Welcome to Bayside
A luxurious lakeside town full of exciting community activities and outdoor recreation options
Bayside is a quaint residential community located on the banks of Lake Michigan and situated just north of the bustling city of Milwaukee. The land of Bayside was once used by Native Americans and German and Dutch immigrant farmers as prime agricultural and fishing territory. The town transitioned into a residential and vacation area in the mid-20th century, but its roots are remembered by Bayside residents through various historical society efforts.
Typical home styles of Bayside include mid-century ranches or colonials. No matter your ideal home style, you can be sure to find a beautiful home in Bayside. Bayside is optimal for buyers seeking a place of permanent residency in a cozy neighborhood or for those who desire a grandiose home on the waterfront.
This community is known for its picturesque, tree-lined streets as well as its serene and neighborly atmosphere. Thus, Bayside is perfect for home buyers seeking tranquil refuge from chaos while still having access to big cities nearby.
What to Love
- A quick drive to downtown Milwaukee
- Powerful commitment to sustainable living
- Shopping for necessities at the Bayshore Town Center
Locals of Bayside enjoy that their community often gathers to have fun. Bayside hosts a variety of events for these purposes, including Bayside Beer Garden Series, the annual Fourth of July Day Parade, and the Bayside Five and Wine, which is a 5K race where participants are served excellent wine upon completion of the course. These kinds of gatherings are pivotal to ensuring that residents feel bonded with one another and have plenty of things to do.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
, a gem located near Fox Point, feels like you are transported to a classic New York Jewish Deli. They offer amazing sandwiches, bakery items, and the best matzo ball soup in the area. And if you’re looking for a cozy breakfast joint, check out Maxfield’s Pancake House
There are two other excellent options near Fox Point—locals enjoy Ginza
located just on the cusp of Fox Point in Bayside, and Samurai Restaurant
featuring Sushi and Hibachi, just over the border in Glendale.
Things to Do
There are so many things to do when living or vacationing in Bayside. Driven by the mission of conserving Bayside’s natural habitats, Schlitz Audobon Nature Center
extends about 185 acres long. The Center is dedicated to a variety of different causes, such as amphibian and reptile conservation as well as wetlands preservation. It also has over six miles of hiking trails and a 60-foot natural observation tower.
For a taste of artistic beauty in the outdoors, visit Lynden Sculpture Garden
. This garden is 40 acres long and showcases over 50 stunning monuments and statues for the public to explore. It also hosts events such as Music and Dance Day to attract various people for a day of musical fun and appreciation of wonderful works of art.
is located on the bluffs of Lake Michigan, offering its visitors over 49 acres of a secluded yet exciting beach area. It has a playground, sports fields, picnic areas, and plenty of hiking trails so all kinds of people can enjoy their time at Doctor’s Park.
Golfers of Bayside relish being so close to Brown Deer Golf Course
. This par-71 course has 18 holes and is pretty challenging, having maintained the reputation of being the course that made Tiger Woods “go pro.” Brown Deer Golf Course also offers a driving range, private lessons, golf carts, and luxury dining services.