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Green Bay Beyond Legendary


Nestled along the banks of the Bay of Green Bay

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and the Fox River, 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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No visit to Green Bay is complete without playing at Oneida Casino, the official casino of the Green Bay Packers. Whether you enjoy slots, bingo, poker, or table games, Oneida has all your favorite games along with cocktail lounges and eateries. And we have locations throughout the Green Bay area. Come play and win tonight at Oneida Casino. Join our free Players Club for great rewards.

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6 Greater Green Bay Area Communities Discover what makes each community in our area unique and how to best experience it as a visitor. 20 Feature Stories Every town has people, places and adventures that make a community special. Dive into some of ours. 38 Parks Explore our areas more than two dozen parks and the unique amenities that you are looking for - from hiking to picnic areas and playgrounds.

ON THE COVER: Kayaking on the Fox River in De Pere. Photo courtesy Denitely De Pere.

52 Attractions There’s fun around every corner in Green Bay. Find the attraction you’re looking for or discover something new! 57 Shopping From unique local boutiques to big-box retailers… there’s a store for everything and everyone in Green Bay. 59 Dining Out Fine dining, sports bars or quick eats. This is your guide to find your inner foodie in Green Bay.

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64 Breweries & Wineries Looking for a quick spirit, local craft brew or some top-notch vino - discover all the places that can satisfy your craving.

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Highways 441 and 41: • Take South from Marinette or the Upper Pensula of Michigan • Take North from Milwaukee. From Chicago access Highway 41 via I94 • From Madison access Highway 41 from State Highway 151 via State 26. • From La Crosse access Highway 41 North via I90 to State Highway 21 and 73 to State Highway 10. Merge onto Highway 41 North just South of Appleton

Highway 43 • Take North from Milwaukee. From Chicago access Highway 43 via I94

Highway 29 • Take East from Wausau, Thorp, Chippewa Falls and Eau Claire • Access Highway 29 East from I94 from Minneapolis/St. Paul

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Algoma 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. Algoma offers some of the best charter sport fishing tours in the state. Located on the shore of Lake Michigan and the banks of the Ahnapee river, there are plenty of water activities to enjoy. The Ahnapee State Trail provides 40 miles of fun. The crushed limestone surface is perfect for walking, running, biking, hiking, snow shoeing, cross-country skiing and even snowmobiling. Or, take kayaks out on the river for a day of adventure and exercise. Algoma is more than outdoors. Make sure to leave time for a tour and tasting at Von Stiehl Winery or indulge in a flight at Ahnapee Brewery. Plus, you’ll love dinner or lunch at one of the many dining options. You won’t regret spending some time in beautiful, friendly Algoma.

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Steele Street, downtown Algoma.

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Allouez 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.

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If you’re biking the trail and start to work up an appetite you’ll have plenty of stops to choose from. The Lorelei Inn serves traditional Germanstyle cuisine and a mean Wisconsin Friday Fish Fry. Or, stop by Nuk’s Thai Restaurant and enjoy dinner or lunch on the patio. If sweet-treats are more your style, Zesty’s frozen Custard serves up traditionally made frozen custard treats. Make sure to try the flavor of the day! Allouez is also home to one of Green Bay’s newest breweries – Zambaldi Beer. Located on Webster Avenue just a few blocks off the Fox River Trail, you can enjoy a flight and pizza from the adjacent Gallagher’s Pizza. | 9


Ashwaubenon Entertainment and Sports You’ve found yourself in the heart of Packers country. After you’re done exploring Titletown park, the rest of this village southwest of Green Bay will steal your heart. 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. A short drive or walk from any other destination on Oneida Street. Make your way down Oneida Street and you’ll notice plenty of dining options. This lovely community also is home to many local can’t-miss shops like The Heel Shoe Fitters, Revolution Market and Run Away Shoes. You’ll always have Lambeau Field in sight. But 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, and the Green Bay Gamblers. Capitol Credit Union Park is just around the corner on Holmgren Way, where you’ll find the Green Bay Rockers baseball team. If sports aren’t your thing the Resch Complex also hosts many national touring, big-budget artists jamming out unforgettable concerts. 10 |

TOP: Resch Expo. ABOVE: Igloo dining at Lodge Kohler.

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Bellevue Eclectic Eats 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.

TOP: East River Trail. Photo by Annette Grunseth. ABOVE: Bellevue Dog Park.

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When fido is tuckered out, there’s a lot for the humans to explore. The place for gourmet olive oil in Green Bay is the Olierie, as seen on Shark Tank ™, where you can try eclectic one-of-a-kind olive oil before you buy. But don’t fill up – there’s more to explore. The East River Trail runs along Bellevue’s west border and is great for walking or biking off some of those calories. Or, head to Josten Park and let the kids climb, jump and play at the playground or outdoor skate park. When your exploring is through, sit down for family or fine dining at a’Bravo Bistro, Plae Bistro or the Grapevine Café. For a nightcap stop at Galley 57 for a traditional Wisconsin old fashioned.

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De Pere Downtown Discoveries There are two sides to this extraordinary city. Separated by the Fox River, both east and west sides have much to do and see. Let’s begin on the west side of town, home to nationally acclaimed liberal arts institution, St. Norbert College. And where there’s college kids, there’s food, fun and entertainment. You can get a caffeinated start to your day at the Exchange Mercantile & Eatery or Luna coffee. Both offer great tasting coffee and treats but have a unique atmosphere that gives a one-of-a-kind experience.

TOP: Fishing on the Fox River. ABOVE: De Pere Riverwalk.

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Once you’re perked up and ready to explore, take a stroll through campus and take in the famous arch and Main Hall. You’ll wander by the fine arts center where you can catch college produced shows, musicals and concerts. You can even stay right on campus at the Kress Inn which offers beautiful views of this picturesque campus. Or, there’s plenty of college sports to watch at Schneider Stadium. While on Main Street in De Pere, make sure to stop in at Bona Fide Juicery for a healthy treat, Astha Grocery and Gifts, Native Roots Hemp Apothecary or the Herb Shop! Take a walk across the river to Downtown De Pere where you’ll find even more that will fill your days. Voyager Park is a great place to take in the beautiful banks of the Fox River while letting the kids move off some energy. We know they’ll have a lot of it, because of the chocolate they will eat at Seroogy’s. As you walk Broadway you’ll discover many great shops like Verde Market, Azure and more.

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Green Bay Family Fun & Nightlife Now you’re in the heart of town! The City of Green Bay is also separated by the river, but there’s fun all around the city. You’ll be enamored with street art, murals and the beautiful buildings like St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, the Bellin Building and the Brown County Courthouse. As you walk the streets of Downtown Green Bay and the Broadway District, you’ll find plenty of dining and nightlife options. And no trip to Green Bay is complete without a stroll along City Deck where kids can play in the fountains while you gaze at the natural beauty of the Fox River and the bridges that span the river and mouth of the bay. Hagemeister Park’s unique vibe and menu will charm you and your guests. Plus, their outdoor dining on the banks of the Fox provides great views and warm fireplaces for cozy meals. If you’re looking for fine dining options, Green Bay delivers. Reserve your next date night for Chefusion, Republic Chophouse, Slander or Three Three Five.

There’s also plenty for kids and families to enjoy in Green Bay. The Automobile Gallery is a treasure for any car lover. Or, opt for a day of old fashioned fun at Bay Beach Amusement Park. There are rides and activites for any age kid (or that certain fun-loving adult). Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary offers acers and acers of land to explore while taking in rescued and rehabilitating wildlife. Oh, and if you have some extra room in your car or luggage, stop by one of the many farmer’s markets. The fresh food, flowers and local products are sure to be a crowd pleaser at your next family meal.

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Oneida Nation Tradition & Culture Oneida is a small, unincorporated community located to the west of Green Bay. It lies near the center of the Oneida Nation Reservation, home of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. In this area, you will find many opportunities to learn more about the tribe’s rich, unique culture and have a fun-filled day 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 herd of over a hundred buffalo, roaming free! If you want to try your luck at poker, blackjack, bingo, the slot machines or sports betting stop out at Oneida Bingo and Casino. Located right across the street from the Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport. The main casino is attached to the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, and this is where you’ll find more than nine different types of table games, hundreds of slot machines and sports wagering kiosks. TOP: Oneida Pow-wow. ABOVE: Playing Slots at Oneida Bingo and Casino.

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Tsyunhehkw^ is an agricultural community in Oneida which features an 83-acre certified organic farm, cannery, and retail store, all of which are open to the public. They regularly hold workshops on a range of topics related to gardening, holistic health, canning, and more.

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Another must see is the Oneida Nation Museum if you want to learn more about the history of the tribe and get a sense of their way of life over the last several centuries. At the museum, you can see original Iroquois artwork and artifacts, take a stroll through the nature trails, and visit the Three Sisters Garden. Afterwards, stop at the Oneida Long House, which is located about 10 minutes away from the museum. Here you can get a rare chance to see a full-sized replica of a traditional long house with an artificial bark covering that is hand painted by local artists. 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!

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Oneida Buffalo Overlook. Photo by artografic.com.

