Free Golf at 3:00 pm Friday -
Don Chute Memorial
Lake Michigan charter fishing and free shore picnic
- Sunday, July 23.
See also - Olympia Resort's Area Attractions page.
- July 20 - 23
Festival park on Milwaukee's lakefront
One of Milwaukee's finest lakefront festivals - Italian music festival
including entertainment shows, Italian food religious and cultural
exhibits, and fireworks.
(30 miles east)
Milwaukee is way cooler than you think.
Check at the Greater Milwaukee
Convention and Visitors Bureau site.
Wisconsin Dells Area
(App. 90 miles northwest)
World's largest concentration of water parks and family oriented tourist
Noah's Ark Waterpark -
the world's largest - is located here - some hotels now feature huge indoor water parks that rock rain or shine.
Scenic boat tours, museums, entertainment - and fudge shops ;-).
You could book your family for a Dells trip before or after the Picnic.
Oconomowoc City Parks
Oconomowoc features 47 parks and
Oconomowoc Area Chamber of Commerce
A guide to local dining and area attractions - including a city map.
Wisconsin Department of Tourism
Official site for travel, tourism, accommodations recreation,
attractions and a trip planner
Short track racing
Short track - racing starts at 7 Saturday
Slinger Super Speedway
Short track races start at 6:30 pm Sunday
Outlet mall shopping (back)
Gurnee Mills, IL
1 mile from
1670 Old School House Road
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
90 year old cheese plant run by 3rd generation master cheesemaker.
Old Wisconsin Cheese Mart
Mars Cheese Castle
EAA AirVenture Museum
Air show starts Monday after Picnic - but museum is open year round.
Milwaukee Public Museum
Milwaukee Art Museum
Discovery World Museum
Milwaukee County Zoo
A world class zoo with 2500 animals representing 300 species on 200
acres. (BTW - does your local zoo have beer on tap?)
Mitchell Park Conservatory (The Domes)
Consists of 3 85' tall, 140' wide greenhouse domes.
One dome is a desert climate, one is tropical, and the other is a
temperate floral show dome. They've got some huge stuff
growing in there - like 40 year old cacti, trees, bananas and coconuts.
This summer's show dome theme is an early 1900's London park.
Honey Acres Museum
The Wisconsin estate of theatre legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne,
is open to the public as a world-class museum.
Old World Wisconsin
Old World Wisconsin — a vivid re-creation of the working farmsteads and
settlements established by European immigrants in America's heartland.
See 1870s craftsmen at work, working historic farms. artisan
handicrafts, traditional food preparation. a one room schoolhouse,
historic breeds of animals, and historically accurate heirloom gardens.
Circus World Museum
(Baraboo - app. 90 miles northwest)
The historic former winter quarters of the Ringling Brothers Circus - now
features daily big top circus acts and an awesome circus museum -
artifacts, wagons and trains. Plus a chance to ride circus animals, a
real carousel or the Kid's Circus Train.
Well worth the drive - or a nice side trip on the way to
International Crane Foundation
(App.90 miles northwest)
The International Crane Foundation (ICF) has become the world's center
for the study and preservation of cranes.
ICF maintains a collection of these beautiful birds for breeding and
reintroduction into the wild. Every species of
crane is represented in a very interesting guided tour.
Another nice side trip on the way to Wisconsin Dells.