Southeast Wisconsin

Southeast Wisconsin is a region of Wisconsin. As home to state's largest city, Milwaukee, as well Kenosha, Racine and Waukesha, Southeast Wisconsin is the population center and most developed area of Wisconsin.
Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin, United States. The city's population is 594,833 with an estimated total of 2,025,898 in the Milwaukee metropolitan area.
Walworth County is a county is located in Southeast Wisconsin. While being the most rural county in the region, it enjoys a strong tourism industry in Lake Geneva and Delavan.
Kenosha County is a county in Southeast Wisconsin and home to Wisconsin's third largest city, Kenosha.
Cedarburg is a small city in Wisconsin, about 30 minutes by car north of Milwaukee.
Delafield is a city in Southeast Wisconsin. Delafield, Wisconsin is located among the tranquil water and rolling hills of Waukesha County’s “Lake Country," just between Milwaukee and Madison.
Racine is a city in Southeast Wisconsin along Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Root River.
West Bend is a city of 30,000 people in Southeast Wisconsin. Located 45 minutes north of Milwaukee on Highway 45, but south of Fond du Lac.
Pewaukee, Wisconsin is the name for two municipalities. There is the City of Pewaukee and the Village of Pewaukee which border each other.
Port Washington is a city in Southeast Wisconsin. Port Washington is a quick hop off of I-43 between Milwaukee and Sheboygan.
Waukesha is a city in Southeast Wisconsin. It is located about 20 miles West of Downtown Milwaukee Interstate 94 is the main East-West route through Waukesha.
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