Northeast Wisconsin Activities and Attractions
The northeast region of Wisconsin is made up of thousands of shimmering lakes and waterways that lure boaters, white water rafters, anglers, water-skiers, and swimmers.
Thick green forests, meadowlands, and cascading streams call for relaxing days and lots for outdoor recreation.
Take a drive to Door County and enjoy over 300 miles of scenic shoreline and seaside experience in the heart of the Midwest. This little piece of land extends out into Lake Michigan and features quaint waterfront villages, incredible natural landscape, and an island community feel that is a world-class destination.
Head over to Green Bay and spend some time in the oldest community in Wisconsin. Originally settle by the French, Green Bay was as fur trading hub of the Midwest. Today the city is probably most famous for it’s football team the Green Bay Packers. If traveling through during football season, try to catch a game at Lambeau Field. If you are visiting during the off-season, you can learn all about the team at the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
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Bring history to life at Heritage Hill State Historical Park. Watch the blacksmith pound iron or perhaps make butter at the Belgian Farm. Walk through over 48 acres of land, featuring 25 historic buildings, five that are listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
Located in Green Bay, on the banks of the Fox River, the Neville Public Museum is an excellent source of regional history featuring art, science, and history exhibits. Head to the south side and take a tour of the Oneida Nation Museum, the largest exhibition of Oneida Nation history, culture and artifacts
Parks & Recreation
While visiting Green Bay during the summer months, take the kids to Bay Beach Amusement Park and check out over sixteen carnival rides that will entertain all ages. Head to Door County and you will find five state parks, 19 county parks, and 53 Lake Michigan beaches offering lots of outdoor recreation opportunities.
The northeast region of Wisconsin is home to the legendary Green Bay Packers. During the NFL season, the Packers play their home games at Lambeau Field. This is also the home to the Packers Hall of Fame. Here you will find a 15,000 square foot facility filled with a treasure trove of Packers artifacts and interactive displays used to tell the greatest story in sports.