The Village and Town of Somers is on the northeastern-most side of Kenosha County. With plenty of room to grow, this lakefront community has easy access to the interstate and amenities to the north and south while enjoying less hustle and bustle. The community is home to the University of Wisconsin - Parkside and Petrifying Springs Park as well as the iconic Hob Nob supper club and so much more!
Housing options in Somers are very diverse. You will find traditional communal neighborhoods, beautiful lakefront living, subdivisions with large lots and convenient and comfortable multifamily housing options.
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Somers has a diverse set of housing options: suburban developments, condos/townhomes, lakefront property, country living and more. Explore all the opportunities and find the one that fits your lifestyle.
"Our family is glad to call Somers home because it is so near all the amenities of the rest of Kenosha but has a country feel with all the farms and parks nearby. It is also a great location as our children get older having three colleges so close. I lived here as a child and have many happy memories so I was very glad we were able to return to raise our children." - The Paul Family
Village/Town of Somers
Somers enjoys easy access to the interstate as well as a great location between Kenosha and the City of Racine - directly north. Just six miles north is a newly renovated station for the Amtrak Hiawatha line which many residents use to commute to Chicago or Milwaukee daily.
Public commuter train stations within 20 miles
Major International Airports within 100 miles
The Kenosha Regional Airport (ENW) is a 900+ acre facility that has been serving the needs of general and corporate aviation since it's construction in 1958. One of the busiest airports in Wisconsin, Kenosha Regional is also a designated reliever airport for corporate, freight, and general aviation activity for the Milwaukee/Chicago corridor.
Somers is adjacent to the City of Kenosha and very close to Pleasant Prairie and the City of Racine - all communities with full service hospitals and abundant healthcare amenities. Additionally, Somers has two medical clinics to serve the community.
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Immediate Care Clinic at the Somers Medical Office Building
Healthcare when you need it... no appointment necessary!
Treatment for minor problems such as: allergies, cough/cold, ear infections, fever, minor burns, sprains/strains, sore throat, minor lacerations, skin complaints/rashes. Treatment of chronic illnesses, including chronic pain management, will be referred to patient’s primary medical doctor. For medical emergencies, please go directly to the nearest hospital emergency department or call 911.
Wisconsin ranks fourth in healthcare quality, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ),
The AHRQ describes quality in terms of six priorities: patient safety, person-centered care, care coordination, effective treatment, healthy living, and care affordability. The report is based on more than 250 measures of quality and disparities covering a broad array of healthcare services and settings.