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Ozaukee County includes the communities of Belgium, Fredonia, Waubeka, Newburg, Port Washington, Saukville, Grafton, Cedarburg, Mequon, and Thiensville. Spend an afternoon, a weekend, or longer exploring one or all of them.


Belgium is Ozaukee County’s international destination and truly “America’s New Luxembourg,” as it is home to the international Luxembourg American Cultural Center and one of the largest populations of people of Luxembourg heritage in the United States. In addition, Belgium is the proud home of Harrington Beach State Park and the Ozaukee Interurban Trail.


For more information, visit the Belgium Area Chamber of Commerce website.


Fredonia & Waubeka


Fredonia is a thriving community sporting an industrial park, fine school system, new home developments, community soccer fields, ice rink and the rural charm of yesteryear. Come visit and enjoy a relaxing day in Fredonia or one of our many interesting events.

Waubeka is home to the National Flag Day Foundation Americanism Center. The Center offers the Avenue of Flags, a commemorative outdoor courtyard and a full museum featuring military and local memorabilia.


For more information, visit the Village of Fredonia website.




Visit Newburg Year ‘Round! On a bend of the Milwaukee River, straddling Ozaukee and Washington Counties, you’ll find that “Up North” feel! The towering flags of Freedom Park greet you to our Village, just 32 miles north of Milwaukee.


For more information, visit the Visit Newburg website.


Port Washington


Port Washington is a picturesque Lake Michigan harbor town with a touch of New England charm. Explore the city’s beauty and history on the shores of Lake Michigan, just 30 miles north of Milwaukee.


For more information, visit the Port Washington Tourism website.




The Village of Saukville is an important stop on Wisconsin’s Ethnic Settlement Trail. We are proud of our historical significance and strive to maintain old world charm in our downtown area park with winding brick paths, old-fashioned streetlights and a turn of the century bandstand.


For more information, visit the Village of Saukville website.




From spacious parks and public pools to libraries, festivals and excellent schools, visitors to Grafton continue to enjoy all this vibrant community has to offer. Grafton provides a diverse mix of arts and music, fitness, and fun, making it a great place to explore, to relax, and to get more out of life.


For more information, visit the Grafton Chamber of Commerce website.




Take a step back in time as you stroll through Cedarburg. Recently named “one of the prettiest towns in America” by Forbes Magazine, and known for its vibrant arts scene as well as charming shops and restaurants tucked away in historic buildings, Cedarburg is a city you’ll never tire of exploring.


For more information, visit the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center website.




Mequon is located on the beautiful western shore of Lake Michigan, situated just north of Milwaukee. The City boasts majestic bluffs, lush farmland, the winding Milwaukee River and expansive open space covering nearly fifty square miles. The community offers twenty scenic recreational parks, including an extensive Nature Preserve and some of the finest golf in the area with its three country clubs and a public course.


For more information, visit the Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce website.




Thiensville is situated on the Milwaukee River in the heart of the city of Mequon. The village offers an assortment of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and galleries on its main corridor, Main Street, and nearby Green Bay Avenue just one block east. The Thiensville Business Association organizes events throughout the year such as Ladies Night Out, Business Trick-or-Treat, and the annual holiday tree-lighting event.


For more information, visit the Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce website.



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