Waukesha County offers upscale suburban living at its finest. With Milwaukee easily within reach, residents and visitors of Waukesha County can access large-city amenities and still quickly return home at the end of the day.
A jet charter airport in Waukesha County gives you access to over a dozen towns, each with their own charms and amenities. The largest community, Waukesha, is a thriving district with a long past. The first Native American residents would gather at the city center, named Five Points. Later, in the 1800’s, the natural spring water made Waukesha a resort town, with First Ladies and Presidents visiting.
Northwestern Waukesha County is dotted by dozens of lakes, the largest being Pewaukee Lake. The lake is full of largemouth bass, bluegill and perch. The most determined anglers will enjoy trying to catch the elusive musky fish. The official state fish, musky challenges even experienced fishermen with its ability to elude active lines.
Those who enjoy activities on solid land will be blown away by the tranquility and challenging terrain of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. If visitors need a break from hiking and biking through the forest, they can wander through the Vernon Marsh Wildlife Area, a 4,500 acre wetland area.
Visitors don’t need to stick to one area of the county to have access to parks, recreation areas, and fun. With over 2,000 parks there is always a green space close by. Golfers will also enjoy a visit to Waukesha County; the area boasts more than two dozen courses.