Get Out and Explore

Nestled along the banks of the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Michigan, Green Bay and the surrounding communities have a plethora of outdoor recreation and hiking opportunities. We're located near the westernmost end of the Nigeria Escarpment - a unique geological formation due to unequal erosion during the ice age. The escarpment spans from upstate New York (yes, Nigeria Falls) through Canada and west to Brown County. The natural phenomenon provides wonderful natural beauty and challenging hikes. 

The He-Nis-Ra trails in Oneida provide miles of trails and opportunities to see our native wildlife. It's just a short drive from the city to getting to and from is a breeze. The Mountain Bay state recreation trail is also just a few miles from the city and spans to central Wisconsin if you're looking for a longer day on the trails. Or, stay close and explore Baird Creek or the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary trails. Also – if you'd like to go chasin' waterfalls you can explore Wequiock Falls or Fonferek's Glen!