2023 Green Bay Destination Guide

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Green Bay Beyond Legendary


Nestled along the

banks of the Bay of Green Bay and the Fox River,

Green Bay, Wisconsin is the state’s oldest European settlement and third most populated city. Green Bay and the surrounding areas in Brown County have a population of more than 260,000 residents ready to welcome visitors to explore our outstanding attractions, outdoor activities, recreation, sports, restaurants and more. Come along and Discover Green Bay throughout this guide.

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8 GREATER GREEN BAY AREA COMMUNITIES Discover what makes each community in our area unique and how to best experience it as a visitor. FEATURE STORIES 20 Coming Home to Gather 26 Trails and Ales 33 New in ‘23 42 PARKS Explore our area’s more than two dozen parks with unique amenities from hiking to picnic areas and playgrounds. 55 LISTINGS There’s so much to explore around every corner in Green Bay. Find attractions, restaurants, stores, breweries, wineries and more! 55 Attractions 60 Shopping 62 Dining 67 Breweries & Wineries 69 Accommodations 75 Transportation 76 Community Resources WINNING IS IN OUR NATURE. Please gamble responsibly. 1-800-238-4263 | OneidaCasino.net Official Casino & Hotel of the Green Bay Packers
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Algoma Allouez

Lakeshore beauty

Take time for a scenic drive – only 37 miles east of Green Bay on Highway 54 you’ll discover the quaint lakeshore community of Algoma. It will be worth the trip; especially if you’re an outdoor enthusiast.

Located on the western shore of Lake Michigan and the banks of the Ahnapee River, there are plenty of water activities to enjoy. Algoma has the top port for charter fishing in the state. Not an angler? Take kayaks out on the river for a day of adventure and exercise.

The Ahnapee State Trail provides 30 miles of fun during all four seasons. The crushed limestone surface is perfect for walking, running, biking, hiking, snowshoeing, crosscountry skiing, and even snowmobiling.

Algoma is more than outdoors. Make sure to leave time to visit von Stiehl Winery, Wisconsin’s oldest licensed winery. Then enjoy a meal at one of Algoma’s many dining options. Son of Skaliwags is delightfully surprising, boasting a 5-star menu inside a classic Wisconsin dive bar.

You won’t regret spending time in Algoma.


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ABOVE: Studio 1212. Photo by artografic.com.

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Historic outdoor recreation

Hop on your bike and explore Allouez. The Fox River Trail winds down the banks of this community with many places to discover just off the trail. This southeast neighborhood in Green Bay is well known for its historical landmarks, hidden waterfront restaurants, and its access to recreational activities.

In Allouez, you can combine interesting local history and wonderful dining experiences. Coffee Wizardz is a great local coffee shop located just blocks from Heritage Hill State Historical Park. So grab a latte and head over for an immersive historical experience and a colonial-period adventure.

When you start to work up an appetite you’ll have plenty to choose from. The Allouez Cafe is a traditional diner serving up some tasty breakfast favorites and lunch staples. Or stop by Los Magueyes Mexican Restaurant to enjoy some of the area’s best Mexican cuisine. Studio 1212 Cafe & Wine Bar offers great wine, cocktails, and cuisine with a stunning waterfront view. Allouez is also home to the Fox River Kayaking Company. They offer guided excursions and will equip independent outings on the Fox River so you can finish your day with a sunset paddle.

TOP: Heritage Hill State Historical Park. Photo by Rachel Hershberger. TOP: Algoma Lighthouse. von Stiehl Winery Wet Whistle Wine Fest.

Ashwaubenon Bellevue

Entertainment and Sports

You’ve found yourself in the heart of the entertainment district. After you're done exploring Titletown, the rest of this village, west of Green Bay, will steal your heart.

The first ever indoor climbing gym in Northeast Wisconsin, just arrived on the scene in the heart of Ashwaubenon. Odyssey Climbing is great for experts and beginners. Offering everything from yearly passes to birthday parties and even fitness classes.

Ashwaubenon is the epicenter of entertainment, shopping, and dining. For a collection of big-box stores, Bay Park Square Mall rests in the center of the neighborhood. Make your way down Oneida Street and you’ll notice plenty of dining options including Dirt, The Clean Juicery. Dirt features hand-crafted juices, smoothies and bowls packed with energizing nutrient-rich ingredients.

This lovely community also is home to many local can’t-miss shops like The Heel Shoe Fitters, Saranac Glove Outlet and Run Away Shoes. You can shop for your outdoor gear with Lambeau Field in sight. Don’t let that distract you from all the great restaurants and bars within walking distance!

Sports fans, you’re in luck. Ashwaubenon is also home to the Resch Complex, which includes Resch Expo and Resch Center. Home to the Green Bay Phoenix Men’s Basketball Team, The Green Bay Gamblers and Green Bay Blizzard Indoor Football. Ashwaubenon also boasts Capital Credit Union Park. Just around the corner on Holmgren Way, home of The Green Bay Rockers Baseball Team.

TOP: Games in the Titletown District. Photo by

ABOVE: Shopping at The Heel.

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Naturally Unique

Just to the Southeast of Downtown Green Bay, you’ll run straight into the village of Bellevue where you can find outdoor recreation, shopping and tasty restaurants.

And don’t forget your four-legged companion in Bellevue. Let them run out their energy at the Bellevue Dog Park.

When Fido is tuckered out, there’s a lot for humans to explore. Grab your clubs and head to Mr. Golf for a full-service driving range and golf shop complete with an AboutGolf Simulator.

Try out some new clubs and improve your game!

Then head just down the road to Osprey Point where you can walk the trails and reconnect with nature. You may even catch a glimpse of the namesake bird in her nest.

This will surely work up an appetite and there are plenty of options in Bellevue. Umi Sushi is a local favorite serving up traditional and unique Japanese cuisine. If you’re in the mood for a classic cafe with a modern flare- Egg Yolk Cafe is a solid choice.

Daily savory and sweet brunch classics from breakfast burritos to banana crepes.

We can’t forget shopping! Chock full of local retailers like Larry’s Bellevue Gardens, and Homestead Decor - where you can find all your decor and landscaping products!Bellevue is sure to meet all your retail needs.

And for a nightcap make a stop at Willow Creek Lanes for a fun night of bowling with friends!


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TOP: East River Trail. Photo by Annette Grunseth. Bellevue Food Truck Rally. Rachel Hershberger.

ABOVE: Fishing on the Fox River.

De Pere Green Bay

Downtown Discoveries Family Fun & Nightlife

Make your way South on the Fox River and you might hear “De Pere” and “West De Pere.” Don’t be confused - it’s one city, separated by one river, with two school districts (East=Redbirds, West=Phantoms). No matter the side of the river you find yourself on, you’re sure to have a blast.

The City of De Pere is home to many unique parks and water-side recreation. The VFW Park on the city’s west side is a great place for families to enjoy the new waterpark with a zero-entry pool, 2 diving boards, 3 slides, an activity area with basketball hoops, a rock climbing wall, and more! But there are great parks all over De Pere! Voyageur Park on the city’s east side is a riverfront oasis featuring walking trails, a large play structure, fishing peers, and more. It’s also home to De Pere's Annual Celebrate De Pere festival on Memorial Day weekend - a kick-off to the summer season.

Move to the heart of the downtown area - the west side is home to St. Norbert College. Where there are college kids, there is food, bars, and entertainment. Stellas is a great up-scale Italian restaurant great for a date night or wine night with the gals. Head a block down and grab classic American cuisine at The Abbey Bar and Grill. If you need a caffeine boost, Luna Coffee Roasters and The Exchange are unique local coffee shops.

The east side of downtown will be home to the Mulva Cultural Center (read more on page 41). It’s also the location for one of the most historic buildings and supper clubs in the region - the Union Hotel. The Boyd family has run the hotel for generations and you must get a picture in front of the iconic sign.

Another can’t-miss is the extraordinary De Pere Cinema. It’s not just popcorn here. Order from the menu and your server will dish out great pizza or snacks. Whether it’s parks, recreation, shopping or shows - you’ll never forget your time in De Pere.

There are many sides to the third highest populated city in Wisconsin. From shoreline views and riverside dining to downtown delights and urban living.

Start the Green Bay leg of your trip in the Broadway District. As you stroll along the streets you'll notice plenty of street art and murals. It’s also one of the most historic areas in town. The old Larson Canning building has been renovated and is home to Titletown Brewing’s tap room, Voyagers Bakehouse, and other local businesses. The Neville Public Museum is a joy for all ages with interactive displays, historical artifacts, and a story around every corner. And don’t miss out - the Wednesday evening On Broadway Farmers Market is one of the best in the state.

Then head just over the bridge to the Downtown District on the East side of the river. You’ll be delighted by the dining and recreation options just steps away. The City Deck is a water-front attraction with riverside walking and biking opportunities - and for your kids (or inner kid) there’s a great fountain and splash pad.

Don’t have a bike? Don’t worry! Broken Spoke is right on the City Deck and offers bikes to buy or rent. When

you work up an appetite there are plenty of optionsBoth Fox Harbor and Hagaemiester have wonderful riverside dining. Or try St. Brendan's Inn for traditional Irish fare.

But there’s a lot more to discover in the city limits of Green Bay. In fact - we haven’t even explored the bay shore yet. Stop at Paradise North Distilling- tucked in South Bay Marina- you’ll find unique cocktails and some of the best water views in the area. Then head just a few miles down the road and find great family fun at Bay Beach Amusement Park (home to the Zippin Pippin roller coaster), the Green Bay Children’s Museum, go-karting, and mini golf!

You’ll need to plan more than a day in Green Bay because we haven’t even gotten to the Military District, Olde Main, Lambeau Field, and more! There are tons of great attractions, dining, family fun, and outdoor recreation to discover in Green Bay.

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TOP: The Union Hotel and Restaurant. Photo by Rachel Hershberger.

Oneida Nation

Tradition & Culture

The historic Oneida Nation, located just west of Green Bay, always call Northeast Wisconsin home. In fact – this past fall, Oneida commemorated a historic milestone.

September 23, 2022 marked the 200th anniversary of the 1822 Treaty, which established the land base for Oneida, on what was then the Michigan territory, in Wisconsin. About a year later, Oneida families from the east began to travel from New York to the newly established territory. To acknowledge this significant event, Oneida honors all those who came before them and all those who helped them become what they are today. Oneida feels especially blessed and privileged to recognize the contributions from the Ho-Chunk and Menominee Nations.

Throughout the decades, these Nations have persevered to ensure their culture and language would be passed on to future generations. The Oneida Nation continues to enhance travel experiences and invites you to learn more about all the Indigenous Nations in Wisconsin.

In this area, you will find many opportunities to learn

more about the Oneida’s rich, unique culture and have a fun-filled day that you will remember for years and years to come!

Oneida has so many opportunities if you want to play the day away. Start with a trip to the Oneida Buffalo Overlook, where you can see a free-roaming herd of over one hundred buffalo!

If you want to try your luck at poker, blackjack, bingo, slot machines, or even bet on your favorite teams at their sportsbook, make a stop at Oneida Casino.

Located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Oneida Casino is the state’s premier gaming entertainment destination offering all the action you’re looking for. An array of bars and dining options, plus an attached hotel, makes Oneida Casino perfect for a weekend getaway. It’s no wonder Oneida Casino is the official casino of the Green Bay Packers.

Afterward, stop at the Amelia Cornelius Culture Park, located about 10 minutes away from Oneida Casino on State Hwy 54. Here you can get a rare chance to see a full-sized replica of a traditional Oneida longhouse with an artificial bark covering that is hand-painted by

September 23, 2022 marked the 200th anniversary of the 1822 Treaty, which established the land base for Oneida, on what was then the Michigan territory, in Wisconsin. To acknowledge this signi cant event, we honor all those who came before us and all those who helped us become what we are today We feel especially blessed and privileged to recognize the contributions from the Ho-Chunk and Menominee Nations.


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local artists. The 65-foot structure represents the home dwelling Oneida People lived in hundreds of years ago. Along with the longhouse, the park also features traditional log homes, fully furnished with objects and artifacts that literally send you back in time.

Another must-see is the Oneida Nation Museum if you want to learn more about the history of the Oneida Nation and get a sense of their way of life over the last several centuries. At the museum, you can see original Haudenosaunee (People of the Longhouse) artwork and artifacts, take a stroll through the nature trails, and visit the Three Sisters Garden.

There are many ways to experience Oneida culture through food. Cedar and Sage Grill House, located in the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, offers a great dining experience featuring culturally significant dishes using indigenous ingredients from Oneida Farms. Farmers' markets are such a great way to not only stock up on healthy snacks but also to really experience the area just like a local would. If you’re visiting between June and October, you will be able to check out the Oneida Farmers Market, which happens every Thursday from 12 pm to 6 pm. Here, you can get some farm fresh foods, talk to the vendors, and pick up a locally made craft item to take home with you!

For more information, go online to ExploreOneida.com or follow Oneida Tourism on Facebook.

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Oneida longhouse and Three Sisters Garden.


Wild Outdoor Adventures

Howard and Suamico are among the fastest-growing suburbs of Green Bay. You’ll find these neighboring communities located just north of the city, and whether you want to play a round of disc golf, grab a delicious pub burger, see some wild animals, or do a little shopping, you’re in for a great time.

Start in Howard by browsing the Shoppes of Thornberry. Here, you’ll find one-of-a-kind, locallyowned boutique stores like Cheryl’s Healthy Pet Market and Hey Daisy. You’ll also find an incredible artisan bakery called Breadsmith, which is the perfect place to grab a freshly baked loaf of bread or a flaky croissant.

Love the outdoors? Howard is the perfect place to reconnect with nature. Pamperin Park is a fantastic recreation hub. With everything from disc golfing to hiking. Plus it has a giant wooden playground with plenty of spots to set up a picnic for the whole family. Ready for a bite? Make sure to check out Iron Duck Restaurant for a fantastic dining experience or check out one of the area’s best burgers at Bacon Burger Company.

Then get your adventure on at the NEW (Northeast Wisconsin) Zoo and Adventure Park in Suamico! The park is full of wonderful experiences and exciting animals. With more than 90 species and 200 individual animals, you’ll leave having learned so much - and maybe a new fluffy friend from the gift shop. Then test your nerves at the Adventure Park located just outside of the Zoo. Try the ropes course, zip line, climbing walls, and kids course. New in 2023! Enjoy a bird's-eye view of the exhibits with the canopy tour!

Do you have some sports lovers in your group? You’ll definitely want to check out the Nouryon Sports Complex. It is a MASSIVE 92-acre sports complex with an 18-hole disc golf course, softball diamonds, batting cages, a playground, and a wooded area to hike through!

Wrightstown & Town of Scott

Small Town Charm


Just on the southern border of Brown County, you’ll find the quaint community of Wrightstown. But don’t let the size of this village fool you - there is a ton to see and do. Wrightstown is home to the Waterboard Warriors Ski Show team. Each Thursday in the summer head to the banks of the Fox River and enjoy the show complete with ski jumps, pyramids, and costumes.

Head just down the road from the ski show area and find fine dining in a casual setting at Lost Key Tap or grab a latte to warm up at The River Coffee.

There’s plenty of outdoor recreation in Wrightstown as well. From kayak rentals to hiking or biking the Fox River Trail, you can plan a day inside the outdoors. And when you work up a thirst, Ledgestone Vineyards and Gnarly Cedar Brewing are just a short few miles outside of the villiage in Greenleaf.


The Town of Scott is a beautiful cozy little bay-side town with an abundance of scenic views and nature to explore. In fact, the Town of Scott is home to one of the two waterfalls in our region. Wequiock Falls is a great place to explore. From hiking to the waterfall to picnics in the park - the entire family will enjoy chasin’ waterfalls.

Feeling creative and inspired by nature? Check out Swanstone Gardens. They offer hands-on classes to create fun works of art in beautiful settings. Plus they offer tours and have a can’t-miss gift shop with unique items for any nature lover.

Just to the west of the Town of Scott in Champion, Wisconsin you’ll find refuge and spiritual healing on the peaceful, sacred grounds where the Blessed Mother appeared to Adele Brise in 1859. The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help is the first and only vatican approved Marian apparition site in the United States.


ABOVE: The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help,.

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Coming Home

to Gather


Nestled in the heart of the historical Broadway District in Downtown Green Bay sat a treasure. A treasure that thousands upon thousands of shoppers at the On Broadway Farmers Market casually strolled by while picking out their fresh veggies and enjoying local fare on sun-soaked Wednesday evenings. An old building, with boards over the previous garage doors and for sale signs in the windows.

In 1945, this building opened as the Jones Motor Company and was a mainstay in the Broadway District for many years. The building was well constructed with soaring ceilings, steel frame, wood accents, and walls of original Cream City bricks.

In 2016, a young chef and her husband, a wide-eyed and eager entrepreneur whom she met in Los Angeles, returned to Green Bay from a stint in Hollywood. Together they would tear down the boards and remove the for sale signs leaving in its place, a destination creating unique experiences (and great food) for weddings, events, meetings, and of course, those Wednesday evening Farmers Market shoppers. A place where people could Gather on Broadway.


Fresh out of Southwest High School in Green Bay, becoming a renowned chef was never in the plan for Jyll Everman. In fact, she didn’t even want to go to college. She attended Northern Michigan University for two years, to appease her parents – of course. After the agreed upon two years and without choosing a major, it was time to pursue the path she always wanted – life in the big city with dreams of a professional singing career. But where to go? Inspired by the 1996 Jo Dee Messina classic she flipped a coin. Heads New York, Tails California. Tails never fails.


Sometimes one dream is paused to pursue a passion.

Even though Tommy Everman would rather eat Taco Bell than Smoked Salmon Crostini, he has a passion for hospitality. In fact, he spent time working in the fine dining and hospitality industry in Los Angeles. At one of his stops in his career, he met a young chef who would eventually convince him to move halfway across the country to Green Bay, Wisconsin. Together Tommy and Jyll would share a vision for a gathering place that would not only host events but create experiences that leave people with something to remember.

“When people tell the story of Gather they sometimes focus on me. But truly, my husband is the brains behind the whole thing,” said Jyll. “I’m just kind of the razzle-dazzle, I do the videos and I cook, but he’s the one that brought the whole thing to life.”


