Kenosha Defines Fun
The Kenosha Area is nestled on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan in southeastern Wisconsin. Located midway between Milwaukee and Chicago, the Kenosha Area is an ideal getaway destination any time of the year. One of Kenosha’s most recognized features is its wide open access to Lake Michigan: nearly 90 percent of Kenosha County’s Lake Michigan shore is publicly accessible and miles of shoreline connect beaches, parks, bike paths, marinas and festival places.
The 3 words I would use to describe the Wisconsin brand of fun are...
Appetizing, adventurous, and memorable.
The brand of fun in Wisconsin means...
Riding a Harley down picturesque country roads, climbing a lighthouse on a Great Lake, and enjoying a dairy breakfast on the farm.
Examples of Fun Experiences
To bring fun to life, we provide experiences like...
Riding an Electric Streetcar along the beautiful Lake Michigan shore, through two National Register Historic Districts and downtown Kenosha, and by three museums – filled with mammoths, dinosaurs, and Civil War history.
I know our visitors are having fun because they’ve told us...
And shared their Kenosha vacation photos with us on our social media pages.
Tips for Others in the Industry
We’re making sure our visitors/customers experience fun by training our staff...
And our tourism partners utilizing the Kenosha Area to Go hospitality training program. We encourage them to visit the places our tourists would and to be ready with recommendations of where to play, stay, dine, and shop in the Kenosha Area.
Best Partnership Practices for the Industry
Our community collaborates to promote fun by...
Coming to the table as individual businesses and organizations to become partners for such events as Museum Crawl, Downtown Second Saturdays, and First Fridays at our I-94 Visitor Information Center.
We’re able to promote the brand of fun by partnering with the Department through..
Participating in the Department’s co-op advertising program, funding events through the JEM and Ready, Set, Go! grant programs; utilizing the Tourist Information Center (TIC) grant program; and featuring our destination on TravelWisconsin.com.