Local Attractions

The Heart of the Valley communities are a great place to visit. This is an area of fun and recreation for all ages, in all seasons.


Golf on an uncrowded golf course spring, summer and fall and the rest of the year be ten minutes from wooded cross country ski trails. The Green Bay Packers play professional football just to the north and the Milwaukee Brewers play professional baseball and the Milwaukee Bucks professional basketball just to the south. You can feel the thrill of windsurfing across Lake Winnebago in summer or in winter tug an 80 pound sturgeon through a shanty sheltered hole in the ice. couple.jpg

Hikers, bikers and joggers using the Fox River Recreational Trail can stop and listen to the tranquility of the woods.

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The Charles A. Grignon Mansion is a proud reminder of our state's beginnings. Built in 1837, the mansion was a wedding gift from Charles Grignon to his Pennsylvania bride Mary Elizabeth Meade. Click here for more information.
 

 

High Cliff is the only state-owned recreational area on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin's largest lake. The park , located in Sherwood, has a marina, historic sites, a campground, picnic areas and shelters, a beach, wildlife, an observation tower, and play areas. Many facilities are accessible for people with disabilities. Click here for more information on High Cliff State Park.

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Appreciation of our natural environment is the primary reason for the existence of the 1000 Islands Environmental Center. The center is used by students of all ages to enjoy passive and active experiences while gaining new and ongoing appraisals of our local treasures. Visit the 1000 Islands Environmental Center's website.

Wisconsin International Raceway is a multi purpose motor sports facility presenting weekly racing programs on both the oval tracks and the quarter-mile drag strip. When it comes to oval track racing action, WIR is among the most well known and respected racing facilities in the nation. Headlining the oval track specials in the Red, White and Blue State Championship Series which has 29 years of racing tradition behind it. Dick Trickle, Dave Watson, Mark Martin, Joe Shear and Jim Weber have all scores titles in Wisconsin's most challenging racing series. For more information visit Wisconsin International Raceway's website.

 

 

 

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