By The Little Fox

Pewaukee is a charming community that makes a big splash with visitors and citizens lucky enough to call it home. Located just off I-94 and west of Milwaukee, this vital community has been successful in preserving the small-town feel and tranquility of the area, while encouraging growth and attracting new businesses. Dip into Pewaukee Lake – the heart of Pewaukee – for a wide variety of water sports, such as sailing, fishing, swimming and water skiing. Even if your definition of water-related activity is sipping cold drinks dockside or gazing at the lake while dining in one of Pewaukee’s fine or casual restaurants, you can’t help but have a good time on the lake.

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Escape to one of Pewaukee’s fine hotels for relaxation and fun. Plan your stay around one of many events being held throughout the year. A sampling of local events includes Taste of Lake Country, Halloween Fun Fest, Fire & Ice Winter Festival and many, many more. Ideally located only 15 miles west of the city of Milwaukee and less than one hours drive from Madison, Pewaukee is within minutes of the scenic splendor of the Kettle Moraine State Forest and linked to the interstate highway system. Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport is less than a 30 minute drive from Pewaukee.

Visit the Pewaukee Area Historical Society’s Clark House Museum in the Village of Pewaukee. Pictures and artifacts portray a way of life from the early 1900’s in the Village and the City. Visit the Pioneer Room where memorabilia of the CLARK family, the first white settlers is displayed.
From sunbathing on the beach to hunting for that unusual antique or special gift, Pewaukee has something for everyone. Come and experience it for yourself!

Positively Pewaukee

120 West Wisconsin Avenue, Pewaukee, WI 53072
Phone: (262) 695-9735 Email: [email protected] Fax: (262) 695-9735

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