At Lakepointe, time is on your side. Though Americans work more hours per day and more days per year than just about anyone else on the planet, we are finding ways to make the most of our time away from the workplace. Living in a recreational playground, surrounded by natural beauty and charm, feeds our spirit.
Need a run? Lace up you running shoes and hit the beach or the bike path. Need a ride? The bike path goes north into Sheboygan County and south all the way to Milwaukee. Upper Lake Park, Possibility Playground and the Beer Garden are just up the hill to the north of Lakepointe. On the way, you will pass the band shell and the Yacht Club. Expect weekend concerts on warm evenings. Port Washington is a music town. In fact, Port is soon to be home to the Blues Factory, a roots-music-themed restaurant, pub and concert venue celebrating Paramount Records and its Port Washington roots.
Be sure to take-in all the excitement at the Port Explorium, the Great Lakes museum on Franklin Street, and tour the historic lighthouse on the bluff. You may wish to join the Historical Society. It’s a block away on Franklin Street.
Port Washington is a festival town with great music and food. Enjoy Fish Day, the largest single-day fish fry on the planet. Pirate Fest is a treasure trove of mayhem and merriment. Plus the Paramount Blues Festival features a whole weekend of world-class blues and American Roots music centered on Coal Dock Park.