Things to Do Around Waukesha

Around Waukesha LogoLike many residents around Waukesha County, I often find myself searching for things to do; both on weekdays after work, as well as on the weekends.  After all, with 35 cities, towns, and villages that include Big Bend, Brookfield, Butler, Chenequa, Colgate, Delafield, Dousman, Eagle, Elm Grove, Genesee, Genessee Depot, Hartland, Lac La Belle, Lannon, Lisbon, Menomonee Falls, Mapleton, Merton, Monches, Montery, Mukwonago, Muskego, Nashotah, New Berlin, North Lake, North Prairie, Oconomowoc, Okauchee Lake, Ottawa, Pewaukee, Stone Bank, Summit, Sussex, Vernon, and Wales, Waukesha County is rich in versatility and options for couples and families.  Nevertheless, thus far I have been unable to find a single source that offers information concerning the various things to do around Waukesha.  To that end I have decided to take the initiative to research and compile listings on this website for as many various activities that are happening around Waukesha, whether it’s spring, summer, fall,  or winter.  Clearly this is an enormous undertaking that is going to take time and a lot of input from you, Waukesha County residents.

We all know that Wisconsin summers are the liveliest, and Waukesha is no exception to that rule. With approximately 63 lakes in Waukesha County there are plenty of places for swimming, water skiing, boating, and fishing.   Further, with 9 county parks, and 28 city parks, there are numerous resources available if you want to do some walking, biking, hiking, camping, or skateboarding.  And of course we cannot forget all of the community fairs and festivals.  The summer season offers more things to do than we have the time to do them, so it may be a good idea to plan specific annual trips so you can explore all of the opportunities that are happening around Waukesha throughout the summer.
In addition to recreational activities, Waukesha County boasts numerous local community events such as farmers markets, flea markets, swap meets, car shows, pet shows, and much, much more.  Further, there are many causes and sports activities that are very enjoyable and constructive.

Thank you for visiting Around Waukesha. I thank everyone in advance for your patience and support during the development of what I anticipate will be a very beneficial resource for everyone in the community.

Thank you.

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