Kewaskum is a village in Washington and Fond du Lac counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 4,004 at the 2010 census. All of this population resided in the Washington County portion of the village. The village is located mostly within the Town of Kewaskum.
Restaurants in Kewaskum
3.5 based on 47 reviews
Make sure to dress super warm or you won’t make it the whole two hours of your pass! It was 8 degrees when we were there on 12/28. I made it about an hour then watched Husband and 13yr old from the car. People were skiing as well.
Plenty of tube lanes and both sides had conveyor belts to take you up.
I don’t know how people put in reviews that tubes went into the parking lot. There are mats at the end of the lanes to stop you, along with a huge hill to block you. I didn’t see anyone going past where the lane ends. Most stopped on the first set of mays. Granted there were some smaller kids/toddlers sliding on the hill blocking the parking but that was it. They didn’t get on the hill from the tube lane, they were playing on the hill I’m guessing because it wasn’t as big and scary.
Staff at the top will help push you if you need it. Can go down on belly and in groups. We held each others ropes and went in a group of 3 a few times. Goes pretty fast, but we are from TX and have not done this before, so I’d say fast for the newbies.
*wish we would of bought goggles for our eyes. The RR have lockers like at the water park for you to put items in.
5 based on 140 reviews
Very relaxing place to see animals and get some fresh air. Are able to feed the animals and see all kinds of wildlife.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
On several of the "cooler" trails the state has allowed some significant cutting. Parnell Loop and Butler Lake are seeing some significant foresting. These forests won't look the same for many years. I'm sure that other areas will also be seeing some cutting. I've heard the explanations of park staff and I wish I could say I believed that all this cutting was in the best interest of the forest. DON"T BE SUPRISED if your favorite trail no longer looks the same.
4 based on 5 reviews
If you already know what you want, this place does have good cheese, but the service is not so good.
Employees - older woman, younger girl were too busy socializing to help us.
There was a plate of cheese samples which had been sitting out that were somewhat melted.
The girl had no idea what was in there because she didn't put it out.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
The MWA houses the state's premier collection of Wisconsin art. It is also home to an unrivaled collection by Milwaukee-born Carl von Marr.Exhibiting historic and contemporary Wisconsin Art.
Even on a cloudy day, this museum stands out for its unique architecture and beautifully displayed art. Your $12 admission is a one year membership. The permanent collection is awe inspiring and the current exhibitions "Romano Johnson: Glitterati" and "Gerit Grimm's Fairytales" are most intriguing. The first large glittery portraits the second intricate clay pieces - both engaging. There's plenty of parking and a lovely gift shop to boot. We'll definitely return.
5 based on 36 reviews
Over 70 vendors with fresh vegetables, herbs, cheese, eggs, fruit, bakery, flowers, honey, jams, soap, pet treats, soups, ready-to-eat food and much more! Live music at two different locations weekly.
Lots of vendors with fresh produce, bakery, flowers, organic products.crafts etc. I love the fresh bouquets and great morning coffee too.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
A relative recommended so we visited while camping in the upper Kettle Moraine. It's like arriving to a Florida beach, Sandy beach on beautiful Kettle Moraine Lake. Lots of tiki huts and bars to order drinks and sandwiches and play in the lake. Large restaurant for meals. It's an experience!!
4.5 based on 42 reviews
A beautiful flower and plant garden earth sculpture built and maintained by volunteers from the community. This Cretian Labyrinth is 90 feet in diameter with seven circuits. The grass pathways are lined with bulbs, perennials, herbs and annuals, making a walk to the center a special and relaxing experience. This garden was designated as a Daylily Display Garden in 2009 by the American Hemerocallis Society. Located in one of West Bend's many beautiful city parks, the Labyrinth Garden is yours to enjoy free of charge during daylight hours.
This is a peaceful garden located within Regner park. It is near the ball fields and fishing pond. There is a parking lot nearby.
The flowers were beautiful. The labyrinth was peaceful and well maintained. There are a few sculptures located by the pond.
It's worth a stop!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Renner park is a great place to spend an afternoon. Lots to do for the children...playground and swim area are well maintained. Plenty of picnic areas and trails to explore. Also a beautiful garden space for relaxing or getting ideas for your garden at home. Highly recommend!
5 based on 4 reviews
We saw the building in the distance and were surprised to find this magnificent old court house. This is a must see for anyone who appreciates old craftsmanship. The staircase is absolutely lovely. They have a nice historical display. Take time to stop and visit.
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