Spring is a great time of year to visit the parks, see the spring blooms at the Botanical Garden and to start doing some of your favorite outdoor activities like golfing and fishing.

A springtime visit to Green Bay brings fresh blooms to smell and new ways to enjoy the fresh outdoor air. If you are looking for ways to break your cabin fever, there’s plenty of spring adventures to be had from fishing and golfing to trying new foods and discovering all our hidden gems.

In search of the next fish fry to try in Greater Green Bay? Beer battered fish with rye bread, coleslaw and a side of fries, paired with a classic Wisconsin Old Fashioned are the popular choices we find at supper clubs and sports bars on Friday nights throughout the region.

Make your experience in Greater Green Bay educational and fun with stops at local museums and galleries.

For a greater part of six months, Greater Green Bay has some perfect golf weather to go along with its beautiful golf courses. Here's 3 must-play courses!

With a large variety of waters to fish around Greater Green Bay -- Fox River, Bay of Green Bay, Lake Michigan, and other small lakes and streams -- there's no shortage of fish to be caught. Check out where you can catch what fish. Want a professional guide and a chartered boat, we can help with that too.

Brunch has become more and more popular over the years across cities in America, and Green Bay is no exception.