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Racine FLW Walk

Details

Host Club:
Dairyland Walkers
AVA Sanction #: 113517
Dates: August 17, 2019 - August 17, 2019
Start Location: North Beach Park Gazebo
Location: 100 Kewaunee St., Racine, WI N 42.73960 W 87.78233
Hours: Start 8 am to noon, finish by 3 pm.
Distance: 10K and 5 K
Rating: 1A The walk is suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
Special Programs: Bridges, City Parks, Little Free Libraries, Underground Railroad, walking America's Ports of Call, Walking the Path of Inventors, Walking the USA - R, and Walk Wisconsin Counties - Racine
Directions: From I-94 south of Milwaukee turn left at Hwy 20 and follow it for about 8 miles into Racine (Hwy 20 will also be called Washington and then 6th St as you drive into Racine). Turn left on Main St and follow it for 0.8 miles across the Root River. Turn right on Kewaunee and drive two blocks to the North Beach start point.
Parking: Ample parking is available at the park and along Michigan Blvd.
Description: The walk passes two Frank Lloyd Wright-designed structures with two others within a short drive. The walk passes through city parks and along the shores of Lake Michigan, then around the SC Johnson Administration Building and Research Tower. The final part of the route walks down historic Main Street and past unique one-of-a-kind art pieces which are auctioned off at the end of the summer.
Awards & Fees: There will be no pre-registration or award for this walk. Credit Only: $3.00 Youth/Adult Non-Credit: $2.00
Pets: Pets are permitted on leash.
Amenities: Restrooms and water are available at the start point and along the route.
Contact: Don Suloff, Middleton, WI  53562, (608) 821-0263, suloff@tds.net
Disclaimers: Madison Area Volkssport Association, the AVA, and starting point businesses are not liable for accidents, thefts, personal injury and/or material damage. All attempts will be made to create a safe and enjoyable event. Participants accept the guidelines of AVA Volkssport events and agree to observe the principles of good sportsmanship. Each participant is asked to sign a waiver from liability before the walk.