Fun Things To Do In Port Washington, WI

There are always things to do in Port Washington, WI. 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. Looking for fun things to do in Port Washington, WI? 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. Port Washington Yacht Club is active during the summer and friendly to help fellow boaters.


Living in a Recreational Playground

WATER

  • Port Washington Marina - boating, fishing & diving charters available.
  • Port Washington Yacht Club - Social club, cruising trips, fishing tournaments

WORKOUT

  • Ozaukee Interurban Trail - 30 mile paved trail that spans the length of Ozaukee County
  • Riveredge Nature Center, Newburg - Hiking, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing & a rich array of programs for adults and kids

WIND DOWN

  • Coal Dock Park - scenic views, habitat area, wildlife, sculpture area, children’s garden, & floating boat docks.
  • Upper Lake Park - best views of Lake Michigan, hosts the annual Fish Day Celebration, 5K races, car shows, & community events.
  • Veteran’s Memorial Park -gathering for community events at the bandshell, including a summer movie series.
  • Possibility Playground - ADA accessible playground with a replica of the city’s lighthouse.
  • Kiwanis Pavilion (north of marina)
  • Rotary Park -scenic park on the lakefront, Commercial Fisherman’s Memorial.
  • Lion’s Den Gorge Nature Preserve - one of the last stretches of undeveloped bluff land along Lake Michigan shoreline.
  • Forest Beach Migratory Preserve - hosts a “patchwork quilt” of habitats that support migratory birds, reptiles & mammals of all kinds.
  • Sauk Creek Nature Preserve - 27-acre natural area in Port Washington.