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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp & Resort
8425 State Road 38, Caledonia, WI 53108
During the summer months, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp & Resort is full of families on vacation. AmenitiesMore include a water park, swimming pools, sports fields, picnic areas and more. Visitors can stay in a tent, a motor home or a cabin. During the off-months, Jellystone offers such fun events as the Halloween Bash and the Christmas Carnival of Lights. Prices are affordable, and the park staff promises a fun time for everyone.
Cliffside Park
7415 Michna Rd, Racine, WI 53402
Cliffside Park is more than 220 acres. It offers camping, baseball diamonds, pavilions, and a playground.
Racine Area Soccer Association
7208 Lone Elm Dr, Racine, WI 53402
Racine Area Soccer Association, also known as Rasa, creates and coordinates youth soccer programs. Soccer practices,More teams, clubs, games, camps and summer leagues are all offered. They are open to children ages three through seventeen.
River Bend Nature Center
3600 N Green Bay Rd, Racine, WI 53404
The River Bend Nature Center is owned by Racine County and operated by River Bend Nature Center Inc. It often hostsMore nature camps for children, but it also rents out cross-country skis and canoes. The nature center is situated along the Root River.
Racine County Pony Club
5518 State Road 31, Racine, WI 53402
Racine County Pony Club is part of the United States Pony Club organization. The club has been in business since 1967,More offering children the opportunity to learn about and ride horses. They offer programs, private lessons, horse leasing, rally activities, camps and much more. The trainers are very well educated, having spent their lives around horses, and know how to relate to children and young adults and keep them safe while working with the horses. Prices are a little high but well worth the experience.
Racine Dominican Eco-Justice Center
7133 Michna Rd, Racine, WI 53402
The Eco-Justice Center is operated by the Racine Dominicans and works to create a sustainable relationship with theMore community and provide environmental education. The group has created an environmentally friendly area through building a green addition to the farmhouse, as well as installing solar hot water, solar electric, and geo-thermal heating and cooling. The center offers tours for groups, as well as ecology camps, birthday parties and educational trips. Some types of sustainable activities at the center include organic gardening, raising of livestock and sharing extra produce with those in need through Racine's North Side Food Pantry. Check its website for details on the center or for information on special tours or events.