The town of Racine, Wisconsin offers its residents all of the natural beauty that is afforded from being located along the goregous coast of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Root River. Racine is Wisconsin’s fifth-largest city with a population totaling just over 80,000 people. Its Danish historical roots are abundantly apparent in its local bakeries’ nationally recognized kringle. Additionally, it is a mere two miles from the University of Wisconsin—Parkside.
When commuting to neighboring cities, the majority of Racine residents opt to drive their cars. The City does provide mass-transit, Belle Urban Systems, for transport to local destinations that include: shopping malls, parks and community centers, as well as to theatres and museums. The almost ten miles of city-managed bike paths are another celebrated form of transportation and recreation in Racine. Additionally, the expansive outdoors provide for endless areas for residents to enjoy adventures in hiking and mountain biking.