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Here is a riddle for you:

What is sweet and sticky in spring, cool and muddy in summer, full of pumpkins in fall and rubber tubes in winter? That's right--Calumet County, Wisconsin!

Whether getting down and dirty in our caves or angling on Lake Winnebago, we invite you to explore the variety of unique activities and attractions Calumet County offers. There is no other place in Northeast Wisconsin that offers freshly tapped and boiled maple syrup; hundreds of acres of cool waters for fishing; an underground cave system; corn mazes to get lost in; pumpkin hikes, pumpkin walks, pumpkin bowling; thousands of acres for prairie hikes, bird watching, or hunting; and hundreds of screaming children on rubber tubes zipping down a snowy hill in winter. This is what Calumet County calls adventure.

Not exciting enough for you? Rock climb the Escarpment; sleep next to an effigy mound; mountain bike our steep roads; or swim, run, and bike the High Cliff Triathlon.

Not unique enough for you? Come bring your gear and find out why Stockbridge is the Sturgeon Capital of the World; taste why Chilton is host to the Wisconsin Micro-Brewers Beerfest; and nibble your way through a Cheese Derby; or proudly compete in a Cheesehead Run.

Regardless of your preference for adventure, we anticipate you'll enjoy your experience in Calumet County. Please take a moment when you get back home to share your stories and photos with us!

Accessible Adventures
Calumet Cares: Accessible Adventures
Calumet Cares: Accessible Adventures

Calumet County is the only community known to advertise its amenities to visitors with disabilities. To view an online version of the Calumet Cares: Accessible Adventures visitor guide, click here. You can also order a print version of the guide through the Contact Us page of this website.

Brillion State Wildlife Area Parking Map
Killsnake State Wildlife Area Parking Map
UTV Trail Map
DNR Power Driven Mobility Devices (PDMD) on Wisconsin Trails Brochure
Power-Driven Mobility Device (PDMD) Application


Agri-Tourism
Evergreen Valley Fish Farm
W1551 County Road E, Chilton
(920) 849-4488    Map

Reel in a fish with the family at Evergreen Valley Fish Farm. By appointment only.

This attraction is an Accessible Adventure.


Heritage Orchard
Heritage Orchard
N2963 Lake Shore Drive, Chilton
(920) 849-2158    Website | Map

Pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, or, visit the Farm Market for fresh-picked apples, squash, jams, jellies, syrups, mustards, caramel apples, spices, frozen cherries, popcorn, sweet cider, hickory nuts, honey and much more. Lookout Loft features a panoramic view of Lake Winnebago and includes crafts and collectables. Picnic at Hawthorne Hollow. Fire pit and tables available. Open 7 days a week from late summer through fall. Hours 9 to 5 daily.


Meuer Farm
Meuer Farm
N2564 Highway 151, Chilton
(920) 418-2676    Website | Map

There is something at this working farm for everyone! March starts out with the farm making maple syrup. The maple syrup season goes for about a month, and the public is welcome to stop out anytime for a taste and to watch. Once maple syrup season ends, work begins to ready the 5 acres of strawberries for picking in June and July. Work starts by uncovering the berry plants from their straw covered bed, and soon after our honey bees are put out in different locations here on the farm. Pick-Your-Own and pre-picked strawberries are ready in June and early July. July and August is fresh pre-picked Wisconsin Blueberries, and then its fresh bi-color sweet corn. August is new crop honey being harvested here, and then it's our large corn maze along with hayrides, farm animals, the activity area, and pumpkin picking for Sept. and Oct.

We are handicap accessible here at the farm, even our hayrides are! Fieldtrips, tours and outings for companies and groups are available anytime. The fact that we are an active, operating farm means visitors get to see planting, harvesting, cows calving, and all other aspects of farm life that are going on here on the farm all during the year.

To learn about farming, food and conservation, while having fun doing it, plan your trip to the Meuer Farm today!

This attraction is an Accessible Adventure.


