Bradford Beach is Milwaukee’s most popular beach and is voted one of the top ten urban beaches by USA Today readers. The spacious sand beach has a bathhouse, beach volleyball, food and refreshments for purchase, and even beach wheelchairs that can be checked out. Bradford Beach has a concrete
South Shore Park Beach is a beautiful sandy beach the near south side of the city. The beach has sand volleyball courts, a playground, and a restroom facility. A portion of the Oak Leaf Trail runs through the park.
Lakeshore State Park is a 22-acre park on the shores of Lake Michigan. Located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, the Park is an urban oasis with a small beach and accessible paved trails that connect with Milwaukee’s other lakefront parks and the Hank Aaron State Trail. The Park’s lagoon is
Hop aboard Milwaukee Boat Line for a 90-minute narrated sightseeing cruise on Milwaukee’s rivers, harbors and Lake Michigan. Learn about Milwaukee’s past and present while enjoying spectacular views of the city’s skyline and architecture. Snacks and beverages are available for purpose
Lakefront Brewery began in 1987 and continues producing innovative ales and lagers to this day. Lakefront touts many U.S. brewing industry firsts, including the first beer made from 100% in-state grown ingredients, the first certified organic brewery, and the first government-certified gluten