Clarion Hotel Airport
5311 S. Howell Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Phone: (414) 481-2400
Fax: (414) 481-4471
5311 S. Howell Ave., Milwaukee, WI, US, 53207
- Phone: (414) 481-2400
- Fax: (414) 481-4471
This golf club features a beautiful green and 9 hole course.
Humboldt Park is located in the Bay View neighborhood and is one of the best parks to fish, bike, walk or to just relax. The park is well-manicured and always buzzing with activity, the nearby Pavilion is available for events and you can even rent the bandshell for your own private occasion. In the summer, one of the small ponds is stocked with fish and it's the perfect spot to introduce the art of fishing to the kids.
Enjoy a well-manicured, 18 hole golf course at Grant Park.
Also known as the Henry Maier Festival Grounds, this park is a local favorite. It is located in downtown Milwaukee along the Lake Michigan shoreline and it hosts many of the city's festivals, including Summerfest. Moreover, this 80-plus acre park has five permanent stages and an amphitheater which makes it the most sought-after space for outdoor concerts. It is also a popular spot for locals to come and walk their dogs in the mornings if conditions allow.
The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory is a huge expanse of lush green land that includes three domes built on the lines of a beehive that are connected to each other by a central lobby. Each of these domes has a diameter of 140 feet and a height of 85 feet! These domes harbor a plethora of plant life from all the continents of the world under their canopies. The Arid Dome houses a collection of cacti, shrubs and other plants that are native to different deserts in the African and the American Continents. The Tropical Dome features plants and flowers found in the tropical areas and rainforests, while the Floral Show Dome offers seasonal displays of various plants. The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory also hosts flower shows and special events based on various themes. Check website for prices and other details.
Featuring 2.3 miles of cross country skiing.
Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, the appropriately named Lakeshore State Park is a beautiful green space perfect to picnic, sunbathe and appreciate all the lake has to offer. It is conveniently located near Discovery World and the Milwaukee Art Museum which makes it the ideal spot to start or end your day. Throughout the year, the park serves as a backdrop for various spectacles and shows like the popular Lakefront Festival of the Arts.
This 3 masted schooner was built to serve as a floating classroom and goodwill ambassador for Wisconsin.
The Milwaukee Riverwalk is a pedestrian path that runs alongside the Milwaukee River. This path is ideal for walking, biking or jogging and it offers great views of the river, especially at sunset. If you're looking to take a river cruise, there are several companies available, and if you're looking for a bite to eat, it won't be long until your come across a restaurant right along the river.
One of the most popular gathering spaces for the community, Cathedral Square Park is bustling with life and activity. It is centrally located in JuneauTown, right next to the Cathedral of St. John, which gives the park its name. The city gave the park status in 1939 and changed the name from Courthouse Square to the present one. The square used to house a jail and courthouse, and it was the scene for the famous event in 1854 when about 5,000 locals came together to protest the arrest of a runaway slave, Joshua Glover. Though the courthouse and jail are gone, the square still holds a prominent place in the city's soul due to it is role as a venue for various popular events like Jazz In The Park and other summer fests.
The Oak Leaf Trail is an urban pathway that leads and loops through more than a hundred miles of parks and streets in the great city of Milwaukee. Bikers can take the trail and see every topographical feature this Midwest city has to offer, from nature preserves, woodlands and river paths to cruising in style alongside beautiful Lake Michigan, Oak Leaf has it all. The trail is clearly marked throughout the city and it is accessible every day of the year. Check website for more details on closures, detours and other construction along the route.
Since 1969, The Marcus Center For The Performing Arts has been the cultural mecca in Milwaukee's downtown theater district. It's elegant Biezanz limestone facade sits in front of the Milwaukee river which offers stunning vistas. The building contains several theaters in which you can discover Milwaukee's community of premier artists such as the Florentine Opera Company, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, and the City Ballet Theatre as well as world renowned On and Off Broadway productions.