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Eat - Shop - Play

Visit portwashington.com shows you all the ways you can take full advantage of your stay. Our "eat" section has all of the different restaurant options available. From casual fare to upscale cuisine, you can't make a wrong choice! Our "shop" section also highlights all of our fun boutiques, specialty foods, and where to get your fishing and boating gear. There are so many different ways to play in and around Port Washington, that we made the "play" category easy for you to search out what kind of fun you want to have. You won't have to worry about missing anything we have to offer!

Play - Golf
Edgewater Golf Club
Edgewater is a mature course built in 1963 by Howard Atten,P.G.A. pro. This gem is open to the public with a relaxed private atmosphere. This 9 hole USGA regulation par 36, covers 3089 yards, including two par 5 holes, mushroom style greens, and tree lined fairways. Edgewater Golf Club offers a challenge for the experianced golfer, yet an opportunity for the beginner to advance. Edgewater Golf Club presents "The Bunkers" a full service bar & restaurant open year round offering a complete sandwich menu, salads, weekly specials and full service dinners .
1762 W. Cedar Creek Road
Grafton WI
262-377-1230 | Website | Map
1762 W. Cedar Creek Road, Grafton WI - 262-377-1230   Website  |  Map

Fire Ridge Golf Club
Fire Ridge is a public golf course with the conditions, amenities and customer service of a private country club. The course has received numerous awards, including being nominated Best New Public Course in 1995 by Golf Digest. Recently, awarded a 4-Star rating from Golf Digest Places to Play in 2000-2007. Flannery's at Fire Ridge is a traditional Irish Pub featuring a large oak bar, cozy booths, a warm stone fire place and plenty of Guinness on draft. Our patio over looks the golf course to the West where spectacular sunsets can be enjoyed daily.
2241 Highway W
Grafton WI
262-375-2252 | Website | Map
2241 Highway W, Grafton WI - 262-375-2252   Website  |  Map

Hawthorne Hills Park County Golf Course
Golf Digest has given Hawthorne Hills golf course a 4 Star rating and after you have played it you will understand why. It offers a variety of challenges; hills, gentle knolls with level terrain, trees, water, and sand to keep you thinking about your next shot.
To compliment the challenges, this 18 hole golf course is always kept in pristine condition with outstanding greens ensuring that all levels of golfers will have a challenging yet enjoyable round of golf. Play it once and you will be back.
4729 County Highway I
Saukville WI
262-692-2151 | Website | Map
4729 County Highway I, Saukville WI - 262-692-2151   Website  |  Map

Mee-Kwon County Park and Golf Course
Mee-Kwon Park is located on one of the highest elevations in Ozaukee County and is a magnificent 18 hole facility that continues to get rave reviews from its customers. Many golfers have said it is better than many private facilities they have belonged to or played at.
The course offers a variety of challenges; hills with gentle knolls, level terrain, trees, water, dog legs, and over 40 sand traps, which will keep you thinking about your next shot. To compliment the challenges the course is always kept in wonderful playing condition. Make a reservation. You will not be disappointed.
6333 W. Bonniwell Road
Mequon WI
262-242-1310 | Website | Map
6333 W. Bonniwell Road, Mequon WI - 262-242-1310   Website  |  Map

Tendick Nature Park - disc golf
Tendick Nature Park also has one of the only 18-hole disc golf courses in Ozaukee County! This 'top of the line' disc golf course has 36 tournament quality pro and standard concrete T-pads and PDGA certified disc golf baskets. The course is laid out through fields and woods, sure to test everyone's skill of the game.
3919 County Highway O
Saukville WI
262-284-8257 | Website | Map
3919 County Highway O, Saukville WI - 262-284-8257   Website  |  Map

The Bog Golf Course
Arnold Palmer Signature Course
Rated in the Top 10 Wisconsin golf courses by Golf Digest
Rated in the Top-10 Most Affordable Golf Courses by Golf Digest

