GeoTour: Welcome to Northpoint
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Welcome to the Northpoint neighborhood and Lake Park, voted Milwaukee’s best public park in 2012. Take a look around the park to discover views of Lake Michigan, southeastern Wisconsin's largest waterfall and the stunning architecture of the historic mansions along Lake Drive!
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To the EAST, you'll see parts of Lake Park including the golf course and Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro, one of Milwaukee’s most romantic restaurants. To the SOUTH, if you continue along Lake Dr. and Wahl Avenue, you'll find the 74-foot-tall North Point Lighthouse, stunning views of Bradford Beach and eventually, North Avenue’s vibrant dining and nightlife scene. If you make it there, don’t miss the Oriental Theater. Built in 1927, this restored landmark features an opulent interior filled with original gold Buddhas, porcelain lions and crystal chandeliers. To the WEST, you'll see some of the historic mansions of Milwaukee's East Side, many originally built and owner by Milwaukee's wealthiest residents. To the NORTH, you’ll discover the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus.
TO FIND YOUR CACHE: Decode the words below!
PASSPORT CHALLENGE: If you are completing our passport (download at www.visitmilwaukee.org/geocache), walk east to Lake Park Bistro, then south along the path until you find the statue of E.B. Wolcott. Read the first line to decode this word.
Want to explore more? Head south on the path to find the 74-foot-tall North Point Lighthouse! Or, follow the path down the ravine and you’ll find yourself at Bradford Beach, the largest public beach along Lake Michigan.
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NOTE: VISIT Milwaukee received permission from the Milwaukee County Parks to place this cache. Permit #285.
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Last Updated: on 3/24/2015 3:05:49 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:05 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum