is an important stop on Wisconsinís Ethnic Settlement Trail. Take time
reminisce at our downtown park, beautifully restored with old-fashioned
streetlights, winding brick walks and a turn-of-the-century bandstand.
Further explore our past using the Village Historic Walking Tour Guide,
which highlights thirty-one historical buildings and sites.
Come meet Saukville today and join our many celebrations starting
with our patriotic July Fourth festivities include an old-fashioned
parade and delicious food, concluding a fun-filled day of activities
with a spectacular fireworks display. Saukville in September
weekend starts with Family Fun Day on Saturday and continues on
Sunday by recalling the not-so-distant past at our classic Saukville
Fire Department/Pleasant Valley Auto Show.
Take a moment to discover many other attractions in and around
Riveredge Nature Center is a peaceful wildlife
sanctuary where visitors can view wildlife, hike and renew the spirit.
Arnold Palmer's wonderfully designed golf course,
The Bog, has 18 holes surrounded by beautiful
rolling hills and natural wooded areas.
Pioneer Village, a living history museum,
allow visitors to experience a rural village of the past with over 20
unique buildings nestled in a rolling hillside setting. Enjoy
fishing, wading and picnicking at one of the many great parks.
For more information call (262) 268-1970