Jyll and Tommy were happy, living out their calling. Tommy in hospitality, Jyll in various cooking ventures. In 2011, Jyll even competed in the Food Network Television Series, “The Next Food Network Star.”

But it was time to start thinking about the future. Where did they want to raise their kids? Does Jyll want to be closer to family? Tommy’s a California kid, could he be happy away from home? Where could they pursue their dreams and be fulfilled in life, community, and business? To Jyll and Tommy, the answer was clear. It was Green Bay.

The couple was familiar with the area. In fact, they would come back regularly to visit family and friends. But they did notice some changes.

“When I was a kid growing up Broadway was not somewhere to go hang out,” said Jyll. “But then coming back and seeing the progression of Broadway and the renovation of Broadway, we were excited to be a part of that.”

Tommy and said ‘can we afford this?’ It was beyond scary, but the vision was there. We all had the vision.”

They both knew it could be something special, a place like Green Bay has not seen before, a place where visitors and locals alike would one day gather for some of their most memorable experiences.


Gather has now been open to the public since August 2016 and Jyll and Tommy have been welcoming groups with open arms and warm hospitality. On the surface it may seem like Gather is simply a beautiful and unique destination for weddings, private parties, corporate events, or family gatherings. And it is. Tommy will wow you with ideas and unique ways to spruce up the space for your event and Jyll will dazzle with culinary delights.

But it’s also become part of the Green Bay community.

If you’re out and about on Wednesdays in the summer you can find original recording artists performing live music on their stage, or get tickets to events like Breakfast with Santa, Glitz & Gather 90's Dance Night, specialty dinners, and more!

But Jyll and Tommy’s mission to create unique experiences is never ending.

“Food just brings people together, and creates experiences,” said Jyll. “I loved that experience and wanted to be a part of bringing it to people. So I found myself enrolling in culinary school.”

Living in Los Angeles, Jyll was surrounded by some of the best chefs and fine-dining restaurants in the country. Here she discovered her passion for food.

Working in restaurants around town and completing culinary school, Jyll honed her craft and worked her way up in kitchens around the city. It’s here she found a partner in life and business.

Jyll and Tommy would soon discover that moving across the country with kids and starting over was difficult. But starting a business out of a boarded-up old motor repair shop well - that was just scary.

“Terrifying. It [the building] was not in the best condition,” said Jyll “I walked in and I looked at

“[in the future] Gather will be doing the same thing it is now, but better,” said Jyll. “There’s never a time me, Tommy, and our team are not talking about what is trending, what is up and coming, what’s another way to make people feel incredible.”

And just a note – no, Jyll has not gone back to singing (aside from a late-night karaoke session here and there).

Discover more about Gather on Broadway online at www.gatheronbroadway.com.

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Midwesterners are known for their hospitality. Whether you are looking for a tour guide or not, Green Bay residents are always ready to show you the town or suggest a “musteat” booyah or best old-fashioned. If you are looking for a structured tour of Green Bay, we have plenty to offer.

Lambeau Field Tours are consistently rated among the best in professional sports. Your informed guide will take you to little-seen locations in the stadium and share the story of how a team and a city are so closely connected. If you’re a football historian, the Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours will give you an in-depth look into the legendary NFL franchise. Embark on their climate-controlled trolleys and travel back 100 years to the city's inception of the Packers.

Explore Green Bay beyond the Packers. Hop aboard the River Tyme – a restored 1953 Riverboat – for a scenic tour of the river and the surrounding area. Or check out the water-view tour of downtown. The Foxy Paddler takes you on the Fox River with pit stops at your local waterfront bars. Ages 21+ are able to join their public and private tours. An unexpected way to see the region is on a Segway tour with Segway the Fox. Choose from historic, nature, or footballthemed tour options. Don’t worry - the Segway is a safe and fun way to take a tour and their experienced guides will make sure you’re ready to go before you embark!

Looking for an outside-the-box tour? Green Bay Ghost Tours are sure to get your blood pumping. Explore the history of Green Bay by visiting actual haunted historical locations.

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Event USA: Be Part of Football History

Consistently ranked #1 for “Fan Experience,” attending a football game in Green Bay is a wellknown phenomenon to many fans from around the world. Green Bay’s professional football history predates the modern NFL and they have more world championships than any other franchise. The smallest city to be home to a professional sports team has the biggest heritage and tradition.

And there is no better way to steep yourself in this fantastic experience and to “become a part of football history” than letting Event USA take care of the details. With a stadium capacity of 81,000, attendance at home games is not far behind the population of the City of Green Bay itself! Join that crowd with game tickets from Event USA, whether you need just a few tickets or enough to entertain a group of friends, family, or business associates numbering in the hundreds. Need more than just game tickets? Event USA has a wide range of packages that include hotel stays, transportation, pregame parties, opportunities to meet legendary players, and so much more. Group entertaining experiences can be customized to your desires by Event USA.

Attending a game home game in Green Bay is a dynamic shared experience with 80,000 likeminded fans. Event USA is a big reason why the game day experience is like no other in the country. Event USA has served over one million fans throughout its thirty-plus-year history. Whether it's on home turf or traveling to away games (even games in London), Event USA is a curator for full green and gold adventures.

Event USA’s signature approach and unmatched knowledge make them the best choice for fans who are looking for an effortless historic football experience, whether it’s just getting the best seats in the house, or a full weekend outing.

Visit EventUSA.com or call 920-PACKERS and plan your next Game Day or Game Weekend in Green Bay.

To discover more activities in Green Bay during a home game weekend, turn to page 53.

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Green Bay Football

There’s more than one pro team that calls the Green Bay region home. If you find yourself in Green Bay between March and July with a craving to catch a game, look no further than the Green Bay Blizzard - a member of the Indoor Football League (IFL).

The IFL started in 2009 following a merger between the United Indoor Football League and the Intense Football League. There are currently 14 teams, and they play a 15-game schedule - so there’s plenty of home or away games to choose from.

The Green Bay Blizzard's mission is simple: “To provide affordable family fun and an award-winning gameday experience, while bringing families together and impacting our community.”

Tickets start at just $12, but prices vary depending on where you sit. If you find yourself in the first row, or “Buried Alive” section, you will be incredibly close to the action. The distance between the sideline and your seat is a matter of feet. Undoubtedly, you will feel the speed and intensity of the game, and could even end up with a player in your lap!

Once you attend a Blizzard game, you are sure to want more. The camaraderie and family-friendly atmosphere reminds you of why football is such a beloved American sport. Players often play “rock-paper-scissors” with kids in the crowd, Blizzard staff curate fun theme nights, and the team practices a “catch it, keep it” policy. Field goals are not captured by a net; instead, spectators in the end zone should be ready to catch a flying football at any moment. At the end of each game, fans can take the field for the “Fifth Quarter” for an opportunity to meet the players and get pictures and autographs.

The Green Bay Blizzard players are not just committed to playing football; they are also devoted to the community. Players participate in mentorship programs, sports camps, and appearances at local schools. You can even find the players eating lunch with students on their frequent visits.

Grab your tickets for the 2023 season by scanning the QR code.

To find more family-friendly activities turn to page 53.


Green Bay is one of the most historical communities in Wisconsin. Long before European settlers sailed to the shores of Green Bay, many indigenous tribes called this region home. And their impact and culture remain a part of the community. Today, the Green Bay region is home to the historic Oneida Nation. Just west of the city, Oneida Nation is home to the Amelia Cornelius Culture Park with a full-sized replica of a traditional Oneida longhouse. The replica has an artificial bark covering that is hand-painted by local artists. The 65foot structure represents the home dwelling Oneida People lived in hundreds of years ago. Along with the longhouse, the park also features traditional log homes, fully furnished with objects and artifacts that literally send you back in time.

For an even more immersive history of the area head to Heritage Hill State Historical Park in Allouez. Here trained

actors bring history to life! You’ll also be able to get up close and personal with the past. Heritage Hill has 26 original and reconstructed buildings representing historical and cultural developments relevant to Northeastern Wisconsin from the 1600s to the present. Talk about a walk through history!

To explore our history and culture even further make sure to stop by the Neville Public Museum in the Broadway District in Downtown Green Bay. From woolly mammoths to Spectacular Science, learn all about the natural history of the region in a fun and interactive displays.

There’s so much more to explore, like the historical Astor neighborhood, The Automobile Gallery, the Brown County Historical Society, the National Railroad Museum, and more. If you’re a history buff, make sure to plan an extra day in Green Bay.


Trails & Ales

If you read any article or list on beer culture in the United States you’ll see Wisconsin as a hub for beer and brewing. And that tradition has grown stronger with the explosion in craft brewers in the past 10 years. It’s also true that around here, we love exploring the outdoors. Our miles and miles of trails are welcoming during all seasons.

So we thought, let’s put two of our favorite things together. And there you have it. Trails and Ales. For the outdoor adventurer who likes to wind down with a good brew.


The Fox River Trail provides riverside beauty winding through Brown County. The 25-mile trail is partially asphalt through the 11-mile city and riverside stretch and turns to crushed gravel as you get south of De Pere. On this trail, you’ll be able to take in the scenery from Downtown Green Bay, past the City Deck, through the Allouez historic district, through De Pere’s downtown, and then out into nature in Wrightstown and Greenleaf. There’s no shortage of activities available on the Fox River Trail. Grab your bike or rollerblades, walking shoes, or even horseback, and enjoy the outdoors any way you’d like. Even in the winter the asphalt stretch of the trail is plowed and ready for use. A state trail pass is required for bicycling, in-line skating, and horseback riding.


After a warm summer ride on the Fox River Trail, you will definitely have worked up a thirst. And there’s no better place to find a cold beverage than right across the Dousman Street Bridge at Copper State Brewing Company. Their cozy and modern interior will welcome you right to the bar - but if you’d like to enjoy the outdoors, their beer garden and outdoor dining provide great city views. We’d recommend the staple, Stilt Stepper IPA - a light refreshing New England Style Pale Ale that will delight your palate. If you’re really looking for a post-ride treat you can also try one of their many sours or slushie beers by season.


Located along the west shore of the Bay of Green Bay, the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve has 920 acres of forest, meadows, and wetlands where prehistoric Indigenous tribes once hunted, fished, and camped. Today this natural area is home to and a refuge for a wide variety of waterfowl, wildlife, and plant species. Over 9 miles of scenic hiking trails run through the marshes and forests of the preserve. These trails are also groomed for cross-country skiing in the winter months. Barkhausen is also home to the first-of-its-kind Sensory Woods which connects people with all abilities to the sensations of nature.


After experiencing all the native and migratory bird species at Barkhausen you’ll be ready to relax in a cozy taproom with a great beer. Just simply head a few miles south along the southernmost shore of the Bay of Green Bay to Noble Roots Brewing Company. Their comfy tap room is situated just steps away from where the brews are created. And, they have an aviaryinspired beer for you to enjoy while reminiscing about your hike. Their Red IPA – aptly named Cardinal IPA – has a layered caramel sweetness from Crystal malts and tropical flavor and aroma from Citra hops.


With almost 1,500 acres, the E.J. "Ollie" Smith Reforestation Camp offers a variety of outdoor activities for every age. Picnicking and fishing around the Camp's many small ponds are popular summer activities. For the outdoor enthusiast, miles of scenic trails running throughout the Camp provide the opportunity for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. A playground and two rental shelter buildings are available for family gatherings and company events. In the winter months, the Reforestation Camp is a favorite with its miles of carefully groomed cross-country ski, fat tire bike, and snowmobile trails.


Didn’t get enough of the outdoors? Head to Hinterland Brewery and Restaurant in the Titletown District just across the street from legendary Lambeau Field. Its indoor/outdoor seating will have you basking in the shadow of the iconic stadium. The interior is adorned with touches of nature and many of their brews are inspired by the outdoors. If you’re visiting in the fall the go-to is the Oktoberfest beer. This brightly filtered, golden color, very malty, and lightly hopped brew offers a velvet smooth mouthfeel with rich flavor.


Winter, summer, or fall Baird’s Creek Trail on the east side of Green Bay offers miles of beautiful trails and outdoor recreation. At Baird’s Creek you’ll find a variety of trails for walking, running, mountain biking, skiing, and exploring. The mountain biking trails can be classified into three areas; terrains for the double track (hikers and bikers), single track, and highly technical sections including rocks, roots, and the occasional creek crossing for the more adventurous rider. In the winter bring the kids and enjoy the sledding, skiing, and snowboarding hills at Triangle Sports Area. A heated chalet, tow lifts, and tube rentals will ensure a delightful experience for all ages.


Just a mile and a half west of Baird Creek Trail you’ll find Stillmank Brewing. Their fun-filled tap room is welcoming for all and features indoor picnic tables for family-style seating, a great merchandise collection, and board games to enjoy while sipping your frothy treat. If you’re up for a little more adventure try their jalapeno-infused blonde ale – Killer Bees. This spicy take on a blonde ale features peppery aromas and a mild spicy heat! If you’re looking for something more traditional their Wisco Disco amber is a local delight.


The Mountain Bay State Trail is one of the longest rail trails in the state stretching more than 80 miles. And if you’re keen on Wisconsin geography, you’ll know how it gets its name. The trail connects two great Wisconsin geologic features – the Bay of Green Bay and Rib Mountain in Marathon County near Wausau, Wisconsin. The crushed stone surface and wide path make it perfect for biking, walking, and running for a group. Set a short path around the area or take the challenge and try to bike across the state!


Another great place for groups to gather is Badger State Brewing near the Resch Center and Lambeau Field. This massive taproom is a great place to relax after enjoying time out on the trail exploring, well, the Badger State. Plus, their outdoor beer garden is a great spot to gather with friends and enjoy a refreshing brew while playing bags or other lawn games. Badger State’s most iconic variety is their Brew-Ski lager. A forward-thinking, German-inspired lager that drinks clean, crisp, and delicious. You’ll notice the inspired can is modeled after a Wisconsin license plate and is a great gift for any beer and Wisconsin lover. Don’t forget to ask about a tour to learn more about the wide variety of beer available at Badger State.


Who says we can’t chase waterfalls? They are beautiful! Especially the waterfall at Fonferek’s Glen. This unique 75acre county park offers magnificent views of the geological gem. A 30-foot waterfall, dolomite cliffs, and stone archway are all part of the larger Niagara Escarpment. The waterfall here can easily be viewed from a designated overlook constructed in 2019. And like most of the county parks in our area, dogs are welcome (on leash only). Bring your furry friend along for your adventure, but make sure to use caution the rest of the park is a natural conservancy area with steep cliffs, falling rock, and rugged terrain.


Another great place to visit with your pup is Zambaldi Brewing on Webster Avenue in Allouez just east of the Fox River. This great family-friendly and pet-friendly tap room offers a great kids' area, family-themed events, and a view of their brewing area through massive glass windows. Make sure to check out their outdoor seating area where you and your doggo can enjoy a beer, a bowl of water, and maybe even a milk bone. With or without man’s best friend at your side, we’d recommend the Good Dog Porter from Zambaldi. Named after the owner’s lovable mutt, Porter, this English Porter is as comforting as spending the day with your favorite pup!


Maybe this isn’t the type of trail you normally think of - but this is Green Bay, and the Packers and this region share a history. That history is on display on the Packers Heritage Trail. This free attraction features 25 sites throughout Green Bay and De Pere that commemorate significant landmarks and events in Packers and Green Bay history. Visitors are welcome to explore the trail via walking, biking, and/or driving. For a more guided experience, you can book a spot on the Packers Heritage Trail Trolly Tours. With photo opportunities at special landmarks, including stops at the old City Stadium, and the Heritage Trail Plaza, you'll be led by a knowledgeable, entertaining guide who will help bring to life the story of Green Bay and its team.


There’s no better place to hang out, reminisce, and celebrate the adventures of the day than at Titletown Brewing. Located in the Broadway District on Green Bay’s west side this unique location offers wonderful views of the city from its roof-top tap room with indoor and outdoor seating. Located in the historic Larson Canning building - there’s no shortage of Green Bay history here! Staying on the football theme, you should try the Johnny "Blood" Red Irish Red ale – named for John “Johnny Blood” McNally, a legendary running back for the Packers in the late 1920s and 1930s. Its crisp notes of rich caramel malts and a touch of roasted barley create its distinctive flavor.


While you’re visiting our region make sure to head east to the shores of Lake Michigan and friendly Algoma. This charming city on the lake offers great beaches, a quaint downtown, and many great businesses and restaurants. It’s also home to another great trail, Ahnapee State Trailhead. This 48-mile crushed limestone trail winds its way through nature and is perfect for walking, running, biking and riding. Visitors will enjoy passing by a mixture of evergreen glades, farmland, prairies, and wooded areas teeming with wildlife and native wildflowers while winding along the Ahnapee and Kewaunee rivers.


Ahnapee Brewery was originally opened all the way back in 1886 and was known for their Ahnapee Lager which was distributed locally. In 2013, the brewery reopened in a two-stall-garageturned-taproom just two doors down from the original brewery location in Algoma. Then in the spring of 2022, the tap room moved again to a new and updated location with Lake Michigan views and expanded beer options. After a day on the trail, a Cherry Mechanic will refresh you in the garage. It’s bright & slightly sweet to start, this Cherry Ale is crafted with a blend of Door County cherries & dark sweet cherries. Brewed with sorghum, tapioca, and Belgian Candi Sugar to be naturally gluten-free.

The Little Sister, Mangiare

In the land of meat and potatoes, you’re likely to find several steakhouses. Belly up to any bar in Green Bay and ask a local for a steakhouse; they’re likely to recommend Republic Chophouse. Their reputation and brand exude excellence; from service, to style, to a chefcurated menu. It’s no wonder they decided to expand.

Republic Chophouse expanded in 2021 with a sister restaurant, Mangiare (man-gi-à-re). Located just two blocks south on North Adams Street. Mangiare offers upscale Italian fare. Leveraging Republic Chophouse’s reputable brand, you can find an array of classics and chef-curated items. Featuring house-made Arancini’s (fried risotto balls filled with meat and cheese) and a local favorite, the Blueberry Lavender Cannoli. “We’re most proud of the people, the process, and the product” said General Manager, Heather Mrotek. “The team at Mangiare is young and eager to learn. We want to offer our employees the option to grow and stay with us. That’s why we offer full benefits packages to our

employees, and they can share hours between the two restaurants.”