The Bog is an 18-hole, Arnold Palmer designed championship golf course that blends beautifully into the scenic rolling hills and charm of the Wisconsin countryside. The splendor and challenges of The Bog offer golfers an unforgettable golf experience. We are very proud that The Bog continues to be rates as one of the best golf courses in Wisconsin.
3121 County Highway I
Saukville WI
262-284-7075 or | Website | Map
3121 County Highway I, Saukville WI - 262-284-7075 or   Website  |  Map

Play - History/Arts/Tours
1860 Lighthouse and Light Station Museum
The 1860 Light Station & Museum is at 311 Johnson Street in Port Washington atop St. Mary's Hill. It has been restored and serves as a museum depicting the life of a light keep family in the 19th century. Visitors tour the living quarters and the light tower that includes a spectacular view of Lake Michigan. The former generator room has additional museum exhibits that feature historic Port Washington artifacts. Museum season is from May through October with the hours: Fridays 12:00 - 4:00, Saturdays 11:00 - 4:00; Sundays 12:00 - 4:00. The Museum is open year round for group tours by appointment.
311 Johnson St.
Port Washington WI
262-284-7240 | Website | Map
311 Johnson St., Port Washington WI - 262-284-7240   Website  |  Map


Blue Awning Gallery
Finding its home in the former Shirley Schanen Gruen Studio, the Blue Awning Gallery sits on the northwest corner of Franklin and Washington Streets. The Gallery showcases a well curated mix of paintings, sculpture and finely crafted artisan products from Wisconsin and Regional artists. Limited Edition, Signed and Dated prints of painted scenes of Port Washington by Shirley Schanen Gruen are also available.
Summer Hours:
Wednesday 12 PM - 4 PM
Thursday 12 PM - 5 PM
Friday 12 PM - 7 PM
Saturday 11 AM - 4 PM
Sunday Varies
303 N Franklin Street
Port Washington, WI
262-536-4021 | Website | Map
303 N Franklin Street, Port Washington, WI - 262-536-4021   Website  |  Map

Cedarburg Cultural Center
The mission of the Cedarburg Cultural Center is to provide a gathering place to celebrate community, arts and local heritage. From special events, to concerts, to art shows, the Cultural Center offers a wide variety of ways to sample the arts.

W62 N546 Washington Avenue
Cedarburg, WI
262-375-3676 | Website | Map
W62 N546 Washington Avenue, Cedarburg, WI - 262-375-3676   Website  |  Map

Gallery 224
Gallery 224 is a beautiful gallery overlooking the Port Washington marina.
Its purpose is to provide a space where emerging artists and art students can show
their work alongside established artists. Exhibitions are curated in a way that teach
and inform the viewer, while inspiring and challenging them.
224 East Main Street
Port Washington, WI
Website | Map
224 East Main Street, Port Washington, WI   Website  |  Map

Judge Eghart House
The Judge Eghart House is a restored 1872 Victorian home built by Louis Teed. A living example of family life in late-19th century Port Washington. Volunteer guided tours include a remarkable collection of Victorian furnishings and household items donated by Port Washington area families and friends. Open Saturdays 1-4, Memorial Day to Labor Day. Adults $3, Children $1, Families $5. Members Free.
302 W. Grand Avenue
Port Washington, WI
262-284-2584 | Website | Map
302 W. Grand Avenue, Port Washington, WI - 262-284-2584   Website  |  Map

Luxembourg American Cultural Center
The Luxembourg American Cultural Center’s Roots and Leaves Museum is the showpiece of the Cultural Center. The Museum is housed in the rebuilt Mamer-Hansen Luxembourgian stone barn originally built in 1872 by Jacob Mamer, an immigrant from Septfontaines, Luxembourg. Mamer immigrated to Ozaukee County, Wisconsin in 1854. The Roots and Leaves Museum tells the story of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, past and present, as well as the impact of Luxembourg immigrants and their descendants on life in the United States.
100 Peter Thein Ave.
Belgium WI
262-476-5086 | Website | Map
100 Peter Thein Ave., Belgium WI - 262-476-5086   Website  |  Map

