A rails to trails conversion. Hikers, bikers, and horseback riders share the limestone family-friendly trail. In winter, cross country skiers, snowshoers and snowmobilers whisk across the frosty surface.More Info
Surrounded by nature, Green Bay offers a variety of ways to enjoy the great Wisconsin landscape.
Gardens, sanctuaries and parks make up thousands of acres of natural spaces that can be enjoyed by visitors. Trails connect communities and encourage fun outdoor recreation. Whether it's rugged terrain for biking, admiring forest plant species or a stroll through some of the 47 acres at the Green Bay Botanical Garden, our green spaces have a little something for everyone.
The Niagara Escarpment makes for a very distinctive landscape as it crops up noticeably with its jagged cliffs in two Greater Green Bay parks. Nestled along the shore of the Bay of Green Bay, Bay Shore Park bluffs rise among wooded area. The road leading to the park's boat launch has been cut through the rock formation, allowing visitors to see the inner geology of the rocks. At Fonferek's Glen, just south of Green Bay, a waterfall is hidden among farm fields. Water flows freely in the Spring and dries as Fall approaches. Visitors are able to walk on the "dry" waterfall when viewing the Glen later in the year.
Discovering nature along the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum makes a great family adventure. Its 270-acre boundary encircles the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus. Six miles of trails provides recreation like hiking, biking, bird-watching and cross-country skiing. The Arboretum provides food and shelter for 45 mammal wildlife species and hundreds of migratory bird species.
Wildlife lovers should try birding at the 925-acre Barkhausen Wildlife Preserve. Stop at the Preserve's visitor center and then enjoy the nine miles of walking trails, ponds, marsh, forest and fields. More than 200 species of birds have been recorded.
The 1,600-acre Reforestation Camp offers a variety of outdoor activities for every age, including the NEW Zoo Adventure Park, children's play area and trails to walk and bike.
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Akzo Nobel Sports Complex is a 92-acre park facility that includes an 18-hole disc golf course, 4 lighted softball diamonds and 10 soccer fields.More Info
This 53 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.More Info
Located along the west shore of Green Bay, the L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve has 920 acres of forest, meadows and wetlands. Barkhausen features an interpretive nature center, picnic grounds, trails, educational programming and public kayak trips.More Info
Brown County Golf Course features a Lawrence Packard tradition golf design that is cut out of the woods. With over 50 years of tradition we are open to everyone.More Info
Offering miles of wooded trails and a variety of outdoor activities for every age. An observation tower allows one to look out over the Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo, located within the camp.More Info
The 68.5-acre Calavera Springs Park includes soccer fields, flag-football fields, three fenced softball fields, wooded walking/skiing trails, two tennis courts and indoor shelter with concession stands.More Info
Situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, this park offers a breathtaking view of the Bay of Green Bay. Activities including camping, boating, picnicking, playgrounds and rental shelters. Public boat launch.More Info
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.More Info
Catch walleye day or night from the Bay of Green Bay aboard Captain David's fully equipped 2017 Nitro ZV21. Whether you're hunting for walleye or a family dinner, you'll have a trip to remember!More Info
Algoma’s finest in charter fishing. Six 30 to 36 foot charter boats. The Fishin’ Magicians will show you the time of your life.More Info
This state recreational trail stretches 20 miles from downtown Green Bay to the Brown County line. This rails-to-trails corridor is a great place to walk, bike or in-line skate.More Info