Bristol Woods Park

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Bristol Woods Park is the most natural of all the Kenosha County Parks. This 200-acre park boasts 4.28 miles of hiking trails and is home to the weekly concert series Bristol Woodstock. Every Wednesday over the summer, park visitors can enjoy free concerts from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. right in front of Pringle Nature Center. The 2024 Bristol Woodstock dates are June 12 through August 14, 2024.

Boundless Adventures

Boundless Adventures, a new aerial adventure park within Bristol Woods Park, is now open. This is a partnership between Kenosha County Parks and Boundless Adventures. They are a New York-based company that operates similar high-ropes courses in Purchase, N.Y. and Berlin, Mass.

Boundless Adventures offers the region a destination for families, friends, and teams of all ages and skill levels to challenge their boundaries.

View more information about Boundless Adventures’ existing parks, including photos and frequently asked questions.

Pringle Nature Center

Pringle Nature Center is a regional resource where people of all ages can experience nature, environmental education, conservation and stewardship and in doing so, be inspired to become responsible stewards of the environment. Pringle Nature Center does this by: "Putting People in Touch with Nature."

The nature center is staffed by a full-time Naturalist and part-time Environmental Educator, with help from interns and volunteers who are dedicated to making this natural resource available to the public. 

To learn more about the history of the Pringle Nature Center, view the slideshow titled Putting People in Touch with Nature since 1998.


  • BBQ Grills
  • Hiking Trails
  • Nature Center
  • Picnic Tables
  • Playground
  • Public Restrooms
  • Shelter