Green Bay, Wisconsin 

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Beyond Legendary

Green Bay, Wisconsin is known worldwide as the home of the iconic Green Bay Packers professional football team. And a trip to Green Bay would only be complete with a stop at legendary Lambeau Field. 

But Green Bay has much more to offer than football and tailgating. Ranked the third-best city to live in by US News and World Reports, Green Bay and the surrounding area is also a great place to visit. With a plethora of outdoor recreation opportunities, unique cuisine, craft beer, local wine, and plenty of Native American and European culture – you’ll uncover new adventures each day in the region. 

Situated on the Fox River and the Bay of Green Bay, the city is a mid-west haven. In the spring, fall and summer the city is bursting with activity. From farmer’s markets to festivals, to riverfront dining and outdoor recreation – the opportunities are endless. 

But we don’t hibernate in the winter. In fact, we thrive. Discover our winter wonderland both out in nature and in the city. Enjoy a wintery delight ice skating and tubing at Titletown park by Lambeau Field or dive into the great outdoors at our many snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or hiking trails. Really want to experience Northeast Wisconsin like a local – plan an ice fishing excursion on one of our many inland lakes.

No matter the season, Green Bay, Wisconsin is a can’t-miss stop on your Great Lakes itinerary.