The natural beauty of the Milwaukee area and the entire state begins with our water. Because the state is bordered by two of the world's largest lakes on the north (Lake Superior) and east (Lake Michigan) and one of the world's largest rivers (Mississippi River), the outdoor recreation possibilities are truly endless. Weekends will be packed with outdoor adventures in our state parks and national forests.


The American Club in Kohler
Southeastern Wisconsin is a mecca for golfers. Tee off at Whistling Straits, make the turn at Erin Hills, and finish at Geneva National.
The American Club's Website


Hundreds of Inland Lakes
Many inland lakes are within a short drive of the city. Make sure to get your fishing license, take out a canoe or kayak, or sneak away to a cabin for the weekend.
Wisconsin DNR's lake page


Riveredge Nature Center
There are thousands of miles of trails throughout the state and four seasons to enjoy nature's beauty.
Riveredge's Website


Fantastic Fishing
Fishing is a way of life in Wisconsin, with sturgeon, walleye, lake trout, coho salmon and perch, you'll get to know plenty of our lovely waterways.
Wisconsin DNR's fishing page


Lake Michigan
Located on one of the largest lakes in the world, fishing, sailing and beautiful beaches will draw you back to the shore year-round.
Lake Michigan's Wikipedia Page


Skiing and snowboarding
No big surprise - snow sports are the best part of Wisconsin winters. Whether it is snowshoeing, snowmobiling, skating, sledding, skiing or snowboarding, it is all right here in our area.
Wisconsin Ski Resort's page