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The Pub

How To Find The Pub

The Pub is located conveniently in the heart of downtown Oconomowoc. If you'd like to find us through Google, Click this link to see a Google map.

Alternatively, we have provided a Pubble Map of our own, which we believe will guide you nicely with the directions provided below. It is so complete, the site can't quite contain it!

How to find The Pub in Oconomowoc


Click here for a PDF version of these directions, with map included (516k).

Route 1: From Highway 94 (East or West)
Get off on Exit 282 and head North on Highway 67 (do not take the new 67 North bypass). Follow the leftward fork where it turns into Summit Avenue. Continue for approximately 3 miles, past Silver Lake Street and the old train station. Take a right on to South Main street and cross the train tracks. You can turn right almost immediately into the pulbic parking lot, or proceed for a block and turn left on to South Street. Park in the First Bank parking lot, on your right. Alternatively, you can also proceed through the intersection; we're a half-block beyond that, on the left. Park on the street. Feels good to say that.

2. From East (locally)
Take Highway 16 West. This becomes Wisconsin Ave. in Oconomowoc. Do not follow the Highway 16 Bypass north. Turn right on Fowler, then left on Pleasant, and proceed directly to the public parking lot. The Pub is across the street from the West end of the lot.

3. From North (locally)
Take WI-67 South. This becomes Lake Drive in Oconomowoc. Just before you hit downtown, turn right into Memorial Park parking lot. Walk half block South to The Pub.

4. From West (locally)
Take Highway 16 East. This becomes Wisconsin Ave. in Oconomowoc. Two choices: either proceed to just before the stop light, then turn left into the parking lot behind The Pub (we keep the back door open), or turn right on Locust, then left on South St. Follow South St. three blocks East to Church St. and park in the First Bank lot.

As always, please obey all posted speed limits. The local constabulary remains ever vigilant.