Ozaukee County Pioneer Village
Ozaukee County Pioneer Village is a collection of unique historic buildings At present, there are twenty four building and structures open to the public for individual tours, elementary school tours, group and organization sponsored activities, and special events. Some of the special events include an Antique Power Reunion Tractor and Machinery Show, and Bluegrass at the Village, and the Revolutionary War Encampment and Re-enactment! Visitors step back into time as they visit this unique rural village nestled amidst the rolling Hawthorne Hills.
4800 County Highway I
Saukville WI
262-377-4150 | Website | Map
4800 County Highway I, Saukville WI - 262-377-4150   Website  |  Map

Port Washington Historical Society Resource Center
The Port Washington Historical Society maintains extensive photo and document archives of the history of Port Washington. They can provide research assistance, as well as a good home for historic photos, artifacts and documents you may want to donate.
205 N. Franklin St.
Port Washington WI
262-268-9734 | Website | Map
205 N. Franklin St., Port Washington WI - 262-268-9734   Website  |  Map

Shirley Gruen Studio & Gallery
The famous church on the hill, the sailboat on the lake, the seagulls, the marina, the charming old buildings and seven hills of picturesque Port Washington, Wisconsin, are captured in the many limited edition prints, original paintings, notes and postcards by Port Washington artist Shirley Schanen Gruen,The Gallery features paintings and limited edition prints of Port Washington and many other landscapes, seascapes, portraits, interiors and still-life by this nationally known artist.
303 N. Franklin St.
Port Washington WI
262-284-2273 | Website | Map
303 N. Franklin St., Port Washington WI - 262-284-2273   Website  |  Map

The Port Exploreum
The Port Exploreum is a unique, highly interactive, museum that houses a local history, maritime, and family museum all in the same building. Visitors learn about Port Washington's history, as well as how Lake Michigan has influenced the area over time. Visit the Port Exploreum to learn, experience, and have fun!
118 N. Franklin St.
Port Washington WI
262-284-2406 | Website | Map
118 N. Franklin St., Port Washington WI - 262-284-2406   Website  |  Map

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts
The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts, located just east of historic downtown Cedarburg, Wisconsin, is dedicated to educating the public about the artistic, cultural, historic and social importance of quilts and fibers arts. We also seek to increase the awareness of historic structure preservation. Exhibits, classes, lectures, and special events.
N50 W5050 Portland Rd.
Cedarburg WI
262-546-0300 | Website | Map
N50 W5050 Portland Rd., Cedarburg WI - 262-546-0300   Website  |  Map

Play - Night Life

Memories Ballroom
Memories is “Your Live Entertainment Destination,” boasting a variety of activities, from dinner theater; its famous “Chicken Comedy” nights featuring nationally-renown stand-up comedians; and psychic fairs; to ballroom dances and dance lessons. Its dazzling 2500 square foot solid maple dance floor, rustic tamarack log ceiling and twin stone fireplaces also make it an enchanting hall for weddings, holiday parties, fund-raisers, meetings and reunions. Memories offers a combination of exquisite charm and bona-fide elegance you will find nowhere else.
1077 Lake Dr.
Port Washington WI
262-284-6850 | Website | Map
1077 Lake Dr., Port Washington WI - 262-284-6850   Website  |  Map

Pier 6
329 N. Franklin St.
Port Washington WI
(262) 284-5574 | Map
329 N. Franklin St., Port Washington WI - (262) 284-5574   Map

Rascals
We’d love for you to find a new home at Rascal’s in Port Washington. We try to offer something for everyone here; whether it’s watching your favorite sports team on our 75” 4k HDTV, or visiting with friends over a cheesy Lotsa Motza pizza. We’ve got all the ‘necessities’ like pulltabs, shake of the day, pool and darts, and specials like happy hours M-F from 3-6pm And don’t forget to spin the wheel during Packer and Badger games.
201 W. Grand Ave.
Port Washington WI
414- 736-4503. | Website | Map
201 W. Grand Ave., Port Washington WI - 414- 736-4503.   Website  |  Map


Schooner Pub
Located downtown Port Washington with an upper bar and deck overlooking the marina and Lake Michigan. Daily Drink Specials with a large selection of specialty beers. Great pub lunches and homemade soups!
114 N. Franklin St.
Port Washington WI
262-284-2258 | Website | Map
114 N. Franklin St., Port Washington WI - 262-284-2258   Website  |  Map


