Why choose Port Washington as your destination?  It’s called Location, Location, Location……………

Along the western shoreline of Lake Michigan with easy access to Interstate 43

Half an hour north of Milwaukee; half an hour south of Kohler/Sheboygan; half an hour east of West Bend

Friendly, picturesque, small town atmosphere beloved by natives and visitors alike

Known for its tradition of charter fishing and annual Fish Day Festival (3rd Saturday of July each year)

Lake Michigan views that will satisfy the artist, the photographer, and the dreamer in you

Celebrating its maritime heritage with festivals that bring tall ships into port

Midway between the northern and southern expanses of the Interurban Bike Trail

A great community for walking, including staircases that take you up and down the hills of the historic downtown

Locally owned restaurants (smoke free)

Vines to Cellar offering wine tastings and supplies for making wine

The Chocolate Chisel offering decadent chocolates created in their shop

Weekly concerts at the old band shell in Lower Lake Park

A new staircase leading down to the beach from Upper Lake Park

Saturday morning farmer’s market in season

Ozaukee County chose Port Washington as the county seat; from Port Washington Inn, we view the restored Ozaukee County Courthouse clock tower as we view Lake Michigan.  The original county courthouse is on the historic registry.