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124 East Wisconsin Avenue, Oconomowoc, WI 53066

Stand Up Paddleboard sales, classes and yoga.

255 Mulberry Dr. Delafield WI

Bostrom Park is a 5.9 acre community park containing open space, a biking and walking trail, picnic facilities, playground equipment, and a tennis court.

Bugline Trail Lannon WI 53046

The Bugline bike trail owes its existence to the quarries near Lannon. Trains once hauled famed Lannon Stone from the deep limestone pits which still operate today. A look down into the quarries from the trail is an impressive sight.

300 Johns St. Delafield WI

Cedar Valley Park is a small 1 acre playlot. It contains open space, picnic facilities and playground equipment.

600 North Cushing Park Road Delafield WI

Cushing Memorial Park is an 8.8 acre community park. It contains open space, walking and hiking traails, a civil war memorial, picnic facilities, a soccer field, and fishing areas. This park is the location of FORT CUSHING PLAYGROUND, an expansive and very popular play structure. Historical war monuments are a must see in this park that is an excellent picnic location. This park provides connections to the Veteran’s Memorial River walk, the Lake Country Bike trail, and the new Cushing Park Road bike trail.

Ramus Road Nashotah WI 53058

The shelter can be reserved by completing the application found in the application section of this web site.  The non-refundable reservation fee is $50.

Sports equipment (volleyball, soccer ball, basketball, horse shoes) is available for use at no charge when reserving the shelter with a refundable $50 deposit.

Nashotah WI

Shelter available. The shelter can be reserved by completing an application on the Village of Nashotah website. The non-refundable reservation fee is $50.

Sports equipment (volleyball, soccer ball, basketball, horse shoes) is available for use at no charge when reserving the shelter with a refundable $50 deposit.

Hwy J & Es Mukwonago WI 53149

Explore this huge barn, surrounded by fields and orchards of fresh fruit and vegetables, discovering the ultimate in farm market culinary and unique gifts. Open daily.

Henneberry Dr. WI 53150

The Engel Conservation Area is a 153-acre site owned and managed by the City of Muskego for open space preservation, wildlife habitat, and outdoor education. Visit the Engel Conservation Area website to discover more about the City’s largest conservation site.

1100 Main St. Delafield WI

Fireman’s Park is a 7.5 acre community park. This park offers open space, playground equipment, baseball and softball facilities, restrooms, basketball court, and off street parking. This park houses some of the most popular play equipment in the city.

2925 N. Barker Rd. Brookfield WI

Well known for its swimming beach located around a man made lake. Families can enjoy a day of swimming, pedal boating or scuba diving. Year around, walkers can enjoy the paved trail that curves around the lake.

143 E. North St. Waukesha WI 53188

Offering bicycles and accessories, sales and service, repair and a whole array of adult bicycles and special needs bicycles.

Po Box 453 Pewaukee WI 53072

Good Time Rentals rents personal watercraft and luxury pontoon boats on several lakes in Waukesha County.

101 E Forest St Oconomowoc WI 53066

With 16,000 square feet of total play area, imagination station is a regional destination which provides hours of play, fun and experiences for children of all abilities.

MAKING THE UNIMAGINABLE POSSIBLE…for some children, delighting in the joys of a conventional playground is unimaginable. When a child uses a wheelchair or has difficulty in walking, climbing a vertical ladder to experience thrill of a slide or traversing gravel on the way to conquering the monkey bars, makes these seemingly simple childhood freedoms unreachable. Imagination Station playground removes these obstacles.
 
INNOVATIVE FEATURES…rubberized surfacing, recycled plastic composite ramping, therapeutic swings and swinging deck, multi-sensory activity structures, musical and educational components, one entrance/exit safety, and more!
N. Main Street Oconomowoc WI 53066
262-567-6013262-567-6013
S91 W39091 Hwy 59 Eagle WI 53119

Hiking and biking trails abound with an opportunity to learn about the formation of the Kettle Moraine and its wildlife.  More than 20,000 acres of glacial hills, kettles, lakes, prairie restoration sites, pine woods and hardwood forests can be found in the Southern Unit, making this a popular area for a wide variety of visitors. The 3,500-acre Scuppernong River Habitat Area is the largest wet prairie east of the Mississippi River.

S100 W14020 Loomis Rd. Muskego WI 53150

Public Golf Course

Golf Memberships

Golf Outings

Pro Shop

Banquet Facilities for Weddings, Businesses, Anniversaries, Etc.

651 Wi-83 Delafield WI 53018

This park has access to Lake Nagawicka, which is used for swimming, fishing, sailing, waterskiing, boating and canoeing. Hikers can take a footpath through the park, and the more adventurous can start a trek on the Ice Age Trail, which runs through the park.

The park has 5 reserved group sites and 33 family sites available for overnight camping.  Five picnic shelters are available with restrooms, grill, and sand volleyball located throughout the park. The park hosts playground equipment for tots. The park is open for sledding and cross-country skiing in the winter. For more information, contact Waukesha County Park at 262-548-7801.


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East of Delafield, exit I-94 at Hwy. 83. Continue 1/2 mile north on Hwy. 83. Turn east on Golf Rd. and go to Cty. E. Turn north on E and travel 1/2 mile to the entrance.

Veterans Park, Hwy 59 North Prairie WI 53153

September 17-19, 2010

Food and drink, live music, mechanical and inflatable rides, vendors and crafts, silent auction, contests and tournaments, fireworks and parade.

S14w28167 Madison St. Waukesha WI 53188

At Waukesha County’s Retzer Nature Center education is the key”. Retzer is dedicated to providing hands-on outdoor / environmental educational opportunities for school groups, families and adults through public and private programs. Retzer Nature Center strives to create awareness and appreciation of the environment in all patrons and visitors.

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