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Reunion Groups

PLANNING A REUNION? CHECK OUT GREEN BAY!

If you are looking for a central location to host your next reunion, look no further than Green Bay, Wisconsin. Conveniently located in Northeast Wisconsin with airport access that offers direct flights from hubs like Atlanta, Denver, Orlando, Detroit, Minneapolis and Chicago, Green Bay is the perfect option for small and large reunions alike.

From a variety of lodging, dining, tours, activities and venues to celebrate, Green Bay is sure to have something for any gathering. The staff at the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau is here to help you plan your reunion and offer a variety of services to make your group’s reunion a success from helping to find accommodations and set up online housing to building your itineraries, providing destination guides, coupons and welcome bags.

Here’s a few groups we’ve worked with in the past:

Green Bay welcomes veterans. Military reunions are a special occasion that builds upon the camaraderie between those who served to protect and defend our country’s freedom. A reunion in Green Bay will allow you to get business done, connect with fellow veterans and enjoy time exploring the city. Thank you for your service!

Fun can be found for the whole family during your stay in Green Bay. From animal encounters, amusement park and water park fun to museums, signature experiences and interactive activities, we’ve got fun in store for the little ones, teens, parents, grandparents and everyone in between. By the time you leave, you will be filled with memories from your family…

From pilgrimages and groups who travel to visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help to church groups and youth retreats, Green Bay is a destination to fulfill your spiritual journey.

Ready to start planning your reunion?

Green Bay is Wisconsin's oldest city. Nearby trading posts were home to a variety of Native Americans and the Fox River a virtual highway to the waters of Green Bay.