River Bend Nature Center is located on 72 acres near the Root River and offers an abundance of outdoor recreation. They offer canoe and kayak rentals, as well as cross-country ski and snowshoe rentals. Check their website for a list of classes and events
The Racine/Sturtevant trail is a mostly off-road 3.5-mile trail through an abandoned rail corridor. The asphalt trail connects with the North Shore Trail at the eastern end and the Pike River Pathway at the western end. There are no designated parking areas for the trail, but access is at the
Built in 1910, the Racine Breakwater Lighthouse is no longer used as a navigational beacon, but it is still illuminated at night. It can be viewed from the Reefpoint Marina parking lot or along the Racine lakefront walking paths.
The Root River Pathway runs four miles from east to west, beginning at the Main Street Bridge and ending at Colonial Park. The trail passes many Racine attractions and also connects with the Milwaukee-Racine-Kenosha (MRK) Trail and North Shore Trail. Parking is available at most of the city parks
Wingspread is the 14,000-square-foot home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the H.F. Johnson family. It is located several miles north of the SC Johnson plant and is also open for tours. The home is the last and largest of the Prairie-style houses built by Wright. Wingspread now serves as an