Downtown Green Bay has been home to the restaurant and its team for many years. The connection between the district and its business creates a unique atmosphere and welcoming environmentboth inside and out.

“We love Downtown Green Bay,” said Mrotek. “We love giving new life to old buildings and contributing to new growth in the downtown district. Most of all, we wanted to offer more opportunities for current and future employees.”

The connection between the two restaurants is evident in the effortless and sleek décor, open concept, and ambient lighting. Mangiare feels less like an Italian restaurant in downtown Green Bay and more like a young and modern trattoria in Northern Italy.

To find more dining options in Green Bay turn to page 60.

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A Budding Wine Region

Green Bay, and Wisconsin for that matter, are known for its thriving community of spirit distillers, wineries, and (surprise) breweries. And our local scene will not disappoint. From countryside vineyards to tiny tap rooms, Green Bay has something for all tastes.

One little secret that may surprise you is the fact that Green Bay shares a unique trait that puts our grapes on par with globally recognized wine-making regions.

One winery, in particular, has taken keen advantage of our advantageous growing region. Back in 1994 Steve Johnson and Maria Milano were on holiday to Napa Valley during their second year of law school. Sitting in a pristine vineyard, they asked - why couldn’t we bring this experience to Northeast Wisconsin?

Fast forward nearly a decade and the couple is now married, with three kids under three. Both practicing law. But the idea of starting a winery was still aging in their brains. So they took the dive and started the business. They were missing one key element - a name! When looking through old wine magazines they noticed, our

community is situated on the 44th north latitude line.

If you walk that line straight across the Atlantic Ocean you’d walk right through Tuscany, Italy, and Bordeaux, France – premier wine country. It was settled. Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery was born.

“We actually have a chart in the tasting room that shows that in April through October we have the same growing degree days, same precipitation, and the same amount of daylight,” said Johnson, “Those key factors in this sweet spot on the globe are ideal for wine growing.”

Nearly 20 years later Steve and Maria are still producing some of the region’s best wine. In fact, Steve played a critical role in getting the Wisconsin Ledge recognized as an American Viticultural Area – a designation given by the federal government when they notice unique topography, climate, and soils that lead to a distinctive wine. And Parallel 44 is the largest producer of Wisconsin Ledge wines.

To discover more wineries, breweries and distilleries go to page 67 of this guide.

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Live Entertainment

The Resch Center and Resch Expo are the center of entertainment in the Green Bay area. Smack dab in the middle of the stadium/entertainment district, the Resch Complex is located directly across the street from Lambeau Field. Managed by Green Bay’s PMI Entertainment Group, the Resch Center is a 10,500 multi-purpose arena that hosts many worldclass events and entertainers, including Elton John, Cher, James Taylor, Rod Stewart, Bon Jovi and more. The Resch Center is also home to the WIAA Girls State Basketball and WIAA Girls and Boys State Volleyball Tournaments.

The Resch Center is anchored by its tenants – Green Bay Gamblers Hockey, Green Bay Men’s Basketball and Green Bay Blizzard Professional Indoor Football. Gamblers hockey is the main tenant with 30 home games during a season that spans from September through April. The Gamblers’ roster boasts the best of the best players ages 16-20 who go on to play division one college hockey and some eventually to the NHL. In fact two-time Stanley Cup champion and coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Jon Cooper, once roamed

the benches at the Resch Center as head coach of the Green Bay Gamblers.

The Resch Expo, which opened in early 2021, hosts many consumer expos and community events that need a large footprint. The building boasts 125,000 square feet of column free space. Annual events include the Green Bay Boat Show, Green Bay RV & Camping Expo, The Wedding Show, and Craftoberfest. Other events include sports tournaments and family attractions.

The Meyer Theatre in downtown Green Bay is also managed by PMI Entertainment Group. The cozy 1,000 seat venue opened as a Fox Theatre in 1930 and has evolved into a Green Bay mainstay for live entertainment, including concerts, comedy, and the house troupe, Let Me Be Frank Productions. Let Me Be Frank produces original comedy musicals that have been an entertainment destination in Northeast Wisconsin for decades.

To find more information about live shows turn to page 55.

Explore what's new in

2023 is set to be a banner year in Green Bay. There have been many, many projects around our community that will be opening at some point during the year or will be open to the community for their first full calendar year of operation.

With so much going on and so many new things to experience in our region, we wanted to provide a guide highlighting a handful of them. Unfortunately, we only have so much space in Discover Green Bay's printed guide. Be sure to keep an eye on our social media pages for all the new updates and latest news about exploring (and discovering) the Greater Green Bay Area.


The Legacy Hotel

The Legacy Hotel aims to be opening in the Fall of 2023 and will be the Green Bay Area’s first five-star hotel. This stunning, luxurious property is located in the Stadium District just behind Stadium View Bar and Grill and adjacent to Badger State Brewing. Just a few blocks from the Resch Expo, Resch Center, Lambeau Field, and Capital Credit Union Park, the location is perfect for those in town for live shows, sports, or events. It will offer 64 studio suites, 11 classic one-bedroom suites, and 2 Grand Penthouse Suites. Plus the property will be home to a signature Brasserie, Barista-Cafe, Rooftop bar, and luxury spa.

Hampton Inn

Another new hotel in 2023 in the stadium district is the Hampton Inn located on Morris Avenue in Ashwaubenon. The new hotel is situated across the street from the Green Bay Distillery and is just steps away from area attractions like the stadium, practice facility, the Resch Center, and Resch Expo. The modern design of this hotel will charm visitors and be a great option for business or leisure travelers looking for the basics of a limited-service hotel. The property is expected to open in the summer of 2023. Make sure to check reservations for training camp!

The Cobblestone Hotel & Suites - De Pere

The Cobblestone Hotel & Suites opened its doors on De Pere’s west side in December of 2022. The new property is a stunning mix of big-city amenities and small-town charm. It offers free fresh breakfast, modern, luxurious rooms, an on-site business center, and a great pool. Its location is perfect for those looking to explore the area. It’s just across the bridge from the new Mulva Cultural Center, steps from the St. Norbert College Campus, and an easy drive to area attractions. Don’t forget about the spectacular dining on-site. The Wissota Chophouse brings more finedining options to De Pere offering nightly features and entrees for the whole family.

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The Legacy Hotel


Discover Green Bay Visitors Center

The Discover Green Bay Visitors Center will be an attraction - featuring attractions. If you’re not sure what to do while you’re in town, want to learn more about our community, or just want a local’s restaurant recommendation, be sure to stop in. The center will be conveniently located near the Lombardi Avenue exit off Highway 41, just across from Cabelas. Construction is expected to be completed in late summer or early fall of 2023.

Mulva Cultural Center

Located on the banks of the Fox River in historic Downtown De Pere, the Mulva Cultural Center will be a world-class cultural destination, showcasing the finest traveling exhibits along with unique features including a state-of-the-art theater, educational classrooms, an expansive gift shop, an upscale restaurant, indoor and outdoor event spaces and three outdoor fire gardens with contemporary sculptures. The center plans to open in the second half of 2023.

But this year they are rolling out one of their largest expansions to date. The expansion will build upon these beloved favorites surrounding the Gertrude B. Nielsen Village, with a wide variety of new areas to enjoy. New features include stunning tree houses, interactive nature displays, a splash pad area, a lodge for parties and so much more.

Odyssey Climbing and Fitness

Indoor climbing finally comes to Green Bay thanks to Odyssey Climbing and Fitness. This new attraction is located in the heart of the entertainment district on Mike McCarthy Way. They offer bouldering, roped climbing, and fitness programs for any experience level. Odyssey Climbing and Fitness offers so much more than just climbing. Get in touch to learn about their party offerings, classes, community events, and more!

NEW Zoo Canopy Tour

Experience a new view of the NEW Zoo. The Neil Anderson Canopy Tour is the newest experience at the NEW Zoo & Adventure Park. The tour takes guests on a treetop walk from the Adventure Park to the Zoo, going through trees and even crossing over animal habitats.

Green Bay Botanical Garden - Children’s Garden Expansion

The Green Bay Botanical Garden has been a wonderful destination for families and nature lovers for decades.


First and Bowl

First and Bowl opened in late 2022, First and Bowl is located in the heart of Downtown Green Bay on Washington Street across the street from Schreiber Foods headquarters. This unique new spot brings together many local favorites. Football, bowling, beer, and food. The venue features 10 football bowling lanes, basketball connect four, a full-service sports bar, and great food!

The OC

The OC Restaurant is located in a classic Ashwaubenon location right on the banks of the Fox River near the Aloft Green Bay and the Riverway Marina. The views are almost as good as the food. The OC opened in mid-2022 the OC offers a fine dining experience in a casual, welcoming atmosphere.

Black & Tan Grille

If you’ve visited Green Bay before you might be wondering why Black & Tan is on our “new for 2023” list. Well, after closing for multiple years the Green Bay fine-dining-fav is back and in the historic Bellin building on Walnut Street in Downtown Green Bay. They bring back their famous steak and seafood fare but also feature some new twists on their menu!

Lost Key Tap

Usually, losing your key is not a great experience. But at Lost Key Tap - you’ll always have a good time and a great meal. The new restaurant opened in 2022 and is located in Downtown Wrightstown in a historic building on the banks of the Fox River. Their weekly specials will delight and surprise you as they aim to make delicious food - simple.

Bacon Burger Company

You’ve heard of a bacon cheeseburger - but have you had a Bacon Burger? No, we’re not talking about a regular burger topped with bacon. We’re talking about choice bottom round chuck roast ground with fresh bacon – every day. You definitely won’t leave Bacon Burger Company hungry. Their classic burger and fries meal will satisfy any craving.

Bay Area Burger Co.

Talk about an American success story! Bay Burger started out as a food truck, bringing its delicious smash burgers and fries to patrons at local events and farmer's markets. Beginning in late 2022 or early 2023 you’ll be able to enjoy those same scrumptious burgers in a brick-and-mortar location right in the heart of the Broadway District in Green Bay.

Tequila’s Mexican Bar & Restaurant

Authentic Mexican cuisine in the heart of the Olde Main District in downtown Green Bay. Tequila’s Mexican Bar & Restaurant opened in December of 2022 and is serving up tasty fajitas, carne asada, tamales, and molcajete – a dish with different types of meat and special salsa served with tortillas.


The nation’s largest HyVee grocery store opened at one of the main anchors of the Bay Park Square Mall in Ashwaubenon at the tail end of 2022. The new retail location features one of the best beer selections in town, a giant deli section, carries many local brands, and everything else you’d expect from a supermarket. But there’s so much more inside. HyVee is also home to Wahlburgers restaurant, Hy-Chi Chinese food, Top Quality Meats and Seafood, Mia Italian, Fresh Produce, Nori Sushi, and so much more!

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Shopping in Green Bay

Shopping in Green Bay always involves a trip to The Packers Pro Shop. While it is the best place to get your game day gear, it’s not always the best place for, dare I say: non-Packers fans.

Contrary to popular belief, non-Packers fans are able to be fans of our city. If you are looking for your Green Bay and Wisconsin gear, look no further than LoCo Wisco. Your one stop shop for all things Wisconsin and Green Bay. Located in Downtown Green Bay, you’ll find Wisconsin themed sweatshirts, home decor, local artwork, and even custom care boxes to send to your Midwest-loving expats.

Green Bay’s array of Farmers Markets are sure to impress the visiting ‘foodie.’ During summer months you can find your classic outdoor farmers markets in all of our districts. With OnBroadway Farmers Market being the second largest in the state of Wisconsin!

If you find yourself visiting during winter months, make your way to the year-round indoor Farmers Market: Revolution Public Market on Holmgren Way. Boasting an array of local vendors, they are stocked full of fresh produce, soup, sandwiches, fresh pressed juices, a self-serve Kombucha bar, and of course all the best gourmet Wisconsin cheese.

To discover more about Shopping and Specialty Shopping in Green Bay, visit page 58

Fine Arts

Art breathes vibrancy and energy to neighborhoods, businesses, and homes. Just like painters connect the brush to canvas, art connects communities together in a shared experience. Artists make art to connect people and to connect with themselves. If you are looking to break into Green Bay’s tightly connected art community, check out one of our many live performing arts venues.

The Meyer Theatre brings live music and performances all year round and is home to Let Me Be Frank Productions. Since beginning in 2000, Frank and his cast have shared over 120 different shows to over 300,000 audience members. Or check out the Epic Event Center, offering a variety of nationally touring bands and music-inspired special events. These are just a few. No matter your taste there’s a venue or performance that will entertain and inspire you during your trip to Green Bay.

visit. There are several art shows featuring local and national artists in Green Bay including ArtiGras and ArtStreet.

Discover more about art in Green Bay on page 54.

TOP AND CENTER: Revolution Public Market.


Green Bay has a strong pulse full of life, full of art, and full of culture. This is evident in the eclectic mix of art you find in Green Bay. The Art Garage, Art Connective, DgClearing - A Fine Art Gallery and more great local galleries provide a space for artists to connect with peers and with their audiences. Whether you are looking for public murals, sculptures, music, fine arts, or literature; Green Bay has an abundance of options to incorporate into your


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La Baye Verte

When French explorer Jean Nicolet arrived to the region in the 1600's he named the bay "La Baye Verte" or "The Green Bay." The green sheen is due to the flora and fauna when the sun reflects off the water. To biologists it is a sign of a healthy water system full of ecological life.

The Bay of Green Bay is the largest freshwater estuary in the world. Recently the National Estuarine Research Reserve system (NERR) has taken an interest in this ecological wonder. The NERR is funded and guided by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and each site is managed on a daily basis by a lead state agency or university. The Green Bay NERR, is being managed on a local level, by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

The NERR is designated through a six step process; UWGB and other community partners are guiding Green Bay through this process. Plans have started to designate three areas of the Bay. These three designated areas have been narrowed down to the mouth of the Peshtigo River, the lower banks of the bay near the Suamico Area, and parts of the Sturgeon Bay Shipping Canal.

Despite being in the midst of the designation process, the estuary is there, thriving, as it has for centuries. In fact, each year this amazing part of our region has seen the migratory patterns of every native North American aviary species. So grab your binoculars bird watchers, you’re sure to find some unique species exploring the Bay of Green Bay.

For more information about the NERR please scan the QR Code.

To learn more about outdoor attractions turn to page 53.

Explore the Outdoors

Yes - Green Bay is on the water. Actually - a lot of it. It’s surprising how many people are surprised by this fact. Yes, we’re home to one of the most storied professional sports teams in the country - but it’s in our name. Green BAY. And this water provides a lot of fun. Let’s begin on the Fox River. This picturesque winding river has many personalities. In De Pere and Wrightstown the shores of the river are dotted with woodland and homes making for a peaceful, serene kayak or boating experience. It’s perfect for fishing for walleye near the dams or hopping on a tube or wakeboard for a little fun. Then, as you enter Allouez and Green Bay you’ll notice a more urban setting complete with riverside restaurants and bars. There are also plenty of spots to rent kayaks or paddleboards.

Just north of the Fox River is the Bay of Green Bay. A great place to fish for muskie, walleye, trout, or salmon. You can bring your boat and try your luck or find a guide service to bring you to all the hot spots. The bay is also great for recreation. From boat parties at Long Tail island to sail boating with Green Bay Sail and Paddle.

Of course, we have to mention the “great” body of water just east of Green Bay. The city of Algoma sits on the shores of Lake Michigan and is full of on-andoff-the-water experiences. Like the Bay, you can find great guide services to take you out to hunt for the big salmon or trout. The winds off the shore make for great windsurfing. Or spend the day on Crescent Beach. Its pristine sand and endless views will rival any beach experience and provide a fun day of sand castles and swimming.

Don’t forget all the inland bodies of water that are also great for fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and more. You won't have to drive far to find a creek, river, or lake for you to set sail.


Don’t be shocked – there’s more than just football for the sports lover to enjoy in the Green Bay area. Our community is home to Division 1 and Division 3 college athletic programs with top-tier facilities and talent making for wonderful collegiate competition. Plus there are numerous semi-pro teams to entertain the whole family. From Green Bay Rockers baseball at Capital Credit Union Park to Gamblers hockey and Green Bay Blizzard indoor football at the Resch Center.

With all the great athletic programs in our area, look no further than Green Bay to host your next sporting events. From rinks to courts, fields, and expo space – it is all right here.


Believe it or not - the frozen tundra is thawed for most of the year and makes for spectacular golf conditions. In fact - Wisconsin is one of the top golf destinations in the United States! Whether you’re a competitive, nearlyscratch golfer or a weekend warrior trying to break 100 for the first time, there are friendly, challenging courses for you in and around Green Bay.

In Green Bay you’re just a short “drive” away from plenty of fun, affordable courses like Thornberry Creek at Oneida, Brown County Golf Course, or Wander Springs. Or take a day trip to courses that have hosted the PGA Championship, US Open, and Ryder Cup.

Plan your golf weekend to Northeast Wisconsin today!

Discover more area courses on page 55 of this guide.

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Mulva Cultural Center:

Inspiring. Engaging. World Class.

When you walk inside the 75,000 sq. ft. facility, a world of inspiration, culture, and education will unfold. The Center will offer a yearly “season” of programming featuring the finest traveling exhibits from a matrix of history, natural history, science, arts and photography, pop culture, world religions, and immersive experiences.

Opening Soon! Located in historic downtown De Pere, on the banks of the Fox River, the Mulva Cultural Center is destined to become a Wisconsin landmark when it opens its doors in late summer 2023. The Mulva Cultural Center will be a world-class cultural destination, showcasing the finest traveling exhibits along with unique features including a stateof-the-art theater, educational classrooms, an expansive gift shop, an upscale restaurant, indoor and outdoor event spaces and three outdoor fire gardens with contemporary sculptures.

“The building itself is stunning,” explains Mike Van Asten, CEO of the Center. “Internationally acclaimed architect SOM – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill – designed the facility. The firm is a pioneer in modernist architecture in America and has designed some of the world’s most significant projects.” The transparent design, featuring 53 unique types of exterior glass finishes and sizes, with panels custommade in Germany, will make the Center visible for miles.