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Howard/Suamico 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 locally owned boutique stores like Thornberry Cottage, Home Again Consignment Furnishing, 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. Are you someone who loves the outdoors? Howard is the perfect place to get out and be in nature. If you’re a golfer, get your clubs and reserve a tee time at the Village Green Golf Course, a municipally-owned, public 9-hole golf course. Feel like going for a nice hike or bike ride? The Mountain Bay State Recreational Trail is one of the longest rail-trails in Wisconsin, and it actually ends right here in Howard. 16 |

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! 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 sport complex with an 18-hole disc golf course, softball diamonds, batting cages, playground, and wooded area to hike through! Pamperin Park is another awesome park to visit. Not only do they have the largest structured playground in the area, they also have fishing spots, a disc golf course, gorgeous wooded picnic areas, and more!

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Pulaski A Traditional American Small Town Pulaski is a charming village located about 20 miles west of Green Bay and Lambeau Field. Even though it’s just a few square miles in size, it is actually located in three different counties! Pulaski is proudly known as the polka capital of the world and there’s a large Polish population in this area. One of the things Pulaski is best known for is polka. Pulaski actually hosts an annual Pulaski Polka Days event every summer and it’s one of the largest festivals dedicated to the Polish community in the United States! The Mountain Bay State Trail is an 83-mile long trail with a trailhead in Pulaski. It is one of the longest rail trails in Wisconsin (rail trails are multipurpose public paths created from former railroad corridors). The trail covers several counties and the scenic, wooded route is perfect for walking, biking and even cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Veterans Memorial Park Is a great place to stretch your legs and play for a few hours! It has everything: ​a nice playground for the kids, picnic tables, a bicycle terrain course, basketball, volleyball and horseshoe courts, 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM

restrooms and lots of green space to enjoy. Before you leave Pulaski, make sure to pay a visit to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church. This gorgeous building towers over the village with its twin 135-foot-tall Spanish-style towers. If you can get inside the church, you will be absolutely blown away by the beautiful 50-foot ceilings showcasing more than 40 Italian-made stained glass windows. When the church’s construction was completed in 1931 (for a total cost of $225,000), it was named the largest rural Catholic church in America by the Guinness Book of World Records. This church is still a cornerstone of the village and definitely worth seeing while you’re here!

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Seasons FOURare Better Than One  WINTER

In the Winter, we get anywhere from 40-50 inches of snowfall each year. This snowfall brings snowshoeing, fat tire biking and cross country skiing on the many area trails. Make sure to check out the trails at the Brown County Reforestation Camp, where you’re sure to see plenty of wildlife along your way. Don’t forget ice skating and sledding in the Titletown District and other parks in our area. As the temperatures drop and ice fishing heats up, you can rent a shack or hire a guide to get your frosty fishing on. Don’t forget your hand warmers!

is the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. The 600-acre sanctuary is home to a variety of animals, including birds of prey, waterfowl, wolves, otters, flying squirrels, snakes, turtles, deer, and so much more! In the spring, you’ll see ducklings and goslings a plenty here. You can feed the ducks and geese at the sanctuary by purchasing buckets of corn at the observation building. Another great way to enjoy the spring weather is to take advantage of the Brown County parks and trail systems, such as Pamperin Park, Baird Creek Trails, and Voyager Park. Spend the morning in the park or hiking the trails and pack a picnic to enjoy with your family! Spring is also a great time of year to check out Heritage Hill State Park, an open-air museum, where you can see actors portray what life was like in Wisconsin from the 17th century up until the early 20th century.

If you’re looking to spend some time downtown taking in the city views, the Foxy Pedaler or the Foxy Paddler are great outdoor activities for In Green Bay, we are mainly groups or parties. The Foxy Pedaler brings you around the known for one season – football downtown sights while getting season! But whether you visit some exercise in. The Foxy in Winter, Spring, Summer or Paddler allows for light exercise Fall your visit to Green Bay will with views of Green Bay from the not disappoint. Come visit and water! These are great options for discover the adventures waiting groups of 10 or more adults. to be had in all four seasons.

During the holiday season, the Green Bay Botanical Garden transforms into the Garden of Lights. Warm up with a cup of cocoa as you walk through a winter wonderland decorated with over 300,000 twinkling lights on display. If you’re not up for the wintry walk, see the display from a horse drawn carriage!

✿ SPRING When the days start to get longer, the warmth of spring melts away the cold snow and spring flowers begin to bloom. A must-visit spring attraction in Green Bay 20 |

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 SUMMER After a wet spring, the heat of summer draws crowds and the city starts to buzz. During the summer, the Green Bay Parks, Recreation, and Forestry hosts events in various parks throughout the city to encourage exercise and movement. To find your Zen consider doing Yoga on the deck or to shake things up, consider joining a Zumba class. If live music is your thing, catch some sun and a free concert in the park or an outdoor patio at many of our restaurants. For the kids, check out the New Zoo & Adventure Park in Suamico, located just 10 miles from downtown Green Bay. See a variety of animals including lions, monkeys, pandas, penguins and otters happily splashing around in their pond to beat the summer heat. At the zoo, you can get hands on during the giraffe feeding experience or find a new perspective by zip lining in the adventure park! After an afternoon admiring the animals, take your family to the Bay Beach Amusement Park. Rides cost between 25 cents and $1. Once at the park, you can ride Elvis’s favorite ride: the Zippin Pippin. This wooden coaster was relocated to Green Bay in 2010 from Tennessee. Elvis loved this roller coaster so much he rode it just days before his death. The Bay Beach Amusement Park celebrates the anniversary of his last ride that took place on August 8th, 1977. Don’t forget to Merry-Go-Round and Tilt-A-Whirl before you leave the park! If you’re looking to make a splash in Green Bay, kayaking the Fox River is a must! From downtown, you can launch your kayak into the river, or you can rent a kayak to launch. Grab your friends or family and hit the water! If kayaking isn’t for you but you still want to enjoy the river, stop by CityDeck or take a boat tour on the river. 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM

 FALL As the air gets crisp so do the leaves; autumn brings fall fun for the whole family. The season of Harvest brings farmers markets and farm visits. In Green Bay and the surrounding area, you can find plenty of pumpkin patches, apple orchards and farm stores to buy local produce straight from the farmer. Starting in the summer and continuing into the fall, you’ll find the event of the season: the farmer’s market on Broadway. This market is one of the top things to do in Green Bay! The market takes place on Wednesday nights and has live music, food trucks, a beer tent, artisan goods and fresh produce vendors. Support the community by purchasing local produce and goods here. Don’t forget to pick up a gorgeous bouquet of fresh flowers for your harvest table! Green Bay has no shortage of fall events to attend, with another being Pumpkin Palooza at Titletown. Carve pumpkins, take in the live music, and play interactive games. The crisp air of fall makes for the best outdoor events! There are always a few football games to see in the Fall as well. Now that you have a list of outdoor activities to enjoy in Green Bay during every season, start planning your trip! Will you be ice fishing in January, hiking the trails in March, riding the Zippin Pippin in July, or attending fall fest in October? We can’t wait for you to discover Green Bay! By Sarah Conery

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Out & About

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 “must eat” fried cheese curd. If you are looking for a structured tour of Green Bay, we have plenty to offer. Packers Heritage Trolley Tours give you an in-depth look into the legendary NFL franchise. If you’re a fan of history or a fan of football this tour is for you. 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 Foxy Paddler for a water-view tour of downtown. The Foxy Paddler takes you on the Fox River with pit stops at your local waterfront bars. 21+ are able to join their public and private tours. Our dedication to beer is obvious when you visit one of our many local breweries. Belly up to the bar or unearth the nuances of the brewing process. By the time you leave, you’re sure to have new friendships and a new favorite brew. To learn more about libation locations turn to page 64. Looking for outside the box tours? Green Bay Ghost Tours are sure to get your blood pumping. Sojourn the macomb history of Green Bay by visiting actual haunted historical locations. Maybe you prefer the wind in your hair as you segway a nature trail. Private or public segway tours are available through Segway the Fox Tours. Discover more Green Bay tours on page 54.

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The Green Bay Packers are known around the world for having a special bond with their fans and the community. Local history makers – Curly Lambeau and George Calhoun – brought together athletes and organized a sandlot football team. Today, Packers fans can be found around the world proudly wearing green and gold. Lambeau Field is one of the most historic and revered stadiums in the United States, and the Green Bay Packers are the only team in the National Football League to be owned by the fans. Consistently ranked No. 1 for “fan experience,” Lambeau seats approximately 80,000 fans. We could fill another stadium and a half with the number of fans that are on the season ticket waiting list! No matter the time of your visit Lambeau is open for public tours of the stadium and the famous Packers Hall of Fame. Bring your phones – because there are TONS of photo ops for your football scrapbook or fan-cave. Oh, and make sure to stop and pick up all the necessary Packers gear at the Packers Pro Shop before you leave! You’ll find Packers history all over the city! Discover Vince Lombardi’s hang out at the Hotel Northland, or Bart Starr’s Super Bowl I MVP Corvette at the Automobile Gallery. Head over to the east side of town to take a look at City Stadium – the first home of the Packers. The Packers Heritage Trail will show you around!

