Located in Kenosha County between Milwaukee and Chicago, Pleasant Prairie prides itself on offering its residents a balanced lifestyle. Ample retail, outdoor space, and warm, welcoming neighborhoods are the cornerstones of the community.
The Pleasant Prairie RecPlex is the largest municipal recreation facility in the country and offers year-round community services for health and wellness, entertainment, team sports, and fitness programs on the shores of Lake Andrea. Prairie Springs Park is home to a beach, swimming area, sports courts, picnic area, nature trails, and a 2.3-mile paved trail. Additional retreats include the Lake Michigan shoreline, the 400-acre Chiwaukee Prairie State Natural area, and the Des Plaines River floodplain.
The Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets is a popular outdoor shopping center made up of more than 90 retailers.
Pleasant Prairie housing styles include mansions on the Lake Michigan shoreline, retreats in secluded wooded areas, and homes nestled in quiet enclaves.
Metra’s Union Pacific North Line provides commuter service between Chicago and nearby Kenosha. Pleasant Prairie is a one-hour drive to Chicago via I-94 and a 45-minute drive to Milwaukee via I-41 and I-94.
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