Upon arrival into Shorewood Hills, the new Madisonian would find a welcoming, closely-knit community located just off the isthmus and downtown Madison. With events ranging from neighborhood art fairs to kayak shares, there are activities for everyone in this embracing community. The neighborhood often hosts parades for holidays such as Fourth of July and other major holidays that makes every neighbor feel welcome and at home.
While still heeding the perks of the large capital city, Shorewood embraces the natural and comforting feeling of Lake Mendota. With several parks in the area, there is never a lack of activities. If you would like to take a dip in the pool, Shorewood has an incredible community pool, and Lake Mendota is just around the corner. One may choose other lake sports such as kayaking, canoeing, waterskiing, tubing, ice-skating, hiking, biking and much, much more. With the luxuries of downtown Madison just minutes away, it would be difficult for a resident to be bored.
Lake Mendota -- Madison, WI
The elementary education system celebrates its diversity as it welcomes students, whose parents reside at the University of Wisconsin, come from all over the world. The Shorewood schools receive benefits being a member of the Madison Metropolitan School District, which a fantastic education for their children. Shorewood Hills residents attend either Madison West High School or James Madison Memorial High School.
If you are hunting for a new home, you want to put Shorewood Hills on your list.