Mulberry Lane Farm
Mulberry Lane Farm
W3190 County Road B, Hilbert
(920) 989-3130    Website | Map

Visit Mulberry Lane Farm in Spring, Summer and Fall! Mulberry Lane Farm offers an ideal country learning environment where people of all ages can interact with farm animals. For the price of admission, you will have a hands-on guided tour with information about pigs, cows, goats, sheep, chickens, turkeys, donkeys and more. A chance for everyone to milk a cow, pony rides and tractor drawn hayride. Each person is encouraged to have first hand experience by touching all of our animals during this very interactive tour. MLF is fun for all ages!

In spring we have baby farm animals including kids, lambs, bunnies, chicks, calves etc. Enjoy the cool breezes the country affords you during our summer season. In fall, everyone visits the Pumpkin Patch to pick their own free pumpkin. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the massive haymow or in our outdoor picnic area. Food, beverages and souvenirs are also available for purchase.

Visit the website or call for seasonal operating dates, times and admission fees. Located in St. John on County Highway B.

This attraction is an Accessible Adventure.


On-Farm Dining
On-Farm Dining

GrassWay Organics Farm Store
On Farm Pizza Nights every Friday, 5-8pm, May through October. Choose from 4 different styles that are permanently on the menu plus 2 unique styles each month. The pizzas are prepared in the wood fired oven of the farm's food truck.

Meuer Farm's Farm Flavor Dinner Series
Join us for a showcase of fresh produce from our farm and the surrounding area incorporated into a 3+ course elegant meal, catered by local area chefs/restaurants. Each evening includes a cash bar, dinner and farm activity. Dinners are being presented at Meuer Farm in their main activity building. Tickets for the Farm Flavors Dinner Series are available at Meuer Farm. $60/person. Events start at 5:00pm. Seating is limited. For more info, click here.

Village Hearthstone Dinner on the Farm - July 6, 2017 at 6pm
Join the Village Hearthstone at Sunrise Valley Organics Farm (W4861 Moore Rd, Hilbert) for a dinner made with ingredients right from the source. Call the Village Hearthstone at 920-853-3013 for tickets.


Polly's Pumpkin Patch
Polly's Pumpkin Patch
N4367 Highway 57, Chilton
920-849-4819    Website | Map

Polly’s Pumpkin Patch invites you and your family to a day on the farm this fall. Challenge each other in our 15-acre Corn Maze that features two different games. Find all the checkpoints and punch your card, or in the second game, follow Dotties adventures and answer questions to find the next checkpoint. The paths in our maze are easy to walk on, pull a wagon or push a stroller. Visit our “Snack Shack” INSIDE the maze for refreshments! After a walk in the maze, you might be tired, so take a wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch and pick your own pumpkin. Visit our Barnyard Friends and play in our free Family Fun Center while you’re here. Try your luck with Pumpkin Bowling, Duck Races, Hillbilly Downs, Rope Maze or the Mini Monster Maze! You can shoot Corn Cannons for a small charge. Try to get the corn cob in a barrel to win $50! We also have pumpkins, corn stalks, straw bales and Indian corn for all your fall decorating! Stop in our shop for a wide variety of treats, bulk foods, caramel apples, canned foods such as salsa and pickles, jerky, snack sticks, smoked salmon and trout, cold drinks and more! If you’re still hungry, we serve hot sandwiches and pizza on Saturday and Sunday. And don’t forget our Apple Pies! Helicopter Rides certain weekends. Group rates available for large groups. Bring the Scouts, 4-H, kids clubs, Red Hat, Church Groups. Sorry no alcohol allowed. We can do Team Building events also. To schedule a group outing, call Gary at 920-849-4819 or use the Contact Us page on our website www.pollyspumpkinpatch.com. We look forward to seeing you this fall for some good old fashioned fun!


