Comfort Inn & Suites Milwaukee

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

916 E State St, (formerly Park East Hotel), Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53202, United States
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SWIMMING

by NAVYBRYAN

I'm new to Milwaukee and trying to find somewhere to jump off something high into water, like a cliff or something similar. Are there any rock quarries or cliffs around? Not really interested in diving boards.

Re: SWIMMING

by MaxCunningham

You probably won't find any spots along Lake Michigan. Pretty much all of the cliffs have sand or rocks at the bottom.

I'm not sure if they really "approve" of people hurling themselves off the edge, but Lannon Quarry in Menomonee Falls is a pretty nice park with a beach and lots of good cliffs surrounding the water.

If you want to go a little further, Devil's Lake has similar features.

Re: SWIMMING

by Sunuwavi

Max's suggestions are great. I would recommend both those places as well.

There's also a park called Redgranite Quarry which is about 2 hours northwest of Milwaukee. That is a great place to go swimming or diving. It's free and open to the public.

http://www.redgranitewisconsin.com/quarry.html

Re: SWIMMING

by sjuless

There is a quarry in Racine Wisconsin... about 30 minutes south of Milwaukee where people go cliff jumping. I'm not entirely sure if people jump during operating hours but it's definitely there. Let me know if you want more info.

Travel Tips for Milwaukee

Marquette University

by yooperprof

A fine Jesuit University, Marquette is very urban - just to the west of Milwaukee's Downtown. In fact, the I-43/I-94 interchange is right on the university's doorstep, and the thrum of traffic is clearly audible all over campus.

One of Milwaukee's main thoroughfares, Wisconsin Avenue, is also the main drag through the Marquette campus.

Milwaukee Public Library (1897)

by yooperprof

Handsome beaux-arts structure constructed with Indiana Bedford limestone, with an elegant dome in the central foyer. The architects, winners of a nationwide competion, were a local firm, Ferry & Clas. The library is on Wisconsin Avenue at the western end of downtown. (814 W. Wisconsin)

Wisconsin Conservatory of Music (1904)

by yooperprof

The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music occupies this grand mansion on the lake side of Prospect, one of the most desirable addresses (1584 N. Prospect) on the desirable East Side.

The building is also known as the McIntosh-Goodrich Mansion, and it was originally built to be a capitalist's showcase in the early twentieth century. The first owner, Charles McIntosh, was an entrepreneur and magnate responsible for building up the Milwaukee Harvester Company into a nationwide leader in its field. He commissioned Chicago architect Horatio Wilson to design this palace for a plutocrat. It was sold to the Wisconsin Conservatory in the 1930s, which in 2001 completed a meticulous $5 million restoration of the facility.

The Wisconsin Conservatory is on the National Register of History places.

Polish Festival

by dlandt

Polish Festival in Milwaukee is the largest in the country, with around 25000 attending over the course of three days. Its a golden opportunity to dance, to eat, to drink, and to enjoy the music. We saw demonstrations from the Polish army, Polish-American dog breeders, exhibits from the EU, and Polish handicrafts, crystal and more.

morbidly hot summers

by LaFreakEgurL

light weight, shorts, short sleeves, tanks, etc. originally I am from GA, but i have lived in WI for 4-5 years.

personally, I think that the summers in Milwaukee WI are unbearable. It seems like they would be mild, but my first summer there I was a complete wreak, everytime I went outside of a nice, cool building the heat would smack me dead in the face, as if I had just opened a 365 degree oven and let the heat blow over me.

If you are traveling to Milwaukee in summer, stay closer to the lake, it is often 13-15 degrees cooler near the lake..

It could be 85 degrees in brookfield, or West Allis, but only 70 degrees near the lake shore. also, because we a are so close to a lake you'd think that there would be a lot of humidity... but once again I feel differently on this... I think that Milwaukee has a very dry heat in the summer... also for the past 5 years we have been under a summer drought. it seems to only rain maybe 5-7 times through out the 5-6 months of summer.

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 Comfort Inn & Suites Milwaukee

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Address: 916 E State St, (formerly Park East Hotel), Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53202, United States