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park is a picnic wayside with tables, grills
and access to snowmobile trail. From Racine,
take Hwy. 20 west 16 miles to the junction
wirh Hwy. 75 and Cty. S. Picnic tables, outhouses.
Lake Golf Course- The
lower fox river flows through this 18 hole
golf course located on Brown's lake. From
Burlington, take Hwy. 11 east to Cty. W. Turn
north and travel 7/10 of a mile. Outhouses,
toilets, cross-country skiing, tennis,golf.
located just south of Burlington., features
a soccer field. two lighted baseball diamonds,
nine horseshoe courts, and a hiking trail.
The park sits on the lower Fox River. From
the junction of Hwy. 11 and Hwy. 142 in Burlington,
take Hwy. 142 southeast 1/2 mile. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter, outhouses, toilets, hiking,
high above the shoreline of Lake Michigan,
This park offers a wide variety of outdoor
athletic facilities. The park has a 92 site
campground with three large group sites, electricity
and showers. From Racine, take Hwy. 32 north
four miles to Seven Mile Road. Turn East and
go to Michna Road.. Travel south 1/2 mile.
Picnic tables, toilets, tent sites, trailer
sites, hiking, nature trails, baseball. tennis,
Heg Memorial Park-A
museum at this park highlights the heritage
of the early Norwegian settlers who made western
Racine County their "New Norway. From
Warterford, take Loomis Road north to Heg
Park Road. Picnic tables, picnic shelter,
toilets, baseball playground.
will appreciate this lake, stocked with just
about every native freshwater fish. Provides
a boat launch, a fishing pier and room along
the banks for casting a line.Fromm Burlington,
take Hwy. 11 east eight miles to Sunnyside
Drive. Turn north and go to Church Road. Turn
east and continue to the park. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter, toilets, baseball, playground,
Property-Several small ponds and
the waters of the Fox River make this park
a good spot for shore fishing. The 239 acres
are otherwise undeveloped, except for several
nature trails. From Waterford, take Hwy. 20
to Hwy. 36. Turn south on 36 and continue
to the junction with Cty. J, just south of
Rochester. Nature trails.
area, equipped with tables and grills, is
used primarily as a picnic spot. An unmarked
hiking trail runs through the park. From Racine,
take Hwy. 20 ten miles to the park, 3/4 mile
west of I-94. Picnic tables, outhouses, hiking.
on the southeast shore of Brown's Lake, has
a large sand beach, a beachhouse and concessions.
From Burlington, take Hwy. 10 east two miles.
Picnic tables, toilets, swimming, beach, baseball,
Margis Jr. Wildlife Area-An elevared
boardwalk extends through this 45 acre wildlife
area, connecting to a marsh and two of three
ponds. A former state fish hatchery, the site
features a nature trail overlooking the largest
pond. From Burlington, take Hwy. P south three
miles to Fish Hatchery Road to the wildlife
area. Picnic tables, hiking, nature trails.
tributary of the Root River runs through tj
11 acre property, used primarily as a wayside
picnic area. From Milwaukee take I-94 south
to Cty. G in Kilbournville. Turn west and
travel two miles. outhouse, baseball.
Settler's park-This park is located
next to the Racine County Fairgrounds, and
offers eight reservable picnic areas, six
shelters with electricity, picnic tables and
grills. From the junction of Hwy. 45 and 11
in Union Grove. take Hwy. 11 west 1/2 mile.
just south of Racine, this park offers a spot
to picnic, play baseball or go for a jog.
In the city of Racine, take Ohio St. one block
north of its junction with Hwy. 11. Picnic
tables, picnic shelter, toilets, nature trails,
deep, clear, spring-fed waters of this former
limestone quarry provide a place to swim,
fish, and scuba dive. 18 acre Quarry lake
is annually stocked with rainbow and brown
trout. From the junction of Hwy. 31 and 38,
just outside of Racine, take Hwy. 38 one mile
southeast. Picnic tables, toilets, swimming,
beach, dressing rooms, volleyball.
will appreciate the floating dock and breakwater
at this park. Located in downtown Racine on
Lake Michigan, this park also offers a fish
cleaning station and an elevated deck
for a view of the harbor. In
Racine, take Christopher Columbus Causeway
1 1/2 blocks east of Main St. Toilets.
River Parkway Lands-Though
it receives little use, this undeveloped piece
of land along the Root River offers a spot
to fish from the bank. Along the Root River
near Caledonia; Horlick Dam location just
east of Hwy. 38. Take Rapids Court one block
west of the junction of North Green Bay Road
and Rapids Drive.
and cross-country skiing trails wind through
this quiet 91 acre site on the Fox River.
From Waterford, take Hwy. 20 southeast to
Hwy. 36. Travel southwest on hwy. 36 one mile
south of Rochester to the Fox River. Picnic
tables, hiking, cross-country skiing.
who take a walk along this park's nature trail
through the 30 acre State Scientific Area
will find more than 90 species of native wild
flowers and a small creek. This park offers
39campsites, four group sites and showers.
There are six picnic areas to choose from.
From Racine, take Hwy. 31 south to Cty. KR.
Turn east and go one mile to Wood Road. Turn
north and travel 1/2 mile. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter, toilets, tent sites, trailer
sites, hiking, nature trails, baseball, playground.
four acre wayside park is a picnic spot and
rest stop. From Racine, take Hwy. 20 west
one mile past I-94 to Cty. C. Turn southwest
and travel 1/2 mile. Picnic tables, outhouses.
acres of undeveloped land. From Waterford,
take Hwy. 20 southeast to Hwy. 36. Travel
south on 36 to Cty. J. Travel southeast on
J to the junction with Cty. A.
park is a one acre wayside picnic spot just
north of Racine. From Racine, take Hwy. 32
four miles north to the junction with Five
Mile Road. Picnic tables.
Wadewitz Nature Camp-Formerly
a Boy Scout Camp, this natural resource area
serves as a primitive group camping site,
offering a barn and three sided Adironack-
style shelters and tent sites by reservation.
From the junction of Hwy. 20 and Cty. W in
Waterford, take W 1 1/2 miles south to Buena
Park Road. Turn northwest and travel 1/4 mile.
tent sites, outhouses, hiking, nature trails,