Home of Wingspread and the Wind Point Lighthouse, the Village of Wind Point, Wisconsin is a peaceful residential community located in northeast Racine County, along the shores of Lake Michigan. The Village is bordered by Highway G in the Village of Caledonia on the west, Four Mile Rd. and Lake Michigan on the north and east, and Three Mile Rd. on the south.
215 E. Four Mile Rd., Racine, WI 53402
Milwaukee, Mitchell Airport (MKE) - 21 Miles
Chicago, O'Hare Airport (ORD) - 68 Miles
Chicago, Midway Airport - 97 Miles
Sturtevant, Amtrak Train Station - 12 Miles
Prairie School – opened in 1965 and considered one of the finest private, independent, college preparatory day schools in the United States. Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired campus designed by internationally renowned architectural firm Taliesin Associates and constructed in various phases between 1965 and 2005.
Wind Point Lighthouse – one of the oldest and tallest still operating lighthouses on Lake Michigan.
Wingspread – a National Historic Landmark residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that is now the Johnson Foundation conference center.
Shoop Park Golf Course – a nine-hole course situated on the shores of picturesque Lake Michigan.