Port Washington, WI, is a charming eastern Wisconsin town on the coast of Lake Michigan offering an abundance of history, activities, and natural beauty. Here are just four of the many reasons this city is an ideal place to spend your retirement years:
- Senior living communities
- Plenty of places to eat, shop, and play
- Historic spots to discover
- Explore the great outdoors
Continue reading to learn more about why Port Washington, WI, is a great place for independent living.
Senior housing opportunities
At Spring Harbor, Port Washington’s premier senior living community, you’ll enjoy convenient amenities like underground parking and in-unit washer and dryer hookups. These luxury apartments feature your very own balcony or patio, spacious 9’ ceilings, and luxury vinyl flooring. Community spaces and a fitness center are yours to enjoy at no cost. Each apartment also comes with 24-hour emergency maintenance, professional on-site management, access to discounted cable services, and individually controlled heat and air conditioning.
Eat, shop, and play
Port Washington’s award-winning downtown district is less than two miles from Spring Harbor and features a variety of unique boutiques and delicious restaurants. Hop onboard a charter fishing yacht or visit art exhibitions at Gallery 224.
Spend a night out on the town enjoying live dinner theater, a comedy show, or an interactive murder mystery at Memories Ballroom. In the summer, head to the annual Port Fish Day festival, held in the city’s harbor area on the third Saturday in July.
There’s plenty of rich Wisconsin history to explore in Port Washington. Snap a photo of the iconic 1860 Light Station or take a tour and climb to the lantern room overlooking Lake Michigan. Learn about Port Washington’s vibrant maritime past at the Port Exploreum. Or visit the Judge Eghart House and Victorian Museum, a restored home built in 1872 that features a collection of furnishings and household items donated by local families.
The great outdoors
Nestled along Lake Michigan, the coastal community of Port Washington features plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors. Swim, picnic, or take a stroll along North Beach at the foot of Upper Lake Park bluffs.
If you’re up for a hike or some bird watching, the Ozaukee Interurban Trail features 30 miles of paved trails connecting Port Washington to other communities throughout Ozaukee County. Depending on where you begin and end, you can expect to see woodlands, wetlands, farmlands, and waterways.
Did you know? Ozaukee County is home to more than 3,500 acres of parkland, nature preserves, and recreation land. Discover your outdoor adventure with the help of Treasures of Oz.
Independent living in Port Washington, WI, means you’ll have access to convenient, affordable senior living, and plenty of social and leisure opportunities. For more information about the senior living community mentioned in this post, contact us online to schedule a tour of Spring Harbor today.
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