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.
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 Racine Harbor Lighthouse was built in 1866. The one and a half story brick house had a tower embedded in the roof which contained a fifth order Fresnel lens. The lens was updated to a fourth order Fresnel lens in 1870. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1901 and served as a keeper’s
Built in 1880, Wind Point Lighthouse is the oldest and tallest working lighthouse on Lake Michigan and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The lighthouse and tower are open for tours on select dates. Visit their website for more details
Washington Park Golf Course is a 9-hole course that is considered the oldest golf course on record still within city limits in the state of Wisconsin. The beautiful, parkland course is fun for any age and skill level.
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