Sir James Pub
Located in beautiful, historic downtown Port Washington, Sir James Pub is a haven of craft and import beer. With a rotating selection of over 800 bottles and 18 drafts, we have the largest beer selection in Wisconsin, and there's always something new to try. An extremely knowledgeable staff loves beer as much as you do, and we focus on a grand collection of unique rare, and out of the box brews. We offer weekly tastings on Thursdays at 7:30 PM and Saturdays at 3:30 PM, and monthly events with featured breweries.
Not a beer lover? We offer over 80 varieties of Whiskey's Bourbon's, and Scotch's, as well as unique and odd offerings of vodka, gin, rum, tequila, and an array of craft cocktails.
Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday 1 PM - Close
Friday & Saturday 12 PM - Close
Sunday 11 AM - Close
Monday 6 PM - Close
316 N. Franklin St.
Port Washington WI
(262) 284-6856 | Website | Map
316 N. Franklin St., Port Washington WI - (262) 284-6856   Website  |  Map

Play - Outdoor Recreation
Lion's Den Gorge
Lion's Den Gorge Nature Preserve represents one of the last stretches of undeveloped bluff land along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
This park offers tremendous views. Stroll across bridges over the gorge or down the gorge stairways to walk along the Lake Michigan shoreline. It is also part of the Great Wisconsin Birding Trail.

511 High Bluff Dr.
Grafton WI
Website | Map
511 High Bluff Dr., Grafton WI   Website  |  Map

North Beach
North Beach, located north of the breakwall and at the foot of Upper Lake Park bluffs, is a wonderful expanse of sand for swimming, picnicking, or walking. A staircase from Upper Lake Park leads down the bluff to the beach. Other acces from Lower Lake Park.
500 N. Lake Street
Port Washington, WI
262-284-5881 | Map
500 N. Lake Street, Port Washington, WI - 262-284-5881   Map


Ozaukee Bike Routes
The Ozaukee Bike Routes website offers turn-by-turn directions for a variety of planned bicycling routes in Ozaukee County. Each route includes information on scenic views, historic villages, rest stops, parks and preserves and other points of interest.
The route descriptions, which can be downloaded free of charge, provide the length of each route and level of difficulty. They also give cyclists turn-by-turn instructions to follow through the countryside. The routes are carefully designed to avoid pitfalls such as dead-end roads and to lead riders to bike-friendly river and expressway crossings.


Ozaukee Interurban Recreation Trail
The route of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail is based on the Interurban railway that connected Ozaukee County to the City of Milwaukee and Sheboygan. Today, the Trail is a 30-mile paved trail that spans the entire length of Ozaukee County. The majority of the Trail is off-road and perfect for family enjoyment. The trail is intended for year round uses, such as biking, in-line skating, walking, running and cross-country skiing. Motorized vehicles including snowmobiles, and horses are not allowed on the trail. Use of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail is free for everyone.

1-800-403-9898 | Website
 - 1-800-403-9898Website

Ozaukee Mountain Bikers Club
Ozaukee County Mountain Bikers Club (OCMB) is a non-profit organization dedicated to building, maintaining, and riding mountain bike trails in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.

As volunteers, we have built the first legal mountain biking trails in the county at Pleasant Valley Park in Cedarburg. We are currently finishing up our second trail which is located in Port Washington, behind Upper Lake Park.

Our primary goal is to make the sport we love more accessible to the men, women, and children of our area, and to do so in a fun, safe, and sustainable manner. While we are a “club”, we have no requirements for membership and encourage everyone to attend our meetings, group rides, and/or help out at our trail maintenance events!


