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Winneconne Area Attractions

Winneconne Historical Society Museum
Located on the east end of Arthur Marble Park on Main Street is the local historical complex which includes the 1871 Winneconne Railroad Depot, the turn of the century “Little House”, 1889 one-room schoolhouse, the Kay Wilde Doll Cottage and the Steamboat House Museum. Open hours may be found on the society’s website. Tour groups are welcomed by calling 920-582-7643. Visit winneconnehistory.org.

Winneconne Public Library
 Located within the village’s municipal center, Winneconne’s own public library is brimming with activity on a daily basis. The library offers free access to books, videos, and music content in a variety of formats. In addition to popular materials, the library offers access to electronic databases through BadgerNet. There is a wide range of educational and entertaining programs for patrons of all ages. Internet computers and free wireless access are available to the public during regular library hours. To see a schedule of events for up-to-date information about library programs and services, please visit winneconnelibrary.org . Attempts will be made to accommodate people with disabilities upon request.

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Winneconne Area Parks

Arthur Marble Park 
 A 43.5 acre parcel on the west side of the village. It’s the home of a 4-acre man made beach, four ball fields, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and archery range, and toddler and youth playground equipment. Two shelters are available for private use. There is also a DOG PARK for our furry friends to play too! To learn more or rent these facilities: click here to check out the Village of Winneconne website.

Waterfront Park 
Located on South First Street across from the Winneconne Municipal Center. It fronts the beautiful Wolf River and boasts an amphitheater that is the home of Sovereign State Days summer concerts. For boaters, there are 21 public docking slips, and fishing tournaments run throughout the spring and summer months at this location. To learn more or rent these facilities: click here to check out the Village of Winneconne website.

 

Coughlin Park 
Coughlin Park is Winneconne’s newest park facility, nestled along the canal that leads to the Wolf River on Washington Street. Thanks to special funding, this unique setting offers two beautifully constructed wheelchair accessible piers, and a canoe and kayak launch that offers quick access to our wonderful local waterways. The specialized piers were funded locally by Winneconne Thrift & Gift, and by a matching grant from the Americans with Disabilities Act, with local land owners also sharing a corner of their property for the park to become a reality. There is also a handicap accessible porta-potty kept on-site. To learn more or rent these facilities: click here to check out the Village of Winneconne website.

Lake Winneconne Park 
A 28 acre waterfront park with a gazebo overlooking Lake Winneconne and the Wolf River. It’s a great spot for company picnics, family reunions, and wedding receptions. To learn more or rent these facilities: click here to check out the Village of Winneconne website.

Wolf Wilderness Trail, Town of Winneconne 
A pleasant, 1.5 mile route that takes walkers and bikers around the replacement wetlands created at the intersection of Highway 116 and GG. The trail may be accessed off of Kolb Road, where a parking area exists for trail users, or at the Park and Ride on County S. Wolf Wilderness Trail accesses the larger WIOUWASH Trail in Winnebago County.

Wiouwash (Tri-County) Recreational Trail 
This 21.8 mile trail runs from the city of Oshkosh to the northern Winnebago County line and is open to outdoor enthusiasts year-round. The base of crushed lime stone offers bicyclists, hikers, joggers and horseback riders a great experience, and in the winter months gives snowmobilers a wonderful glimpse of nature as the trail winds through
marshes, farm fields and prairies, and borders beautiful Lake Butte des Morts. You may access the trail at County Y and County Road S south of Butte des Morts, at Highway 116 and County S east of Winneconne, or Highway G in Allenville.

The Friendship Trail, Town of Clayton 
The Friendship Trail runs east and west through the town of Clayton, parallel to U.S. Highway 10. The Friendship Trail also connects with the WIOUWASH Trail, and helps connect other Fox Valley trails, including the Little Lake Butte des Morts Trestle Bridge.

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