Summer recreation such as boating, paddleboarding and kayaking can be found right in the heart of Southeast Wisconsin's iconic Lake Country. Nearby Lapham Peak State Park encourages outdoor enthusiasts to bring their gear — hike, bike, snowshoe or cross country ski through the surrounding Kettle Moraine Forest.

For more attractions and a calendar of events, go to the VISIT DELAFIELD website.


Nearby Attractions

Historic Hawk’s Inn

This Greek Revival Inn, built by Nelson P. Hawks, has been described as an “unsurpassed example of an early stagecoach stop.” It was the center of social and political life in the frontier village of Delafield, Wisconsin. Built two years before Wisconsin became a state, Hawks Inn welcomed farmers in search of a homestead, trappers, traders, territorial politicians, and miners in search of a strike in the lead mines of western Wisconsin.

St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy

St. John's Northwestern Military Academy is a private, all-male college preparatory and leadership development school that combines personalized academic instruction, mandatory participation in athletics, ongoing instruction in ethics and values, and a structured, military-style environment that together allow each student an opportunity to achieve at his full potential. The goal of the Academy is to prepare each of our cadets for success in life by instilling in them a solid work ethic, an understanding of the value of integrity and teamwork, and the ability to think critically, communicate well, and function in a diverse and ever-changing world.

Lapham Peak

Enjoy 21 miles of trails in Kettle Moraine State Forest — Lapham Peak Unit. Climb the 45-foot observation tower, which soars 1,233 feet above sea level. A four-mile portion of the Ice Age Trail traverses the forest.

W329N846 County Road C, Delafield


Vehicle Admission Fee Required


Call 262-646-3025 for information.

Cushing Memorial Park

An 8.8-acre community park that offers open space, walking and hiking trails, a civil war memorial, picnic facilities, a soccer field, fishing areas and a popular playground structure.


426 Wells Street, Delafield

Erin Hills Golf Course

Architects adopted a minimalist approach in designing Erin Hills — host of the 2017 U.S. Open — as nature had sculpted the land so well that the golf holes seemed to emerge from the property. With bentgrass greens and fine fescue fairways, this walking course is quite literally a change of pace. Plan your visit now to make Erin Hills your next destination to play, stay, eat and meet.

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415 Genesee Street

Delafield, WI 53018

P: 262-646-1600



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