1788 Audubon Ave
Grafton, WI
920-655-1417 | Website | Map
1788 Audubon Ave, Grafton, WI - 920-655-1417   Website  |  Map

Pirates Hollow Waterpark
Pirates Hollow Community Waterpark is a fun community pool with all of the extras - zero depth at the shallow end, slides, fountains, spray toys, picnic areas and more.
201 N. Webster Street
Port Washington WI
262-284-7679 | Website | Map
201 N. Webster Street, Port Washington WI - 262-284-7679   Website  |  Map

Possibility Playground
Possibility Playground is a new kind of playground; one where children of all abilities are able to play together. It was built with children of all types of physical abilities in mind, and has been used by thousands of children and parents to blend the line between learning, therapy and playtime. Countless opportunities to learn and play fill an area the size of a football field. Here, children can play side by side on specially built monkey bars, drum on a musical alligator, and run across bridges- all without worrying about issues of balance or mobility.
510 N. Lake Street
Port Washington WI
Website | Map
510 N. Lake Street, Port Washington WI   Website  |  Map

Riveredge Nature Center
As a visitor to Riveredge you will find a diverse and beautiful landscape to wander on foot, on skis or snowshoes. Our 370-acre sanctuary has ten miles of trails around ponds and fens, through woodlands and prairies, and along the Milwaukee River.
Our goal is to build a self-discovered awareness that we are part of nature, and to empower people to act on that knowledge. We aim to help others to live well on this earth.
4458 W. Hawthorne Drive
Saukville WI
262-675-6888 | Website | Map
4458 W. Hawthorne Drive, Saukville WI - 262-675-6888   Website  |  Map

Sheboygan Youth Sailing Club
Haven't you always wanted to learn to sail? Our sailing program designed for boys and girls (ages 8-15) and adults (16 and older). In addition to on-the-water sailing instruction, students learn boating / safety skills, seamanship skills, perform land drills, and play team-building games. Classes are offered at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Special programs include adult basic sailing and classes for racing tactics on specific types of boats.
619 Broughton Dr.
Sheboygan WI
Website | Map
619 Broughton Dr., Sheboygan WI   Website  |  Map

South Beach
This newly opened stretch of beach south of the downtown is accessible swimmers, paddlers, hikers, and picnickers. A great place to watch a Lake Michigan sunrise! Follow Wisconsin Ave. south past the We Energies plant and turn left at the sign.
Port Washington, WI
262-284-5881
Port Washington, WI - 262-284-5881   


ZuZu Pedals LLC
Our passion is for bikes and a fit lifesyle.
"A groovy bike life defines fashion, fitness, inner-strength and a positive attitude for an active lifestyle."
Zu Zu bike rentals. Well maintained single speed bikes and tandem cruisers. Cycling & Yoga apparel & jewlery for women and men.
ZuZu Indoor Cycling and Yoga classes.

211 North Franklin St.
Port Washington WI
262-988-4099 | Website | Map
211 North Franklin St., Port Washington WI - 262-988-4099   Website  |  Map

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We invite you to visit Port Washington, and see for yourself all we have to offer.

Whether you are visiting, considering relocating, or are scouting out a potential business opportunity, we think you will find the community here supportive and welcoming - truly your home Port.

Whatever brings you to Port Washington, we know you will love our people, our amenities, our quality of life.


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We invite you to visit Port Washington, and see for yourself all we have to offer.

Whether you are visiting, considering relocating, or are scouting out a potential business opportunity, we think you will find the community here supportive and welcoming - truly your home Port.

Whatever brings you to Port Washington, we know you will love our people, our amenities, our quality of life.


Click here to get your Port Washington Visitor's Guide!
Click to view Interactive Visitor's Guide

We invite you to visit Port Washington, and see for yourself all we have to offer. Whether you are visiting, considering relocating, or are scouting out a potential business opportunity, we think you will find the community here supportive and welcoming - truly your home Port. Whatever brings you to Port Washington, we know you will love our people, our amenities, our quality of life.

Click here to get your Port Washington Visitor's Guide!
Click to view Interactive Visitor's Guide

We invite you to visit Port Washington, and see for yourself all we have to offer. Whether you are visiting, considering relocating, or are scouting out a potential business opportunity, we think you will find the community here supportive and welcoming - truly your home Port. Whatever brings you to Port Washington, we know you will love our people, our amenities, our quality of life.

Click here to get your Port Washington Visitor's Guide!
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