Wisconsin May 18, 2016
11 Little Known Beaches in Wisconsin That’ll Make Your Summer Unforgettable
Wisconsin might not be the first place you think when you think of beaches, but as we
showed you last year, there are some pretty awesome beaches here. This year, we are profiling great Wisconsin beaches once again. The list includes some past favorites as well as some new ones to check out this year.
1. Neshotah Beach (Two Rivers)
This is a beautiful 50 acre beach that is well-maintained. It's also a great place to play volleyball. You will see both amateurs and professionals.
2. Schoolhouse Beach (Washington Island)
The water here is pretty cold but it's spectacular to see the waves crashing into the shore. The rocks are smooth and the water is crystal clear.
3. Julian Bay Beach (Stockton Island)
The Apostle Islands have a few beaches, but Julian Bay Beach is a true gem. It has a rare natural phenomenon called "howling sand," where the sound will actually making a howling sound when you run your hand over it.
4. Point Beach (Two Rivers)
This beach is 6 miles long, and it's the perfect place to catch a wave or just walk along. There are ample camping opportunities here as well.
5. Lake Wazee (Jackson County)
This lake, at 146 acres, is the clearest and deepest in all of Wisconsin. It has a gorgeous beach where you can play in the sand or soak up some rays.
6. Rock Island State Park (Washington)
Coming to rustic Washington Island is enchanting in itself. If you can find the beach on the southeast side of the island, however, you will find waters perfect for swimming.
7. Whitefish Dunes State Park (Sturgeon Bay)
The park is just under 900 acres, and the beach is the best part. White sands surround you. You can surf here, but want to be careful with swimming because of rip currents.
8. Ephraim (Door County)
Door County is full of some fantastic beaches, but the best might be in Ephraim. A sandy spot at the end of the village is just what the doctor ordered.
9. North Point Beach (Racine)
This beach is a whopping 50 acres and comprises 2500 feet of shoreline. This beach has volleyball courts, a snack bar and live music.
10. Kohler-Andrae State Park (Sheboygan)
Sand dunes and golden beaches make this one of the best Wisconsin beaches. Enjoy 2.5 miles of sand.
11. Big Bay Beach (La Pointe)
There are 1.5 miles of beach for you to swim and romp in. It's also great to go kayaking from this point.
Have you been to any of these beaches? Any additions to the list you would make?