This is Why Everybody Loves Mequon

Just off the beaten path of a vibrant suburban community – Terova’s location is convenient, captivating and FUN!

Area Attractions in Mequon, WI

A Mequon address is highly coveted – for good reason. The beautiful, rolling countryside, proximity to Lake Michigan and access to downtown Milwaukee all come together in the Mequon area, making it one Wisconsin’s most attractive communities.

Stroll, Shop, And Dine ​

The quaint villages of Mequon and Thiensville – a small community located entirely within the geographic boundaries of Mequon – are walkable and friendly, perfect for a casual outing or a visit with friends and family. Stroll the Riverwalk – a paved, landscaped thoroughfare winding along the Milwaukee River. Relax or take in community events at the Thiensville Village Park – a local gathering place and hub of activity.

Whatever your needs – from boutique browsing to everyday essentials – you’ll find it nearby. The charming historic downtown district in Thiensville is perfect for shopping and dining at thriving independent eateries and shops. Mequon also boasts a number of convenient shopping centers and national chain stores.

Enjoy world-class dining options – from casual cafés to upscale fine dining – there’s something for every occasion and every taste featuring a variety of global flavors.

Check out the Mequon Public Market – a new attraction featuring local restaurants, artisans and shopping all in one hip location.

A Natural Abundance

If you love the outdoors, there’s plenty of nearby recreation opportunities to choose from. Right on campus, you’ll find 19-acres of accessible, paved walking trails to meander. Hiking trails, bike paths, and golf courses are easily accessible nearby. The Mequon Nature Preserve – over 400 acres of natural wetlands, forest, and fields – has more than five miles of hiking trails. And the Mee-Kwon County Park features an 18-hole public golf course with free practice areas open to the public and a full-service restaurant. Over 20 other area parks and nature preserves offer canoeing, archery, and as much fresh air as you can breathe in.

Senior Living Community Types

Year-Round Festivals and Events

An active civic community always has something exciting happening – local concerts, farmers markets, and festivals are held year-round, including: