While Heritage Day is new this year, it’s been revived from a Heritage Day of the past. It’s focused on the Main Street District, which is included in the National Register of Historic Places. This is honorary and should be celebrated!
Whitewater 4th of July Festival
July 3rd – July 7th, 2019
Whitewater is lucky enough to host one of the largest 4th of July festivals in the Midwest! Multiple leaders within our
To Andy, biking is life. It’s in his blood, and that love and dedication translate into the vibe of Backyard Bikes. They want you on bikes out on the trails of the Kettle Moraine Forest, riding the miles and miles of rural routes this area offers, and they want you happy and healthy.
Trail bicyclists will find two popular mountain biking trails within 15min of Whitewater, WI (1hr from Madison or Milwaukee and 2hrs from Chicago) that offer loops ranging from beginner/easy to difficult, with ups and downs to challenge experienced mountain bikers.
It’s clear that Liz and John Sotherland are about play when you walk into their store. It’s colorful and full of fun signs, the most poignant: We’re serious. Get outside and play!
When you walk into Quiet Hut Sports, you’re not only walking into a bike store, but you’re walking into a piece of history. The front window display houses a 1952
Whitewater, WI is nestled within rolling country roads, acres of glacial hills, kettles, lakes, pine woods, and hardwood forests making it a hotspot for biking–both on-road and off-road on the various trails in and surrounding the Ice Age Trail and Kettle Moraine State Forest Southern Unit.
Come check out all the local storefronts that are participating in Windows of Whitewater this year!
Last Friday when I got home from work our friends from Milwaukee called and wanted to come down for a visit and to take us out
As the weather begins to get warmer, it’s time to get outside and explore what the town of Whitewater has to offer! The Whitewater Ice Age Trail Community