Outside of game day the most active time around Lambeau is in July and August during training camp. Join in the iconic tradition of bringing your children’s bikes to practice in hopes of a player hitching a ride. Then head down and see how the team is shaping up. And of course the Titletown district just west of the stadium will never disappoint. Fun playgrounds, outdoor beer gardens and activities for the whole family await in the summertime. OR wait for winter to ice skate, go tubing and enjoy a hot cocoa from 46 Below.

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Family Fun Mr. Rogers is famous for saying “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” At the Children’s Museum of Green Bay, learning and play converge. Children are provided with an interactive environment where they can connect with adults and where play inspires a passion for lifelong learning. The staff at the Children’s Museum say it best, “Where kids play to learn, and parents learn to play.”

The Children’s Museum focuses on STEM learning: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The museum has various age-appropriate, hands-on, sensory-focused exhibits. Including an exhibit of the entire digestive system. Kids get to BE the food by climbing up a giant tongue into a gaping mouth. They can crawl through tunnels mimicking a human digestive tract and exit using the slide. They do this all while learning vocabulary of the human body and how the body processes food.

The Children’s Museum started as a mobile museum, “Great Explorations” in 1989. With the support of the community we fast forward to June of 2018; a brand new state-of-the-art facility. Their new location at 1230 Bay Beach Road, is a family-friendly location which also boasts The Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary and Bay Beach Amusement Park. It has become a hub for local and visiting families alike.

Each exhibit has explicit learning objectives and specific development standards. The Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standard Steering Committee is in partnership with the Children’s Museum of Green Bay. You are able to see which developmental goal your child is achieving while at the Museum.

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Museums

As early as 1933, forward-thinking members of the Brown County Historical Society (BCHS) acquired the Cotton House to secure its legacy as one of the oldest structures in the county. In 1938, the 1840s structure was moved from its original location on Webster Avenue to the site of Camp Smith, a shortlived 1820s military experiment. For the next forty years, the Cotton House served as the museum for the BCHS. After receiving a large bequest, BCHS president and local attorney Robert Flatley established a committee to renew efforts to build a historic park. The committee, chaired by Dorothy Straubel Wittig, included such visionaries as Amanda Cobb, Len Schober, Michael Raymaker, William Servotte and Rev. Dean Kilgust. By 1970, the committee realized that the project needed the partnership of the Department of Natural Resources to realize the original concept. The work to open a historic park continued for the next ten years while the committee negotiated the details with the state and local government. After intense lobbying, the land was eventually transferred to the DNR, providing a historically rich site upon which to build the park. By 1975, four of the area’s most historic buildings were relocated to the site, including original structures from the Fort Howard military installation. On May 1, 1977, Heritage Hill State Historical Park opened to the public, bringing to fruition the dream that started in the 1930s. 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM

The mission of Heritage Hill Historical State Park is to enrich the lives of others by sharing the vibrant cultural and historic ties that bind our diverse community together. Managed by the Heritage Hill Corporation, Heritage Hill State Historical Park is located on fifty-four acres of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources land within the Village of Allouez. To the east rises the Niagara Escarpment, the geological remnant of the forces that created the Great Lakes, while to the west flows the Fox River – a gateway to Lake Michigan. Today, the Park houses twenty-six original and reconstructed buildings representing historical and cultural developments relevant to Northeast Wisconsin from the 1600s to the present. It is within this physical setting that Heritage Hill offers a wide range of experientially based cultural programs focusing on the lives of those who shaped the region’s history. Annually, over 50,000 visitors of all ages enjoy the Heritage Hill experience. With a focus on education, HHSP serves over 15,000 students each school year. Led by first-person interpreters, HHSP offers visitors of all ages a unique window to the past through authentic environments that heighten the learning experience. Additionally, our unique events offer the public a wide range of cultural activities. Michael Telzrow, Executive Director, Heritage Hill State Park As Michael so eloquently noted, the human inclination to save and secure the past is paramount to our future. Which is why Green Bay’s historical organizations and museums are wonderful places to learn about not just Green Bay history, but human history. Take a peak at all the historic places to visit and our local museums on page 53 of this guide. | 25

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Without exception, humans have a common inclination to save remnants of our past. On a personal level, it is the small reminders that we often value the greatest. Perhaps an album of Polaroid photographs depicting long ago holidays, or the miscellaneous items of our school days tucked away in a cigar box provide the personal link to a cherished moment in time. On a larger scale we maintain museums to house millions of artifacts that have the power to provide structure and sense to our collective timeline. The preservation an interpretation of historic buildings also opens a window to the past. Make no mistake, however, this attachment to the past goes beyond mere nostalgia, or a fascination with “things” of a bygone era. It provides a sense of place and attachment and makes us who we are today. So, it is not surprising that an area as rich in history as ours would foster and maintain a healthy link to its past.


An Artist's Journey

to Green Bay

The Green Bay area is filled to the brim with culture, art, music and talented artists and musicians that grace our community with Gregory Frederic of CrewlArt is no exception. Fredric is a modern eclectic acrylic painter born in Portau-Prince, Haiti.

after high school. His younger sister had just unique story about how they came to call passed away. He was lost Green Bay home, their artistic style and with no clear direction. inspirations that transformed their craft. Knowing his knack for drawing, a friend introduced him to a group of artists His inspiration comes from the wit and movement of in Haiti. This was the first time Frederic held a Surrealism and the geometric forms of Cubism. This paintbrush in his hand. style was forged by his love for artists like Salvador charm and beauty. Each have their own

Dalhi and Pablo Picasso. But there have been many artists along his journey who have played mentorship roles and provided inspiration and opportunities.

 A WORLD AWAY Creativity was not something that was encouraged upon Frederic as a young boy in Haiti. He would doodle his way through class, only to have the teachers swat his fingers as punishment. Haiti has a rich artististic history, but when in school, it was expected students focus only on their studies. Frederic felt an urge to create, but he didn’t know where he wanted to go on his artistic journey. Or how to get there. He had dreams of becoming an architect – but where to start? The beginning of Frederic’s artistic journey started 26 |

 A PASSION FOUND Not only did those new friends put a paintbrush in Frederic’s hand, more importantly, they provided the space and freedom for him to not be afraid to create, and encouraged this young artist trying to find his voice. The group collaborated to create a mural on a large blank wall for the World Health Organization in Haiti. He continued working for WHO, while also selling some commissioned paintings. Frederic hosted his first solo exhibition in 2011. To his astonishment, he sold 14 original paintings. It was this show when Frederic realized people appreciated what he did. He still didn’t know exactly where art would bring him, but he knew he could make things people wanted. DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2022 DESTINATION GUIDE


 ART AND LOVE “Starving artists” is an idiom for a reason. To earn extra money, Frederic worked as a private security guard for United States mission trips to Haiti. A girl named Amy was a part of a group and art brought them together. Amy played piano and enjoyed creating her own art. After the mission Amy headed home to a place unknown to Frederic. Green Bay, Wisconsin. They remained in touch and Frederic made several trips over the next few years. In 2013 he moved to Green Bay. Gregory and Amy were married a year later. They’re now raising their family together and running CrewlArt.

 A NEW LAND AND NEW BUSINESS Part of Haitian culture is coming up with fun things to call friends and loved ones. And Crewl is Frederic’s childhood nickname. Crewl spawned from Frederic’s older friends who watched his mother leave him home alone. They thought that made Frederic cool. Urban Dictionary describes crewl as ‘crazy cool.’ And by all accounts, crewl fits Frederic.

When Frederic moved to Green Bay in 2013, the public art scene was in its infancy. Now there are murals and sculptures all over the city. It has grown tremendously and is always continuously evolving. Frederic has one piece of public art available for viewing in Green Bay – the vibrant mural covering Lil' Jamaica Restaurant’s building. Green Bay has a diverse population with artists representing each group. Frederic wants everyone to support these artists. He says if you’re new to art do not just focus on one style or one medium, but explore it all. There is appreciation to be found in anything someone creates. His ultimate goal is to have the arts in Green Bay be at the top of conversations when he tells people he’s from here. “The people of Green Bay are so nice. When I put myself here, they embraced me. They accepted my

Frederic also likes the play-on-words of when people first hear CrewlArt, they assume “cruel”. They’re surprised that his art is full of bright colors, love and emotion; there’s nothing cruel about it. In fact, he’s inspired by music and light. “Music is something that brings me to another place. As an artist, I take what music makes me feel and I try to pass that along through my own art.”

 BUILDING AN ART COMMUNITY “I paint about love. I use the color that’s inside me. Everything I feel, I paint. Everything I paint, I feel. If you can feel it, you can paint it.” Frederic paints in his backyard studio. He walks from his home, through a trail of art, to arrive at his creative sanctuary. He travels to art shows all over Wisconsin and is now expanding throughout the Midwest. His favorite show continues to be Green Bay’s August event: ArtStreet, because that’s where it all started in the United States for him. 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM

true nature. It was like I had been living here forever,” Frederic said. “I’m so proud to live here and see what’s happening. The arts community is growing fast. I’m proud to be part of Green Bay history.” How does Frederic know when a piece of his work is done? “When I sign it,” he said. He continues to leave his proverbial signature on the Green Bay community through his art with no end in sight. Schedule a studio tour or shop Fredric’s art on his website crewlart.com, or visit him at the many art shows he attends. | 27


A Slice of Italy Beer, brats, cheese. That’s what most expect when visiting Green Bay. But, there’s so much more. Our eclectic food scene throughout our communities is bursting with flavor and excitement - and you’ll discover legendary eats with a local flavor and global influence. We have fine dining options throughout our area steakhouses, seafood, and the Wisconsin classic - plenty of supper clubs. If you’re the more casual type, you’re in the right place. The football capital of the world is stocked with plenty of sports bars, pubs and grills to choose from. All have great burgers, fries, wings, sandwiches and more.