Aquatics
New Holstein Aquatic Center
1718 Madison Street, New Holstein
(920) 898-1373    Website | Map

A zero-depth/beach-entry design aquatic center that features: runout slides, floor fountain jet play areas, interactive play features, a child’s slide, a diving board, a drop slide, a whirl cove, two lap lanes and a sand play area.

The bathhouse includes men’s and women’s restroom/changing areas, a handicap restroom/family changing room, a concession room, a rentable party/meeting room and storage areas.


Wanick Choute Park Splash Pad
W4690 Castle Drive, Sherwood
(920) 989-1589    Website | Map

This state-of-the-art splash pad is open to the public and FREE. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day.


Biking
Calumet County Park Bike Trails
N6150 County Road EE, Hilbert
(920) 849-1494    Map

5 miles of mountain bike trails through the woods and on the Niagara Escarpment. Call the Parks Activity Line for updates on the trails (920) 849-1494. To download and view a map of the park's trails, click here.


Fox River State Trail
N9099 Holmes Road, Brillion
(920) 439-1008    Map

A multiple use trail that runs east of Highway 32/57 from Green Bay to Ott Road, north of Hilbert, for approximately 26 miles. The Calumet County portion of the trail is a 5-mile, limestone section. Permitted uses include walking, biking and horseback riding. Trail parking is located at N9099 Holmes Road outside of Forest Junction.


Friendship State Trail
Between Forest Junction and Brillion
(920) 439-1008    

A 4-mile, multiple use, limestone trail that runs east-west along Highway 10 between Forest Junction and Brillion. In Forest Junction, the trail connects to the Fox River State Trail. Permitted trail uses include walking, biking and horseback riding. There is no dedicated parking area for this trail. It is recommended that users park at the Fox River State Trail parking area located at N9990 Holmes Road near Forest Junction. The distance from the parking lot to the Friendship State Trail is approximately 1 mile to the south.


High Cliff State Park Trails
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

8.5 miles of trails within the park, running through the woods and on the Niagara Escarpment. Cost for park entrance is as follows: daily WI resident stickers are $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00 and senior citizen stickers (65+) are $10.00. Non-residents pay $10.00 for a daily sticker and $35.00 for an annual sticker. For more information about the park, visit their website.


Solomon Trail
Between New Holstein and Kiel
(920) 898-5766    

A 2.25 mile trail that connects the cities of New Holstein and Kiel. Located near the highway right of way of State Highway 32/57. This multiple use, paved trail connects to the Sheboygan River Walkway in Kiel. Benches and rest stations can be found along the way.


Birding
Brillion Nature Center
W1135 Deerview Road, Brillion
(920) 756-3591    Website | Map

The Brillion Nature Center, located within the Brillion State Wildlife Area, features a large marsh, pond, and trails for viewing wildlife. It’s a great place to watch ducks, Sandhill Cranes, herons and nesting Osprey. Aquatic insects and frogs can be found in Jason’s Pond. Wisconsin fish, reptiles, and amphibians can be viewed inside the nature center. There’s a boardwalk trail to a viewing platform. Trails also lead to a marsh overlook. Watch for mink and muskrats in and along the pond edges. The 25-year old prairie restoration here draws a mix of grassland birds and butterflies. Special events and programs are held throughout the year and are listed on the center’s website

Signature Species: Osprey, Yellow-headed Blackbird, Sedge Wren, Bluebird, Scarlet Tanager and Indigo Bunting

Rare Species: Least Bittern, American Egret, Prothonotary Warbler, Yellow-billed and Black-billed Cuckoos and Northern Shrike


Brillion State Wildlife Area
Brillion
(920) 755-4983    Website

This 4,800-acre property offers 6.5 miles of trails for hiking and birding. There are many species of birds on the marsh, but of particular interest is the county’s largest population of Sandhill Cranes. A boardwalk trail leads to a large viewing platform that extends out into the marsh. From here you can view the cranes as well as nesting Osprey. Black Terns fly over the marshes and Long-billed Marsh Wrens call from the cattails. Listen for the melodious screech of Yellow-headed Blackbirds as they call from watery perches in the marshes. Both the North Branch of the Manitowoc River and Spring Creek flow through the property. For parking and site information, please visit the wildlife area website.