“We will offer the kind of world-class exhibits that, in the past, you’d only see in large cities around the world,” added Van Asten. “And those major traveling exhibits will be complemented by local and regional cultural opportunities. We will truly have something to appeal to everyone.”

Inside and out, the Mulva Cultural Center is remarkable. “What makes it even more impressive is that the Center is a gift to the City of De Pere and the people of Northeast Wisconsin from area residents and philanthropists, Jim and Miriam Mulva,” stated Van Asten. “They have funded the entire cost of construction and provided an endowment to ensure what is offered at the Center is free or at a greatly reduced cost to the public. There will be programming for all, available to all.”

To learn more about The Mulva Cultural Center, go to: mulvaculturalcenter.com or follow @MulvaCulturalCenter on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.

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Through a variety of high-tech, high-touch, immersive, and experiential components, the Discover Green Bay Visitor Center will be a stop the whole travel crew will enjoy and benefit from.

Visitor Center

Learning the story of a community when visiting a new city provides a better sense of place. Understanding where our destination came from, how it got to what it is today, and where it’s going in the future brings a whole new level of appreciation and enjoyment for what you’ll see and experience during your time here in Green Bay.

The Discover Green Bay Visitor Center will be opening in the second half of 2023. It will be a space to tell that community story and provide the best recommendations for things to see, do, and experience. You’ll learn about the vast history of Green Bay, its impressive present, and its inspiring future – from the Indigenous People who inhabited this area to the European Settlers, industry leaders and entrepreneurs, small businesses and global headquarters, a football

team, and an innovative technology incubator space, and plenty of amazing restaurants, attractions, events, and outdoor activities. You’ll learn it all at the Discover Green Bay Visitor Center.

Located on Lombardi Avenue immediately after exiting Highway 41 on your way to Titletown and Lambeau Field, the Discover Green Bay Visitor Center is a convenient, must-stop on the travel itinerary. You’ll be greeted by the friendliest local experts to share all the great things to do throughout our community. You can even talk to them about some of their favorite places to go so you can experience Green Bay the way the locals do.

Come in to discover all the beyond legendary things Green Bay has to offer!

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Come explore our creative menu at Hinterland, located across the street from Lambeau Field in the Titletown District. Pick a fan favorite or something with a unique Hinterland twist Soak up the refined, yet rustic vibe in our Beer Hall, with wood burning fireplaces and a patio, or enjoy awesome views of Lambeau from our High Gravity dining area.

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48 | DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2023 DESTINATION GUIDE 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM | 49 Treat yourself to the Kress! Relax in the rich comfort of the Green Bay area’s boutique all-suite hotel. Stretch out in our spacious rooms or indulge yourself in a luxurious whirlpool and fireplace suite. Close to restaurants and unique shops, the Kress Inn is the ideal place to stay for local events. 300 Grant St., De Pere, Wis. • On the scenic St. Norbert College campus Call 800-221-5070 or 920-403-5100 email: kressinn@kressinn.com • kressinn.com Seventeen consecutive awardwinning years with Choice Hotels’ Ascend Hotel Collection - including two as Inn of the Year! Minutes from Lambeau Field and area attractions 1990 S. Ridge Road, Green Bay, WI (located on the West side of Lambeau Field) 920-497-1111 Toll Free: 866-464-7306 Fax: 920-497-0237 HOURS: Saturday – Thursday: 11am – 11pm • Friday: 11pm – 1am View our menu or order online: www.krollswest.com We invite you to enjoy our unique flavor of charcoal grilled sandwiches, traditional style dinners, full service bar and quality service. Family-owned, family friendly restaurant in the shadows of Lambeau Field. MILITARY AVENUE Business District Home to the best All Day Breakfasts, the largest selection of o -price boutique treasures and unique shops and stores Attend the winter and summer farmers Market on Military! #Hya RegencyGreenBay
50 | DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2023 DESTINATION GUIDE 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM | 51 GOLD Gold and Silver Co ns and Bullion US and Fore gn Natrual Diamonds Vintage - Brand-New at a Fraction of the Retail Price Buying and Se ling Chains, Rings & More Antique to Modern - All BrandsAll Calibers FIREARMS COINS & BULLION DIAMONDS 2545 W. Mason St Green Bay, WI 54303 AAandJ.com M-F 9:30-5:30 Sat 9:30-4:00 Sun. Closed "If you're going to Buy, Buy from us View the best collector car display in this region! Special Pieces: 2020 Ford GT Super Car (1 of 3) 1917 Milburn Electric Car (1 of 50) Bart Starr’s 1967 Corvette Stingray 920-437-9024 400 S. Adams St., Green Bay, WI 54301 Your personal or corporate event can be here too! Call us to learn more. Show this ad for Buy one admission and get the second admission free! 201 Main Street Green Bay, Wisconsin 920.437.5900 HOT BREAKFAST INCLUDED FREE WI-FI FRIENDLY SERVICE Hampton Inn By Hilton Green Bay Downtown Score BIG at Green Bay's Favorite Mexican Restaurant BURRITO DEL MAR NACHOS Pick the pace at which you want to live; speedy and spontaneous, slow and steady, or perhaps a little bit of both. Because in Greater Green Bay, you can. YourMoveGreenBay.com
52 | DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2023 DESTINATION GUIDE 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM Enjoy a comfortable stay in a convenient location when choosing the Best Western or Quality Inn Green Bay WI. Ideally located in the heart of entertainment district, walking distance from Lambeau Field & the New Resch EXPO! 780 Armed Forces Drive Green Bay, WI (920) 499-3161 1978 Holmgren Way Green Bay, WI (920) 498-8088 www.bestwesterngreenbayinn.com www.qualityinn.com/wisconsin POINTS OF INTEREST: • Lambeau Field • Packers Training Camp • Resch Center • New Resch Expo • Bay Park Square Mall • Bay Beach Amusement Park 792 Riverview Dr. | Green Bay, WI 54303 | RiversBendGB.com 920.544.9860 River’s Bend has delighted guests with spectacular riverside dining paired with ambiance, great service and extraordinarily prepared food and drinks. Whether you are looking for a romantic dinner or accomodations for a large group, the historic River’s Bend has been known to the local community to be a place where all feel welcome! A GREEN BAY TRADITION SINCE 1974 Located in the Green Bay Packer stadium district. Walking distance to Lambeau Field. From business trips to life journeys SpringHill Suites celebrates travellife with the space and the stylish surroundings that enrich the guests’ experience 1011 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay WI 54304 t. 920.569.8500 | www.marriott.com/grbsh • Top Rated Hotel on Trip Advisor • Complete New Renovation • Walking distance to restaurants & Entertainment GREEN BAY NORTH 2308 Lineville Rd, Green Bay, WI | (920) 884-2000 The Neil Anderson Canopy Tour is the latest addition to the NEW Zoo & Adventure Park. Enjoy a whole new perspective as you venture on a scenic walk through trees and over animal habitats within the NEW Zoo! 920.434.7841 newzoo.org Plan your visit today! NEW VIEWS of the NEW Zoo



Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley and Family Fun Center 2929 Allied St., Green Bay 920-336-0400

Featuring 60-lane bowling center with automatic scoring, bumper bowling, cosmic experience (light and soundtastic show), game room, meeting room and lounge. Corporate parties, group rates and birthday parties. ashbowl.com

Ashwaubomay Park

2881 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-492-2331

This 85-acre facility overlooks the Fox River, offering picnic area, playground equipment and a 3-million-gallon man-made lake with beachfront and diving platform, operating June-August. ashwaubenon.gov

Bay Beach Amusement Park

1313 Bay Beach Rd., Green Bay 920-448-3365

Bay Beach is one of Green Bay's most popular and affordable attractions offering over 20 exciting rides for all ages. Food available at four concession areas. baybeach.org

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

1660 East Shore Dr., Green Bay 920-391-3671

A 600-acre urban wildlife refuge featuring live animal exhibits, educational displays, miles of hiking trails, excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, waterfowl feeding, wildlife rehabilitation center and nature-based kindergarten. No admission charge. baybeachwildlife.com

ComedyCity Theatre

365 Main Ave., Ste. E, De Pere 920-345-2600

Live. Improv. Comedy. & More! ComedyCity brings laughs every weekend with both family and "grown-up" shows, based entirely on audience suggestions! On the spot, every performance is new! comedycity.fun

Crescent Beach & Boardwalk

1226 Lake St., Algoma 920-487-2041

Unwind to the sounds and shades of blue water that is Lake Michigan. Handicap accessible boardwalk offers picnic areas and scenic viewing with a sandy beach made to stroll on. visitalgomawi.com

Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Show

333 Main St., Green Bay 866-496-0535

The Dinner Detective is America's largest, award-winning, interactive murder mystery comedy dinner show! Solve a hilarious crime while you feast on a fantastic Four-Course plated dinner. thedinnerdetective.com/green-bay/ Duck Creek Golf Center

345 Village Ct., Green Bay 920-498-2797

Challenging miniature golf winds over and around five waterfalls, rushing streams and beautiful gardens. Driving range features 45 hitting stations, nine target greens, large putting green and a beautiful view. Handicap accessible. facebook.com/duckcreekgolf

Edge VR Arcade & Gamers Lounge

2642 Packerland Dr., Green Bay 920-393-9343

A virtual reality arcade with a wide variety of games for kids and adults! Including racing simulators, many Xbox and PC stations, weekly esports events, and delicious food and drinks. Book online at edgevrarcade.com

Escape Room Wisconsin 985 Centennial St., Ste. 101, Green Bay, 920-731-2583

Escape Room Wisconsin. Highly themed adventures for family, friends and co-workers. Great for fun and team building. Party room available for private or corporate events. escaperoomwisconsin.com

Green Bay Escape & Axe 2180 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay 920-634-2877

Offers both 5-star escape room experiences and axe throwing. Located just three blocks from historic Lambeau Field and the Titletown district. Gather family, friends, teams, and co-workers for something VERY different.

greenbayescape.com or greenbayaxe.com

Green Bay Botanical Garden 2600 Larsen Rd., Green Bay 920-490-9457

Nurture your roots in every season with a one-of-a-kind experience for all in a stunning garden featuring 47 acres filled with 85,000+ plants from Wisconsin and around the world. gbbg.org

Green Bay Botanical Garden

Joannes Family Aquatic Center

1430 E. Walnut St., Green Bay 920-448-3365

Features zero depth wading and swimming area, water slides, tot sand play area, volleyball and concessions. Near Joannes Skate Park, the largest outdoor poured concrete skate park in Wisconsin. Open seasonally. greenbaywi.gov/parks

NEW Zoo & Adventure Park

4378 Reforestation Rd., Green Bay, 920-434-7841

The NEW Zoo is a 43-acre zoological park accredited by the AZA. See the giraffes, lions, penguins, moose and more. Experience the Mayan Restaurant and our Education Center. The Adventure Park includes dual 1,025' long zip lines, ropes challenge course and a rockin' climbing wall. Stroll above the zoo on the brand-new Neil Anderson Canopy Tour. Check website for hours and admission. newzoo.org

Oneida Buffalo OverlookSEASONAL W903 VandeBruggen Ln., Oneida 920-833-7952

Oneida’s Buffalo Overlook offers an eye-catching view of the buffalo herd from a covered observation deck equipped with picnic tables and informative signage. Open Spring-Fall. exploreoneida.com

Oneida Nation Apple Orchard

3976 W. Mason St., Oneida 920-869-2468

The apple orchard offers 35 varieties of apples and other produce, season permitting. Pre-picked and pick your own. exploreoneida.com

Resch Aquatic Center 1058 Reed St., Green Bay 920-448-3365

Features zero depth wading and swimming area, waterslides, diving board and tot sand play area. Also features whirl cove and full-service concessions. Open seasonally. greenbaywi.gov/parks

The Children's Museum of Green Bay

1230 Bay Beach Rd., Green Bay 920-432-4397

Offering interactive exhibits, daily programs, monthly events and learning through play. gbchildrensmuseum.org

The Salvation Army Kroc Community Center

1315 Lime Kiln Rd., Green Bay 920-884-5007

Come explore 102,000 square feet of fun, creativity and wellness. Open swim in the water park, open gym, fitness center, group classes and child watch are open daily to both members and day pass customers. gbkroccenter.org

Titletown 1065 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7505

Titletown’ park offers a winter ice-skating rink, tubing hill and outdoor games. Including a unique playground with a full-size football field. Future development includes retail, commercial and residential. titletown.com

Tundra Lodge Waterpark 865 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-405-8700

Tundra Lodge Waterpark is a mind-blowing 30,000 sq. ft. of fun! Rocket down the Alaskan Pipeline or Polar Plunge slides, chill out on the Elk Island Lazy River, or warm up in our indoor/ outdoor whirlpools! Day passes available. tundralodge.com

Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7512

Inside Lambeau Field Atrium, the museum features interactive displays and a treasure trove of artifacts to inspire visitors about the rich history of the Packers. Plus, the Hall of Fame offers monthly programming such as History Nights. packershofandtours.com

Hazelwood Historic House Museum 1008 S. Monroe Ave., Green Bay 920-437-1840

Greek Revival Victorian home, built by Morgan L. Martin, president of the 1848 Wisconsin Constitutional Convention, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Open for guided tours and programs seasonally. browncohistoricalsoc.org

Heritage Hill State Historical Park 2640 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay 920-448-5150

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural history of Northeastern Wisconsin. With 56 acres and 26 historic buildings representing first contact through the 1900’s, come for an hour or for the day. Open year round. heritagehillgb.org

National Railroad Museum 2285 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-437-7623

Neville Public Museum 210 Museum Pl., Green Bay 920-448-4460

Bridge communities and connect generations. Discover rarely seen objects from the museum’s permanent collection, and unique temporary exhibits. Participate in special events and educational programming. Visit our gift shop. nevillepublicmuseum.org

Oneida Nation Museum W892 Cty. Rd. EE, Oneida 920-869-2768

The Oneida Nation Museum showcases native basketry, beadwork, contemporary art, music and a children's hands-on area. Visit the gift shop, nature trails, picnic area and more. exploreoneida.com

The Automobile Gallery 400 S. Adams St., Green Bay 920-437-9024

Visit a gallery where the “automobile is the art!” See over 90 unique automobiles spanning over 100 years in an environment as impressive as the automobile it surrounds. theautomobilegallery.org


C&M Presents Green Bay, 920-471-7951

Foxy Paddler

Departs from Leicht Park, 128 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-435-3699

See Green Bay From the water. Foxy Paddler is a 22 passenger, 35-foot party pontoon boat taking tours of the Fox River in downtown Green Bay. Tours are sure to equal FUN! foxypaddler.com

Foxy Pedaler 231 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-435-3699

Lambeau Field Stadium Tours

1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7512

Lambeau Field stadium tours allow fans to experience the Packers’ history-rich facility firsthand and see behind-thescenes areas. Tour options: Classic Tour, Champions Tour, Legendary Tour, Alumni Tour and Art Tours. Group discounts. packershofandtours.com

Oneida Nation Walk of Legends

Segway the Fox Tours

200 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-376-0256

Guided Segway tours are FUN!  Choose from historic, nature, and Packer themed tours in Green Bay, Door County, and surrounding areas. You can do It! Reserve your tour today! glidenew.com



Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center

2391 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay 920-494-3401

A state-of-the-art performing arts center just one mile south of Lambeau Field. Presenting national and international touring entertainment, with a full schedule online. ashwaubenonpac.org


101 S. Washington St., Green Bay  920-433-3338

Backstage is located within the Historic Meyer Theater in the heart of Downtown Green Bay. Since 1930, the Meyer Theatre has been a place to gather and celebrate. Backstage shares in that same spirit, adding its own unique, contemporary, avantgarde style.


Civic Symphony of Green Bay 920-432-4676


Ashwaubenon Historical Society & Museum

936 Anderson Dr., Green Bay 920-429-2863

A non-profit organization whose goal is the preservation of Ashwaubenon’s past and present through collection and interpretation of historical records and artifacts. Museum open to the public and offers guided tours. ashhs.com

Explore America's railroad heritage. Over 70 pieces of railroad equipment and special exhibits on display. Ride a full-size train. Open year round. nationalrrmuseum.org

National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help

4047 Chapel Dr., New Franken 920-866-2571

The Shrine is where the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to a Belgian immigrant in 1859. It is a quiet, beautiful, place of prayer. All are welcome regardless of faith tradition. championshrine.org

Since 2011, we’ve assisted groups in planning specialized tours of Greater Green Bay. Whether it’s a step-on city tour or a multi-day stay, we’ll provide you with fun and memorable experiences for your guests. candmpresents.com

Directional Ventures Travel 1591 Arnold Dr., Green Bay 920-264-3778

Working to provide personal high-quality service to help you relax, enjoy and make lifetime memories through travel experiences to Green Bay, WI and worldwide. directionalventurestravel.com

The Foxy Pedaler is a 14-passenger party bike taking two-hour tours of downtown Green Bay. Great fun for birthdays, bachelor/bachelorette, weddings, family gatherings and team building. foxypedaler.com

River Tyme Tours

101 James St., De Pere 920-422-6300

Explore the beauty of the Fox River aboard River Tyme, our restored 1953 Riverboat. Ninetyminute tours run from May through October. Offering public tours, special events and private charters. rivertymetours.com

Green Bay Ghost Tours

Green Bay, 920-499-2783

A family-friendly tour for ghost story enthusiasts and history buffs everywhere! Go inside actual haunted buildings of Green Bay and hear the eerie true tales of the spirits that refuse to vacate. Call to schedule. greenbayghosttours.com

Starts one block east of Lambeau Field, Green Bay – self guided. The Walk of Legends is a public art walkway east of Lambeau Field that features 24 statues honoring the legends and legendary eras in the history of Green Bay football.

Packers Heritage Trail

Self-guided tour past landmarks that played a big part in the team’s history from 1919-1969. The trail has 25 bronze plaques and begins at the Neville Public Museum. packersheritagetrail.com

Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours 920-569-7512

Travel back in time to learn the history of football in Green Bay along the Packers Heritage Trail in our climate-controlled trolleys. Offered throughout training camp and select dates. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit packershofandtours.com

Art Connective 353 REAR Main Ave., De Pere 920-310-0260

A non-profit art gallery and teaching center located in downtown De Pere, WI. Original artwork, unique gifts, special events & more! artconnective.org

Dg Clearing Gallery

1270 Main St., Ste. 102, Green Bay, 920-419-1444

The gallery carries a variety of artists, both established and emerging. Along with acquiring and selling; corporate, private, and estate art collections. Original works done for Brett Favre are available. dgclearinggallery.com

The Art Garage/Cedar Center Arts, Inc.

Gallery: 1400 Cedar St. Offices/Workshops: 1429 Main St. Green Bay, 920-448-6800

Exhibitions, workshops, artist studios, events, and more. theartgarage.org

A community orchestra made up of volunteer and professional musicians who perform classical, Broadway, light opera and pops literature. Family-friendly ticket prices! gbcivic.org

Cup O Joy 525 N. Taylor St., Green Bay 920-435-3269

Cup O Joy is a faith driven live music venue located off Interstate 41 and Highway 29. Featuring national and regional artists every Friday and Saturday night. No cover, donation supported, alcohol free, family friendly. Full schedule online. cupojoy.com

Daddy D Productions 920-371-2250

Green Bay's favorite "four out of four star" dinner show since 2006. Daddy D performs musical selections from an era, adds clean comedy and a generoussized meal for a reasonable price. daddydproductions.com

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EPIC Event Center

2351 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-399-EPIC

EPIC Event Center is a state-ofthe-art venue hosting a broad range of events from comedy, country, rock and everything in between. This is the place to be for live entertainment! epicgreenbay.com

Let Me Be Frank Productions

117 S. Washington St., Green Bay 920-371-4070

Original comedy musicals, written, produced, and performed by the Let Me Be Frank players at the Meyer Theatre. We feature the area's best vocal and musical talent. Voted Best of the Bay ten years in a row! Get your laugh on with Franks.

Tickets: ticketstaronline.com or letmebefranks.com or meyertheater.org

Lyric Room

233 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-884-1159

Green Bay’s favorite small music venue! The versatile space hosts weekly concerts, open jams and private events, including baby and bridal showers, birthdays, work events, and full weddings. keggersgreenbay.com

Meyer Theatre

117 S. Washington St., Green Bay  920-494-3401

The beautiful, 1,000-seat Meyer Theater in downtown Green Bay presents rock and pop concerts, comedians, symphony concerts, plays and more. Near fine dining, quaint and ethnic restaurants. Dine and see a show! meyertheatre.org

Oneida Casino

2020 Airport Dr., Green Bay 800-238-4263

Main-Airport location is open 8 a.m. to 4 a.m. daily, offers slots, table games and poker. Dine at on-site restaurants. Slots and bingo available at adjacent IMAC Casino, open 8 a.m. to midnight. oneidacasino.net

Oneida W. Mason Casino 2522 W. Mason St., Green Bay 800-238-4263

Oneida Casino’s W. Mason location offers a large variety of fun, action packed slots, open 8 a.m. to 4 a.m. daily. Dine on-site at The Lodge restaurant. oneidacasino.net

The Tarlton Theater

405 W. Walnut St., Green Bay 920-562-5612

The Tarlton Theatre is Green Bay's historic hometown, circa-1925 Art Deco drafthouse cinema, club, and performing arts venue. thetarlton.com

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Music and Theatre

2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay 920-465-2944

Fifteen ensembles offer many performances, such as hand drumming, jazz, opera/ musical theatre workshop, choirs and bands. Theatre includes four main stage plays, DanceWorks and student directed performances on campus. uwgb.edu/arts

Weidner Center for the Performing Arts

2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay 800-895-0071 or 920-465-2726

UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is known for its elegant design and the acoustic excellence of its 2,000seat main hall, Cofrin Family Hall. The Center is a home for UW-Green Bay Music and Theatre and Dance programs, community events and productions, and performances by visiting artists and touring companies. For more information visit weidnercenter.com


Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve 2024 Lakeview Dr., Suamico 920-448-4466

Located along the west shore of Green Bay, the L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve has 1010 acres of forest, meadows, and wetlands. Barkhausen features an interpretive nature center, picnic grounds, trails, educational programming, and public kayak trips throughout the park. browncountywi.gov/community/ parks-department/ Bay Shore County Park 5637 Sturgeon Bay Rd., New Franken, 920-448-4466

Situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, this park offers a breathtaking view of the Bay of Green Bay.  Activities include camping, boating, picnicking, playgrounds and rental shelters.  Public boat launch. browncountywi.gov/community/ parks-department/ Brown County Reforestation Camp 4418 Reforestation Rd., Green Bay, 920-448-4466

Offering miles of wooded trails for mountain biking, skiing, horseback riding and hiking. An observation tower allows a view of the NEW Zoo, located within the camp. A 50+ site campground with water and electric service opened in 2022. browncountyparks.org

Cellcom Green Bay Marathon 920-432-6272

May 2023. Choose from a marathon, half marathon, relays, 5K and a kid's run set in Green Bay's legendary Lambeau Field area. cellcomgreenbaymarathon.com

Cornerstone Community Ice Center

1640 Fernando Dr., Ashwaubenon 920-403-2000

Regular activities include public skating, group events, youth and adult skating lessons, youth and adult hockey leagues, figure skating, speed skating and broomball. Skate rental available. cornerstoneicecenter.org

Fish Anytime Charters

Trips from Metro Boat Launch or Bay Shore Park, 920-241-0543 Catch walleye day or night from the Bay of Green Bay on a personalized fishing trip aboard USCG fishing guide Captain David's fully equipped Nitro ZV21. Fish for trophy walleye or a family dinner…you'll have a trip to remember! fishanytime.com

Fishin’ Magician Charters, LLC 50 Shanty Rd., Algoma 920-304-3474

Algoma’s finest charter fishing. Six 36 to 40-foot charter boats. Fishin’ Magician Charters will show you the time of your life. fishinmagiciancharters.com

Fox River State Recreational Trail 920-448-4466

This state recreational trail stretches 20 miles from downtown Green Bay to the Brown County line.  This "rails-totrails" corridor is a great place to walk, bike or in-line skate. dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/ foxriver

Green Bay Athletics 2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay 920-465-2145

Green Bay Athletics supports 16 Division 1 athletics programs, including the Horizon League Champion 2016 men’s and 2017 women’s basketball teams. Phoenix teams boast 51 Horizon League Championships since 2000. Visit our website for complete information and schedules. greenbayphoenix.com

Green Bay Blizzard Indoor Football Team

820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 920-499-2549

The Green Bay Blizzard: fast-paced, high-scoring indoor football with tons of entertainment during the game. Blizzard professional indoor football runs February-June. Games are held at the Resch Center. greenbayblizzard.com

Green Bay Rockers

Capital Credit Union Park, 2231 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-497-7225

The Rockers are a member of the Northwoods League, one of the premier summer collegiate baseball leagues in the country. Games offer a fun, family-oriented atmosphere at an affordable price. northwoodsleague.com/ green-bay-rockers/

Green Bay Gamblers

820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 920-405-1256

The Gamblers enter their 29th season in the USHL. Home games are played at the Resch Center. For schedule, promotions, team information and to purchase tickets go to gamblershockey.com

Green Bay Packers/Lambeau Field Atrium 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7500

Visit Lambeau Field, a year-round destination. Explore the Packers Pro Shop, Stadium Tours, 1919 Kitchen & Tap and Packers Hall of Fame. Event space available. packers.com

Green Bay Sail & Paddle, Inc. 101 Bay Beach Rd., Green Bay 920-393-1983

Green Bay Sail & Paddle, Inc. is a nonprofit organization creating learning opportunities for everyone, regardless of means and abilities, to safely enjoy sail & paddle sports on the waters of the bay. gbsail.org

Haasch Guide Service 90 Shanty Rd., Algoma 888-966-3474

Join Algoma’s top charter service for a fishing experience of a lifetime. Captain Lee’s been guiding fisherman to coolers of salmon aboard his fully equipped 36’ Chris Craft “Grand Illusion 3” for over 35 seasons! fishalgoma.com

Kayak Wisconsin

Mueller Park Kayak Launch, 620 Washington St., Wrightstown or Sunset Park Kayak Launch, 300 Sunset Park Rd, Kimberly Kayak Wisconsin has two locations. Book your rentals Online at kayakwis.com and you'll receive access via Bluetooth to enjoy a self-guided experience. kayakwis.com

Mountain Bay State Recreational Trail 920-448-4466

This 83-mile trail stretches from the Village of Howard to the eastern end of Wausau.  The Mountain Bay Trail offers year-round recreation to both the casual and the outdoor enthusiasts.  Bikers, hikers and snowmobiles welcome.  dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/ mountainbay

Resch Center

820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 800-895-0071

The Resch Center is a 10,000 seat multi-purpose arena, hosting concerts, family shows, Gamblers Hockey, Phoenix Men’s Basketball and Blizzard Indoor Football. reschcomplex.com

Resch Expo

840 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 800-895-0071

Resch Expo, opened in 2021, features beautiful indoor/outdoor pre-function and networking space, 125,000 square feet of pillar-free floor, with a divisible design. A perfect facility for trade shows, and sporting events. reschcomplex.com

South Bay Marina

101 Bay Beach Rd., Green Bay 920-884-6291

Full-service marina, 200+ slips available on a seasonal or transient basis. Amenities for slip holders and guests include heated pool, patios with grills, gas fire pits, yard games and more. South Bay is home to numerous businesses including Paradise North Distillery and Captain Jack’s Bar & Grill. southbaymarina.com


Event USA

580 Cormier Rd., Green Bay 920-722-5377

Players tickets - end zone to 50-yard line. Game packages, home and away, tailgate parties, player receptions, skyboxes, large groups. Tickets for all other important sports, concerts, and theater nationwide. Prices for all budgets! Also, buying tickets. eventusa.com

Green Bay Ticket Service

933 Anderson Dr., Ste. J, Green Bay, 920-497-9204

Trusted local source for game tickets, hotel packages, tailgate parties and parking passes for ALL Green Bay football home games. Also buying Packers tickets. Lowest prices! No service fees! greenbayticketservice.com

Ticket King 2053 S. Oneida St., Green Bay 920-405-1000

Ticket King is your source for tickets to green and gold home and road games, sold out and premium concerts, sporting events and theater. Buy, sell, or upgrade your tickets today. theticketking.com

Ticket Star

820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 800-895-0071

We sell your ticket to fun! From sporting events to family shows and major concerts to home game parking. We have your ticket to “the best entertainment in this area!” ticketstaronline.com

University Ticketing Services

UW-Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay

Ticket sales and box office support for all University related events at the Weidner Center, University Theatre, Kress Events Center and athletic events. Music, Theatre, Dance, University Union: 920-465-2400. Athletics: 920-465-2625. uwgb.edu/tickets


Brown County Golf Course 897 Riverdale Dr., Hobart 920-497-1731

Featuring a Lawrence Packard design that is cut out of the woods, rolling terrain and classic doglegs, this public course has been a local favorite for over 50 years. browncountygc.com

Thornberry Creek at Oneida 4470 N. Pine Tree Rd., Oneida 920-434-7501

Official course of the Green Bay Packers, offering 27 holes of premium golf, bar and restaurant, and a variety of creative events. Multiple spaces available for weddings and events. golfthornberry.com

Village Green Golf Course 302 Riverside Dr., Green Bay 920-434-3939

The Village Green Golf Course is a 9-hole municipal course for golfers of all skill levels. Open April through November. Clubhouse dining and bar are available.

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American Antiques & Jewelry

2545 W. Mason St., Green Bay 920-498-0111

“A jewelry lover’s dream.” Largest selection of jewelry, vintage to brand new. Along with coins, antiques, football memorabilia and other vintage items. Something for everyone! aaandj.com

Bay Park Square Mall-Simon Property Group

303 Bay Park Square, Green Bay 920-499-2277

Bay Park Square is located on Oneida Street in Green Bay, just one mile south of Lambeau Field. Home to Kohl’s and more than 100 specialty retailers and eateries. simon.com/mall/bay-park-square

Bosse’s News and Tobacco

107 S. Broadway, De Pere 920-432-8647

Green Bay’s oldest and largest newsstand/tobacco shop features a great selection of newspapers, maps, local professional football books, and thousands of magazine titles. Extraordinary selection of imported cigars and pipe tobacco. bossesnews.com

Homestead Décor, Inc.

2058 Allouez Ave., Green Bay 920-469-2530

The place to shop for home furnishings, décor, florals and gifts. We have boutique lines including Brighton, Vera Bradley, Thymes, and many baby brands. homesteaddecor.com

Packers Pro Shop

1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 800-992-5750

A football fan’s dream destination with 21,000 sq. ft. of unique shopping featuring thousands of products. Highlights include exclusive team and on-field merchandise, as well as an expansive collection of Lambeau Field goods. packersproshop.com

Pete's Garage

142 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-857-1690

Pete's Garage is a full-service bicycle, ski, snowboard and outdoor recreation store. We offer everything to make your outdoor adventures epic. Bicycle and ski rentals are also available. petesgarage.com

School House 770 Willard Dr., Green Bay 920-499-7999

School House is filled with fun, educational toys and games. Try them for yourself with our in-store demos. We also have the largest in-store selection of materials for teachers. educationmakesthedifference.com

Schroeder's Flowers

1530 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay 920-436-6363

Schroeder’s Flowers is a fullservice florist since 1899 with cutting-edge floral designs. Area’s largest selection of flowers and plants. 24-hour online ordering and same day delivery. schroederflowers.com

The Heel Shoe Fitters

930 Waube Ln., Green Bay 920-435-0721

Voted Best of the Bay five years running, The Heel Shoe Fitters offers the best service, selection and prices in the area. With over 60,000 pairs of shoes in stock, the expertly trained staff is sure to help you find what you're looking for! theheel.com

Turtle Island Gifts & Gallery

1641 Commanche Ave., Ste. C., Green Bay, 920-785-4318

Find the perfect gift! Choose from a diverse and interesting variety of one-of-a-kind art in all mediums. Made by local and Native American artists. facebook.com/TurtleIslandgifts

Vandervest Harley-Davidson 1966 Velp Ave., Green Bay 920-498-8822

Our impressive, new threebuilding dealership is a destination. Our bike showroom is like walking down the streets of Sturgis. We offer Harley rentals, full service/parts, clothing and collectibles, and two banquet facilities for weddings, parties and business events. vvhd.com


128 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-857-1251

Express your own unique style in trend-forward, comfortable clothing and accessories. From classics to breezy boho, we have clothes for your mood. Come visit us! facebook.com/ ZuLouOnBroadway/


Kohler Waters Spa at Lodge Kohler 1950 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay 920-327-4605

Our state-of-the-art spa offers innovative water treatments, therapeutic massages and a host of finishing treatments. Amenities include a steam room, sauna, cold plunge pool and hydro massage pool. lodgekohler.com/spa

LUX Spa 444 Reid St., De Pere 920-288-2178

LUX Spa is the area's premier body, wellness, and beauty facility, focusing on your body, wellness, spirit, energy and beauty. premierluxspa.com

Salon Elan 2160 Holmgren Way, Ste. 101, Green Bay, 920-498-3220 Full-Service Salon. Our objective is to create your desired look while offering a professional opinion to maintain a long-lasting relationship. We use only the finest in hair cosmetics and makeup to enhance your overall beauty. salonelangb.com

Weiler Academy Wellness and Spa 3235 Riverside Dr., Green Bay 920-288-2123

Weiler Academy ("the best kept secret in Green Bay") has international flair offering healing, wellness, and spa experiences not found anywhere else in the area. weileracademy.com


Country Ovens

229 E. Main St., Forestville 920-856-6767

Cherry De-Lite, Door County’s Original Dried Cherry. Sample our products and see how they’re made. Large selection of cherry products that make great gifts. Order online or by phone, we ship anywhere! countryovens.com

Cultivate Taste Tea Salon 520 N. Broadway, Ste. 120, Green Bay, 920-770-7163   Enjoy our international, awardwinning, loose-leaf teas sourced and blended by the owner. Stay for a cup or pot of tea and enjoy delicious, made from scratch, vegetarian fare. cultivatetaste.com

Little Witch Shop

550 N. Military Ave., Green Bay 920-455-0254

Metaphysical Store. Witchcraft essentials and supplies. A Little bit of Witchery! Come feel the positive vibes and peaceful shopping experience. littlewitchshop.com

LoCo WisCo 112 N. Washington St., Green Bay 920-489-8122

LoCo WisCo features locally crafted Wisconsin goods from over 70 Wisconsin-based businesses. It's the perfect place to stop to find a Wisconsin souvenir or gift. facebook.com/LoCoWisCo

Oilerie Green Bay

2064 Lime Kiln Rd., Green Bay 920-857-2331

As seen on Shark Tank! Fresh Italian E.V.O.O. and aged Balsamic on tap – we don’t bottle it until you buy it! A magic shop for cooks. oilerie.com

Revolution Development

2160 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-716-7186

Boasting a year-round indoor public market, the Revolution Development is a group of businesses who value connection, community, and growth! you can find Salon Elan, McKayla Marie Sweets, Bountiful Boards, and Souper Day at Revolution Development. therevolutiondevelopment. squarespace.com

Revolution Public Market

2160 Holmgren Way, Ste. 103, Green Bay, 920-227-3921

Public Market Featuring Local Businesses. Bountiful Boards Fromagerie & Charcuterie, and Souper Day Green Bay. INSIDE; Local Produce Stand, Kombucha Bar, Local Artist Wall, Café, Classes, Community Events, Catering. revolutionpublicmarket.com

Scray Cheese 2082 Old Martin Rd., De Pere 920-347-0303

Experience the tradition of artisan Wisconsin cheese making, with a wide variety of specialty cheese, local wine and gourmet coffee. Stop by for homemade fresh cheese curds or have them shipped to your door. scraycheese.com

Seroogy’s Chocolates - De Pere 144 N. Wisconsin St., De Pere 920-336-1383

Founded in 1899, Seroogy’s specializes in traditional homemade chocolates and fresh coffees. Our Ashwaubenon and De Pere stores are among the largest Midwest candy shops. Tour groups are welcome for shopping. seroogys.com

Seroogy’s ChocolatesAshwaubenon

784 Willard Dr., Green Bay 920-632-6310, seroogys.com

The Candy Bar

2490 Lineville Rd., “Sweet” B, Green Bay, 920-301-3100

Green Bay's must stop for old time retro and novelty candies as well as our handmade chocolates, fudge, brittles, toffee and made from scratch 150-yearold recipe caramel. Creating sweet moments for you one bite at a time. thecandybarwi.com

Tsyunhehkwa (joon-hey-qwa)

"Life's Sustenance" - Certified Organic Farm

139 Riverdale Dr., Oneida 920-869-2718-Farm, 920-869-4379-Cannery

We are a community-based agricultural and cannery program. Seasonal produce, grass-fed beef, free range chickens/ eggs, food processing and preservation. Workshops and tours upon request. Open to the public. oneida-nsn.gov/ resources/environmental/foodag-area/tsyunhehkwa/

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1951 West

Located inside Comfort Suites Hotel and Conference Center 1951 Bond St., Green Bay 920-497-4701 facebook.com/1951WestGB

a’Bravo Bistro 2069 Central Ct., Green Bay 920-432-7286

Fun, relaxed upscale dining with a flair. Boasting a seasonal outdoor patio, extensive wine selection and seasonal specialty drinks. Featuring New American cuisine, low carb, gluten free, and vegan menu options. Knowledgeable, friendly staff. Join us today! Abravobistro.com

Bleu Restaurant & Lounge

2200 Dickinson Rd., De Pere 920-347-5000

Bleu Restaurant is a chef-owned and operated restaurant that prides itself on using fresh, local ingredients. bleudining.com

Chefusion Eclectic Cuisine and Lounge

307 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-432-2300

Chef inspired restaurant with two unique menus. Seasonally changing cutting-edge cuisine, small plates, three-course prefixed menu, daily features, happy hour specials, live music and catering available. chefusion.com

Chives Restaurant 1749 Riverside Dr., Suamico 920-434-6441

Chives stellar reputation for food quality, presentation, and ambiance are well earned. We offer delectable specialty items in all price ranges. Our professional waitstaff offers a fun, first-class dining experience. chivesdining.com


121 N. Adams St., Green Bay 920-403-0900

Classic Italian menu, influenced in part by the Tuscany region of northern Italy, and an expansive list of quality wines provide the ingredients for a memorable evening. mangiare-greenbay.com

Plae Bistro

1671 Hoffman Rd., Green Bay 920-632-7065

Award-winning bistro offers a warm contemporary atmosphere with a big city vibe. Cutting edge American cuisine and an extensive wine and martini selection. Seasonal outdoor patio. Hwy. 172 to GV-South to Hoffman Road. 1.5 blocks on right. plaebistro.com

Republic Chophouse 218 N. Adams St., Green Bay 920-430-7900

Where steak and style meet. With an exciting repertoire of chef-inspired dishes, a full bar with featured cocktails and a cool urban vibe, it's a must-see destination. republicchophouse.com

River’s Bend

792 Riverview Dr., Green Bay 920-544-9860

Traditional Wisconsin supper club with a touch of class! Picturesque waterfront dining, salad bar, Friday fish fry, prime rib Saturday and the best Old Fashioneds in Green Bay. Sunday Brunch 10 a.m.–2 p.m. riversbendgb.com

Taverne in the Sky

1950 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay 920-327-4600

This fifth-floor restaurant, bar and outdoor lounge, specializes in fine modern rotisserie cuisine and offers panoramic views of Lambeau Field and Titletown. Open for both lunch and dinner. lodgekohler.com

The Walnut Room – Green Bay

Located inside Hotel Northland 304 N. Adams St., Green Bay 920-770-2399 thewalnutroomgb.com

Union Hotel Restaurant 200 N. Broadway, De Pere 920-336-6131

Historic hotel and restaurant in downtown De Pere. Building is listed on the National Register. Restaurant features aged steaks, fresh seafood and an art deco bar. facebook.com/ UnionHotelDePere

Wissota Chophouse

Located inside Cobblestone Hotel & Suites De Pere 499 Main Ave., De Pere 920-336-8519 wissotachophouse.com/de-pere/


1919 Kitchen & Tap 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-965-6970

Discover something deliciously different at Lambeau Field! We offer new twists on old favorites in a rustic, industrial setting. Enjoy fresh, local ingredients, nearly 40 types of beers on tap and hand-crafted cocktails. Open 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily. Hours may vary on game and event days. 1919kitchenandtap.com

888 Cheese & Co 1582 Lineville Road, Suamico 920-455-0097

A twist on the classic grilled cheese! Green Bay's only Gourmet Grilled Cheese restaurant! Craft sodas, wine and beer. Dog friendly patio! Located just off the highway for easy access. 888cheeseandco.com

Al’s Hamburgers 131 S. Washington St., Green Bay 920-437-5114 Established in 1934, Al’s Hamburgers is a Green Bay institution that is a must for visitors. Famous for our hamburgers and homemade milkshakes! alshamburgergb.com

Anduzzi's Sports Club 1992 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-965-1111

Voted Green Bay's "Best Sports Bar" and "Happy Hour." Located in the shadows of Lambeau Field. We are a family-friendly sports club that transitions to an evening hot spot, NOW serving weekend brunch and offering carryout. anduzzis.com

Anduzzi’s Sports Club – East 900 Kepler Dr., Green Bay 920-544-0874

Voted Green Bay's "Best Sports Bar" and "Happy Hour" four years in a row. We are a family-friendly sports club that transitions to an evening hot spot. Serving weekend brunch and offering carryout. anduzzis.com

Anduzzi's Sports Club of Howard 2555 Lineville Rd., Howard 920-544-8268

Voted Green Bay's "Best Sports Bar" and "Happy Hour" four years in a row. We are a family-friendly sports club that transitions to an evening hot spot. Serving weekend brunch and offering carryout. anduzzis.com

Bacon Burger Company 2450 Velp Ave., Ste. 102, Green Bay, 920-393-4762

We grind choice bottom round chuck roast with fresh bacon every day. Bacon Burger Company will not disappoint. Come in today and enjoy a delicious burger and a great customer experience. baconburgercompany.com

Bay Family Restaurant

Located inside Bay Motel 1301 S. Military Ave., Green Bay 920-494-3441

Serving Green Bay since 1958. Known for our fabulous breakfast menu, homemade soups and daily specials. Friday fish fry is a must. Serving freshly breaded lake perch, baked cod and our famous clam chowder. Beer, wine and cocktails. baymotelgreenbay.com

Caribou Restaurant

Located inside Tundra Lodge Resort and Waterpark 865 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-405-8700

Savor our specialty buffets, daily specials and signature dishes while enjoying views of the waterpark. tundralodge.com/dining

Cedar & Sage Grill House

Purcell’s Beer Garden

Sky World Coffee & Custard

The Noodle Bar Located inside Radisson Hotel and Conference Center 2040 Airport Dr., Green Bay 920-494-7300

Cedar & Sage Grill House, we invite you to enjoy the best local meats, freshwater fish, produce and dairy our chefs can source.

Focused on the natural goodness of the food, you will find familiar Midwestern ingredients prepared with the straight-forward style and taste of our Wisconsin heritage.

Purcell’s Beer Garden features thirst quenching cocktails. Sit outside on our deck while cheering on your favorite team on one of our many tv's.

Sky World Coffee & Custard, stop in for locally sourced coffee while also enjoying a tasty breakfast or lunch sandwich. Enjoy our famous custard for dessert. Open daily 6 a.m.

The Noodle Bar, located inside Oneida Casino, offers cooked to order Asian Cuisine. Open 11 a.m. to closing.


Copper State Brewing Company

313 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-489-8575

Family-owned craft brewery specializing in nitro beers and fruited sours. Food and coffee as finely crafted as the beer. Offering unique tours and spaces available to rent. copperstate.beer

D2 Sports Pub – Stadium District 788 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 920-499-3110

One block from Lambeau Field and next to the Resch Center, our pub is the perfect place to fill your belly or enjoy a cocktail before and after any event. thed2sportspub.com

Glass Nickel Pizza Co. 416 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-490-1000

Glass Nickel Pizza Company is best known for our awardwinning gourmet pizzas. We also serve subs, salads, pasta and wings. Available for delivery, dine in or carry out. Open late! glassnickelpizza.com

Golden Greats Bar and Grill Located inside Holiday InnStadium 2785 Ramada Way, Green Bay 920-569-4248

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Graystone Ale House 3711 Monroe Rd., De Pere 920-347-2727

Graystone Ale House features family-friendly dining and a spacious bar with 26 craft beers on tap. Private areas available. Friday fish fry, delivery, gluten free options and customer shuttle also available. graystonealehouse.com

Happy Joe’s Pizza/Ice Cream 1675 E. Mason St., Green Bay 920-465-0690

A fun, family-friendly restaurant. Weekday lunch buffet 11am1:30pm that includes a variety of pizza, pasta, salad bar, cheese sticks and dessert pizza. We accept reservations, accommodate groups, delivery/ carry out available. Our "Taco Joe Pizza" is a local favorite. happyjoes.com /locations/ wisconsin


Brewery & Restaurant

1001 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-438-8050

Hinterland is a craft brewery and restaurant aimed for perfection. We hang our hat on preparing tasty, locally raised food alongside a great beer from our brewery. hinterlandbeer.com

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Hotel Stebbins Restaurant & Bar

201 Steele St., Algoma 920-487-5521

Casual fine dining and a classic lounge. Located inside the only full-service hotel in Algoma. Known for our steaks, wide variety menu and Friday fish fry. Five miles south of Door County. thehotelstebbins.com

Kroll’s West 1990 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay 920-497-1111

Kroll's West is a family-owned, family-friendly restaurant located directly west of Lambeau Field. Charcoal grilled sandwiches, traditional style dinners and fullservice bar. Enjoy Big Ten and NFL networks, and NFL Sunday ticket in HD. krollswest.com

Mackinaws Grill and Spirits 2925 Voyager Dr., Green Bay 920-406-8000

A rustic, casual restaurant your whole family will enjoy! Check out our “Cabin Bar” for nightly specials and entertainment. Mackinaws, where rustic, casual and great food come together. mackinaws.com

Main Street Bourbon Room 1279 Main St., Green Bay 920-857-3065

Main Street Bourbon Room is Green Bay’s premiere bourboncentric gastropub, focusing on a farm-to-table concept, craft cocktails and one of the largest offerings of high-end bourbons in Wisconsin. msbr-gb.com

Nicky’s Lionhead Tavern

331 Main Ave., De Pere 920-983-2991

Nicky’s, established in 1981, has been welcoming friends and families for over three decades, providing great food and a welcoming atmosphere. Come visit us. You can’t have too many friends. nickys.com

Parker John's BBQ & Pizza

2851 S. Oneida St., Green Bay 920-405-6705

Boasting a full bar featuring loaded Bloody Mary's, Wisconsin draft beer and crazy cocktails. ALL DAY Happy Hour SundayThursday! Satisfy yourself with our hickory smoked BBQ and stone fired pizzas. parkerjohns.com/greenbay

Poke the Bear

Located inside Hotel Northland 304 N. Adams St., Green Bay 920-770-2433 pokethebeargb.com

Prime Quarter Steak House 2610 S. Oneida St., Green Bay 920-498-8701

Grill your own U.S.D.A. choice steak on a live hickory charcoal grill. All dinners include unlimited salad bar, baked potato and Texas toast. Dinner served 5-10 p.m. primequarter.com

Pub 333

Located inside Hyatt on Main 333 Main St., Green Bay 920-432-1234 www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/ wisconsin/hyatt-regency-greenbay/grbrg/dining

Sammy’s Pizza

2161 S. Oneida St., Green Bay 920-499-6644

We are family owned and operated and have been serving the Green Bay area since our grandfather and father made the first pizza in 1958. sammyspizzagreenbay.com

Stadium View Sports Bar and Banquet Facility 1963 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-498-1989

Located in the heart of the Stadium District. Stadium View is a MUST SEE. We have won many national awards and are THE place to be before, after and on game day. thestadiumview.com

The Bar – Stadium Area 2001 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-499-9989

Located in the entertainment district next to Lambeau Field.

The Bar features a large outdoor beer garden with three fire pits. Great food, delivery and customer shuttle also available. Private party areas available. meetatthebar.com

The Bar - Lime Kiln 606 Lime Kiln Rd., Green Bay 920-468-3566

The Bar features four indoor volleyball courts, two bocce ball courts, outdoor dining with fire pits, pub food, pizza and award-winning wings. Delivery and customer shuttle available. Private party areas available. meetatthebar.com

The Booyah Shed 1800 S. Ashland Ave., #3702 920-371-6249

The Booyah Shed is a dine in or take out restaurant offering everything from homemade Chicken Booyah, chili, burgers, steak sandwiches, wraps, grilled cheese, Friday fish, desserts, mixed drinks, beer and much more.


The Bottle Room 2300 Lineville Rd., Ste. 101, Green Bay, 920-661-9463

A relaxing atmosphere that brings back the lost art of socializing. Amazing craft beer and hand selected wines by the glass. Retail wine to go, a full bar, delicious food, along with live music on Fridays and Saturdays. Come see what's inside The Bottle. the-bottle-room.com

The Marq 3177 French Rd., De Pere 920-785-8090

Dine-in or carry-out with a full menu, from prime rib, steaks, hand battered cheese curds, burgers and more! In addition, we provide all your corporate or social event needs. Small meetings to extravagant weddings. On-site or off-site catering. themarqwi.com

The Pancake Place 143 S. Military Ave., Green Bay 920-499-2221

Our family owned and operated restaurant is known for plate size pancakes, stuffed hash browns, homemade soups, specials and desserts. Serving full menu daily 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. eatpancakeplace.com

The Turn

1025 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 888-902-8876

The Turn Powered by Topgolf Swing Suite is an immersive experience. Eat, drink and play using the latest virtual gaming technology. Nine interactive experiences, including the popular Topgolf target game, Zombie Dodgeball, Hockey Shots and more! theturngreenbay.com

Urban 80 Kitchen + Bar

Located inside Delta by Marriott 2750 Ramada Way, Green Bay 920-499-0631

Urban 80 is a contemporary restaurant, with a focus on creating memorable, Germanicinfluenced dishes centered around locally and regionally sourced ingredients. facebook. com/urban80greenbay

Zesty’s Frozen Custard and Grill 508 Greene Ave., Green Bay 920-884-0505 2639 Lineville Rd., Suamico 920-857-9067

Enjoy Green Bay’s finest homemade frozen custard indoors or out. Dine in yearround to enjoy fresh burgers, homemade soup, cheese curds and much more! zestyscustard.com

Zesty’s Frozen Custard - De Pere (Seasonal) 3718 Riverside Dr., De Pere 920-336-2601

Enjoy Green Bay’s finest homemade frozen custard at our classic walk-up stand, open seasonally. We promise the frozen custard will be silky smooth every time you stop for a treat! zestyscustard.com


46 Below Bistro 1065 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7516

This bistro, sitting beneath the hill at Titletown, pays homage to the 1967 Ice Bowl at Lambeau Field, during which the wind chill temperature plummeted to 46 below zero. The bistro serves quick bites and comfort food, as well as drinks for park visitors. titletown.com /events/dining

Cheese Cake Heaven Bakery, Café, Deli 2075 S. Oneida St., Green Bay 920-490-1200

Cheese Cake Heaven is a restaurant, café and lounge open for breakfast lunch and dinner. Great menu. Signature cocktails, craft beer on tap. Two blocks from Lambeau. cheesecakeheaven.com

Crystal Coffee Café & Beanery 2625 S. Packerland Dr., Green Bay, 920-490-5519

Crystal Coffee offers a relaxed setting with homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, bakery and more. Roasting coffee onsite since 1991. Breakfast and lunch. Free WiFi. Drive thru, close to the airport. crystalcoffeecafe.com

Grapevine Café 2058 Allouez Ave., Green Bay 920-469-2730

Our relaxing and casual dining experience is like no other. Whether it’s for breakfast or lunch, our menu boasts a variety of delicious specialties prepared to order by our team of chefs. grapevine-cafe.com

Great Harvest Bread Co. 802 George St., De Pere 920-336-9111

We offer a wide variety of sweet, savory, grainy, seasonal and ‘cinnamony’ breads that are baked from scratch daily. Breakfast, lunch and dinner sandwiches are made-to-order. Catering is available for any size group. greatharvestdepere.com

Leaps & Bounds Café

1950 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay 920-456-4537

Located in Lodge Kohler within Titletown, Leaps & Bounds is a cafe open for breakfast and small bites with an outdoor terrace located on the plaza level. Will it make you leap? We think so. lodgekohler.com

LaJava Roasting House & Café

430 Cardinal Ln., Green Bay 920-662-0500

LaJava offers a wide variety of fair trade, organic and flavored coffees, and 80 bulk teas. Large selection of accessories and unique gifts. Espresso bar, breakfast and lunch. Free WiFi. lajavaroastinghouse.com

LaJava – Drive-Thru Locations

2422 W. Mason St., Green Bay 920-405-8459

1250 Velp Ave., Green Bay 920-785-9180

Luna Coffee & Roastery

330 Main Ave., De Pere 920-336-1557

2665 Monroe Rd., De Pere 920-632-7626

Your local shop for fresh roasted coffee on site; scratch baking and cooking; and friendly, knowledgeable service since 2000. lunacafe.com

Not By Bread Alone 940 Hansen Rd., Ste. C, Green Bay, 920-429-9422

An independent owner operated bakery/café. Food from scratch with the best ingredients possible, consistency and amazing customer service are what makes us special. notbybread.com

The Cupcake Couture 310 Main Ave., De Pere 1221 Lombardi Access Rd., Ashwaubenon, 920-632-7247

Baking specialty gourmet cupcakes from scratch every day, in delicious and unique flavors. Create your own with frosting and toppings of your choice! Enjoy cake balls, cookies, and other delicious treats at our fun and cozy shop. thecupcakecouture.com

The Exchange Coffee, Mercantile & Eatery 317 Main Ave., De Pere 920-343-6626

We exist to bring a life-giving atmosphere to the (920) marketplace and beyond. Our unique products and peaceful environment inspire our city through simple elegance.  theexchangecoffee.com

Uncle Mike's Bake Shoppe

1840 Dickinson Rd., De Pere 920-330-0300

2514 Lineville Rd., Suamico 920-434-0100

2999 E. Mason, Green Bay 920-544-0330

Award-winning bakery. Homemade cakes, pies, cookies, donuts, muffins, artisan breads, espresso drinks, coffee and smoothies. Awarded the Best Kringle in North America. Named one of America's best raisin breads.


Luna Café, De Pere


Angelina Authentic Italian


117 N. Adams St., Green Bay 920-437-7248

Experience “al Fresco” dining in our courtyard, just like in Italy. Dine or relax in the restaurant or lounge inside a historic building in downtown Green Bay. Meeting or party room available. angelinagb.com

Caliente La Fiesta Mexicana

623 George St., De Pere 920-336-8737

The place to go for phenomenal FIESTA margaritas and authentic Mexican food prepared using family recipes and the freshest ingredients. Experience a festive atmosphere with a neighborhood feel. Enjoy our outdoor patio, too! calientedepere.com

Little Tokyo

121 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-433-9323

Little Tokyo is Green Bay’s first sushi bar. The menu includes appetizers, varieties of fresh sushi, maki rolls and hot entrees including filet mignon, chicken and seafood teriyaki. greenbaysushi.com

Lorelei Inn

1412 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay 920-432-5921

Family-owned business for over 60 years. German-American food, great European beer selection along with popular craft beers. loreleiinn.com

Los Banditos

2335 W. Mason St., Green Bay 920-494-4505

A local favorite for over 35 years. Los Banditos has been continuously rated Green Bay’s favorite Mexican restaurant. Complete menu of Mexican food, as well as non-Mexican selections. Great margaritas! losbanditoswest.com

Margarita’s Famous Mexican Food & Cantina

1241 Lombardi Access Rd., Ste. A, Green Bay, 920-429-0400

Features Northeastern Wisconsin’s most famous Mexican food and features the biggest and best margaritas. Enjoy our festive atmosphere. Locally owned and operated - not a franchise. margaritas-greenbay.com

Olive Garden 2819 Oneida St., Green Bay 920-496-7974

Olive Garden is part of a family of local restaurants focusing on delighting every guest with a genuine Italian dining experience. Our purpose is hospitaliano! Our passion for 100% guest delight. When you’re here, you’re family. olivegarden.com

St. Brendan's Inn Restaurant

Located inside St. Brendan's Inn

234 S. Washington St., Green Bay 920-884-8484 saintbrendansinn.com

Taste of India

2237 S. Oneida St., Green Bay 920-338-9200

Serving you Indian delicacies since 2005. Whether for meat lover, vegetarian, vegan or if you're someone who wants to try it all, Taste of India has the perfect dish to suit everyone's taste buds. tasteofindiagreenbay.com


Fox Harbor Pub and Grill

348 S. Washington St., Green Bay 920-593-8327

Located on the beautiful riverfront of downtown Green Bay, just steps from the Fox River Trail. Whether you're on foot, bike or boat, stop in for a cold refreshment and a bite to eat. 10 free-transit slips to accommodate boats. FHpubandgrill.com

Hagemeister Park

325 N. Washington St., Green Bay 920-884-9909

Hagemeister Park, named after the original home of the Packers, is an upscale, yet casual restaurant located in downtown Green Bay, has a beautiful patio connected to the CityDeck and the Fox River Trail. Private party area for up to 150 people. hagemeisterpark.com


Amphora Wine Bar

131 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-391-5417

Amphora Wine Bar, in the historic Broadway District, is an Art Deco inspired lounge offering its patrons a globally diverse wine selection, unique cocktails, Wisconsin craft beer and shareable plates. amphorawinebar.com

Burkel's One Block Over 1007 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay, 920-544-8367

We are located right behind Kwik Trip on Lombardi Ave. just a Hail Mary from Lambeau Field. Beautiful bar & restaurant. Great food, fantastic staff and nice outdoor dining. burkelsoneblockover.com


231 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-884-1158

Neighborhood bar located in Green Bay's historic Broadway district. We offer nightly specials, live music, outdoor beer garden, private event space, happy hour chatter and a late-night party atmosphere. keggersgreenbay.com

Richard Craniums

840 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-430-1699

Neighborhood tavern featuring excellent wings, bloody’s and beer. Numerous events, projections screens, daily lunch and drink specials. Not gonna lie, it’s pretty amazing, you should really check us out. richardcraniums.com

Yukon Jax Bar

Located inside Tundra Lodge Resort and Waterpark 865 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-405-8700

Following a day of travel, work or waterpark fun, enjoy a frosty pint, a specialty wine or a perfectly mixed Bloody Mary made with infused vodka. tundralodge.com/ dining/yukon-jax-bar-grill

Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries


Ahnapee Brewery

1824 Parkfield Ct., Suamico 920-785-0895

Join us at our four-stall garage taproom just north of Green Bay, directly off Hwy. 41. Enjoy specialty brews, tap room exclusives and all your favorites, fresh from the source! Outdoor patio and indoor seating. Open year round, 7 days a week. ahnapeebrewery.com

Badger State Brewing Company 990 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay, 920-634-5687

Award-winning destination craft brewery, tap room, beer garden and event hall. Passionate about crafting unique and delicious beers. badgerstatebrewing.com

Copper State Brewing Company

313 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-489-8575

Family-owned craft brewery specializing in nitro beers and fruited sours. Food and coffee as finely crafted as the beer. Offering unique tours and spaces available to rent. copperstate.beer

Hinterland Brewery & Restaurant 1001 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-438-8050

Hinterland is a craft brewery and restaurant aimed for perfection. We hang our hat on preparing tasty, locally raised food alongside a great beer from our brewery. hinterlandbeer.com

Noble Roots Brewing Company 2790 University Ave., Green Bay 920-489-2874

Family-owned and operated craft brewery pouring flavorful, approachable, innovative beer in a gorgeous tap room with a view of Green Bay's east side.  noblerootsbrewing.com

Stillmank Beer Company 215 N. Henry St., Green Bay 920-785-2337

Local brewer of small batch craft beers, best known for Wisco Disco, a very well hopped amber ale brewed with a touch of lactose, a perfect complement to Wisconsin cheese. stillmankbrewing.com

Titletown Brewing Company 320 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-437-2337

Located in the historic Broadway District, Titletown Brewing Company has so much to offer. 16+ award-winning beers on tap, a large tap room, one-of-a-kind roof tap space. titletownbrewing.com

Zambaldi Beer  1649 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay 920-455-0473

We are a family-owned brewery and taproom. We offer great beer, house-made soda, wine and snacks in our family friendly taproom and patio. zambaldi.com


Captain’s Walk Winery

345 S. Adams St., Green Bay 920-431-9255

Enjoy a premium wine tasting in one of downtown Green Bay's oldest homes. Wines are created with unique characteristics that are loaded with flavor! Enjoy hard cider, flights, wine by the glass, and small plates from our bistro. captainswalkwinery.com

Duck Creek Vineyard and Winery 5046 Cty Rd. R, Denmark 920-863-2104

Besides our hand-crafted wines, we also offer the unique experience of customers crafting their own wine. Great idea for weddings, anniversaries, bachelorette parties, etc. Located 15 minutes southeast of Green Bay. duckcreekwine.xyz

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LedgeStone Vineyards

6381 Hwy. 57, Greenleaf 920-532-4384

The escape on the escarpment - come for the wine, stay for the views. Indoor and outdoor winery and vineyard with micro crafted wines from Wisconsin grapes. Serving wine, beer and food. ledgestonevineyards.com

Mona Rose Winery

2696 S. Packerland Dr., Green Bay, 920-371-2995

Local, family-owned winery offering handcrafted, international award-winning varietal wines. Enjoy our cozy, rustic tasting room/wine bar with banquet room and outdoor patio while sampling 24+ wines, local and state microbrew beers, and various cheese plates. monarosewinery.com

Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery N2185 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Kewaunee, 920-388-4400

Nestled in the glacier-etched valley of Northeast Wisconsin and just east of Green Bay. Stroll our vineyard, tour our winery, and sample our locally grown, internationally awarded wines. parallel44.com

Trout Springs Winery 8150 River Rd., Greenleaf 920-864-7761

Trout Springs Winery is the only Class A trout hatchery and winery at one location in Wisconsin.

The five-acre estate vineyard offers 30 different award-winning wines. troutspringswinery.com

von Stiehl Winery 115 Navarino St., Algoma 920-487-5208

Established in 1957, Wisconsin's oldest licensed winery is located 38 minutes east of Green Bay on the shores of Lake Michigan. Enjoy award-winning wines, tour historic wine cellars, and taste wines for all palates. A must-stop for the wine aficionado! vonstiehl.com


Paradise North Distillery Co. 101 Bay Beach Rd., Ste. 5, Green Bay, 920-328-9949

Paradise North Distillery is an artisan distillery, manufacturing and selling premium handcrafted, full-bodied spirits. This includes rum, whiskey, and vodka.



From luxurious four-star hotels to water parks and bed and breakfasts, the Green Bay area has accommodations aplenty! When you’re looking for a place to stay our hoteliers will make you feel at home while you explore our bountiful city. And you’ll find so much more than just a roof and a bed. Many of our local hotels offer top-notch cuisine, great pools and activities, fitness centers and business suites. Whether you’re here on business or pleasure the hotel community in Green Bay will make your stay with our patented midwest hospitality and Wisconsin friendliness. You’ll leave with more than just memories - you’ll likely pick up a few new friends along the way.

Explore all our lodging options and their unique accomodations in this section of the guide. To dive deeper into the Green Bay area lodging scan the QR code at the bottom of this page.

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Aloft Hotel 465 Pilgrim Way, Green Bay, 920-884-0800 105 • • • • • • • •

A Marriott Bonvoy Hotel - Aloft Green Bay, where travel breaks the mold. Discover style at a steal in the home of the green and gold, along the Fox River. Close to Austin Straubel International Airport and historic Lambeau Field. marriott.com/grbal

AmericInn Near Stadium 2815 Ramada Way, Green Bay, 920-494-8790 78 • • • • • •

Conveniently located right off highway 41 and Oneida St. AmericInn Near Stadium is just two miles from Lambeau Field, and Hall of Fame. americinn.com

Bay Motel 1301 S. Military Ave., Green Bay, 920-494-3441 53 • • • Just over one mile from Lambeau Field and the Resch Center. Our rooms feature room front parking, full cable and HBO, refrigerators, microwaves, free WiFi and breakfast coupons for adults at our family restaurant. baymotelgreenbay.com

Baymont by Wyndham 2840 S. Oneida St., Green Bay, 920-494-7887 75 • • • • • • • Best value in its class. Free continental breakfast, free high-speed wireless Internet. Fitness center. Just minutes from shopping and restaurants. Lambeau Field is just two miles away. wyndhamhotels.com/hotels/17882

Best Western Green Bay Inn and Conference Center 145 • • • • • • • • 780 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay, 920-499-3161

Located one block east of Lambeau Field and adjacent to the Resch Center. Complimentary hot breakfast, large indoor atrium pool area, spacious guest rooms, convention facilities and restaurant/lounge. bestwesterngreenbayinn.com

Country Inn & Suites - Green Bay Stadium 2945 Allied St., Green Bay, 920-336-6600 75 • • • • • • • •

Conveniently located off Interstate 41 and Oneida Street, just minutes from Lambeau Field, shopping, restaurants and other Green Bay attractions. Ideal hotel whether your travel is for business or pleasure. countryinns.com/greenbaywi_south

Delta Hotels by Marriott Green Bay 2750 Ramada Way, Green Bay, 920-499-0631 145 • • • • • • • • •

Delta Hotels by Marriott Green Bay is designed for effortless travel and events that inspire. Featuring an upscale, full-service hotel experience with modern rooms and amenities. Marriott.com/GRBDE

Fairfield Inn by Marriott 2850 S. Oneida St., Green Bay, 920-497-1010 61 • • • • • • •

A friendly welcome awaits you! Relax in our 24-hour pool, whirlpool and fitness room. Complimentary breakfast, freshly brewed coffee and free high-speed Internet. At Fairfield Inns, you can expect more. greenbayfairfield.com

Hampton Inn – Stadium District 2840 Ramada Way, Green Bay, 920-498-9200 114 • • • • • • The Hampton Inn is rated by our guests as a favorite Green Bay Hotel on Trip Advisor. Enjoy our free breakfast. A proud member of the Hilton Family of Hotels. hilton.com/en/hotels/grbwihx-hampton-green-bay

Hilton Garden Inn 1015 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay, 920-405-0400 125 • • • • • • • Footsteps from Lambeau Field and Resch Center. 125 guest rooms featuring Keurig coffee makers, refrigerators, microwaves and complimentary WiFi. Now open for breakfast and dinner with evening bar service. greenbay.gardeninn.com

Holiday Inn & Suites - Stadium 2785 Ramada Way, Green Bay, 920-569-4248 118 • • • • • • • • • Conveniently located off Interstate 41 and in the heart of Green Bay’s Stadium District, we offer a great hotel guests love to return to over and over again. ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us/en/green-bay/grbhw/hoteldetail


Home2 Suites by Hilton Green Bay 810 Morris Ave., Green Bay, 920-227-5757 92 • • • • • • • •

It’s more than a place to stay; it’s your hangout and it’s just your style. After all, it’s your “address2”, so feel free to be you! Complimentary breakfast, saltwater pool. home2suites3.hilton.com

Lodge Kohler 1950 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay, 844-443-0084 144 • • • • • • • • • Titletown’s premier hotel. Lodge Kohler features a panoramic bar and restaurant with an unparalleled view of Lambeau Field and a full-service Kohler Waters Spa. lodgekohler.com

My Place Hotels – Green Bay 2220 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, 855-931-5035 64 • • • Make My Place Your Place in our newly built clean modern rooms, perfectly suited for short or long-term guests. Full kitchenette with the Best Nights Rest at affordable pricing. Book now! myplacehotels.com/my-place-hotel-green-bay-wi

Quality Inn Stadium Area 1978 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, 920-498-8088 77 • • • • • • • The Quality Inn is just one block from Lambeau Field, located in the heart of the Stadium District. Across the street from the Resch Center. choicehotels.com/wisconsin/green-bay/quality-inn-hotels/wi206

Residence Inn Green Bay Downtown 470 Marina Ln., Green Bay, 920-430-1770 103 • • • • • • •

All-suite hotel: 24-hour fitness center, light evening “The Mix” reception on Monday through Wednesday evenings, hot breakfast buffet and much more. Marriott.com/grbdt

SpringHill Suites by Marriott 1011 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay, 920-569-8500 127 • • • • • • • • • From business trips to life’s journeys, SpringHill Suites celebrates travel life with the space and the stylish, inspiring surroundings that empower and enrich the guest’s travel. marriott.com/grbsh

Tundra Lodge Resort, Waterpark and Conference Center 162 • • • • • • • • • 865 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay, 920-405-8700 Tundra Lodge Resort and Conference Center offers a unique, upscale Northwoods ambience. Relax in one of our suites and enjoy the 30,000-square foot waterpark. Conference Center available. tundralodge.com


AmericInn by Wyndham Green Bay East 67 • • • • • • • • • • 2628 Manitowoc Rd., Green Bay, 920-964-0177 Expect the highest level of service at one of Green Bay’s newest hotels! Indoor heated pool and whirlpool, free WiFi, and a hot, homestyle breakfast are waiting for you. americinn.com/hotels/wi/greenbayeast

AmericInn by Wyndham Green Bay West 2032 Velp Ave., Green Bay, 920-393-7799 81 • • • • • • • • • Come to our hotel for a quiet getaway and be treated to a warm smile, great service, free hot breakfast and quiet nights. americinn.com/hotels/wi/greenbaywest

Cobblestone Hotel & Suites 499 Main Ave., De Pere, 920-278-0111 60 • • • • • • • • Our beautiful hotel is conveniently located near everything that De Pere and the Green Bay area have to offer including Fox River & Trail, St. Norbert College, and much more. A short drive from Interstate 41 and minutes from downtown Green Bay! staycobblestone.com/wi/de-pere/

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Comfort Suites Hotel and Conference Center 115 • •

• • • • • • 1951 Bond St., Green Bay, 920-499-7449

Our newly renovated, all-suite facility offers full-service accommodations including 20,000 sq. ft. of banquet and conference space, our award-winning restaurant 1951 West, and Splash water attraction. Ask about our new rain shower suites! comfortsuitesgb.com

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Green Bay East 106 • • • • • • • • 850 Kepler Dr., Green Bay, 920-288-0101

Hotel and conference center are conveniently located off Interstate 43 and Mason Street just five miles from downtown Green Bay. Just a short drive from the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay campus and Bay Beach Amusement Park and Wildlife Sanctuary. countryinns.com/greenbaywi_east

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Green Bay North 63 • • • • • • • • 2308 Lineville Rd., Green Bay, 920-884-2000

Whether in Green Bay for a family getaway, a home game, or a business trip, this newly remodeled hotel provides a welcoming home away from home. radissonhotels.com/en-us/hotels/country-inn-green-bay-howard-wi

Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham 335 W. St. Joseph St., Green Bay, 920-435-2222 96 • • • • • • • •

Welcome home! Enjoy the comforts of home for a day, week, month or more. All-suite hotel, with fully equipped kitchens and sofa sleepers. Seasonal outdoor pool/hot tub. wyndhamhotels.com/hotels/47732

Holiday Inn Express and Suites 1663 Hoffman Rd., Green Bay, 920-593-4600 80 • • • • • • •

Conveniently located off Highway 172. Ideal for corporate and leisure travelers. Walking distance from restaurants and shops, you will find this area ideal for all your travel needs. holidayinnexpress.com/greenbay-wi

Kress Inn & Bemis Conference Center 300 Grant St., De Pere, 920-403-5100 46 • • • • • • •