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But what is surprising to our Green Bay visitors; you can taste your way around the globe right here. From traditional Mexican, to Irish pubs, classic Indian, Japanese sushi and of course a little bit of Italy is always right around the corner. Didn’t think you’d walk into a restaurant in Green Bay, Wisconsin and regularly hear Italian being spoken at the tables around you? Think again. Because at La Nostra Strada (or Strada Pizzeria for short), it happens on a regular basis. Why? Strada has quickly become an Italian favorite because of its unique and traditional Italian Street 28 |

Pizza. Inspired by the owner’s Italian heritage and the family’s time living in Italy, they saw a place in the market for pizza done the Roman way. Walking the streets of Italy, pizza carts are as frequent as hot dog stands in New York City. You can grab a slice anywhere you go! And now, that is right here on De Pere’s east side at 109 N Broadway. When you walk in the brick facade your senses (yes all of them) are immediately stimulated by the fresh dailymade dough crackling in the stone oven. Your eyes are drawn to the display case with unique flavors of Italian style pizza, cooked fresh before your eyes. Every detail is meant not only to make your tummy grumble, but create a community around one essential human need - great food. Strada Pizzeria was built out of love and passion for pizza, people and community. Their head chef is so passionate about pizza that he attended a specialty pizza school - just to bring this flavor and the world of pizza to our community. And you’ll never feel like a stranger or “tourist” at Strada. Their staff loves what they do and the people they serve. La Nostra Strada Pizzaria, pizza our way. Make sure to check out Strada and all the enticing Green Bay restaurants on pages 58-62 of this guide. DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2022 DESTINATION GUIDE


Enjoy live music at venues like Epic Event Center and Lyric Room. Theatre performances can be enjoyed at Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center and Weidner Center for the Performing Arts located on the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay campus. Green Bay offers big city entertainment with small town pricing. The Cup O Joy venue offers no cost entertainment, donations are graciously accepted. You can purchase an “early bird pass” to reserve your seat for their must-see shows. If you consider yourself more of a sports fanatic, you might find yourself at a Green Bay Gamblers hockey game. Games are played in the Resch Center- adjacent to Lambeau Field. The Gamblers have been one of the premier junior “A” Hockey franchises in North America since 1994. After the Gamblers take off their skates, The Resch Center turns back into it’s multipurpose arena. It has hosted an array of nationally recognized artists and entertainers; from Jason Aldean to Elton John. Be sure to sign up for their newsletter to stay up to date on all upcoming shows.

Live Entertainment

The Green Bay Packers are synonymous with Green Bay entertainment. The franchise has brought a legendary reputation to the city. Few visitors, and even locals, know the depth of our city’s entertainment community. From performing art centers, collegiate sports, music event venues, all the way to minor league sports.

It’s good not to be home.

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Hops, Vino and Spirits Green Bay, and Wisconsin for that matter, is 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. There’s nothing like taking in the flavors that local winemakers and brewers have crafted. Locally grown hops and regional grapes bottled up to take home and bring a piece of our region back with you.

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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 winemaking regions. Our peaceful community sits near the 44th parallel - the same as Tuscany, Italy and Bordeaux, France. One winery in particular has taken keen advantage of our exceptional growing region. Aptly named, Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery is located just east of Green Bay. It was founded out of a passion for wine by husband and wife team Steve Johnson and Maria Milano. But where does this passion come from and why 30 |

does it make Parallel 44 unique? Maria’s Italian-born father always had wine in the house – it was part of his culture. A culture that he would pass along to family, friends and of course his daughter. As Maria says “wine was about gathering with family and friends, sharing conversation and fun.”. He made sure to share his passion, often delivering wine to neighbors. Steve grew up in Northeast Wisconsin and his family had a history of farming in the area. Talk about a perfect combination! Steve’s dad even helped plant the first grapes in the vineyard back when it was founded in 2005. Today, Parallel 44 provides unique and experiential offerings while keeping the wine at the center of everything they do. You can taste their wine, tour the vineyards, attend events and even join their wine club. Make sure Parallel 44 is on your list of stops in Green Bay - and don’t forget to take a bottle home to share with friends. It’s what Maria’s father would do. To discover more wineries, breweries and distilleries go to page 64 of this guide. DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2022 DESTINATION GUIDE


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A City for Romance  STAY There are quite a few options when looking for a place to stay that couples enjoy coming back to time and time again. From boutique hotels or a Bed & Breakfast, to indulging in a piece of history and a weekend of pampering. Green Bay hotels know how to make couples feel special.

Green Bay is a special place for Astor House Bed & any couple to explore the Breakfast up-and-coming culinary scene, of adventure, stay for a while, A Bed & Breakfast like no other. stay at one of the charming and experience the easy comfort Find yourself in the heart of boutique hotels and embark on a of LODGE KOHLER while you Green Bay living with a stay at the wide variety of activities for two. explore Greater Green Bay. historic Astor House. Innkeepers Memories are waiting to be made and owners, Tom and Linda St. Brendan’s Inn Steber, are ready to welcome you. together in Greater Green Bay. Surprise that special someone Choose from five distinctively with a weekend getaway at an Irish decorated rooms with spacious private baths, four with Inn. St. Brendan’s Inn offers a Romance Package year double whirlpool tubs and most with a gas fireplace. round that includes a whirlpool room for two, breakfast After a great night’s sleep enjoy a delightful breakfast for two, chocolates, and your choice of a bottle of in the parlor, complete with freshly brewed coffee Champagne, house Chardonnay or house Cabernet. no matter when you rise. The perfect getaway for an These are just a few samples of Green Bay’s lodging. intimate setting. Discover in the accommodation section on page 66. Hotel Northland Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places,  EAT Hotel Northland delivers an unexpected blend of Treat yourselves to a romantic dinner for two at one modern luxury and vintage charm in a truly storied of Greater Green Bay’s fine dining restaurants that are setting. Beyond the inviting guest rooms, you’ll sure to please. discover unique dining opportunities, homelike Angelina amenities and a step back in time. Make it a trip Stepping into quaint Angelina will make you feel like to remember with their Romance Package which you’re right in Italy. Whether you dine next to a replica includes chocolate-covered strawberries and a bottle of of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, enjoy a warm evening on sparkling wine upon arrival, All American breakfast for the Lush Patio Garden, or are brought to the upstairs two, and a 2 pm late check-out. secluded dining room, you’ll feel like you’re in a Lodge Kohler Just 100 yards from Lambeau Field and in the heart of the Titletown District, LODGE KOHLER is unlike any other. Warm and spirited with sumptuous rooms, a fabulous spa, an indoor/outdoor restaurant and café, and a rooftop bar with best-in-class service. It’s a place where the glory of sport is celebrated. Pack your sense 32 |

completely different country…and that’s before the food is even served. Bite into a little slice of Italy right here in Green Bay. Chefusion Eclectic Cuisine & Lounge As a restaurant featuring eclectic cuisine, Chefusion offers two different dining experiences. The downstairs dining room features a sophisticated fine dining DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2022 DESTINATION GUIDE


experience. For a more relaxed atmosphere, head upstairs to The Lounge for a wide array of small plate options. Oftentimes you will find live music playing while you eat. Chef Tony strives to bring the best the world has to offer and fuses it into an amazing culinary experience in combination with locally grown, fresh ingredients.

the Let Me Be Frank Productions gang for a musical comedy. If you happen to be in town during one of their show runs, you won’t be disappointed. They like to think of themselves as theater for non-theater people. If you combine an episode of Saturday Night Live with a pop concert, you might have an idea of what a Let Me Be Frank Productions show will be like.

Chives For a very intimate dining experience with options to choose from small, medium or large plates with great quality and presentation, you’ll want to experience Chives located in a historic building in Suamico’s Vickery Village. The authenticity is impossible not to notice. By offering delectable specialty items in all price ranges every day, Chives always offers a fresh experience.

Hit the Trails Pack a picnic and explore nature with endless trails and parks. We recommend making a stop at De Pere’s Riverwalk and Wildlife Viewing Area located right outside Voyageur Park. If you packed the bikes, you can also access and stroll along the Fox River Trail.

Republic Chophouse Located in the heart of downtown Green Bay, discover a fine dining experience where steak and style meet at Republic Chophouse. Offering a contemporary, chefinspired menu featuring modern classic dishes with an elevated twist. You will know you are in for something special the moment you walk through the door. The sophisticated decor, uniquely accented with copper, creates an exceptional atmosphere for a romantic night out for two. Explore more dining options from casual to fine dining on page 59.

