From family-friendly recreational activities to theatre, to a rich Luxembourg culture found nowhere else in the country, Belgium offers a plethora of places to explore.
Immerse Yourself in
World Class Culture
Belgium is home to the Luxembourg American Cultural Center and Society, the only Luxembourg center of its kind outside of Luxembourg. The LACS sponsors the village's annual Luxembourg Heritage Weekend- the World's Largest Luxembourg Family Reunion, and Luxembourg Fest, a weekend long celebration each August.
When in Belgium, stop by the LACS and visit its showpiece, "Roots and Leaves" Museum. Whether you are a Luxembourger by heritage or not, you will revel in its stories of immigrant travelers who made their way to Ozaukee County in the 1800s as well as learn about the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, past and present. You may also enjoy visiting the LACS's Dooley-Wagner Research Center for the largest collection of Luxembourg genealogy, heritage, and culture outside of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg itself.
Catch a Show!
Known as “YourLive Entertainment Destination” for dinner theater, audience-interactive murder mysteries, and their famous Chicken Comedy nights, Memories Ballroom's friendly service, delectable dinners, stunning seasonal decor and top-notch productions at reasonable prices ensure you will leave with happy “Memories.”
Where to Stay
Spend a Day (or a Week) at the Lake!
The beautiful Harrington Beach State Park, a 702-acre park and campground set along the tranquil shores of Lake Michigan is just a short distance outside Village limits. When its 73 camp sites opened for business in 2009, Harrington became the first campground opened by the Wisconsin State Park system in over 20 years.
Come hike our Quarry Lake, fish at Puckett's Pond, or amble leisurely along our one mile of lakefront sandy shoreline.
Take advantage of this opportunity to connect with nature at this natural Wisconsin treasure, located just a few minutes off Hwy 43.
Plenty of Places to Splash and Play!
Did you know Belgium boasts the only Splash Pad in Ozaukee County? Grab a towel and bring the kids to Village Hall, located at 104 Peter Thein Avenue, to enjoy a free summer cool down. Our timed splash pad is the perfect place for the kids to safely splash and play on those hot summer days.
Belgium enjoys a prime location on the beautiful Ozaukee County Interurban Bike Trail. This 30-mile paved trail spans the length of Ozaukee County and connects the Brown Deer Recreational Trail to the south and the Sheboygan Interurban Trail to the north. It travels along railroad tracks for most of its distance and is known for its birding hot spots. Belgium offers parking for bikers at the Community Park on Beech Street, as well as a bike repair station found at the crossing of the bike trail and Main Street.
In winter, break out the fat tire bikes or cross country skis. The snow-covered trails make for peaceful winter paths.
Hike, ski, fish, hunt, bird watch, and explore 116 acres of land that plays host to a “patchwork quilt” of habitats supporting migratory birds, reptiles, and animals at the Forest Beach Migratory Preserve. Located at the former site of Squires Golf Course.