Experience our Platinum, award-winning boutique-style inn, conveniently located near the Fox River and within walking distance to many unique shops, restaurants and area attractions. kressinn.com

Nuks Executive Suites 201 James St., De Pere, 920-347-0007 36 • • • • • •

Located within a 5-minute walk of Broadway Theatre, Nuks Executive Suites is within a mile (2 km) of St. Norbert College. This 36-room hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, transient boat slips, and free in-room WiFi. facebook.com/nuksthaicuisine

Sleep Inn and Suites 1600 Lawrence Dr., De Pere, 920-338-8800 76 • • • • • • •

Newly renovated, seven-time, award-winning hotel for business or leisure. Conveniently located at Interstate 41 and Scheuring Road. Ten minutes to Lambeau, airport or shopping. choicehotels.com/wi088

Union Hotel 200 N. Broadway, De Pere, 920-336-6131 4 • •

A national historic landmark building that features an excellent restaurant and Art Deco bar. The rooms feature queen beds and are ideal for the business traveler as well as the weekend getaway. facebook.com/UnionHotelDePere


Astor House Bed & Breakfast 637 S. Monroe, Green Bay, 920-432-3585 5 • • • Enjoy contemporary accommodations in the quiet comfort of an 1888 home. Our rooms feature private baths, whirlpools, fireplaces, WiFi, TVs and DVD players. Only eight minutes to Lambeau. astorhouse.com

Hampton Inn Downtown 201 Main St., Green Bay, 920-437-5900 135 • • • • • Located on the Fox River and connected to the KI Convention Center. Close to dining, CityDeck, and the Fox River Trail. greenbaydowntown.hamptoninn.com

Hotel Northland, Autograph Collection 304 N. Adams St., Green Bay, 920-393-7499 160 • • • • • • Hotel Northland, Autograph Collection is a historic full-service upscale Marriott Brand offering 160 guest rooms and 11,000 square feet of flexible meeting space with two restaurants on site. thehotelnorthland.com

Hyatt Regency Green Bay 333 Main St., Green Bay, 920-432-1234 241 • • • • • • • • • An all-suite hotel, offers spacious guest suites, complimentary state-of-the-art StayFit Health Club, complimentary pool, newly renovated restaurant and food options that feature food from natural, local and sustainable sources. greenbay.hyatt.com

Quality Inn and Suites 321 S. Washington St., Green Bay, 920-437-8771 89 • • • • • • • • • Conveniently located in downtown Green Bay, across from the Fox River Trail and three blocks from the Meyer Theatre. Many local restaurants, pubs and museums are within walking distance.qualityinngreenbay.com

St. Brendan’s Inn 234 S. Washington St., Green Bay, 920-884-8484 28 • • • • • All rooms include a queen size bed, walk-in rainfall shower, whirlpool bath, wireless Internet and complimentary breakfast. Our pub and restaurant offer traditional and contemporary Irish and American fare. saintbrendansinn.com


Airport Wingate by Wyndham 2065 Airport Dr., Green Bay, 920-617-2000 80 • • • • • •

Located on the grounds of Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport. Complimentary hot breakfast, Internet, 24-hour fitness, business center and airport shuttle. Meeting space available. wingatehotels.com

Extended Stay Airport 1639 Commanche Ave., Green Bay, 920-499-3600 69 • • • • • •

Rooms are spacious and include fully-equipped kitchens. Choose from one or two-bedroom suites, some with separate sleeping and living areas. Extend your stay for a day, a week, a month or more. extendedstaygreenbay.com

Hotel J 2620 S. Packerland Dr., Green Bay, 920-499-1900 103 • • • • • • • •

Rooms for any type of travel; rest assured. Located near the airport and casino. Complimentary, deluxe hot breakfast, airport shuttle, pool/whirlpool. Ask about our themed suites, hypo-allergenic rooms, two-room business suites and family suites. hoteljgb.com

Radisson Hotel and Conference Center 2040 Airport Dr., Green Bay, 920-494-7300 391 • • • • • • • •

Full-service hotel adjacent to Oneida Casino and across from the airport. 391 rooms, 30,000 square feet of flexible event space, restaurants, lounge, fitness center and pool. radisson.com/greenbaywi

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at the Waters Edge Bed N Breakfast N7136 Hwy. 42, Algoma, 920-203-9584

Located on Lake Michigan, we offer private entrances, private baths and the soothing sounds of crashing waves on our natural public beach. A full breakfast is included. atthewatersedgebnb.com

Hotel Stebbins 201 Steele St., Algoma, 920-487-5521

Algoma’s only full-service Inn! Amazing supper club and bar. Located only 15 minutes from Door County. Walking distance to the beach, shopping, public marina, Lake Michigan boardwalk, restaurants, brewery and winery. hotelstebbins.com

Scenic Shore Inn 2221 Lake St., Algoma, 920-487-3214 23

Relax in quiet comfort overlooking beautiful Lake Michigan. Only 30 miles to Green Bay and 15 miles to Sturgeon Bay. Enjoy our indoor pool, deck and sauna. Conference room available. scenicshoreinn.com



155 sites, W/E 30/50 Amp, restrooms, coin showers, dump station, Internet, laundry, LP Gas, firewood, heated pool, rec-hall, game room, playground, volleyball, fishing pond, groceries, yurt/cabin rental. applecreekcamping.com

Bay Shore County Park – Reservations taken 105 • • •

5637 Sturgeon Bay Rd. (Highway 57), New Franken, 920-448-4466 Situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, just northeast of Green Bay and offers a breathtaking view of the Bay of Green Bay. The campgrounds are nestled in the woods with restroom/shower facilities, boat launch and a pirate ship-themed playground. browncountyparks.org

Brown County Fairgrounds – First come, first served. No reservations. 46 • • • • • • 1500 Fort Howard Ave., De Pere, 920-448-4466 Providing 46 urban campsites located minutes away from Lambeau Field. Amenities include heated restrooms and showers, water access/boat landing and dump station. browncountyparks.org

Reforestation Camp Campground – Online Reservations Only 51 • • • • • 4418 Reforestation Rd., Green Bay, 920-448-6242

The campground is surrounded by hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails on more than 1,400 acres, and a short walk to the NEW Zoo. It includes two restroom and shower buildings and sites that have full RV hookups as well as small tent sites and a group camping area. browncountyparks.org


If you are looking to stay somewhere with your group just steps from Lambeau Field or the Resch Complex this is the ideal location! This new five-bedroom house comes equipped with five bathrooms, three living spaces, six big screen TV's, several bar areas, a rooftop patio, full-size laundry room and more! greenbaypartyhouse.com

Under the Lights of Lambeau 1845 S. Oneida St., Green Bay, 920-217-3632

Experience the luxuries of home in a unique football rental across from Lambeau Field. Available year round. Party deck, full game day tailgating. Convenient and centrally located. Accommodates up to 10. facebook.com/UnderTheLightsOfLambeau/


Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport 2077 Airport Dr., Green Bay 920-498-4800

Regional airport featuring modern conveniences with service on American, Delta, Frontier, Sun Country, and United to ATL, DTW, MSP, MCO, DEN and ORD providing connections worldwide. Your solution for hassle-free, convenient air travel! www.flygrb.com


Hertz - Austin Straubel Airport 2077 Airport Dr., Green Bay 920-498-6400

Hertz – Broadway Automotive 2700 Ashland Ave., Green Bay 920-498-7733

Corporate, daily, weekend and weekly rates for business, leisure or insurance replacement. Located at Austin Straubel Airport and at Broadway Automotive-Ashland. www.hertz.com

Kompelling™ Kars

520 N. Broadway, Ste. 208, Green Bay 920-403-0757

Whether you are here for a football game, taking in a concert or event at the Resch Complex, in town for business, or simply visiting your friends and family, Kompelling™ Kars is here to serve you and make sure your car rental experience is stellar! https://milesanthonysmith.com/blog/ car-rental-green-bay


First Student

1840 Lime Kiln Rd., Green Bay 920-468-6515

Providing customized solutions for your group transportation needs. With First Student, you’ll get professionally trained drivers and clean, well-maintained buses that meet or exceed federal, state and municipal safety requirements. www.firstcharterbus.com

Lamers Bus Lines, Inc. 2407 South Point Rd., Green Bay 920-496-3600

Discover Transportation

Lamers provides charter, shuttle, contract and trip planning service needs with a variety of vehicles: vans, school buses, trolleys, limo coaches, executive coaches, mini-coach buses and deluxe motor coaches. www.GoLamers.com

Miles to Green Bay

Chicago, IL 208

Des Moines, IA 433

Detroit, MI (via car ferry) 488

Door County, WI 50

Dubuque, IA 234

Duluth, MN 332 Eau Claire, WI 193 Escanaba, MI 111 Indianapolis, IN 393

Iron Mountain, MI 100 Kohler, WI 65

La Crosse, WI 203

Mackinac Island, MI 288 Madison, WI 137 Milwaukee, WI 117 Minneapolis, MN 279 Rockford, IL 212 St. Louis, MO 496 St. Paul, MN 270

Wausau, WI 97 Wisconsin Dells, WI 132


January High 24 Low 9

February High 28 Low 13

March High 39 Low 22

April High 54 Low 34

May High 66 Low 44

June High 75 Low 54

July High 80 Low 59

August High 78 Low 57

September High 70 Low 49

October High 57 Low 38

November High 42 Low 27

December High 29 Low 14

Average Precipitation: 2.46 in./mo.

Average Snowfall: 51.4 in./year

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Community Resources


Algoma Chamber of Commerce 1226 Lake St., Algoma 920-487-2041

Situated on Lake Michigan, come enjoy the beautiful beach boardwalk, Midwest’s finest salmon fishing, world-class winery, food, shopping, and art. Slow down, relax and enjoy. visitalgoma.com

Allouez Business Association 1794 E. Allouez Ave., Ste. C #154, Green Bay, 920-436-5523

A collaboration of local businesses and residents focused on improving relationships, development and sustainability. Dedicated to providing a positive and supportive environment by promoting a cohesive bond among our businesses. allouezbusiness.com

Ashwaubenon Business Association Green Bay, 920-405-3801

Over the past 50 years, the ABA has been one of the strongest business organizations in the area. The ABA provides community, business and networking events. ashwaubenonbusiness.com

BelGioioso Cheese, Inc. 4200 Main St., Green Bay 920-863-2123

BelGioioso Cheese is familyowned and operated since 1979. Our master cheesemakers hand-craft Italian artisan cheeses from fresh local Wisconsin milk.

At BelGioioso, every cheese is a specialty. While our plant is not open for tours, you can find a wide variety of our cheeses at grocers throughout Green Bay. belgioioso.com

Brown County Fair Association P.O. Box 472, De Pere 920-336-7292

2023 Fair Dates: August 16-20.

The Fair brings amusement rides, PRCA Rodeo, shows, animals, music, tractor and truck pulls, demolition derby…fun for the entire family! browncountyfair.com

Brown County Home Builders Association 811 Packerland Dr., Green Bay 920-491-9020

The Brown County Home Builders Association is a member based; non-profit organization established in 1956. The BCHBA is a vibrant and progressive organization that has one fundamental goal in mind: To make the housing industry the best it can be in the communities we serve. bchba.org

De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 5931, De Pere 920-338-0000

Our mission is to connect citizens to local businesses while promoting policies which contribute to economic growth. Members include communityminded business owners and organizations dedicated to improving the De Pere area. deperechamber.org

Downtown De Pere 920-403-0337

Downtown De Pere, with its scenic beauty and historic architecture, is home to a vibrant community offering exceptional opportunities. Experience what makes downtown De Pere a great place to shop, dine, play and stay! deperedowntown.org

Downtown Green Bay, Inc. 130 E. Walnut St., Ste. 501, Green Bay, 920-437-5972

"The Heart and Soul of Green Bay!" Home to local eateries, trendy boutiques, exciting entertainment and events, and great lodging. Just steps from the Meyer Theater, KI Convention Center, and picturesque CityDeck, ready to welcome you with waterfront views and bright lights yearround. downtowngreenbay.com

Greater Green Bay Chamber

300 N. Broadway St., Ste. 3A, Green Bay, 920-593-3400

The Green Bay Chamber’s mission is to strengthen member businesses by enhancing economic and workforce development, resulting in improved quality of life in our community and region. greatergbc.org

Howard-Suamico Business & Professional Association P.O. Box 11632, Green Bay 920-309-0231

Your link to businesses in the Howard and Suamico area. Our website contains a directory with contact information for our members. We are the best kept secret of the bay! hsbpa.org

Integrity Health & Wellness

1680 Mid Valley Dr., Ste. C, De Pere, 920- 658-5040 Chiropractic care for De Pere and all surrounding areas. integrityhealthandwellness.com

Military Avenue Business District

425 S. Military Ave., Ste. 206, Green Bay, 920-544-9503

Green Bay's original shopping district with the best off-priced retail, all day breakfasts, unique services and tons of free parking. Home to the summer and winter Market on Military. militaryave.org

Mosaic Arts, Inc. 920-435-5220 Mosaic Arts helps integrate the arts into the daily fabric of the community through marketing and promotional activities. Arts festivals and events include Artigras and Artstreet. mosaicartsinc.org

Olde Main Street, Inc. 130 E. Walnut St., Ste. 501, Green Bay, 920-437-5972

The Arts District ignites passion and conversation through creativity. Enjoy murals, galleries, art studios, pet-friendly green spaces, and creative businesses, alongside international grocery stores and local restaurants. downtowngreenbay.com

On Broadway, Inc. 340 N. Broadway, Ste.165, Green Bay, 920-437-2531

Nationally recognized, the Broadway District is a vibrant mix of retail shops, unique restaurants and businesses. Experience breweries, nightlife and many festivals throughout the year. You'll love it all...On Broadway! downtowngreenbay.com

Oneida Nation Tourism

2701 W. Mason St., Green Bay 920-496-5621

Oneida has a variety of activities to offer including reservation tours, native dance performances. We host annual events like the July Pow Wow, Farmers Market and Apple Fest. Due to COVID-19, please check website for status. exploreoneida.com

Packerland Veterinary Center 121 Packerland Dr., Green Bay 920-498-2808

We are the leaders in pet health in the Green Bay area, offering personalized and state-of-the-art care for dogs, cats, and exotic pets. Advanced care close to home. packerlandvet.com

Packerland Websites 2140 Velp Ave., Green Bay 920-826-5901

Businesses require a dynamic online presence. However, many companies lack the insight, technology, or time to achieve this.  Packerland Websites develops websites and SEO that gets results, so businesses prosper. packerlandwebsites.com

Skyline Exhibit Resource 3400 Packerland Dr., Ste. 101, De Pere, 920-347-1700

Skyline Exhibit Resource creates eye-catching displays and signage for indoor and outdoor events, tradeshows, corporate environments, museums, and retail stores.  In addition, Skyline designs, prints, and installs vehicle graphics. skyline.com

The Shipyard District, Inc. 824 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-562-5612

The Shipyard District, Inc. is the nonprofit organization which oversees the revitalization of the commercial and residential area on Green Bay's west side from Mason Street to Lombardi Avenue between Ashland Avenue and the Fox River. shipyarddistrict.org


Elysian Realty

801 Hoffman Rd., Ste. 112-1, Green Bay, 773-218-0502

Elysian Realty is your local real estate expert focusing on excellence in customer service. Our team has the skill and professionalism to help you meet your real estate goals. homesforsalegb.com

Resource One Realty, LLC 1740 E. Matthew Dr., De Pere 920-983-5450

If you’re considering moving to Greater Green Bay talk to the professionals at Resource One Realty. Our relocation specialists won’t simply find you a house, they’ll connect you and your family with a community that helps you flourish. resource1gb.com

Shorewest, REALTORS®

839 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-593-4100

Here at Shorewest, we are committed to unsurpassed customer service. Contact us today to work with one of our highly trained and experienced agents. shorewest.com


Bellin College

3201 Eaton Rd., Green Bay 920-433-6699

Bellin College specializes in nursing, medical imaging, surgical technology/surgical assisting, and graduate programs in nursing and physical therapy. A focused curriculum, extensive hands on and clinical practice and dedicated faculty help students succeed academically and professionally. bellincollege.edu

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay 920-498-5444

A nationally recognized technical college offering degrees, continuing education and corporate training. NWTC serves 30,000 people annually in 200 career fields on campus, online and in workplaces. NWTC transforms, strengthens, and inspires. nwtc.edu

St. Norbert College 100 Grant Street, De Pere 920-337-3181

Four-year graduation guarantee, internships, study abroad, research opportunities, personal attention for 2,200 undergraduate students. A liberal arts education teaches critical thinking, problem-solving and leadership development. Education, theology and liberal studies masters. snc.edu

University of WisconsinGreen Bay 2420 Nicolet St., Green Bay 920-465-2111

UW-Green is a public institution serving 8,970 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students and 79,604 continuing education enrollees. We educate students from pre-college through retirement and offer 200+ degrees, programs, and certificates. With 4 campus locations, the University welcomes students from every corner of the world. Daily visits welcome. uwgb.edu

Brown County Fair
REGIONAL | SUSTAINABLE | INDIGENOUS Cedar & Sage Grill House Website Serving Breakfast and Dinner 2040 Airport Dr • Green Bay WI • 920-327-7911 located at the Radisson Hotel Book Your Stay w/ Radisson Green Bay 2040 Airport Dr • Green Bay WI • 920-494-7300 • Indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna & tness center • Purcell’s Beer Garden (open seasonally) • Sky World Co ee & Custard Cafe • Noodle Bar (taste of Asian food) • Oneida Casino attached to the hotel • Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout hotel • Express Check-Out


If you are looking for a getaway with the family, look no further. With our 30,000 square foot Waterpark and Gold Rush Arcade there is plenty to entertain the kids and adults!


After a day packed full of waterpark fun, enjoy our family friendly Caribou Restaurant. For the adult guests, a selection of craft beers and cocktails at Yukon Jax Bar and Grille If you want a quick snack; visit Klondike Kate's treats and gift shop!


Unwind and recharge. We have multiple room types each to comfortably host you and your family The Northwoods ambiance and the comfort that each room offers will provide a memorable stay!

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(0.9mi) from Lambeau Field

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