 PLAY Make new memories together at these area attractions. Whether you are looking for adventure, places to explore or an interactive experience, Greater Green Bay has you covered. Axe Throwing Then Green Bay Escape and Axe is your stop for some exhilaration and fun. Equipped with 12-foot axe throwing lanes, you and your sweetheart can compete for the bullseye. If you are looking to extend the fun, try their axe and escape room combo. Catch a Show If you are up for a few laughs…or we should say a lot of laughs, enjoy a night out at the Meyer Theatre to catch 1-888-867-3342 | WWW.GREENBAY.COM

Titletown For a playful evening of fun head to Titletown for tubing, ice skating, beautiful sights, glistening snow in the winter. Or fun activities, patio drinks, live music and exhibits when the air is a bit warmer. You are just steps away from Hinterland Brewery, Lodge Kohler and The Turn for even more fun to be had. Tastings Greater Green Bay is home to seven wineries that are bursting with flavor from locally grown, cold-hardy grapes and locally owned each with their own unique story to share during your visit. Some are even surrounded by the Niagara Escarpment giving their vineyards breathtaking views. If beer is more your thing, Greater Green Bay is also home to eight local breweries ready to serve you a flight. Depending on the time of year you visit, there really are endless opportunities to fill your weekend itinerary. In the summer be sure to discover Bay Beach Amusement Park for a ride on the 100-ft Big Wheel or a thrilling ride on the Zippin Pippin Wooden Roller Coaster. Explore 47-acres of beauty at the Green Bay Botanical Garden during any season, explore history at various museums and visit the animals at the NEW Zoo & Adventure Park year round. Explore all attractions and things to do in Greater Green Bay on page 52.

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Shopping

Souvenirs are an important component to the visitor experience. Preserve your trip and bring a unique piece of Green Bay home. Most visitors in Green Bay find themselves purchasing a jersey while in town. The shopping scene in Green Bay does not stop at the Packers Pro Shop (located in the stadium). In the heart of the Broadway District is a unique and lively shop, Zulou. From candles to your classic “mom jeans’’ there is something for everyone. If you find you are more suited for life on a Harley, then a must-see is Vandervest Harley-Davidson on Velp Avenue. Their showroom has become more than a dealership; it’s a destination. Offering rentals, clothing, collectibles and bike maintenance. You are sure to walk out ready for Sturgis. Green Bay’s specialty culinary shops are sure to impress the visiting ‘foodie.’ Cultivate Taste Tea Salon is an award-winning, loose leaf tea salon in Downtown Green Bay. Owner, Jennifer, is the only certified tea specialist in Wisconsin since 2009. Stop in and grab your blend for home-steeping or stay for a pot with delicious made-in-house vegetarian fare.

Wisconsin is known for its rich agricultural background. Rarely are we recognized for our sustainability practices. Revolution Development, tucked next to Titletown District, is home to the retail location of Produce with a Purpose Farm. Their mission: “sustainability and accessibility.” They produce quality food at reasonable prices and make their products accessible to all demographics. Their philosophy is “not all carrots are orange and not all potatoes are brown.” To discover more about Shopping in Green Bay, visit page 57

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Art breathes vibrancy and energy to neighborhoods, businesses, and homes. Art reflects the culture of a community. It evokes emotion and takes viewers on a journey through aesthetic interpretation. It resonates with people as they admire through the lens of their own past experiences, memories, philosophies, and beliefs. Art demands respect and encourages connection.

Fine Arts

Just like painters connect 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 art galleries. The Art Garage and Artless Bastard provide a space for artists to connect with peers and with their audiences.They provide meaningful experiences for the Green Bay community. These organizations believe art is indispensable and should be available to all. They provide a home to local artists with rental studios and gallery space. Committed to education; both provide workshops and classes from beginners all the way to working artists. Wander into one of these local organizations and you will find a vibrant and loving community. The heartbeat of a community is in its art and culture.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. Whether you are looking for public murals, sculptures, music, fine arts, or literature; Green Bay has an abundance of options to incorporate into your 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 go to page 54.

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Paradise–Found

at South Bay Marina

Stunning bay views, the splash of the water on the rock lined shore and the sounds of boats teetering in the wind. Stoll up, take it in and open your eyes – yes, you’re still in Green Bay, and yes – it’s paradise – delivered by South Bay Marina.

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As you wind your way through Green Bay you may not expect to find a place that rivals the views and serenity of a coastal environment but hidden at the very south end of the Bay of Green Bay near the mouth of the Fox River, you’ll find it. The view goes for miles and there are plenty of “Instagramable” photo ops all year round. This once lonely shore has been transformed into an oasis for not only boaters, but the public alike. It’s a place to enjoy natural beauty and take a pause out of your day while providing all the essentials you need for a day on the water. If you’re planning a day on the bay, South Bay is your first stop, from a bait and pro-shop to fuel and service. 36 |

Launch out of South Bay and start your cruise up the bay and out to long tail island or Door County. Are you suited for a life wateradjacent? South Bay has plenty to do and explore. Outdoor games and picnic areas are surrounded by immaculate views. Stop by Captain Jacks at Louie’s Lagoon for a bite to eat and a refreshment on the patio. Be sure to keep an eye out for the fun events and classes offered at South Bay. Your spirited adventure at South Bay isn’t complete without a stop in paradise – Paradise North Distillery that is. Yes, there’s a craft distillery on site at South Bay Marina. Explore their tasting room with grand windows that stare out toward the bay. Make sure to try their hand-crafted whiskey, rum, vodka and more. You’ll be enamored with the stories behind their unique names. If you’re in town in the winter, you’ll even be able to have a refreshment in the outdoor igloos! So set sail and find your paradise at South Bay Marina. DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2022 DESTINATION GUIDE


Explore your wild side It’s in our name – so it shouldn’t be surprising that there’s plenty of sports and recreation opportunities to be found in Green Bay – especially on the water.

Golf Believe 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, nearly-scratch 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. Start your golf adventure at Thornberry Creek at Oneida. The official golf course of the Green Bay Packers and host to the LPGA Classic boasts some of the areas finest public golf. You’ll tee off at hole one placing your drive over a giant mound featuring the unforgettable “G” logo. Once you’re off, the course provides plenty of challenges, waterways, undulation and tricky greens. And as always, end your round in the clubhouse with your choice of beverage and entree.

Green Bay’s waterfront, the banks of the Fox River and surrounding natural beauty provide vast opportunities for fishing, hiking, boating, tours or any other activity you’re looking for. Don’t worry if you’re not an expert fisherman, or maybe have never hit the water, there are plenty of guide services.

Beyond Football Don’t be shocked – there’s more than just football for the sports lover in Green Bay. Our community is the home to Division 1 and Division 3 college athletics programs with top tier

Then make your way to Greenleaf, just south of the city, to the spectacular 27hole Wander Springs Golf Course. This easily walkable course offers challenges for any skill level and plenty of holes to swing the day away. These are just two of the many, many courses within short “driving” distance from the center of the city. Each and every one of our area’s courses provide a wide variety of golf experiences. From traditional wood lined fairways to open links style golfing you’re sure to find the course (or courses) that will provide a one-of-a-kind golf experience. In Green Bay you’re also just a short day-trip drive away from courses that have hosted major events like the PGA Championship, US Open and the Ryder Cup. Plan your golf weekend to Northeast Wisconsin today! Discover more area courses on page 55 of this guide.

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facilities and talent to take in any collegiate competition. Plus, there are numerous semi-pro teams to entertain the whole family, from Green Bay Rockers Baseball and Gamblers Hockey to Green Bay Blizzard indoor football. With all the great athletics programs in our city look no further than Green Bay to host your next sporting event. From rinks to courts to stages and expo space – it’s all right here. | 37


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Green Bay is Mural-mazing! Get those phones out and ready to capture for your IG or TikTok posts! Travel around Green Bay to discover all our inspirational and creative murals that will leave your followers asking “Where is that!

Breez’n | 1109 Main Street, Green Bay | Artist: Lawrence A. Jankowski

Unity | 1400 Cedar Street, Green Bay Artist: Egypt the Artist

Swallows | 313 N. Broadway, Green Bay | Artist: Andrew Linskens

Lion 127 S. Broadway, Green Bay Artist: Beau Thomas

Safe Haven Pet Sanctury 151 N. Broadway, Green Bay | Artist: Unknown

The Butterfly Mural 300 Dousman Street, Green Bay | Artist: Unknown

Dream Without Limits | 128 N. Broadway, Green Bay | Artist: Beau Thomas

Green Bay Mural | 417 N. Quincy Street, Green Bay Artist: Beau Thomas

Painting Completed my Life 1258 Main Street, Green Bay Artists: Candace Cole & GBAPS Students

Creativity in Bloom 319 N. Broadway, Green Bay Artist: Jenna Kast Morty the Moose 1274 Cedar Street, Green Bay | Artist: Matt Bero

Enjoy the Ride 1138 Main Street | Artist: Beau Thomas

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Our family-owned Cheese Store and Melt Bistro (located inside Renard’s on County DK) invites you to enjoy the best hand-crafted Wisconsin cheese and comfort food in our expanded indoor and outdoor dining areas. All made with the highest quality and freshest ingredients. Also available are items in our Grab N Go Cooler featuring: Prepared Meals • Charcuterie Boards • Salads • Snacks • Soups • Desserts • And More! 2189 County Rd. DK, Sturgeon Bay, WI • 248 County Rd S, Algoma, WI 54201 Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm • Saturday - Sunday: 9 am - 4 pm RenardsCheese.com • 920.825.7272

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Treat yourself to the Kress!

