This vibrant Green Bay suburb neighbors Lambeau Field... and so much more!

If you’re coming to visit Green Bay because you’re a Packers fan, you’ll definitely be spending time in Ashwaubenon during your visit. Not only is it directly adjacent Lambeau Field and home to Titletown Park, it’s also where you can find some of the area’s best restaurants, attractions, hotels, and shopping!


Population: 17,149
The Main Drag: Oneida Street
The Major Must-See: A Concert at Resch Center
Best Free Attraction: Titletown
Most Buzzworthy Event: Any Home Packer Game!
Locals Love: Edge VR Arcade


Just across the street from Lambeau Field, you'll find Titletown Park where the play never stops. You can work on your swing at The Turn or enjoy a luxurious hydro massage at the Kohler Waters Spa. When you're relaxed, head on over to the full-size regulation turf field that's surrounded by businesses and condos. Then test your 40-yard dash time or take the kids on the massive playground! In the winter take a trip down Airen's Hill or skate around the ice rink and skating trail. Then warm up with some food and hot coco from 46 below. 


Of course, Ashwaubenon is home to much more than just the proximity to the Green Bay Packers. In the off-season, you can catch a Green Bay Gamblers hockey game at the Resch Center or a Green Bay Booyah baseball game at the Capital Credit Union Park.

If you like live music, check to see who will be playing when you’re here at the Epic Events Center or test your problem-solving and axe-throwing skills at Green Bay Escape & Axe. 

After all that activity, you’re going to be hungry, and probably a little thirsty, too. Grab a casual dinner at one of the sports bars near the stadium—there are several great ones, including The Bar, Stadium View, D2 Sports Pub, and Anduzzi’s. Or, head to Hinterland Brewery for unique contemporary cuisine and hand-crafted beer.

Speaking of beer, you can’t visit Ashwaubenon without stopping at Badger State Brewing Company. They are quickly becoming a destination brewery, and they’ve even expanded their offering to include hard cider, seltzer, and even coffee!

If wine is more your style, stop at Mona Rose Winery to taste and shop for incredible wine, like their double gold medal winner 2015 Merlot.


Need to let the kids burn off some energy? Take them to Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley where they have open bowling almost every day and interactive “Unreal Bowling” on Friday and Saturday nights.

In the summer, head to Ashwaubomay Lake, a man-made freshwater lake that’s fun for kids of all ages. Little kids will have fun building sandcastles and going down the toddler slide and big kids will love showing off their diving skills on the one- and three-meter diving boards.

Lastly, if you’re looking for a place to stay that will keep the entire family entertained, you’ll definitely want to check out the Tundra Lodge Resort. The 30,0000-square-foot aquatic playground and arcade might just be the highlight of their entire trip to Green Bay!


No matter what you’re looking for, you will find it here. The Bay Park Square Mall is located on Oneida Street, and it is home to well-known stores like Old Navy, Bath & Body Works, Kohl’s, and many more.

If you prefer to shop small, you’re in luck. Ashwaubenon is home to many independently-owned stores like The Heel Shoe Fitters, School House, and Run Away Shoes, just to name a few. Oh, and don’t forget to stop at the Packers Pro Shop to stock up on official Packers merchandise!


If you can only spend a short time in Ashwaubenon, start by grabbing a latte at Crystal Coffee Café—you’ll need the caffeine, trust us! Then head to Titletown to take some photos, let the kids burn off some energy at the playground, or, if it’s wintertime, go tubing down the 46’ Ariens Hill.

Next, grab lunch at Kroll’s West, one of the most beloved restaurants in the area. Order a classic butter burger, cheese curds, and milkshake for the full Green Bay experience. 

After lunch, finish your mini-tour of Ashwaubenon with a trip to the National Railroad Museum. Even if you don’t consider yourself a “train person” you will enjoy watching history come to life as you experience the hands-on, interactive exhibits. Most of the year, they also offer train rides!


From Highway 41: Take the Waube Lane, Oneida Street, or Lombardi Avenue exits.

From Highway 172: Take the Oneida Street exit.

Getting Around: The area around Lambeau Field is walkable, and you can park at Titletown for free (on non-game days). Driving is recommended for exploring the rest of Ashwaubenon.

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