Wisconsin has numerous beaches on our inland lakes and Great Lakes Michigan and Superior. Most were in heavy use during last week’s heat wave, providing cooling to hoards of hot residents and visitors. Wisconsin is fortunate to have thousands of lakes and be bordered by two of the Great Lakes!
Four of the many beaches in Wisconsin were just named to the Travel Channel’s Top Ten Midwest Beaches list. Kohler-Andrae is pictured above.
- Bradford Beach, Milwaukee, on Lake Michigan. Bradford Beach is noted for volleyball courts, plenty of space and food carts along the lakefront. It is also home to the Polar Bear swim in January.
- Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan, on Lake Michigan. Kohler-Andrae is a great place to explore with its sand dunes, 1,000 acres of natural space and almost 140 campsites. (pictured above)
- North Beach, Racine, on Lake Michigan. North Beach in Racine is noted for its cleanliness, picturesque marina, Kid’s Cove playground, kayak rentals, concessions and live music. It is also on the best beaches for families list.
- Point Beach, Lake Michgian in Two Rivers offers six miles of shoreline, dunes and a lighthouse.
From small inland lake beaches, river sandbars, state park beaches and beaches bordering our two neighboring Great Lakes, there is a cool place for everyone to enjoy across all corners of Wisconsin. If you’d like to live in Wisconsin, please search firstweber.com and be sure to search for waterfront property for sale in Wisconsin! Thanks for reading the First Weber Wisconsin real estate & Wisconsin living blog. For more about living in Wisconsin, please see our Relocation section or the weekly community events section to see what kind of activities go on around Wisconsin.