Signature Species: Osprey, Sandhill Crane, Yellow-headed Blackbird, Long-billed Marsh Wren, Warblers, Woodcock and Sora Rail

Rare Species: Peregrine Falcon, Upland Sandpiper, Henslow’s Sparrow, Short-eared Owls and Northern Goshawk


Calumet County Park
N6150 County Road EE, Hilbert
(920) 439-1008    Map

This 200-acre county park is located due south of High Cliff State Park on the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago. It offers 71 campsites, a marina and boat launch, a concession building, five miles of hiking/mountain biking trails, and historic Indian effigy mounds. It boasts the best warbler viewing in the county including Connecticut, Prairie and Black-throated Blues. Look for small shorebirds feeding along the beaches in spring and fall as well as many species of ducks just off shore. American White Pelicans nest on this lake and are interesting to see as they fly in graceful formations overhead.

Signature Species: Tennessee Warbler, Scarlet Tanager, Warbling Vireo, Northern Oriole and Purple Martin

Rare Species: Winter Wren, Osprey and Pileated Woodpecker


High Cliff State Park & High Cliff Escarpment Natural Area
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

This state park is the only state-owned recreational area on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest inland lake. The park offers a marina, historic site, 112 campsites and a group campground, 8.5 miles of walking trails, and an accessible cabin and trail designed for people with disabilities. Lake Winnebago draws in large rafts of waterfowl during migrations in the spring and fall. The State Natural Area features both shaded and exposed cliff habitats along the Niagara Escarpment, talus slopes supporting wet-mesic forest, more than a mile of Lake Winnebago shoreline, and outstanding examples of conical and effigy mounds in the level woodland about the escarpment. Vehicle admission stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00. Admission passes are available at the park entrance.

Signature Species: Tundra Swan, Turkey Vulture, Purple Martin, American Bald Eagle, American White Pelican, Bluebird, Northern Parula Warbler, Redbreasted Nuthatch, Black-capped Chickadee, Osprey, Eastern Meadowlark, Bobolink, and Owls (Sawhet, Barred, Screech and Great Horned)

Rare Species: Snow Bunting, Winter Wren, Orchard Oriole, Dickcissel, Upland Sandpiper, Yellow-breasted Chat, Loons (spring) and Northern Shrike


Kiel Marsh State Wildlife Area
Kiel
(920) 892-8756    Website

Kiel Marsh Wildlife Area is an 843 acre property located just south of the city of Kiel in east-central Wisconsin. The property lies at the junction of Sheboygan, Calumet and Manitowoc counties. Since there are no roads bordering it, the main public access to the marsh is on the north end of the property using the boat access and parking area located at the south end of 8th Street in the city of Kiel. A smaller and less developed boat access and parking area is on the southwest side of the property at the north end of Highview Road (about three miles north of Elkhart Lake). These boat accesses provide users the means to get onto the Sheboygan River by boat, canoe, skiff or kayak.

The Sheboygan River meanders lazily for three miles through the entire length of the property. An extensive shallow water marsh of cattail and other emergent aquatic plants parallels the main river channel on both sides. Lowland brush intermixed with sparse stands of northern white cedar and hardwoods can be found in the adjoining lowland.

Chances to see: black-crowned night heron, least bittern and black tern throughout the emergent marsh areas. Yellow-billed cuckoo, willow flycatcher, veery and Black-billed cuckoo are present during the breeding season in the shrub-carr and lowland forest areas.


