Lake Country Wisconsin is home to many great communities and is located between the cities of Madison and Milwaukee, making it a great spot for commuters. Learn more about the Lake Country communities below.
From shopping to outdoor recreation to culture and the arts, Brookfield offers it all.
Tucked away along the shores of Nagawicka Lake, the City of Delafield offers a lively business district filled with exceptional Williamsburg-styled architecture.
Meandering through the heart of the Village of Hartland, the beautiful Bark River connects historic and established restaurants, shops, and Nixon Park – a local favorite.
A great city on a great lake! Milwaukee is categorized into unique neighborhoods such as Riverwest, the Third Ward, and the Upper East Side.
As one of only two cities in all of Wisconsin to have not one, but two lakes accessible from the downtown area, Oconomowoc has become a premier living destination for young families and professionals alike.
Pewaukee a best-kept secret of Lake Country. Bordering Pewaukee Lake, one of the largest in Waukesha County spanning 2,437 acres, Pewaukee offers a charming downtown area.
From colorful downtown events to its beautiful museums and parks, Waukesha’s love for the arts is more than evident.
Gather information on various districts in the areas you are interested in to determine if they meet the educational expectations for your family.
Lake Country offers the most beautiful lakes in all of Wisconsin, all of which have public and private access and offer some of the best real estate opportunities around.