- Delafield Tourism
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Only 30 minutes away from Milwaukee, the City of Delafield in picturesque "Lake Country" is the perfect “home base” for many of southeastern Wisconsin’s well known art, music and theatre attractions. In Milwaukee, check out Summerfest, the World’s Largest Music Festival. Book your hotel room now!
Take the shuttle from the City of Delafield Park & Ride located on Golf Road/Hwy 83! See Summerfest "Getting Here" link for shuttle information.
The shuttle originates from the Nagawaukee Park-Ride in Delafield (Highway 83 and I-94). Other pick-ups include the Meadowbrook Park-Ride lot (I-94 and County Highway G) and Goerke’s Corners Park-Ride lot (I-94 and Barker Road). The shuttle drop-off and pick-up at Summerfest is located west of the Mid Gate on Chicago Street. The shuttle operates every day of Summerfest beginning at 11 a.m. with the last shuttle departing Summerfest at 12:15 am. Round-trip tickets are $10 and purchased at point of origin. Children under 12, who are accompanied by an adult are $5 when they purchase a roundtrip ticket prior to 3 p.m. Call 262-542-8861
Delafield Shuttle Schedule
Lodging- stay the night, weekend or during the entire State Fair in one of 4 hotels and use the shuttle service to move you and your family to and from the Fair! Enjoy the indoor swimming pools and cool off from a long day at the fair as a hotel guest! Then choose from a wide range of restaurant choices that accomodate families. All here in the beautiful city of Delafield! Enjoy your stay!
Shuttle departures from the Nagawaukee Park-Ride Lot in Delafield (I-94 & Hwy 83) begin at 7:30 am and depart every 30 minutes until 7:30 pm.
Return Trip - Times will Vary | Save money on gas and parking, avoid the hassle of driving --ride the State Fair Shuttle to and from the City of Delafield!
Season Schedule typically from May to September
Event Location: Lapham Peak Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, Delafield
SummerStage, the only outdoor performance theatre in Waukesha County, is set in the beautiful Lapham Peak Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. When the weather turns warm, you can experience theatrical, musical, dance, and even comedic performances held in the open air. Bring a blanket, lawn chair, and your favorite picnic meal and beverages as you enjoy the arts in a natural, rustic setting. A full schedule, details and ticket information is available on their website. Event tickets may be purchased on the SummerStage website or one hour before the show at the box office. For schedule visit: www.summerstageofdelafield.org
An event schedule is produced by the SummerStage of Delafield.
July 9, 2017
Event Location: Naga-waukee County Park, Delafield
Art aficionados will be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of original art at the Lake Country Art Festival, now in its 42nd year. Naga-Waukee Park hosts 150+ juried exhibitors in this highly anticipated, charitable event. Shop for ceramics, pottery, jewelry, wearable art, painting, woodwork, glass art, textiles and more! Children will enjoy making their own crafts and playing inside the bounce castle in the festival children’s area. Food and beverages available. County park admission fees applicable. For more information, visit www.lakecountrywomensclub.org
An event sponsored and produced by the Lake Country Women’s Club.
Friday and Saturday, August 11 and 12, 2017
Event location: Naga-Waukee County Park, Delafield
Under a tent in the serene Naga-Waukee County Park, over 14 acts of musicians and bands take the stage at this two-day festival celebration of Blues music! Ample seating is under the tent to lend to a comfortable atmosphere and your listening enjoyment of “Blues” music. If you prefer to be in the sun, then bring along your own foldout chair or blanket to sit and listen in the grassy area adjacent to the tent.
Also on the BluesFest grounds, the Waukesha BluesFest Art Show, a juried art show of photography, painting, pottery, glass, jewelry and more! For ticket, schedule and details on the event, visit: www.waukeshabluesfest.com.
An event presented by the Waukesha Rotary Club.