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!
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
Grant Park is located along Lake Michigan and features a sand beach, miles of wooded hiking trails, a scenic waterfall, sports courts and a golf course. The Seven Bridges Trail is a two-mile trail running through the park, with much of the trail offering water views. There are a total of ten
Veterans Park has a long lagoon with paddle boat, kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals, as well as the Oak Leaf Trail for biking and walking. The Park has a large open, grassy area perfect for flying kites, and there is even a kite store located on the premises
Milwaukee Duffy boats are perfect for all ages and groups from two up to twelve people. These electric-powered boats are “as easy to drive as a golf cart”. Book a 90-minute up to 2.5-hour tour, depending how much time you want to allow for stops along the way. They even have coolers available
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