Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary
Beautiful views and wifelife refuge. Free to the public. Corn to feed the birds can be purchased.
It is the largest park in Green Bay and home to the second largest wildlife rehabilitation program in Wisconsin.
Free park with walking trails, small zoo that offers native animals including wolves who love to sing!
A must see if you are going to Bay Beach Amusement Park. Plenty of hiking and sightseeing after or before you get to the park!
Duck, Duck, Goose! See the birds in the Fall, before they head south for the Winter. This Sanctuary, takes in injured Wildlife, for recuperation. Scenic Nature trails. ( Its free to visit!)
I’ve loved this place since I was 4 years old! It’s a great place to visit anytime of year, and it’s great for all ages. Free, free, free!
“Great Amusement Park - no entry fee - pay per ride, and most rides are under $1 (donated to the city, and stipulated tickets cant be more than .25 cents)”
Sporting Goods Shop
“An absolute must visit for Packers fans! It’s fun to walk around & see all the cool merchandise.”
“This is not near the property, but is a GREAT place to visit if you want to try more local beers!”
“Easygoing brewery serving American staples with local ingredients alongside handcrafted beers.”
“If you like your history then you will love this 48 acre park in Green Bay that sits nestled on the east bank of the Fox River. Aside from the lush parkland, the big draw here is the heritage village which is made up of twenty five restored buildings that date back to the 17th century and are dotted all over the park. Friendly guides in period garb will help you to feel the part even more and highlights here include live demonstrations by printers and blacksmiths. There is even a fur trader’s cabin that dates from the 19th century.”