1951 Bond St.
Green Bay, WI 54303
Phone: (920) 499-7449
Fax: (920) 499-0322
The Green Bay Community Church was established in 1968. It is an active church which engages in several programs for the community. The church offers something for everyone, for people of all ages.
Discover a spectacular variety of plant life at this lush expanse, located close to the Oneida Golf & Country Club. Green Bay Botanical Garden was established in 1996, and spans 47 acres (19.02 hectares) of beautifully landscaped areas. Besides attracting horticulturists and nature enthusiasts from the region, the park hosts numerous community events throughout the year. Visitors can partake in the numerous informative tours as well as educational programs on offer at the park. Kids are not to be left behind as they have their own set of activities and tours. Check website for more.
The Meadowbrook Park is a wonderful grassy expanse with a basketball court and a nice, well marked trail. Enjoy a delightful outing at this park, away from the noisy city life. It also houses a good outdoor recreation space with a sledding hill. The Meadowbrook Park is an ideal picnic spot.
The perfect place for kids offering inexpensive rides and play areas for kids of all ages.
Bay Beach offers 700 acres of wildlife refuge, including some animals native to Wisconsin.
Take a tour of 25 historic buildings dating back to the 18th century and learn about the coming about of modern conveniences including electricity, bathrooms, and more.
43 acres of animals from all around the world including rare and endangered species.
This 43-acre (17-hectare) land is the Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo that attracts more than half a million visitors every year. Over 200 animals call this zoo their home and there are several exhibits on display. This natural oasis not only provides recreation and entertainment, but also education on the conservation of wildlife.
The Chase Stone Barn or the Daniel E. Krause Stone Barn is an integral part of the historic heritage of the Chase town. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, this stone barn was constructed by William Mensenkamp, and it is the only extant fieldstone barn across the Oconto County.
Expansive family entertainment center featuring laser tag, inflatables, an arcade gameroom, mini-bowling, go-karts, mini golf, and batting cages.