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North Eastern Wisconsin Zoo -The NEW ZOO and Brown County Reforestation Camp serves as a 1560-acre recreational area. The miles of trails, picnic areas, trout ponds, and animal exhibits provide fun and enjoyment. Visit the observation tower to see a good portion of the animal exhibits and lush habitat. Nestled among the pines are playground areas, grills, volleyball courts and a ball diamond. A shelter may also be rented. Call (920) 448-4466.
Waterfalls of Northeastern Wisconsin, Marinette County-the Waterfall Capital of Wisconsin. These waterfalls also provide some of the finest whitewater rafting in the Midwest. Most of the waterfalls are in the Crivitz, Amberg and Pembine recreational areas.
Heritage Hill Living History Museum -Nestled on a 54 acre site overlooking the Fox River in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Heritage Hill Living History Museum is a significant educational and cultural resource for Northeastern Wisconsin.
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Weidner Center - for the performing arts
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, (part of a statewide university system) with an enrollment of over 5,500, a regional institution with a broad range of programs including business, natural and biological sciences and arts and humanities; Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, with an enrollment of over 6,800, offering vocational, technical and adult education; Bellin College of Nursing offers a four-year degree in nursing. Fox Valley Technical College ; St. Norbert College
Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce -Located along the banks of the Fox River and the shores of Lake Winnebago in east central Wisconsin lies a cluster of dynamic communities known collectively as "The Fox Cities." With a population of more than 200,000, the Fox Cities area is one of the largest and fastest growing urban centers in Wisconsin. The Fox Cities area is comprised of 18 municipalities; the largest of which is the City of Appleton. The population of the three- county Appleton- Oshkosh-Neenah Metropolitan Statistical Area ( MSA) is nearly 349,000.
Neville Public Museum of Brown County - The Neville is a general museum of art, history and science, accredited by the American Association of Museums. It is dedicated to the collection and preservation of significant objects relevant to Northeast Wisconsin, and ,secondarily, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Come to Northern Wisconsin, relax and enjoy the quiet beauty of the north woods. Northern Wisconsin is filled with picturesque roads, rolling hills, lakes and streams for you to enjoy. The early French explorers would find that much of Northern Wisconsin has not changed since they paddled their canoes down the rivers or walked the woodland trails.
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Jean Nicolet - Northeast of the city of Green Bay, on the limestone ridge overlooking the waters of the bay, stands a statue of Jean Nicolet. It commemorates the coming of Europeans to Green Bay and to Wisconsin. The historical marker there declares that "In 1634 Jean Nicolet, emissary of Governor Samuel de Champlain of New France, landed at Red Banks on the shore of Green Bay about a mile west of here."
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