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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.

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Attractions 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. www.ashbowl.com

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. www.baybeachwildlife.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. www.ashwaubenon.com

Crescent Beach & Boardwalk 1226 Lake St., Algoma 920-487-5480 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. www.visitalgomawi.com/beach

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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. www.baybeach.org

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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. www.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. www.facebook.com/ duckcreekgolf Edge VR Arcade 2642 Packerland Dr., Green Bay 920-393-9343 Edge VR Arcade is a virtual reality arcade with a wide variety of games for kids and adults. Come for the fun games and stay for the delicious food and drinks. www.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. www.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. www.greenbayescape.com or www.greenbayaxe.com Green Bay Botanical Garden 2600 Larsen Rd., Green Bay 920-490-9457 Explore nature’s wonders in every season with a one-of-a-kind experience for all in a stunning garden featuring 47 acres filled with 65,000+ plants from Wisconsin and around the world. www.gbbg.org | 51


 ATTRACTIONS FAMILY FUN | MUSEUMS 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. www.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. Check website for hours and admission. www.newzoo.org Oneida Buffalo Overlook SEASONAL 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. www.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. www.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. www.greenbaywi.gov/parks

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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. www.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. www.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. www.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. www.tundralodge.com Waterboard Warriors Water Ski Show Waterski team providing FREE shows to the public at Mueller Park in Wrightstown. Please watch website and Facebook page for 2022 schedules. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram; @waterboard_warriors. www.waterboardwarriors.org

MUSEUMS 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. www.ashhs.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. www.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. www.browncohistoricalsoc.org Heritage Hill State Park 2640 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay 920-448-5150 Experience living history and create lasting memories while walking back in time. Enjoy this 56-acre park with 26 interpretive buildings. Open seasonally and for special events, including fanfavorite Music on the Hill. www.heritagehillgb.org

National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help 4047 Chapel Dr., New Franken 920-315-0398 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. shrineofourladyofgoodhelp.com 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. www.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. www.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. www.theautomobilegallery.org

National Railroad Museum 2285 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-437-7623 Explore America’s railroad heritage. Over 70 pieces of railroad equipment and special exhibits on display. Ride a full-size train. Open year round. www.nationalrrmuseum.org DISCOVER GREEN BAY 2022 DESTINATION GUIDE


TOURS | ART GALLERIES | ENTERTAINMENT ATTRACTIONS  TOURS C&M Presents Green Bay, 920-471-7951 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. www.candmpresents.com 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! www.foxypaddler.com Foxy Pedaler 231 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-884-1159 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. www.foxypedaler.com Fox River 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. www.foxrivertours.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. www.greenbayghosttours.com

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. www.packershofandtours.com Oneida Nation Walk of Legends 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. www.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 www.packershofandtours.com 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! www.GlideNEW.com

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Artless Bastard 353 Main Ave., De Pere 920-310-0260 A non-profit art gallery featuring original artwork at affordable prices. Join us for an opening reception, shop our gift shop of hand-made items or attend one of our artist-led workshops. www.artlessbastard.com The Art Garage/Cedar Center Arts, Inc. 1429 Main St., Green Bay 920-448-6800 Come to your senses! Visual, performing and literary arts highlighted in historic factory gallery and studios. Special exhibits, workshops, receptions, events and more. www.theartgarage.org

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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. https://ashwaubenonPAC.org Backstage 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. www.backstagegreenbay.org Civic Symphony of Green Bay 920-432-4676 A community orchestra made up of volunteer and professional musicians who perform classical, Broadway, light opera and pops literature. Family-friendly ticket prices! www.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. www.cupojoy.com Daddy D Productions 920-544-4244 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. www.daddyds.com 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! https://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: www.ticketstaronline.com or www.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. www.lyricroomgreenbay.com

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 ATTRACTIONS ENTERTAINMENT | SPORTS & RECREATION 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! www.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. www.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. www.oneidacasino.net Performing and Visual Arts at St. Norbert College 100 Grant St., De Pere 920-403-3950 Student music and theatre events, Summer Music Theatre, Dudley Birder Chorale, Knights on Broadway, Knights on the Fox summer concert series, Bush Art Center gallery exhibits, visiting artists and lectures. www.snc.edu/tickets University of WisconsinGreen 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. www.uwgb.edu/arts

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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 www.WeidnerCenter.com

SPORTS AND RECREATION 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. www.browncountyparks.org 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. www.browncountyparks.org 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 will be opening in 2022. www.browncountyparks.org

Cellcom Green Bay Marathon 920-432-6272 May 2022. Choose from a marathon, half marathon, relays, 5K and a kid’s run set in Green Bay’s legendary Lambeau Field area. www.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. www.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! www.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. www.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. www.foxrivertrail.com

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. www.greenbayphoenix.com Green Bay Blizzard Indoor Football Team 820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 920-499-2549 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. www.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. www.greenbayrockers.com Green Bay Gamblers 820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 920-405-1256 The Gamblers enter their 28th season in the USHL. Home games are played at the Resch Center. For schedule, promotions, team information and to purchase tickets go to www.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. www.packers.com

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SPORTS & RECREATION | SHOW & SPORTS TICKETS | GOLF Haasch Guide Service E7169 Jackson 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! www.fishalgoma.com Kayak Wisconsin Mueller Park Kayak Launch: 620 Washington St, Wrightstown Sunset Park Kayak Launch: 300 Sunset Park Rd, Kimberly Phone: (Text Only) 920-371-2836 Kayak Wisconsin has two locations: Mueller Park in Wrightstown & Sunset Park in Kimberly, WI. Book your rentals online at kayakwis.com and you’ll receive access via Bluetooth to enjoy a self-guided experience. www.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. www.mountain-baytrail.org Resch Center 820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 800-895-0071 The Resch Center is a 10,000 seat multi-purpose arena, hosting concerts, comedy/family shows, and game day tailgating. It is also home to the GB Gamblers hockey, GB Blizzard indoor football and UWGB men’s basketball. www.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. www.reschcomplex.com

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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. www.southbaymarina.com St. Norbert College Athletics 100 Grant St., De Pere 920-403-4077 Division III athletics - 10 men’s and 10 women’s teams. The men’s hockey team is a fourtime NCAA Division III National Champion. Schneider Stadium seats nearly 2,500 for football, soccer and track competitions. One in four St. Norbert students participate in varsity sports. www.snc.edu/athletics

SHOW & SPORTS TICKETS 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. www.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 Packers home games. Also buying Packers tickets. Lowest prices! No service fees! www.greenbayticketservice.com

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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 Packers parking. We have your ticket to “the best entertainment in this area!” www.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. www.uwgb.edu/tickets

GOLF 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. www.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. www.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. www.villageofhoward.com/258/ course-information Wander Springs Golf Course 4342 Wayside Rd., Greenleaf 920-864-4653 27-hole golf course, very walkable and challenging for all different skill levels. Excellent bar and grill offering a variety of sandwiches. Great for outings and parties. Friday golf and fish specials. www.wandersprings.com

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Shopping 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, Packers memorabilia and other vintage items. Something for everyone! www.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. www.simon.com/mall/ bay-park-square Bosse’s News and Tobacco 220 Cherry St., Green Bay 920-432-8647 Green Bay’s oldest and largest newsstand/tobacco shop features a great selection of newspapers, maps, local and Packers books, and thousands of magazine titles. Extraordinary selection of imported cigars and pipe tobacco. www.bossesnews.com 56 |

Broken Spoke Bike Studio 115 Pine St., Ste. 101, Green Bay 920-634-2040 Broken Spoke sells and rents all styles of bikes: cruisers, mountain bikes, fat bikes and electric bikes. Located in downtown Green Bay, right on CityDeck. www.brokenspokebikes.com Haberdasher Co 335 N. Washington St., Ste. A, Green Bay, 920-437-9661 A curation of casual and fine men’s clothing for every occasion! https://hhclothingco.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. www.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. www.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. www.petesgarage.com Run Away Shoes 2901 Ramada Way, Green Bay 920-884-2989 As your neighborhood shoe shop, we provide a friendly environment, superior customer assistance, and expert product knowledge. We are problem solvers passionate about finding solutions for your footwear needs! www.runawayshoes.net

Saranac Glove Outlet 999 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-435-3737 For over a century, Saranac Glove has earned the reputation as America’s quality glove supplier for sports, work, fitness and more. Visit our factory store two blocks east of Lambeau Field. www.SaranacGlove.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. www.schoolhousegb.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. www.schroederflowers.com

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SALONS & SPAS | SPECIALTY The Heel Shoe Fitters 930 Waube Ln., Green Bay 920-435-0721 Voted Best of the Bay three years running, The Heel Shoe Fitters offers the best service, selection and prices in the area. With over 30,000 pairs of shoes in stock, the expertly trained staff is sure to help you find what you’re looking for! www.theheelinc.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. www. 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. www.vvhd.com Zulou 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! www.facebook.com/ ZuLouOnBroadway

