Racine County Sports Facilities


ACE Soccer Club
(262) 732-4049
ACE Soccer Club offers teams for five different youth levels (U10, U12, U13, U14, and U15). The 25-acre soccer complex is located northwest of the intersection of Highway H and Adams Road in Caledonia. It includes six playing fields, a gravel parking lot, concession stand, portable restrooms, and a stormwater management pond.

Browns Lake Golf Course
932 Browns Lake Dr., Burlington
(262) 763-6065
Opened in 1921, Browns Lake Golf Course has manicured fairways and contoured greens stretching for 6,449 yards. It hosts various tournaments and outings throughout the year. Other attractions include the golf shop, Fairway Cafe, and practice area with two putting greens, a chipping green, and two bunkers.

Pershing Park
800 Pershing Dr., Racine
(262) 636-9131
This park offers spectacular views of the lake and harbor. The park offers a lighted regulation football field with bleachers (Pershing Field), skateboard park, lavatories, concessions, picnic tables, public boat launch with car/trailer parking and shore fishing. Next to Pershing Field, the park also offers a softball/baseball diamond, as well as a soccer field.

Haban Park
1330 Borgardt Rd., Mt Pleasant
(262) 886-0797
This park is especially interesting for baseball and softball fans! It offers 12 softball and baseball diamonds on 40 acres. Additionally, the park includes six football/soccer fields and open space for other activities. The sports facility is owned by the county and operated by Racine Youth Sports.

Horlick Field
1648 N. Memorial Dr., Racine
(262) 636-9223
Horlick Field is an 8,500 seat football stadium and a baseball park enclosed within stone walls and chain fences. Teams from the high schools and local leagues play their regular season games in the baseball diamond, which is the site for local tournaments and championship games. The land for the field was donated by William Horlick, the inventor of malted milk.

The Chicago Bears played their first game ever as the Bears at Horlick Athletic Field against the Horlick-Racine Legion on October 1, 1922. The Bears won 6-0. The park has been the home of the Old Timer's Athletic Club Softball Tournament for over three decades. The Racine Belles, immortalized in the film A League of Their Own, called Horlick Field their home while the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was in existence.

Humble Park
2200 Blaine Ave, Racine
(262) 636-9226
Humble Park offers a variety of activities for seniors, adults and youth with many of its programs focused on youth athletics. The facility has an outdoor basketball court, baseball diamonds, sand volleyball court, pickle ball courts, and tennis courts. Additionally, there is a gymnasium, meeting rooms, playground area, and preschool room as well as a kitchen and restrooms.

J. I. Case High School
7345 Washington Ave., Racine
(262) 619-4200
Built in 1966, the J. I. Case High School sports complex includes one pool, two soccer fields, two football fields, two practice fields for all sports, one non-WIAA approved track, 12 tennis courts, two softball diamonds, one baseball field, a fieldhouse, and an adapted sports area for wrestling and miscellaneous sports.

Lockwood Park
4500 Graceland Blvd., Racine
(262) 636-9131
James E. Lockwood Park is a great place to play a variety of sports. The 38-acre park has five tennis courts, a basketball court, and a league baseball diamond. It also has shelters available for rent, picnic areas, and restrooms.

North Beach Oasis
100 Kewaunee St., Racine
(262) 636-9131
North Beach offers beautiful views year round and a number of recreational activities for the entire family to enjoy. During the warmer months, activities include swimming, biking, picnicking, and beach volleyball. While warmer months allow for a variety of recreational activities, the beach is perfect for running/walking, biking, and photography any time of year.

The North Beach Oasis is excellent if you enjoy the sun, good food, and beach volleyball. There are 12 volleyball courts available on a first come basis. The site is overseen by the Racine City Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services.

Racine Country Club
2801 Northwestern Ave., Racine
(262) 637-8008
The Racine Country Club is mainly known for its golf course; however, it also has three first class tennis courts (lighted for evening play) along with six fenced pickleball courts and a separate facility with paddle tennis courts (lighted and heated for winter and evening play). Additionally, there is a three-tier aquatics complex that provides a welcome break from the long summer days with a cabana just steps away for poolside dining and beverage service. A variety of social events and tournaments are hosted throughout the year including family, junior and adult events.

Racine Area Soccer Association
9509 Dunkelow Rd., Franksville
(414) 909-3145
The Racine Area Soccer Association (RASA) provides a variety of soccer programs for all ages. Serving nearly 3,000 members, RASA offers a variety of soccer experiences from the Small & Speedy Program for the youngest players 3 years of age and the specially designed Superstars Program for players who face a variety of disabilities to the Recreational League Program, which provides the opportunity for children ages 4 years and up to learn, play and enjoy soccer. Available for rent for other sports such as lacrosse and Australian Rules Football. This is a perfect venue for any sport that needs large, open, flat space.

LifeSport Tennis Club - Racine
5100 Briarwood Ln., Racine
(262) 639-6100
LifeSport Tennis Club - Racine has five indoor courts, and hosts seasonal tennis camps and a USTA Tournament.