Living in Lake Country
Located in Southeastern Wisconsin, Lake Country is a breathtaking and gracious area to live for everyone from single families to summer home owners. Cities, towns, and villages within Lake Country have prime locations due to their proximity to nearby larger cities such as Milwaukee, Madison, and even Chicago. Lake Country is nothing less than a wonderland of pristine inland lakes, rich forestry, farmlands, natural beauty, historical sites, and a warm sense of community in rural towns. Rolling hills, country trails, parks, and lakes make Lake Country a great place for camping, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, water sports, bird watching, horseback riding and other outdoor adventure.
Lake Country takes pride in its excellent top-ranking schools, fine churches, lovely and luxurious homes, range of golf courses, desirable senior living centers, rustic downtown areas, rich history, successful local businesses, diverse shopping districts, and much more. Several events take place in Lake Country all year round including music and art festivals, farmers’ markets, outdoor concerts, sailing regattas, water skiing shows, charity events, and several others! Various opportunities for housing are found throughout Lake Country ranging from large and small country retreats, subdivisions, quaint towns, and single-family homes. Ann and Liz are long-time residents of the Lake Country area and have immense experience in real estate throughout the area. They have the knowledge, expertise, and experience to help home buyers and sellers make the best decisions possible while making their home buying and selling process as seamless and enjoyable as possible in this beautiful region of Wisconsin.
Lake Country School Districts: Lake Country is filled is highly sought-after schools ranging from private to public. Schools within Lake Country and its surrounding districts are known for their competitive academics and athletic programs. The Lake Country public School Districts are: Arrowhead, Kettle Moraine, Lake Country, Merton Community, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee and Swallow.
Golf Courses: Lake Country has numerous pristine golf courses scattered throughout Waukesha County. Learn more about Waukesha County's Golf Courses
Read more about Waukesha County's Golf Courses in the Nicholls/Kindberg Group Blog
Lakes of Lake Country: Lake Country in southeastern Wisconsin is home to a plentiful number of lovely lakes that are great for boating, canoeing, swimming, water skiing, and the best fishing. Residents of Lake Country are sure to enjoy all that these lakes and the surrounding areas have to offer. What better place to live than in the beautiful Lake Country where all year round residents have access to great outdoor adventure and fantastic lakes where they can have fun in the sun in the spring and summer time and enjoy winter activities like snowmobiling and ice fishing in the winter. Lakes of Lake Country
Lake Country Trail: Located on the former Milwaukee-Watertown Interurban Railway, the Lake Country Trail is a 15-mile trail. It was popular in the late 1800's as a direct link between Waukesha and the Oconomowoc Lake Country and utilizes the Wisconsin Electric Power Company right-of-way. The trail runs through the middle of the County (North of I-94) from east to west through very rolling terrain providing scenic views of the mid-kettle moraine area, including the Landsberg Center (Trail Head), Pewaukee Lake, Naga-Waukee Park and War Memorial Golf Course, Lake Nagawicka, historic City of Delafield, Upper and Lower Nemahbin Lakes and Roosevelt Park in the City of Oconomowoc. Lake Country Trail Map
Be sure to take a look at The Nicholls/Kindberg Group Blog for detailed information on the popular recreation trails of Lake Country
The Beautiful Cities and Towns of Lake Country
Learn more about the Cities and Towns of Lake Country by reading the Nicholls/Kindberg Group Blog