FISH CREEK, WISCONSIN
This old fishing village is reminiscent of the New England coastline with its string of century-old white clapboard buildings, horseshoe-shaped shoreline, and sailboats floating in the bay. Go explore Peninsula State Park!
Wander the charming tree-lined streets to discover a variety of shops — souvenir, clothing, jewelry, Irish imports, artwork, bath products, beach stuff, and homemade candy.
Great restaurants, eateries, and coffee shops offer many choices — modern American, Asian-inspired, tavern food, and fish boils.
Inns, cottages, and hotels are within walking distance to the shops, shoreline and parks.
Points Of Interest
Concerts in the Park
Bring blankets and chairs to Noble Square Park and enjoy free concerts by professional local and visiting musicians while taking in beautiful scenery and bustling downtown Fish Creek. A short walk from stores, restaurants, lodgings, waterfront. (June 21 – Aug.16)
Peninsula State Park
Drive, bike, or hike winding roads and trails through forests, past shorelines, and over limestone bluffs. Discover stunning views, campgrounds, beaches, picnic areas, playgrounds, and a golf course.
NOBLE HOUSE AND HISTORICAL WALK
This house was built by one of the country's founders, Scottish born Alex Noble. it is the villages oldest remaining residence. Docent-guided walking tours of the other house and historic buildings begin in June.
PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL
Local and nationally recognized artists spend a weekend painting in the open are - all around the county. Events include: Quick Paint & Live Auction, Kid's Paint, and the Open Door Celebration - an evening for all with food, beverages, and art auction. (July 24 - 30)
Jack O’ Lantern Days
A true, hometown Halloween festival, Jack O’ Lantern Days entertainS witches and goblins of all ages. Festive costume contest, kids’ games, town-wide trick-or-treating, a costume march, mask making. (Oct. 28 – 30)