Milwaukee By Bike offers bike rentals and guided bike tours of Milwaukee. Choose from a City Skyline Bike Tour or Milwaukee Beerline Bike Tour, each lasting about two hours. Bikes can be rented for as little as four hours or as long as a week!
Lake Park offers winding wooded paths with trickling water, beautiful bridges, great views of Lake Michigan and the North Point Lighthouse. A portion of the Oak Leaf Trail runs through the park, and it is a prime bird-watching location. The park also has a playground, tennis, golf course, and ice
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center is a 185-acre nature preserve located on the shores of Lake Michigan. The property has six miles of hiking trails that wind through forests, ponds, prairies, and shorelines. Some trails are accessible. If you’re up for it, climb the 60-foot observation tower for
Brew City Kayak offers kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals. They even have a Mega SUP that fits up to eight people! Explore the Milwaukee River at your own pace or join a one-and-a-half to two-hour guided kayak tour. Brew City Kayak operates their Best of Milwaukee and City Skyline Tour daily
Milwaukee Paddle Tavern is a pedal-powered party boat that can hold up to 14 people. Book seats on a public tour or book the whole boat for a private tour. Trips are one hour and 45 minutes long. Bring your own beverages and snacks, and they’ll provide the coolers and ice
Wheel Fun Rentals has you covered for all your bike rental needs. Located in Veterans Park, Wheel Fun Rentals has single, double, and triple Surreys, sporty Deuce Coupes, Turbo bikes, and traditional two-wheelers. They also rent Swan Boats for use in the lagoon. The Swan Boats can seat up to five