public Works

Parks Division

19600-75th St.

Bristol, Wi. 53104




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