Introduction to Fox Point, Wisconsin
Fox Point, Wisconsin, in Milwaukee county, is located 8 miles N of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The village contains a population of approximately 7,012 residents.
Fox Point History
Fox Point was incorporated as a village in the year 1926. Originally, the area that now covers the village was a Dutch settlement. In fact, Fox Point also derived its name from the settlement. It is located Milwaukee County, which was founded in 1834.
Fox Point and nearby Attractions
- Brown-Port Shopping Center
- Albert and Edith Adelman House
- Harrington Beach State Park
- Betty Brinn Children's Museum
- Pabst House
- Pike Lake State Park
Things To Do In Fox Point
Fox Point offers easy access to Harrington Beach State Park, Pike Lake State Park, and Kettle Moraine State Forest. History buffs should visit the museums such as Milwaukee Public Museum, Charles Allis Art Museum, Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design, Waukesha County Historical Society and Museum, and Patrick & Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art. One can shop at the Brown - Port Shopping Center and RiverPoint Village Shopping Center. The village is also home to many churches such as Saint Eugene Church, Fox Point Evangelical Lutheran Church, and North Shore Congregational Church.
Fox Point Transportation
General Mitchell International Airport is a few minutes' drive away.
Fox Point Higher Education
Cardinal Stritch University, Marquette University, and Milwaukee School of Engineering are nearby.