Named #1 “Best Affordable Suburb” in the U.S.  ~ 2009 Business Week


 Pewaukee is a city in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The population was 11,783 at the 2000 census. Pewaukee when translated means “Lake of Shells”.


Today Pewaukee is known as a fisherman’s paradise providing the best Muskie fishing in southeastern Wisconsin. Pewaukee Lake provides seasonal activities as swimming, boating, fishing, strolling the shoreline, and ice skating. Pewaukee Lake is the largest of 77 lakes in Waukesha County.

Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Show: Memorial Day to Labor Day, Thursdays, Lakefront Park

Cinema in the Sand, 2nd Friday, June to August, Lakefront Park.

Ice Age National Scenic Trail

Hwy. 83, Delafield


Lake Country Recreational Trail

Golf Road, Pewaukee


Good Time Rentals– Watercraft

N26W25218 Wisconsin Ave, Pewaukee


Mike’s Extreme Fishing Guide Service

Specializing in Pewaukee Lake

Positively Pewaukee


Indoor Water Park

Country Springs Hotel

2810 Golf Road, Waukesha


Naga-Waukee Park Ice Arena

2699 Golf Rd, Delafield


Waukesha County Parks System



Meadowbrook Village is located in the Waukesha Public School System.

School District: Waukesha  HS: Waukesha North  MS: Horning  ES: Meadowbrook

Private schools like the University Lake School, Waldorf, Heritage, West Suburban Christian Academy and St. Anthony on the Lake Catholic School are nearby. The University of Wisconsin at Waukesha, Waukesha County Technical College are located just minutes away.

(c) Meadowbrook Village Condominiums