Sanders Park has 23 primitive campsites that can accommodate tents or a small pop-up camper. A fire ring is included at each site. The Park has a picnic shelter with open-hearth fireplace, scenic nature trail and a number of short hiking trails.
Franksville Beer Garden is open seasonally in Caledonia-Mt. Pleasant Joint Memorial Park on Thursdays through Sundays. They serve a rotation of 16 Wisconsin craft beers, as well as cider and wine. The family-friendly venue has a playground, sandbox, yard games and board games. Check their website
The Racine Art Museum is home to the largest contemporary craft collection in the United States. Nearly half of the Museum’s almost 10,000 pieces focuses on contemporary craft pieces from internationally recognized artists. Museum exhibits change approximately two to three times per year
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.
Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort has a wide variety of campsites, ranging from full hook-up to tent sites. If camping isn’t quite your speed, they also have cabins available. The activities and attractions are sure to be a hit with all ages, especially the Water Zone and Adventure Island
Cliffside Park on the shores of Lake Michigan has 92 RV or tent sites, each with electricity, water and fire ring. There are also three large group campsites. Additional amenities include restrooms, showers, dump station, playground, baseball and soccer fields, basketball courts and picnic