Village Green Park playground, tennis and pickleball courts are closed until further notice. 

Village Green pathways and general park area and the Lighthouse Grounds are still open to the public and can be used for exercise, provided that proper social distancing methods are used. 

Village Green Park
The Village Green Park is located at 215 E. Four Mile Rd. Village Green offers a pavilion, age-specific playground areas, two tennis courts, two pickleball courts, a perimeter pathway and picnic tables. The park also includes an open grassy area, suitable for playing catch or holding a special events. To reserve Village Green for an event, download the park reservation application on the Licenses & Permits page. Residents who are interested in honoring a special person or occasion can do so by having a commemorative plaque installed on a new park amenity, such as a picnic table or bench.For more information, view the Amenity Memorial Brochure .

Shoop Park

Shoop Park Golf Course is a picturesque nine-hole course located at 4510 Lighthouse Dr. on the shore of Lake Michigan. The course abuts the south lawn of the Wind Point Lighthouse and first opened in 1920. Although the park is located within Wind Point, it is owned by the City of Racine and the course is operated by Green Golf Partners. More information about the course is available at or by calling 681-9714.

Lighthouse Lawn

The south lawn of the Wind Point lighthouse is set along Lake Michigan and is an amazing location for hosting ceremonies, picnics or other events. Click here for more information about renting the south lawn.

Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP)

The Village of Wind Point adopted the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP) on June 14, 2018.  The plan provides an inventory of existing outdoor recreation amenities in the Village and to identify opportunities and strategies for future improvements. The resulting plan follows a format prescribed by the Wisconsin DNR for CORPs. By having a CORP, the Village will become eligible for certain grant programs to help fund projects. The plan provides a list of recommendations that may be considered by the Village Board at a future time, but the Village will not be required to implement any of the recommendations. Many of the plan’s recommendations involve enhancements to the Wind Point Lighthouse grounds and the addition of multi-use pathways in the Village. Click here to view the adopted plan.