In Whitewater, WI (Bird City, USA), there’s no shortage of places to watch birds. You won’t only peep your every day warblers and finches, but eagles and owls, too! With the knowledge and insight of two local bird watching enthusiasts, we put together a list of the prime spots for observing Whitewater’s (and the surrounding area’s) winged beauties.
As summer draws to a close and it becomes a little too chilly to head to the beach or grill out, autumn in Whitewater, WI offers a plethora of indoor and outdoor activities to embrace fall with your date. So before you settle in on the couch, consider one (or all!) of these suggestions and spend an afternoon or evening out with your love.
The City of Whitewater will be undertaking a drawdown of Cravath and Trippe Lakes beginning July 8. Here’s what you need to know about the project.
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
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!
We may not have a local grocery store, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t alternatives!
1. Whitewater Farmer’s Market
Check out the farmer’s market every Saturday (8:00 AM Till Noon)
Have you heard of the fairly new (again) concept of water consumption? It is literally “springing” up everywhere!
That’s right; natural spring water is all the rage.
Feeling artsy? Perhaps you have a little penned up imagination you would like to set free?
I think Downtown Whitewater is calling your name. Tomorrow, September 12, 2015 is the Whitewater