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350 East Seven Hills Road
Port Washington,  WI  53074  US
LAT: 43.412621 LONG: -87.86639
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (262) 284-2100 Fax: +1 (262) 284-6740


Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Port Washington, WI

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Explore from This Hotel's Ozaukee County, WI Location

Perfect for visitors on the go, this hotel off I-43 in Port Washington, WI puts guests across from the 30-mile Ozaukee Interurban Trail, a popular attraction for biking, walking, in-line skating and cross-country skiing. Numerous other attractions offer great outdoor fun, including fishing at nearby Lake Michigan, sunbathing at Harrington Beach State Park and golfing at the 11 courses located within a half-hour of this hotel's property in Ozaukee County, WI. For guests willing to drive, downtown Milwaukee is just 15 minutes south of the hotel and Sheboygan is just 20 minutes north. Stay active during your visit to Port Washington and find rest inside the relaxing rooms at the Country Inn & Suites when your explorations are finished for the day.

Area points of interest include:

  • Cedar Creek Settlement (12 miles)
    There are plenty of exciting things to discover at this historic destination, featuring countless shops and restaurants, and home to arts and craft events, and festivals.
    Phone: +1 (262) 377-4763
  • Harrington Beach State Park (3 miles)
    Camp, ride your bike or sunbathe at this beautiful state park located right on Lake Michigan.
    Phone: +1 (262) 285-3015
  • Ozaukee Interurban Trail (0.1 mile)
    Put on your active gear for an adventurous day along this 30-mile paved trail system across from the hotel, offering opportunities to run, bike, ski and more.
  • Port Washington Marina and Charter Fishing (1 mile)
    If the awesome views aren't enough, the Port Washington Marina also offers fishing, boating and swimming.
    Phone: +1 (262) 284-6606
  • Whistling Straits Golf Course (20 miles)
    This scenic golf course overlooking Lake Michigan is ideal for both beginner and expert golfers. It was also the site of the 2010 PGA Championship.