Killsnake State Wildlife Area
Chilton
(920) 755-4983    Website

At approximately 7,000-acres in size, the Killsnake State Wildlife Area is a favorite place for wildlife viewers because of the rivers, marshes, brushy areas and sizeable cedar swamp that harbor a diverse avian population. The property extends east into Manitowoc County. Its water resources include the Manitowoc, Killsnake and Cedar Rivers. There are prairie restorations and old grassy fields that attract many grassland birds as well as interesting mammals, like badgers. During the spring waterfowl migrations, the flooded fields fill with Tundra Swans and ducks of many types, including Pintails, Widgeon, Shovelers, Scaup, Ringneck, Blue and Green Teal. In the fall and winter, look for Short-eared Owls hunting over the meadows. In winter, look for Roughlegged Hawks while Snow Buntings, Horned Larks and Lapland Longspurs flock along roadsides and in fields. For parking and site information, visit the wildlife area website.

Signature Species: Sedge Wren, Northern Harrier, Grasshopper Sparrow, Bobolink, American Bald Eagle and Sora Rail

Rare Species: Upland Sandpiper, Wilson’s Phalarope, Dickcissel and Northern Shrike


Ledge View Nature Center
W2348 Short Road, Chilton
(920) 849-7094    Map

This 104-acre county park is home to the Ledge View Nature Center. The park has a 60-foot observation tower, an abandoned Niagara dolostone quarry, three natural caves, an arboretum and 2.5 miles of hiking trails. There is an exhibit building with live animals and museum quality interactive educational exhibits on the Niagara Escarpment, bats, lake sturgeon and birds. Hike on your own or join one of the naturalists for a bird hike. Explore the caves with a guide or climb the observation tower to get a bird’s-eye view of the area. The escarpment is so named because it runs west from Niagara Falls, disappears under Lake Erie, reappears in Door County and runs south through eastern Wisconsin.

Signature Species: Red-bellied Woodpecker, Eastern Wood Pewee, Indigo Bunting, Scarlet Tanager, Field Sparrow and Eastern Bluebird

Rare Species: Pileated Woodpecker, Henslow’s Sparrow and Grasshopper Sparrow


Bridges Of Calumet County
Charlesburg Road
Charlesburg Road

Built in 1930. A 22’ wide bridge over Pine Creek. 0.2 miles west of the junction with CTH T.


Grand Street
Grand Street

City of Chilton. Built in 1927. A 30’ wide bridge over the south branch of the Manitowoc River. 0.2 miles east of the junction with STH 57.


Hayton Road
Hayton Road

Built in 1900. A 27’ wide bridge over Pine Creek. 0.1 miles south of the junction with CTH T.


Irish Road
Irish Road

Built in 1920. A 17’ wide bridge over the north branch of the Manitowoc River. Located 0.8 miles south of the intersection of Irish Road and STH 57.


Killsnake Road
Killsnake Road

Built in 1925. A 27’ wide bridge over the Killsnake River. 2.7 miles west of the junction with STH 57.


Lemke Road
Lemke Road

Built in 1918. A 19’ wide bridge over the Killsnake River. 2 miles north of the junction with USH 151.


Man-Cal Road
Man-Cal Road

Built in 1922. A 24’ wide bridge over a tributary to the East River. Located 1.2 miles east of the junction with STH 57.


Mud Creek Road
Mud Creek Road

Built in 1930. A 19’ wide bridge over Mud Creek. 0.7 miles west of the junction with STH 55.


Weeks Road
Weeks Road

Built in 1900. An 18’ wide bridge over the south branch of the Manitowoc River. 0.1 mile north of the junction with USH 151.


Cave Exploration
Bat Cave Sink
W2348 Short Road, Chilton
(920) 849-7094    Website | Map

Bat Cave Sink is a walk-in cave and is accessed by stairs and then a walk-in door. People tend to love starting their cave exploration here in that it is less intimidating than some of the other caves (and because the guide has very entertaining stories about the cave!). Like the other caves, this cave began as a sink hole. Many tons of mud and loose rock poured through the cave with glacial meltwaters. Over a period of years volunteers excavated the debris and found the cave.