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Emerald City Nails 2482 Babcock Rd., Green Bay 920-888-0219 Come visit Emerald City Nails and Spa! Located minutes from the airport and Oneida Casino. Native American owned and operated. Our unique environment cannot be found in any other nail salon in Green Bay. We also have a barber here and do updos! www.facebook.com/EmeraldCity-Nails-571473939881707/ 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. www.lodgekohler.com/spa 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

SPECIALTY SHOPPING 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! www.countryovens.com

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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. www.cultivatetaste.com Renard’s Cheese Inc. 248 Cty. Rd. S, Algoma 920-825-7272 Open year round – 7 days a week. Two locations featuring a wide variety of our handcrafted Artisan Cheese, fresh cheese curds, homemade fudge and many Door County products. Visit our Melt Bistro, take a factory tour! Shop online. www.renardscheese.com Revolution Development 2160 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-716-7186 The Revolution Development is a group of businesses who value connection, community, and growth! Salon Elan is a full-service salon with luxury hair services and luxury haircare brands. Revolution Market boasts a year-round indoor public market. therevolutiondevelopment. squarespace.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. www.scraycheese.com

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Seroogy’s Chocolates Ashwaubenon 784 Willard Dr., Green Bay 920-632-6310 www.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. www.thecandybarwi.com The Oilerie 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. www.oilerie.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. www.facebook.com/ tsyunhehkwa/

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. www.seroogys.com | 57


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1951 West Located inside Comfort Suites Hotel and Conference Center 1951 Bond St., Green Bay 920-405-1951 facebook.com/1951WestGB a’Bravo Bistro 2069 Central Ct., Green Bay 920-432-7286 Fun, relaxed upscale dining with a flair. Featuring New American cuisine, low carb, gluten free and vegan menu options. Knowledgeable, friendly staff. Join us today! www.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. www.bleudining.com

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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. www.chefusion.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. www.plaebistro.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. www.chivesdining.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. www.republicchophouse.com

Galley 57 3171 Manitowoc Rd., Green Bay 920-593-2632 A traditional Wisconsin supper club featuring Friday fish fry, Saturday prime rib, great steaks, fresh seafood and home of the $3.00 Old Fashioneds. All entrees include our fantastic soup and salad bar! www.galley57.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. www.riversbendgb.com

Slander 130 E. Walnut St., Green Bay 920-430-7700 Slander is an upscale restaurant and lounge boasting an eclectic menu, craft cocktails and a spectacular wine list. www.slandergb.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. www.lodgekohler.com The English Inn 3597 Bay Settlement Rd., Green Bay, 920-455-0676 With over 60 items on our menu, we have something for everyone! Enjoy dinner either inside, with a beautiful view of the Bay of Green Bay, or outside on our patio. www.theenglishinn.com The Walnut Room – Green Bay Located inside Hotel Northland 304 N. Adams St., Green Bay 920-770-2399 www.thewalnutroomgb.com

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CASUAL DINING 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. www.facebook.com/ UnionHotelDePere

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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. www.anduzzis.com

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. www.1919kitchenandtap.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. www.bayfamilyrestaurant.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! www.alshamburgergb.com

Caribou Restaurant Located inside Tundra Lodge Resort and Waterpark 865 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-405-8700, www.tundralodge.com/diningen.html

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. www.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. www.anduzzis.com

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 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. 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.

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The Noodle Bar, located inside Oneida Casino, offers cooked to order Asian Cuisine. Open 11 a.m. to closing. www.radisson.com/ hotels/greenbay/dinings 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. www.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. ww.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! www.glassnickelpizza.com Golden Greats Bar and Grill Located inside Holiday InnStadium 2785 Ramada Way, Green Bay 920-569-4248 www.ihg.com/holidayinn/ hotels/us/en/green-bay/grbhw/ hoteldetail/dining# 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. www.graystonealehouse.com

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Happy Joe’s Pizza/Ice Cream 1675 E. Mason St., Green Bay 920-465-0690 A fun, family-friendly restaurant serving pizza, pasta, sandwiches, salads and ice cream. We accept reservations, accommodate groups, delivery/carry out available. Our “Taco Joe Pizza” is a local favorite. www.happyjoes.com 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. www.hinterlandbeer.com 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. www.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. www.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. www.mackinaws.com

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 DINING CASUAL DINING 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. www.msbr-gb.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 p.m. to 10 p.m. www.primequarter.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 Packers game day. www.thestadiumview.com Stella’s On Main 401 Main Ave., De Pere 920-336-4100 Stella’s restaurant located in the heart of West De Pere offers guests an intimate dining experience with a focus on quality ingredients and creativity to prepare fresh and unique cuisine that is sure to please any appetite. www.stellasdepere.com Strada Pizzeria 109 N. Broadway, De Pere 920-425-7014 Pizza fatta a mano. Gustosa e Saporita con prodotti Locali e un ambiente di casa. Venite a tavola con noi a magiare inseime. Buon Appetito! www.pizzeriastrada.com

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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. www.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 Sunday Thursday! Satisfy yourself with our hickory smoked BBQ and stone fired pizzas. www.parkerjohns.com Poke the Bear Located inside Hotel Northland 304 N. Adams St., Green Bay 920-770-2433 www.pokethebeargb.com 60 |

Pub 333 Located inside Hyatt on Main 333 Main St., Green Bay 920-433-2001, www.greenbay. hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining.html Rocky’Z Cafe 2475 University Ave., Green Bay 920-393-1475 We are a family-owned restaurant, that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. We feature salads, Mexican food, sandwiches, wraps and much more. www.facebook.com/rockyzcafe/ 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. www.sammyspizzagreenbay.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. www.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. www.meetatthebar.com

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. www.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. www.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. www.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! https://theturngreenbay.com Townline Pub & Grill 2544 Lineville Rd., Green Bay 920-434-7943 Where people come for the food and stay for the fun. Casual concept pub and grill located in Howard-Suamico. www.town-line.com

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CAFÉ/BAKERY | INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR 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. www.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! www.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! www.zestyscustard.com

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46 Below 1065 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7500 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. www.titletown.com

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. www.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. www.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. www.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. www.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. www.lodgekohler.com

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LaJava Roasting House & Cafe 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. www.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. www.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. www.notbybread.com The Attic 730 Bodart St., Green Bay 920-435-6515 Enjoy Green Bay’s only combined full-service espresso and tea bar offering Fair Trade/Organic. Great pastries, sandwiches, and snacks in a spacious setting. 6,000 used books, over 80 teas, bulk coffee and gifts. www.theatticcorner.com

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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. www.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. www.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. www.unclemikesbakeshoppe.com

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 DINING INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR | WATERFRONT DINING | NIGHTLIFE INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR Angelina Authentic Italian Cuisine 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. www.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! www.calientedepere.com Ennis Inn Pub Located inside Ennis Inn 201 James St., De Pere 920-347-0007 www.ennisinnandpub.com Gyro Kabobs 337 Main Ave., De Pere 920-339-0048 Gyros are our specialty! Watch us roast, slice and prepare authentic gyros in our open kitchen. Also featuring salads, falafel, chilidogs, Chicago-style hot dogs, and hummus. Dine in, carry out, delivery, catering. www.gyrokabobs.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. www.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. www.Facebook.com/LoreleiInn 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! www.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. www.margaritas-greenbay.com Nakashima of Japan 2200 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-494-4103 Here at Nakashima of Japan we offer entertainment while you eat! Come watch the sushi chefs prepare traditional Japanese dishes or hibachi chefs preparing your food right before your eyes! www.nakashimas.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. www.olivegarden.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. https://tasteofindiagreenbay.com

WATERFRONT DINING 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. www.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. www.hagemeisterpark.com

NIGHTLIFE Aardvark Wine Lounge 304 Pine St., Green Bay 920-264-5195 An internationally themed wine lounge in the heart of downtown Green Bay. A truly unique space to discover excellent wines from around the world and mouthwatering small plates. www.aardvarkwinelounge.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. www.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. www.burkelsoneblockover.com Keggers 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. www.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. www.richardcraniums.com Yukon Jax Bar Located inside Tundra Lodge Resort and Waterpark 865 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-405-8700 www.tundralodge.com/diningen.html

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Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries BREWERIES 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. www.ahnapeebrewery.com Badger State Brewing Company 990 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay, 920-634-5687 Award-winning destination craft brewery, taproom, beer garden and event hall. Passionate about crafting unique and delicious beers. www.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. www.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. www.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 taproom with a view of Green Bay’s east side. www.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. www.stillmankbrewing.com

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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 taproom, one-of-a-kind roof tap space. www.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. www.zambaldi.com

WINERIES 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. www.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. www.duckcreekwine.com 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. www.ledgestonevineyards.com

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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. www.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. www.parallel44.com

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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. www.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! www.vonstiehl.com

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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. www.paradisenorthdistillery.com

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Accommodations 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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STADIUM AREA Aloft Hotel 465 Pilgrim Way, Green Bay, 920-884-0800 Now part of Marriott Hotels! Aloft Green Bay is a bold, hip hotel featuring loft-inspired design to enliven the home of the green and gold. Close to Austin Straubel International Airport and historic Lambeau Field! www.marriott.com/grbal

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Bay Motel 1301 S. Military Ave., Green Bay, 920-494-3441 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. www.baymotelgreenbay.com

