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 up-state New York (yes, Nigeria Falls) all the way 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 along the way. 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 all the way 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!