Nestled in the heart of Port Washington’s historic downtown, shopping and restaurants are steps away. Cruise the harbor on foot or follow accessible pathways to beaches north and south of the village. Hike to Upper Lake Park and find the Children’s Playground or check out the view from the bluff. Visit the Historic Lighthouse perched on the bluff near Old St. Mary’s Church. Ozaukee County’s “border-to-border” bike path goes right through town.
Port Washington Fish Day marks one of the biggest events of the year. Held in July, it’s known as the “world’s largest one-day outdoor fish fry”. Enjoy the festivities to celebrate the rich world-class fishing and boating in Port.
There is a real sense of community and celebration in Port with exuberant seasonal festivals, parades, arts and entertainment within easy reach. Harbour Lights is the perfect location for viewing the 4th of July Fireworks show. In September, Port Washington Main Street Presents: Launch of a Lifetime to celebrate the anniversary of Coal Dock Park with the launch of 500 sky lanterns. Watch as the glowing lights fill the nighttime sky.
Take a weekly stroll down Main Street for fresh produce, plants, food, sundries, art, and a little summer entertainment at the Port Washington Farmers Market. Browse the boutique shops along Franklin Street, or check out Duluth Trading Company. Rent a bike from the local bike shop for a cruise along the Ozaukee Interurban Recreation Trail. Check out the Historical Society Museum.
If you’re a golf fan, the PGA Championship 2015 will be held at Whistling Straits, just a short drive to Kohler, WI.
Year-round shopping and activities are just outside your front door. Embrace the distinctive lifestyle you deserve.
Here are a few attractions within easy reach by bike or car:
Port Washington Fish Day marks one of the biggest events of the year. Held in July, it’s known as the “world’s largest one-day outdoor fish fry”. Enjoy the festivities to celebrate the rich world-class fishing and boating in Port. August Maritime Festival is Port Washington’s way of recognizing its rich maritime history every year in August, with majestic tall ships docked for touring over this three day event. Bike along the Ozaukee Interurban Recreation Trail or visit the Historical Society Museum.
For a list of local events: http://www.visitportwashington.com
A Harbour Lights condominium is a life enhancing option, offering distinctive living surrounded by small town charm and daily inspiration from Lake Michigan, one of the spectacular natural wonders in the world.
Port Harbour Lights Sales Office
222 E Main Street, Suite 201
Port Washington, WI 53074
Sales Office Hours
Saturdays 10:30-2:30 & By Appointment
Pam Bastien, Realtor
Gertjan van den Broek,Developer