Fall fun in Waukesha Pewaukee
 

Meet fall fun 

Conveniently located between Madison and Milwaukee, you’ll find Waukesha Pewaukee. Two communities close to big cities and Lake Country with quaint, walkable downtowns offering charming places to meet, or just sit and enjoy the sounds of Pewaukee Lake or the Fox River. Find unique gifts at our local stores and eat at our delectable restaurants. Take in our beautiful parks, lakes, rivers and trails. Enjoy our local events, the arts and live music. Join us for a fun fall adventure in Waukesha Pewaukee.

Fall activities and events

Meet fall farm treats, hayrides, scenic adventures and more fall activities to make the most of the crisp, fall days. Make the most of fall events in Waukesha Pewaukee: listen to live music, experience Old World Wisconsin, Apple Harvest and Oktoberfest and more.

Fall fishing

pewaukee lake in fallPewaukee Lake is one of the largest inland lakes in Southeastern Wisconsin and home to the largest Muskie population in the area. Fall is the ideal time to try to catch the elusive Muskie. You can also check out these other Waukesha County lakes for fall fishing.

Hiking, biking and more outdoors

Once a glacier, Kettle Moraine State Park has acres of hills, prairie restoration sites, forest, kettle holes and lakes, featuring natural habitats, plants and animals, even some rare species. There are so many ways to take in the view… by foot, bike, rollerblading or horseback riding. You will also find many more Waukesha County park options to enjoy seeing fall colors.

Come for the fun. Stay for days.

Unwind in comfort at one of Waukesha Pewaukee’s 10 hotels – five full-service and five limited-service. If you are looking for special hotel package offers check here.

There are plenty of things to do that you won’t want to miss while visiting including: antiques, supper clubs, and family-friendly fun. Peruse our Visitor Guide for a more in depth look at our area.

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It’s easy to find Waukesha Pewaukee! We are right off I94 just an hour east of Madison and 20 minutes west of Milwaukee. There’s plenty to enjoy in Waukesha Pewaukee, where fun meets adventure.