5 Ways Renters in Pewaukee Enjoy the Summers< Back to blog
Warm weather is here! To celebrate, it’s time to make the most of the season and take advantage of the area’s many summer activities. From spending afternoons on the lake to checking out one of the many fantastic restaurants, there is plenty for renters to do in the Pewaukee area.
Here are a few things that should be on your summer bucket list:
Explore Pewaukee Lake
Cool off this summer with days spent on the calm waters of Pewaukee Lake. Spread across 2,437 acres, residents can enjoy a myriad of fun activities in this scenic location. From fishing to boating, there is plenty to do. If you’re feeling adventurous, sign up for a stand-up paddleboard yoga class with Koha Yoga. This fun and scenic way to work out will have you feeling the burn and enjoying a memorable time on the water. For those who love to fish, link up with Mike’s Extreme Guide Service. Mike will take you out on the water and help you catch Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, and Walleye.
Spend Days at Frame Park
Get your fill of lush greenery and sunshine at nearby Frame Park. It’s home to everything from water sports to baseball fields to expansive gardens. Enjoy strolls along the walkways or bring your bike to conquer the trails. The formal gardens date back to 1928 and boast 18 annual flower beds, six perennial areas and rose beds, and thousands of flowering plants.
Dine Al Fresco
The Pewaukee area is home to a wide variety of fantastic restaurants, many of which feature scenic outdoor dining. Spend your next happy hour at Twisted Vine Wine Shop. This local establishment is home to a delightful variety of pours from Portugal, France, Spain, and Sonoma. Pair your vino with a charcuterie or cheese board and gourmet cured olives.
To learn more about life in Pewaukee, contact the Wimmer team today. We would be happy to arrange a tour at Oakton Beach Apartments, a stunning community of one- and two-bedroom floor plans nestled on the south shore of Pewaukee Lake.
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