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Racine County

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Racine County is a county in Southeast Wisconsin and home to Wisconsin's fifth largest city, Racine.

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Map of Racine County

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By car[edit]

  • I-94 is the main artery into Racine County if arriving from the north or the south.
  • North-west entry can be had by WI-83 towards Waterford.
  • Western routes include WI-20 from East Troy into Waterford and WI-11 (which changes into WI-83) passing through south Burlington (Wisconsin),

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The only train station in the county is the 1 Sturtevant train station, just outside the city of Racine.

  • From Union Station in Chicago, the Metra stops in Sturtevant.
  • Both the Intermodal Station and the General Mitchell International Airport station in Milwaukee make stops at the Sturtevant train station.

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  • Bike Trails. There are several bike trails of varying lengths and difficulties that cross through and around Racine County. These trails are often tree lined, with a packed earth or gravel surface. Some go through woodlands, prairie and wetland, so it is a fantastic way to see the variety of landscapes the county has to offer. Check the county's official website for a full list, with directions to and maps of, the bike trails.
  • 1 Apple Holler, 5006 South Sylvania Ave, +1 262 884-7100. Monday through Thursday 8AM to 3PM. Friday 8AM to 8PM. Saturday 8AM to 7 PM. Sunday 8AM to 4PM. Hours change during harvest and holiday seasons. An apple orchard open to the public. There is a restaurant, petting zoo, maze, and gift shop. When in season, you can pick apples, take a hay ride, or find your way out of the corn maze. Very busy in the fall and two weeks leading up to Christmas.
  • 2 Swan's Pumpkin Farm, 5930 Highway H, +1 262 835-4885. Grows pumpkins and watermelons you can pick. Most of the festivities occur in the fall. During harvest season it has a maze and haunted house, tractor draw hay rides, a petting zoo, pedal cart racing and pumpkin carving area. Sells fall treats to eat.

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