Other Amazing Places
Lime Kiln Park
This 28-acre community park includes 1 year-round facility, 1 open-air shelter, restroom facilities, 9-hole Frisbee golf course, sand volleyball courts, fishing and an archery range. Cedarberg Falls runs from Cedar Creek and drops 80 feet in a 2.5 mile stretch thru the Cedarburg area.
Downtown Cedarburg is like a modern day Mayberry. It’s a small, tight knit community set on Cedar Creek just north of Milwaukee. Downtown there are beautiful, historic cream city buildings occupied by cute, unique shops and restaurants. While downtown is relatively small, there is a lot to see. There are two waterfalls on Cedar Creek that you can view from parks, the River Walk or bridges. One the north end of downtown is the Cedar Creek Settlement that has many shops and the Cedar Creek Winery. The south end of downtown is marked by the beautiful and historic St. Francis Borgia Church. Cedarburg is home to many festivals like Strawberry Fest, Winter Fest, and Wine and Harvest Festival. For more information, visit www.cedarburg.org.
Port Washington’s Marina
Port Washington’s marina and downtown is a true jewel of Ozaukee County. Sitting on the shore and bluffs of Lake Michigan, this adorable town has a lot to offer residents and visitors. Just driving through Port Washington gives the most beautiful views of the lake and the marina. Downtown Port Washington has unique restaurants, shops, bars and museums that could keep one occupied all day. Port Washington is home to Pirate Festival on the marina and Fish Day, the world’s largest outdoor fish fry. For more information visit: www.visitportwashington.com.