The Pike River Pathway is a paved, multi-use trail running from Old Spring Street to County Highway KR. Parking is available at Old Spring Street at Airline Road or at Case High School. The trail runs north-south along the Pike River.
Take a guided tour of beautiful downtown Racine and learn about Wisconsin’s rich abolitionist, industrial, architectural and immigrant history. The 1.1-mile walking tour is offered on Saturdays at 10:30 am and begins at the front steps of the Racine Heritage Museum. Tour lasts approximately
Apple Holler is a 78-acre family farm where guests can stroll the rolling hills of the orchard, visit the Farm Park, pick in-season fresh fruits, and more. Kids and families will love the Kids Korral Play Area, which offers a Cool Cow Maze, Music Garden, Amish Built Train, Giant Slide and Rainbow
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
The Lake Michigan Pathway is an almost 10-mile paved walking and biking trail along Racine’s lakefront. The Pathway connects with the MRK (Milwaukee-Racine-Kenosha) at 3-Mile Road and South Street to the north and with the North Shore Trail at Chicory Road to the south. It also connects with the
The SC Johnson Community Aquatic Center features 14,000-square-feet of water surface that includes water slides, water play structure, water spray feature, zero-depth pool, shaded lounge areas and concessions. The Aquatic Center is open seasonally from around mid-June through Labor Day
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