We think it is safe to say that everyone is excited to see some warmer weather in the forecast.
Spring unlocks a whole sea of fun adventures that you and your kids can enjoy together. NO matter what your family is interested in, Racine & Kenosha can deliver! We don’t often think of our little communities as packed with fun, but if you do a little searching, you can uncover some real hidden gems!
Here are some of our recommendations for fun things to do in Racine & Kenosha this spring, that your child will be so excited to tell us about when they come to daycare!
The perfect adventure for your animal loving little one! The Racine Zoo is a perfect weekend trip to explore many species of animals that you would normally have to travel all the way to Milwaukee to see. With an incredible amount of activities and programs for kids, it makes it the perfect place for your child to learn and have fun. Children under 2 years old are completely free and tickets only cost between $6 – $8.
I think we can all agree that kids ask A LOT of questions. The Kenosha Public Museum is perfect for that little inquiring mind. With their Field Station, which gives kids the opportunity to get an up-close look at fossils, insects, and shells, your child will have the opportunity to use their noggin in new ways and learn all sorts of new and exciting things! It is always an amazing thing to see a child learn something new!
If you really want to get out and stretch your legs, Petrifying Springs Park in Kenosha can be a full day of fun! The park is over 360 acres large and has miles and miles of trails for your child to experience everything nature has to offer. You might have to deal with a little mud during the spring, but that just adds to the fun. And parents, once summer comes, The Petrifying Springs Biergarten is the perfect combination of fun for parents and kids!
So which one of these activities is first on your list of fun things to do in Racine & Kenosha this spring?
These are only 3 of the many exciting things that Racine & Kenosha have to offer for families and kids. Whether you realize it or not, our little area is packed full of things to do and ways to enjoy the spring. What are your favorite activities? We would love to hear them!