Kenosha County Veteran's Memorial (KCVM) Park is a relatively new park in the Kenosha County Parks system nestled in between Lake Geneva and Wilmot, Wisconsin. The County's website says, "Kenosha County Veteran's Memorial Park,
^This picture above of KCVM Park's Freedom Lake, the jewel ofthe park, displays the fantastic job the County has done already in delivering on a beautiful park prime for outdoor recreation. The lake is a paddling paradise. Kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddle boards are the perfect tools to enjoy the lake. Also, as a designated non-motorized lake it is quiet and the water is often calm and clear in the deep cold lake surrounded by green prairie hills and woodlands.
^A nice grassy beach area complements the southern shore's parking areas, and also offers a good launch zone for non-motorized boats and stand-up paddle boards.
^Paddle the shoreline listening to the birds in a kayak or canoe.
^Bring the whole family! A sun shade for the kids and a leash for the dog made for a comfortable day for this whole family to be able to enjoy the park. This woman inflates her stand-up paddle board as her crew awaits the paddling fun.
^Stand-up paddling is the fastest growing sport in the outdoor recreation industry, and with a place like KCVM Park perfect for the sport it makes sense why so many are trying it out.
^Kayaks are another great way to enjoy the lake as well. Some hardcore fishermen will troll and cast from geared up fishing kayaks as many others simply enjoy a quiet paddle on the serene lake.
^In this picture above a woman cruises the shoreline on a stand-up paddle board with her young son dangling his toes in the water off the nose of the board.
^Even the youngest members of our families can enjoy the day watching everyone hike, swim, and paddle around KCVM Park Lake from a sun shade on the large grassy beachfront. KCVM Park is sustainability minded, dog friendly, kid approved, and poised to be a top-notch park in the Kenosha County Parks system for a variety of outdoor recreations including the paddler's paradise it is already.
For more information, maps, and directions from the Kenosha County Parks website, click here.