Established: Before 1950
Staff Size: 25–50 people
Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours
Brands Used: Brunswick
Pro Tip: We offer a full food menu and complete bar options, so come hungry and thirsty.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: 50 arcade games and 35 lanes of bowling
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
JB's 41 35 bowling lanes gleam with the possibilities of scoring a coveted turkey. And to help beginners and kids get closer to this goal, they can request automatic bumpers. On Friday and Saturday nights, the alley transforms with heart-thumping music and black lights for a Galactic bowling experience. The oiled hardwood lanes become mirrors for the flashing, colored lights, morphing the space into something akin to a nightclub, which is how most scientists describe outer space. Beyond bowling, the joint houses a video arcade chock full of 50 games and a restaurant and full bar to refuel weary bowlers.
Since it opened for shredding in 1999, 4 Seasons Skate Park has given skateboard, BMX, in-line, and scooter athletes ample space to practice their sports at any time of the year. Filled with ramps, rails, boxes, and myriad other features, the indoor-outdoor skate park offers a safe alternative to riding in unsafe public spaces. Those who want to have it all to themselves can rent the park out for a birthday party or other special event or simply rent the available party room that comes with private instruction. The skatepark also offers a pro shop filled with equipment for all skateboard, BMX and scooter needs.
Get to swinging when you get together at River Falls Recreation, a popular spot for mini golf in the city of Milwaukee.
Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the park.
With its kid-friendly vibe, this park is a great spot for families.
Who's ready to race? Hit the track at River Falls Recreation for a day of high-speed, go-kart fun.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
The rink at The Ozaukee Ice Center in Mequon is the ideal choice for athletes and amateur skaters alike.
Looking for a bite to eat? This club also has an awesome restaurant.
Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this club — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
The Kenosha Kingfish may be a new team in the Northwoods League, but their home is among the oldest. In the summer of 2014, the newly-formed organization took the field at Historic Simmons Field, a 3,218-seat ballpark built in 1920. The Simmons Field diamond has hosted high school teams, semi-pro clubs, women's pro leagues, and even multi-platinum boy bands over the decades before its current residents moved in and changed all the locks. Today, the Kingfish continue to share the beautiful old ballpark with local amateur teams and exhibition games, continuing the legacy of quality baseball in the town of Kenosha. The team sold out 22 of 36 games during the inaugural season and are looking forward to an even more exciting 2015 season. From Zip-Lining Mascots and celebrity appearances, to Toilet Seat Races and the Dancing Elvi' Dancing Grounds Crew, the Kenosha Kingfish provide exciting and affordable, family-oriented entertainment.
A tractor rumbles along the rolling hills of Green Meadows Petting Farm's back 40 as it pulls hayride passengers toward the farm’s animals' barns and pens. There, hands of all ages can snuggle on the fuzzy fleece of a baby goat or sheep, brush against the bristly hide of the 700-pound Patty the Pig, or comb fingers into the soft mane of Lad the Pony. Farmers on the staff also share insights and anecdotes on the farm and its four-legged friends as guests roam the farm at their leisure. For Charlie and Mavis Keyes, of all the sights and sounds on a farm that's been in the family since 1964, the ones they enjoy most watching and hearing are from the children and parents who come to visit. It's a thrill, Charlie says, to hear the kids say that they had "the best day ever," providing a happy counterpoint to childhood days that include trips to the doctor's and punishments to file and catalogue a sister's dolls' dresses.