Parks and Beaches

    Pleasant Prairie has many area parks that we invite you and your family to enjoy. Come see why Pleasant Prairie is a "Great Place to Live, Work, and Play."

    Click here for a map of Pleasant Prairie Park locations.

    Prairie Springs Park

    Prairie Springs Park
    Located at 9900 Terwall Terrace

    Classified as a community park. This 22-acre park offers four softball diamonds with spectator stands, four youth soccer fields, restrooms, two playground areas, open green space for passive recreational activities, and archery range. Archers must purchase a seasonal pass at RecPlex to use the range. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round.




    Ingram ParkIngram Park

    Located at 5724 93rd Street

    Classified as a community park. Land for this 30.7-acre park was donated to the Village by John and Dorothy Ingram in December of 2008. Ingram Park offers a dog park, a sledding hill, a walking trail around a fishing pond, open green space for passive recreational activities, playground, and memorial trees planted in honor of each of the Kenosha County service men who lost their lives in the Vietnam War. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. A parking area is available inside Ingram Park.


     

    Rolling Meadows ParkRolling Meadows Park
    Located at the intersection of 100th Street and 32nd Avenue

    This 3.5-acre park is classified as a neighborhood park. Rolling Meadows Park offers playground equipment, a picnic area, open green space for passive recreational activities, and direct access to the Kenosha County bike/walking trail. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. Parking is available on the street that runs alongside the park.

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    Pleasant Prairie ParkPleasant Prairie Park
    Located at the intersection of Bain Station Road and 104th Avenue

    Classified as a community park. This 22-acre park offers four softball diamonds with spectator stands, four youth soccer fields, restrooms, two playground areas, open green space for passive recreational activities, and two parking areas. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round.




    Carol Beach ParkCarol Beach Park

    Located at the intersection of 111th Street and 9th Avenue

    Classified as a neighborhood park. On nearly 2.9 acres, Carol Beach Park offers a softball field, an open-air pavilion and adjacent picnic area, a basketball court, playground equipment, and open green space for passive recreational activities. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. Parking is available on the south side of the park.


    Becker ParkBecker Park
    Located at the intersection of 76th Street and 48th Avenue

    Classified as a neighborhood park. One nearly 1.5 acres, Becker Park offers playground equipment, a youth softball field, and open green space for passive recreational activities. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. Parking is available along the streets surrounding the park.




     Brookside Gardens ParkBrookside Gardens Park
    Located at 9915 26th Avenue

    Classified as a neighborhood park. On nearly 2.25 acres, Brookside Gardens Park is the newest park in the Village. It currently offers open green space for passive recreational activities and has a creek crossing the property. The future installation of playground equipment has been planned as funding becomes available. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. Parking is available on the west edge of the park and along the streets surrounding the park.

    Creekside ParkCreekside Crossing Park
    Located north of 93rd Street at 62nd Court

    Classified as a neighborhood park. On nearly 1.7 acres, Creekside Park offers playground equipment and open green space for passive recreational activities. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. Parking is available along the streets surrounding the park.




    Village Green ParkVillage Green Park

    Located south of 97th Street and east of Cooper Road

    This land is dedicated by the developers of Meadowdale Estates, Devonshire and Village Green Heights. This 29-acre park is classified as a community park. It currently offers a walking trail, playground equipment, and open green space for passive recreational activities. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. Parking is currently available on the streets surrounding the park. Proposed future plans for the park, if and when funding becomes available, include: additional parking; basketball, volleyball and tennis courts; a baseball field; a soccer field; a shelter; and adjacent trails.



    Woodlawn ParkWoodland Park
    Located at the intersection of Harrison Road and 50th Avenue

    Also referred to as Harrison Park, this 0.14-acre park is classified as a neighborhood park and is the smallest park in the Village. Woodlawn Park offers playground equipment and a small picnic area. The park is open to the public from sunrise to sunset, year round. Parking is available on the streets surrounding the park.

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