About Grafton, WI
Situated at the eastern end of State Highway 60 on Interstate 43 in the heart of Ozaukee County, Grafton offers a personal and economic quality of life that draws people and businesses alike to this crossroads community of well-kept homes, tree-lined streets and small-town warmth. Grafton has a very comfortable population of 11,459 residents.
The Grafton Parks and Recreation Department offers many different services that allow residents to get out and enjoy the outdoors. Every season, residents can look through the department’s booklet to find activities sponsored by the department, aquatics activities, and community events. This booklet can be found on the Parks and Recreation Department’s website. The parks department also maintains 17 different parks in the Grafton area that offer picnic shelters, a disc golf course, baseball and soccer fields, and the aquatics center.
When your four-legged friend needs some recreation time, take them over to Muttland Meadows. Muttland Meadows offers a very large area for dogs to run around in, as well as trails so both you and your dog can exercise at the same time. Around the park, there are tons of water bowls for the dogs just in case you forget to bring your own. This off-leash park is sure to please your pup and is a great way for you and your dog to blow off some steam.
Grafton is home to some very unique restaurants that offer one-of-a-kind eats. In downtown Grafton, you’ll find Atlas BBQ, a barbecue joint that offers smoked meats and house-made sauces. Atlas offers daily specials such as 1/2 bottles of wine on Thursday, Friday Fish Frys, and “Wacky Mac Wednesday”. For some authentic Asian cuisine, stop at Bamboo Bistro. This local restaurant offers a menu with a wide range of choices that will satisfy any appetite.
Grafton has something for everyone from outdoor activities to great food. If you’re interested in making the move to Grafton, check out one of the listings below and contact an agent today!