City of Kenosha Parks
City of Kenosha Parks are open from sunrise to 10 p.m.
Click on a park name below to view details about the park.
For information on renting park facilities, click here. For information about hosting a Special Event in a City park, click here.
|Alford Park||1819 Sheridan Road|
|Anderson Park||8730 22nd Avenue|
|Bain Park||6200 10th Avenue|
|Baker Park||835 65th Street|
|Bullamore Park||6800 36th Avenue|
|Celebration Place||5501 Calabria Way|
|Cicchini Park||6505 17th Avenue|
|Civic Center Park||900 57th Street|
|CJ Clausen Park||6501 87th Avenue|
|Columbus Park||2003 54th Street|
|Davis Park||4200 59th Street|
|Dr. James Santarelli Park||3800 42nd Street|
||6125 3rd Avenue|
|Elmwood Park||3321 78th Street|
|Endee Park||4401 47th Street|
|Fire House Square Park||4817 7th Avenue|
|Forest Park||4803 61st Street|
|Friendship Park||5834 6th Avenue|
|Gangler Park||6701 82nd Street|
|Gateway Center Park||11414 75th Street|
|Hobbs Park||4500 30th Avenue|
|Horizon Park||6598 112th Avenue|
|Isetts Park||8801 32nd Avenue|
|Jamestown Park||5312 41st Street|
|Johnson Highlands Park||6301 55th Street|
|Kenfair Park||5555 55th Avenue|
|Kennedy Park||4051 5th Avenue|
|Library Park||711 59th Place|
|Limpert Park||3310 45th Street|
|Lincoln Park||6900 18th Avenue|
|Little League Park||5201 58th Street|
|Matoska Park||3301 26th Avenue|
|Nash Park||6022 60th Street|
|Navy Memorial Park||5201 6th Avenue|
|Nedweski Park||1613 43rd Street|
|Newman Park||7611 35th Avenue|
|Pennoyer Park||3601 7th Avenue|
|Petretti Park||1903 16th Avenue|
|Petzke Park||2820 14th Avenue|
|Phil Sanders||11600 75th Street|
|Place De Douai||201 56th Street|
|Poerio Park||1401 16th Avenue|
|Red Arrow Park||1720 84th Place|
|Roosevelt Park||6801 34th Avenue|
|St. Peter's Park||2152 30th Avenue|
|Schulte Park||4400 87th Place|
|Senior Citizens' Park||2717 67th Street|
|Shagbark Recreational Area||3100 39th Avenue|
|Simmons Island Park||5001 4th Avenue|
|Southport Park||7501 2nd Avenue|
|Southport Marina Park||5707 3rd Avenue|
|Southwest Library Park||7909 38th Avenue|
|Strawberry Creek Park||13580 66th Place|
|Streeter Park||6601 16th Avenue|
|Sunnyside Park||8216 26th Avenue|
|Sunrise Park||2829 50th Avenue|
|Tot Park||1601 79th Street|
|Tower Line Park||6651 57th Avenue|
|Union Park||4500 7th Avenue|
|Veterans Memorial Park||5220 6th Avenue|
|Washington Park||1901 Washington Road|
|Washington Park Municipal Golf Course||2205 Washington Road|
|Wolfenbüttel Park||5901 3rd Avenue|
The Washington Park Velodrome opened in 1927, making it the country’s oldest operating velodrome!
Visit the Velodrome website for more information on racing and events.
City of Kenosha pools are closed for the season - see you next year!
Kenosha offers affordable, safe, public swimming at two outdoor swimming pools: Washington Park Pool and Anderson Park Pool, which open in mid-June. These pools are relaxing spots to cool off and enjoy the summer. Please note the hours of operation, pool policies, pool rules and fees are subject to change each year. Concessions are available at Anderson Park Pool.
Season Passes are now available to purchase online! Click here to fill out the form.
- CLOSED every Monday and on July 4th
- June, July, August: 10 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. (Tuesday-Sunday)
Washington Park Pool
1821 Washington Road (262-287-5674)
Zero-depth pool with: interactive water features, 200-foot long water slide, 10-foot long and 6-foot high drop slide, diving board, deck chairs and umbrella tables.
Anderson Park Pool
8730 22nd Avenue (262-287-5675)
Anderson has two pools with: tot pool with small children’s slide, 200-foot long water slide, 10-foot long and 6-foot high drop slide, diving board, lockers, splash pad for all ages, deck chairs and umbrella tables.
For additional information on pool rules and regulations, click here.
Pool season passes are available for purchase online and at the Washington Park Municipal Golf Course (2205 Washington Road) Monday-Sunday, weather permitting.
City of Kenosha splash pads are open!
Kenosha offers four outdoor splash pads: Anderson Park Pool, Southport Marina Park, Roosevelt Park and Schulte Park which are open June through Labor Day. These pads are fun spots to cool off and enjoy the summer. Please note the hours of operation, splash pad policies and rules are subject to change each year.
|Location||Open / Closed||Hours|
|Anderson Pool (8720 22nd Ave)||CLOSED FOR THE SEASON||- - -|
|Roosevelt Park (6801 34th Ave)||CLOSED FOR THE SEASON||- - -|
|Schulte Park (4400 87th Pl)||CLOSED FOR THE SEASON||- - -|
|Southport Marina Park (5707 3rd Ave)||CLOSED FOR THE SEASON||- - -|
The VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK ICE RINK is closed for the season.
See you later this year!
Kenosha offers affordable and safe public ice skating at Veterans Memorial Park. The ice rink is a fun place to enjoy some winter activites. Please note the hours of operation, policies, and rules are subject to change each year.
Ice Rink: End of November - Mid-March (weather depending) - daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Ice Skate Rental: Monday-Friday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturdays 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Sundays noon to 8 p.m.
Come practice your loops and lutzes at the City ice rink, now open for the season at Veterans Memorial Park, 5220 6th Ave. The 32-foot by 60-foot ice rink is open for skating, free of charge, daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. - weather permitting.
Bring your own skates or check out free ice skates, sponsored by the Mayor's Youth Commission, during posted rental hours. Ice skates are available - on a first-come-first served basis - at the Skate Hut outside the rink during rental hours: Monday-Friday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturdays 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Sundays noon to 8 p.m. Child and adult size skates are available for check-out by dropping off a photo ID, such as a valid driver's license or a valid school-issued ID.
No hockey pucks or sticks are allowed on the ice rink. Food and beverages also are not allowed on the rink.
Check out some ice-rink fun from past winter events!
Skating on Open Water
As a reminder, it is never safe to ice skate in the Lake Michigan harbor downtown. Even during very cold weather, ice can crack. According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Ice Safety, there is no such thing as 100 percent safe ice on open bodies of water. People are not able to determine the strength of ice by factors including its appearance, age, thickness, temperature or whether the ice is covered with snow. Ice strength is based on a combination of several factors, and they can vary from water body to water body. Ice strength can also vary in different areas of the same body of water.