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The Lakeshore Chinooks are a summer league baseball team consisting of predominantly division one college players. Games are played at the nearby Kapco Park and are commonly attended by local baseball fans and residents.
Within the North Shore Cinema, guests can access 11 auditoriums which includes the UltraScreen DLX that is three stories tall and 70 feet wide. There is a standard concession stand as well as an on-site pizzeria cafe and cocktail lounge.
The site which now holds the Katherine Kearney Carpenter Park was first donated to the city in 1967. It is mostly a passive recreational park with a few easy walking trails that run through the wooded area.
The Hy & Richard Smith JCC Waterpark is open exclusively to members of the Mequon Jewish Community Center. It is open from the beginning of June through Labor Day and features a zero-entry splash pad, water activity island, climbing wall, and water basketball.
With 400 acres to explore, Mequon Nature Preserve is a wetland preserve with native plants and animals. There are several interlacing walking trails that take visitors through the woods and past an observation tower.
Located on 75 acres, Rotary Park features soccer and baseball fields, basketball courts and two fishing ponds. The park also offers children's playgrounds, paved walking paths, picnic areas, a fishing pier and restroom facilities.