Waunakee is 13 miles north of Madison, 85 miles from Milwaukee and minutes away from three Interstates, the Dane County Regional Airport and eight universities and colleges.
Waunakee is 13 miles north of Madison, 85 ...Read More
Waunakee boasts nearly 25 public parks as well as a 2009 national ranking. CNN Money placed the city 78th on its list, ‘Top 100 Best Places to Live’ for small towns.
Waunakee boasts nearly 25 public parks as well ...Read More
Bolz Conservancy is a protected hilltop park overlooking the village with additional views of Lake Mendota and the Capitol.
Bolz Conservancy is a protected hilltop park ...Read More
Castle Creek Conservancy, the first conservancy in Waunakee, provides countless recreational activities alongside Six Mile Creek as well as hiking amongst a variety of native plants and animals.
Castle Creek Conservancy, the first ...Read More
Highlighted as one of the 50 best places to play in Wisconsin, The Meadows of Sixmile Creek blends golf with wildlife such as Sand Hill Cranes, Red Foxes, and Yellow-Winged Blackbirds.
Highlighted as one of the 50 best places to ...Read More
Cattails dominate the Waunakee Marsh Wildlife Area. The 470-acre property is a popular site for bird watching.
Cattails dominate the Waunakee Marsh Wildlife ...Read More
Not far from Waunakee you will find the Yahara Heights County Park—a popular off-leash dog park that also includes three miles of hiking trails, easy paddling access and prehistoric spirit mounds.
Not far from Waunakee you will find the Yahara ...Read More
Just outside of Waunakee on Lake Mendota you will find Governor Nelson State Park. On most given days, this 422-acre park offers beautiful views of the State Capitol.
Just outside of Waunakee on Lake Mendota you ...Read More
Common activities at Governor Nelson State Park include boating, fishing, picnicking and swimming. In winter, you will find cross country ski trails, snowshoeing, and ice fishing.
Common activities at Governor Nelson State ...Read More
It’s the only Waunakee in the world.
A community with significant growth over the past 30 years.
Governor Nelson State Park, Bolz Conservancy Park, Waunaboom
Those ready for increased growth but unwilling to give up their sense of community.