Marina Neighborhood

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Visitors tell us, “There’s so much to do in Racine!”  Here are just a few examples:

  • Racine Art Museum:   Rotating exhibits w/ one of North America’s  most significant collection of contemporary crafts. http://www.ramart.org/
  • Racine Heritage Museum:  Exhibits of Racine’s most famous people, inventions and history. http://www.racineheritagemuseum.org/
  • Racine Public Library
  • YMCA
  • Racine Zoological Gardens:  The Racine Zoo is situated on 32 acres on the shore of Lake Michigan, 1.5 miles from Reefpoint Marina.  The zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums with more than 100 species of animals native to Wisconsin and/or endangered. https://www.racinezoo.org/
  • North Beach:  Named one of the 10 best family beaches by Parent Magazine and one of the 10 best beaches on the Great Lake by Midwest Living magazine.  Located 3/4 miles from ReefPoint Marina, the beach is 50 acres and offers 2,500 feet of shoreline. The bathhouse patio has nightly entertainment on weekends in season. http://www.cityofracine.org/depts/health/beach.aspx
  • Sixth Street Art District:  Numerous art dealers & galleries. http://www.racinedowntown.com/arts.html
  • Racine Civic Center:  Consisting of a festival hall & parkland with a colonnade, this venue is home to numerous ethnic and music events. http://www.civiccentreracine.com/
  • Dr. Laurel Clark Memorial Fountain:  NASA Space Shuttle Columbia astronaut and native to Racine.
  • Downtown Racine: So many restaurants, bars, taverns, cocktail lounges and shops are located  within a short stroll from Reefpoint Marina. http://www.racinedowntown.com/

Racine Events and Festivities

Racine offers a calendar filled with festivities and special events enjoyed by visitors and residents alike.  Mark your calendar and join us!

  • First Friday’s
  • Party on the Pavement
  • Music on the Monument
  • Great Lake’s Brew Fest (Racine Zoo)
  • Fourth of July parade & fireworks
  • St. Patrick’s Day parade
  • Salmon-a-Rama