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Its very busy and packed in the summer, volleyball and other sports played here. Mostly caucasian people 20-30s, stay out of the water its like ice and I ended up getting a huge number of warts from being in the chemical poisoned water. Lake park...More
We visited Bradford Beach this past weekend when we visited Milwaukee for Labor Day weekend. What a nice beach for right in the center of town! Great views of the blue waters of Lake Michigan! Tiki bars. A place to buy food. Tables to sit...More
A beautiful long strip of sandy beach to relax on in the heart of the city. Swimming area monitored by life guards. A large bathing house is available with restrooms as well as a snack bar and adult bar. Beach chairs and umbrellas available for...More
My wife and I took our two year old to Bradford Beach three times during our visit to Milwaukee. There are volleyball courts, tiki huts and plenty of room to throw a frisbee or something. The bathrooms weren’t the greatest but about what I expected....More
We visited here on Friday, July 5th after reading rave reviews about it. We parked near a custard shop and walked to the beach area, passing areas that looked like the south side of Chicago (the homeless side) Sketchy to say the least. The water...More
Fun in the Sun on one of the top urban beaches in the United States. This is a gorgeous way to spend the day. The beach is large and there is plenty of room to spread out. If you enjoy playing or watching Beach Volleyball...More
Bradford Beach is a great place to visit with the family or friends, and makes you feel like you're not in Wisconsin, which is really cool. In the summer there are plenty of things to do such as beach volleyball tournaments, and in the winter...More
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You can picnic so long as you don't bring glass. Parking is free and off street. It stretches down the length of the lake. As far as pool floats, not sure those are a good idea. This water is typically too cold to swim in... More
You can picnic so long as you don't bring glass. Parking is free and off street. It stretches down the length of the lake. As far as pool floats, not sure those are a good idea. This water is typically too cold to swim in. You won't see many people in it. Bring water shoes if you want to go in, as it is a rock bottom beach and not sand.