The city of South Milwaukee is conveniently named, as it is directly south of Milwaukee. South Milwaukee has a population of 21,156 residents as of the 2010 census.
South Milwaukee is knows for many things, but the first thing that comes to mind is the parks. The Grant Park Golf Course is the oldest golf course in Milwaukee County and offers great views of the lake from the course. The course can be considered short as it is only 5,200 yards, but it still provides plenty of challenging holes. Perhaps one of the most famous attraction in South Milwaukee is the Seven Bridges Trail. This famous trails winds through Grant Park with stone paths, bridges that run over brooks, and a backdrop painted by trees and flowers. Once you reach the end of the trail, you’ll be dropped out onto a secluded beach along the shores of Lake Michigan. This is an experience like no other and is highly recommended as somewhere to stop.
In South Milwaukee, there are tons of different opportunities to try some local eats. If you’re looking for a casual dining experience with good food to boot, check out Andrea’s Family Restaurant. Andrea’s has been serving up hand crafted dishes for years and has quickly become a local staple. Some of the dishes on offer are burgers, homestyle breakfasts, salads, and much more. For those looking for a fine dining experience, head north into the town of Cudahay for an unforgettable dining experience at The Packing House. This supper club offers steak and seafood choices, all complimented by a live jazz band for an authentic supper club experience.
South Milwaukee offers something for everyone from great food to unforgettable views. Come check out South Milwaukee today and see why so many people are proud to call South Milwaukee home.