Racine has tons of gorgeous parks near The William! Check out the list below and discover the coolest playgrounds, most breathtaking walks, and sweet swimming spots.
Marino Park is a three-acre neighborhood park surrounded by Albert Street, State Street, Summit Avenue, and Hubbard Street.
Visitors can run through its large open playfield, climb on its playground, and hoop on its full-size basketball court.
The tables and trees provide tons of spots to sit in the shade and picnic on a hot summer day.
1949 Albert St, Racine, WI 53404
Quarry Lake Park
Quarry Lake Park used to be a limestone quarry. Today, the 40-acre park stretches across the City of Racine and Village of Mount Pleasant. The spring-fed lake is a popular spot for swimming, fishing, and scuba diving.
Pack up your friends and family and cookout with the grills provided by Racine County. Enjoy restrooms with plumbing, drinking water, electricity, a playground for the kids, and a sand volleyball court!
Rent the bathhouse and picnic area for your next event! Don’t forget to bring your pup to Karen A. Nelson Memorial Dog Park!
3533 Northwestern Avenue Racine, Mt Pleasant, WI 53404
Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sunday 24 hours
Colonial Park sits six blocks west of The William and has gorgeous walking and bike trails through thick forests and tall meadows.
Grab your fishing pole and find your honey hole on the 73-acres along the Root River where you can also picnic.
Take a look at a map to learn what wetlands and woodlands are a part of the primary environmental corridor.
2300 West High St, Racine, WI 53404
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:55pm
11 of Lincoln Parks 25-acres is part of the primary environmental corridor and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Steelhead Facility.
Visitors can use the ADA-accessible River Root Pathway to walk or bike to Colonial Park, or use the boat launch to kayak and canoe. Stop and read the historical exhibits throughout the park to learn more about the park’s history.
Bring your kids to Lincoln Park for baseball diamond, football field, playfield, and playground. The park offers public restrooms and picnic areas, with a shelter available for rent.
2200 Domanik Dr, Racine, WI 53404
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:55pm
Island Park is a 21-acre community park along the Root River with ADA accessibility. Take a hike or bike ride along the Root River Pathway before visiting the park’s historical exhibit and hopping into a kayak or canoe.
Rent the shelter for your next gathering, or simply stop by to see the primary environmental corridor and wetlands pocket.
Bring your children for some fresh air on the playfield, sand playground, two baseball diamonds, and picnic areas.
1700 Liberty St, Racine, WI 53404
Cedar Bend Park
The 2-acre neighborhood park sits on the edge of the Root River.
Hike or bike along the Root River Pathway and visit other connecting parks, or hang out on the playground and basketball court.
Cedar Bend Park hosts Riverside and Clayton Park, where visitors can have a riverside picnics or view the primary environmental corridor and wetlands.
33 McKinely Ave, Racine, WI 53404
N. Owen Davies Park
N. Owen Davies Park is a 5-acre neighborhood park boasting a playground, playfield, and dog park. The trees, tables, and benches offer plenty of space for everyone to sit in the sun or shade.
The park’s perimeter has an enclosed fence to prevent parents panicking over a runaway child, while two area lights allow for nighttime play and keep the monsters of the dark away.
Dogs love to socialize in the 80’ by 100’ small dog park or the 80’ by 200’ large dog park.
1700 West Blvd, Racine, WI 53405