Southeast Wisconsin offers a wealth of activities and abundant natural beauty. Racine and Kenosha, both situated on Lake Michigan, represent a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Racine is home to North Beach, a 50 acre stretch of uninterrupted beachfront. Fishing, boating, and sailing opportunities abound in addition to the 117 miles of bike paths and numerous public golf courses. Lighthouses and historical landmarks designed by the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright draws visitors to the area. Local farms offer the chance for you to pick your own fresh strawberries, raspberries, and pumpkins.
Racine’s bakeries are renowned for their fine Danish pastries. The big city thrills of Chicago and Milwaukee are also only a short drive away.
Kenosha has similarly bountiful outdoor resources, including scenic spots ideal for windsurfing, camping, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, and swimming. Travel back in time at the annual Bristol Renaissance Fair or test your speed at the Washington Park Velodrome, the oldest cycling track in the country.
Lake Geneva, nestled against Geneva Lake, offers everything from fine dining and shopping to parasailing and fishing. Residents can visit the local orchards and vineyards or relax at one of many luxurious spas and resorts.
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