The Lake Michigan shoreline south of Milwaukee before the state line with Illinois is home to two major Wisconsin cities: Kenosha and Racine, respectively the fourth and fifth-largest cities in the state. Fun fact, Kenosha is one of the smallest cities in the U.S. to have its own streetcar system. Then there`s Racine, well-known for its public beach, one of the most popular on Lake Michigan, and for historic Wind Point Lighthouse, one of the oldest active lighthouses on the Great Lakes.
This self-drive, independent vacation package will introduce you to Illinois and Wisconsin. Visit Chicago, on Lake Michigan in also called `The wind city ‘and it will blow you away with its steely skyscrapers, museums and rocking festivals, then, drive to Illinois State Beach and Lake Michigan Shore South (sprawling waterfront of activity and beauty, Traveling the towns throughout the Shore you will find shopping destinations, to world-class golf courses, to family-friendly attractions and casinos). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
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