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Baymont Inn and Suites 2840 S. Oneida St., Green Bay, 920-494-7887 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. www.wyndhamhotels.com/hotels/17882

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Best Western Green Bay Inn and Conference Center 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. www.bestwesterngreenbayinn.com

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Country Inn & Suites - Green Bay Stadium 2945 Allied St., Green Bay, 920-336-6600 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. www.countryinns.com/greenbaywi_south

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Delta Hotels by Marriott Green Bay 2750 Ramada Way, Green Bay, 920-499-0631 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. www.Marriott.com/GRBDE

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Fairfield Inn by Marriott 2850 S. Oneida St., Green Bay, 920-497-1010 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. www.greenbayfairfield.com

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Hampton Inn – Stadium District 2840 Ramada Way, Green Bay, 920-498-9200 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. www.stayingreenbay.com

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Hilton Garden Inn 1015 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay, 920-405-0400 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. www.greenbay.gardeninn.com

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Holiday Inn & Suites - Stadium 2785 Ramada Way, Green Bay, 920-569-4248 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. www.holidayinn.com/greenbay.wi

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Home2 Suites by Hilton Green Bay 810 Morris Ave., Green Bay, 920-227-5757 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. http://home2suites3.hilton.com

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Lodge Kohler 1950 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay, 844-443-0084 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. www.lodgekohler.com

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My Place Hotels – Green Bay 2220 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, 855-931-5035 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! https://myplacehotels.com/my-place-hotel-green-bay-wi

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Quality Inn Stadium Area 1978 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, 920-498-8088 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. www.choicehotels.com/wisconsin/green-bay/quality-inn-hotels/wi206

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Residence Inn Green Bay Downtown 470 Marina Ln., Green Bay, 920-430-1770 All-suite hotel: 24-hour fitness center, light evening “The Mix” reception on Monday through Wednesday evenings, hot breakfast buffet and much more. www.Marriott.com/grbdt

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Tundra Lodge Resort, Waterpark and Conference Center 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. www.tundralodge.com

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AIRPORT Airport Wingate by Wyndham 2065 Airport Dr., Green Bay, 920-617-2000 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. www.wingatehotels.com

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Extended Stay Airport 1639 Commanche Ave., Green Bay, 920-499-3600 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. www.extendedstaygreenbay.com

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Hotel J 2620 S. Packerland Dr., Green Bay, 920-499-1900 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. www.hoteljgb.com

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Radisson Hotel and Conference Center 2040 Airport Dr., Green Bay, 920-494-7300 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. www.radisson.com/greenbaywi

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DOWNTOWN GREEN BAY Astor House Bed & Breakfast 637 S. Monroe, Green Bay, 920-432-3585 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. www.astorhouse.com

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

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Hotel Northland, Autograph Collection 304 N. Adams St., Green Bay, 920-393-7499 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. www.thehotelnorthland.com

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Hyatt Regency Green Bay 333 Main St., Green Bay, 920-432-1234 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. www.greenbay.hyatt.com

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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. www.qualityinngreenbay.com

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St. Brendan’s Inn 234 S. Washington St., Green Bay, 920-884-8484 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. www.saintbrendansinn.com

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AmericInn by Wyndham Green Bay East 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. www.americinn.com/hotels/wi/greenbayeast

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

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Cobblestone Hotel & Suites 1220 Mountain Bay Dr., Pulaski, 920-822-0822 Just minutes west of Green Bay, The Cobblestone Hotel and Suites of Pulaski offers big city quality and small-town values with hot breakfast, pool, lounge, WiFi, market place and more! www.staycobblestone.com/wi/pulaski

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Comfort Suites Hotel and Conference Center 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! www.comfortsuitesgb.com

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Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Green Bay East 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. www.countryinns.com/greenbaywi_east

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Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Green Bay North 2308 Lineville Rd., Green Bay, 920-884-2000 Whether in Green Bay for a family getaway, a Packers game, or a business trip, this newly remodeled hotel provides a welcoming home away from home. www.radissonhotels.com/en-us/hotels/country-inn-green-bay-howard-wi

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Ennis Inn and Pub 201 James St., De Pere, 920-347-0007 The Ennis Inn and Pub, where the Fergus meets the Fox. Boutique hotel offering a one-of-a-kind Irish experience. https://ennisinnandpub.com

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Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham 335 W. St. Joseph St., Green Bay, 920-435-2222 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. www.wyndhamhotels.com/hotels/47732

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Holiday Inn Express and Suites 1663 Hoffman Rd., Green Bay, 920-593-4600 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. www.holidayinnexpress.com/greenbay-wi

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Kress Inn & Bemis Conference Center 300 Grant St., De Pere, 920-403-5100 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. www.kressinn.com

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LAKESHORE 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. www.atthewatersedgebnb.com

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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. www.hotelstebbins.com

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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. www.scenicshoreinn.com

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CAMPING Apple Creek Campground N3831 County Rd. U, De Pere, 920-532-4386 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. www.applecreekcamping.com

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Brown County Fairgrounds – First come, first served. No reservations. 1500 Fort Howard Ave., De Pere, 920-448-4466 Providing 57 urban campsites located minutes away from Lambeau Field. Amenities include heated restrooms and showers, water access/boat landing and dump station. www.browncountyparks.org

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HOME RENTALS Green Bay Party House 1135 Shadow Ln., Green Bay, 815-353-8127 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! www.greenbaypartyhouse.com

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Transportation AIRPORT 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

Kompelling™ Kars 520 N. Broadway, Ste. 208, Green Bay 920-403-0757 Whether you are here for a Green Bay Packers 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/carrental-green-bay

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

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

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

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

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Miles to Green Bay Chicago, IL Des Moines, IA Detroit, MI (via car ferry) Door County, WI Dubuque, IA Duluth, MN Eau Claire, WI Escanaba, MI Indianapolis, IN Iron Mountain, MI Kohler, WI La Crosse, WI Mackinac Island, MI Madison, WI Milwaukee, WI Minneapolis, MN Rockford, IL St. Louis, MO St. Paul, MN Wausau, WI Wisconsin Dells, WI

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Community Resources COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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. www.algoma.org 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. www.allouezbusiness.com

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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. https:// ashwaubenonbusiness.com

Brown County Fair Association P.O. Box 472, De Pere 920-336-7292 2022 Fair Dates: August 17-21. The Fair brings amusement rides, PRCA Rodeo, shows, animals, music, tractor and truck pulls, demolition derby…fun for the entire family! www.browncountyfair.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. www.BelGioioso.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. https://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. www.deperechamber.org Definitely 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! https://deperedowntown.org

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES  DigiCOPY 211 E. Walnut St., Green Bay 920-857-2208 DigiCOPY is the premier digital printer in Wisconsin. They provide high quality document solutions and share the latest digital technology. Timely, efficient production methods and highlevel customer service guarantee your satisfaction. www.dcopy.net 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 and KI Convention Center. www.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. www.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! www.hsbpa.org 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. www.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. www.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. www.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! www.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. www.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. https://packerlandvet.com

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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

RELOCATION 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. www.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. www.resource1homes.com

COLLEGES/ UNIVERSITIES

Bellin College 3201 Eaton Rd., Green Bay 920-433-6699 Bellin College specializes in nursing, radiology, diagnostic medical sonography and postgraduate physical therapy. A focused curriculum, extensive clinical practice and dedicated faculty help students succeed academically and professionally. www.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. www.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. www.snc.edu University of WisconsinGreen Bay 2420 Nicolet St., Green Bay 920-465-2111 UW-Green Bay is a public institution serving 8,970 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students and 79,604 continuing education enrollees. We educate students from precollege 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. www.uwgb.edu

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are Built into the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center Shekoli – Hello – From Oneida Nation From the moment you enter the parking lot, just across the street from Austin Straubel International Airport, you are welcomed by the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center and the Oneida Nation.

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Once you enter the spectacular, newly renovated, lobby you’ll find touches that are a nod to the historic Oneida people and their heritage. Your eye will immediately catch the sprawling, spiral crystal chandelier

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craft sandwiches, fresh pastries and a Wisconsin favorite – frozen custard. In the very back of the lobby you will notice a glass case adorned with beautiful art. This display showcases “Woodland Indian Arts” from Oneida artists and other Native artists across the state. Make sure to take in the art, culture and beauty of their creations. Enjoy your overnight stay in one of the refreshed guestrooms that now feature vinyl flooring and keep you close to all the action of the attached Oneida Casino. When making your way to the attached Casino, be sure to take notice of the close to 30,000 square feet of flexible meeting space that can host any event that a visiting group may need. You will find even more culture knitted within your stay at this luxurious Green Bay hotel. The Cedar & Sage Grill House is one of Green Bay’s newest and finest eateries. The chefs hand select ingredients from Oneida Farms and other local merchants. The name “Cedar & Sage” is an ode to the healing properties of these two elements in the Oneida culture. Purcell’s Beer Garden is a perfect spot to quench your thirst as well as time to stop, slow down, enjoy the peace of nature on their outdoor patio and gather with friends old and new for games and laughs over a brew. Plan your trip to Green Bay today and make sure the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center is on your short list of places to stay, play and dine.

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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!

Eat

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!

Relax

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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