Home of Wingspread and the Wind Point Lighthouse, the Village of Wind Point, Wisconsin is a peaceful residential community located in northeast Racine County, along the shores of Lake Michigan. The Village is bordered by Highway G in the Village of Caledonia on the west, Four Mile Rd. and Lake Michigan on the north and east, and Three Mile Rd. on the south.

With a nationally recognized school, iconic lighthouse, fascinating people and unique architecture, Wind Point is more than a convenient suburb of Racine and Milwaukee. You’ll find a diverse mix of families, professionals and senior residents all enjoying a safe, connected lifestyle where neighbors care about their neighborhood and look out for one another.

Quick Facts (source: U.S. Census):

  • Population: 1,723
  • Total housing units: 776
  • 96.3% owner-occupied housing
  • Total area: 1.42 square miles
  • Median household income: $106,000
  • Percent graduated high school or higher: 99.0%
  • Year incorporated: 1954

What’s in Wind Point:

  • Wind Point Lighthouse – one of the oldest and tallest still operating lighthouses on Lake Michigan.
  • Wingspread – a National Historic Landmark residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that is now the Johnson Foundation conference center.
  • Prairie School – opened in 1965 and considered one of the finest private, independent, college preparatory day schools in the United States. Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired campus designed by internationally renowned architectural firm Taliesin Associates and constructed in various phases between 1965 and 2005.
  • SC Johnson Entomology Research Center – Opened in 1968 and became the world’s largest private, urban entomology research center to combat bugs and the diseases they can carry.
  • Shoop Park Golf Course – a nine-hole course situated on the shores of picturesque Lake Michigan.