Spectator sports.  Milwaukee has two major league sports franchises. The Milwaukee Brewers baseball club plays in the National League and calls Miller Park home. Miller Park is a retractable roof stadium which opens the roof during good summer weather. Parking is ample around the stadium, which is located just off  I94 west of downtown. The Milwaukee Bucks play in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and play their home games downtown at the Bradley Center. Milwaukee also features two Division I college sports programs in the Marquette Golden Eagles (who joined the Big East Conference in 2005) and the Horizon League's UW-Milwaukee Panthers. Milwaukee also has the Wave, a team in the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL).  The Milwaukee Mile in West Allis (just east of Milwaukee) also hosts many national events throughout the summer, including a NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Truck Series event weekend, an IndyCar Series weekend, and a grassroots stock car racing weekend.


Nite Glow Golf: Milwaukee County parks offer Nite Golf where you can see nothing but the glow balls, flag and the glowing necklaces.  This is a fun event and you need to book in advance. Visit milwaukee county parks website for more details.


Other activities: (Posted only keywords here, will expand later on!)

 Skydiving: Racine skydivemidwest.com

 Indoor Rock climbing gyms

Bowling, Pool, Paintballing

If you go far south towards Vermont,  there is a place which hosts basketball using Dashing cars. This is a team event and fun to play.