In this Niagara Dolomite cave you will find stalactites and cave drapery, among other formations. This cave is, as its name indicates, used by bats for winter hibernation. Also found in this "live" cave are cave spiders and cave crickets.


Carolyn's Caverns
W2348 Short Road, Chilton
(920) 849-7094    Map

Carolyn's Caverns is the favorite of many with its large "Dave's Sink". This ever evolving cave system is accessed through a metal door and down a ladder, involves many passageways, and leads to a large room known as "Dave's Sink" (formally a sinkhole).

Prior to 1986 the whole cave system known as "Carolyn's Caverns" was also just a sinkhole. However, in that year members of the Wisconsin Speleological Society, including Carolyn Schleis, for whom the cave was named, dug through a sinkhole and broke into the cave. Much of the first and second rooms were plugged up with rocks and mud, until members of the Wisconsin Conservation Corps dug them out. Even today the caves continue to be dug out and expanded by volunteers.

The depth of the cave is over 35 feet, with an overall passageway in excess of 300 feet. Cave formations include a cave coral, cave drapery, stalactites, drip cups, columns, and flowstone. Like Montgomery Cave, Carolyn's Caverns are formed out of Niagara Dolomite.


Montgomery Cave
W2348 Short Road, Chilton
(920) 849-7094    Map

Montgomery Cave has been visited since the 1860's. This popular cave has a vertical depth of about 30 feet and a total linear passageway over 225 feet. The cave has at least three rooms. Unique features in the rooms include circular chimneys, calcite crystal fromations, and many side passageways. The cave temperature is approximately 46 degrees. Wildlife in the cave is scarce, excepting a few cave crickets, and in winter months, a small colony of hibernating little brown bats. It is believed this cave had its origins before the last glacial melting, about 10,000 years ago. The cave is a "solution" cave and was formed in a limestone named Niagara Dolomite.


Mother's Cave
W2348 Short Road, Chilton
(920) 849-7094    Map

Mother's Cave is for the most adventurous spelunker! It involves plenty of belly crawling fun passageways. The passageways span a linear distance over 300 feet. The first part of the cave involves climbing down a seven foot vertical drop in the limestone and then lying down and crawling through a passageway known as "The Squeeze", a narrow tunnel. The ceiling height of the first room is only two and a half feet!

An ascending 20 foot channel leads to a second room, which is approximately 45 feet long and 20 feet wide, with a whopping three foot ceiling height. Cave features include a large stalactite, beautiful flowstone, domepit, and fossils.

The cave was discovered on Mother's Day 1986 by Wisconsin Speleogical Society member, Norb Kox.


Disc Golf Courses
Chilton Elementary School Disc Golf Course
421 Court Street, Chilton
(920) 849-9388    Map

9 hole disc golf course located at the Chilton Elementary School.


Freitag Memorial Park Disc Golf Course
Church Street behind Outer Limits Youth Outreach, Forest Junction
(920) 989-1686    Website | Map

Visit Forest Junction's 18 hole disc golf course. Open all year. There is a shelter, picnic tables, woods and playground equipment.


Horn Park Disc Golf Course
200 N. Parkway Drive, Brillion
(920) 756-3216    Map

9 hole course that offers challenging holes for both beginners and experienced players. Open every day from 8am to dusk.


Kiwanis Park Disc Golf Course
1514 Parkview Drive, New Holstein
(920) 898-5766    Map

9 hole disc golf course located in beautiful Kiwanis Park.


Entertainment
Bowlwinkles
106 S. Main Street, Brillion
(920) 756-2790    Map

Bowling


Calumet County Community Theater
530 W. Main Street, Chilton
(920) 849-2880    Website | Map

This community theater's performances are held at the Engler Center for the Performing Arts at the Chilton High School. Email the box office for tickets or with questions boxoffice@englercenter.com.


Chilton Cinema
26 N. Madison Street, Chilton
(920) 849-9565    Website | Map

Calumet County’s nostalgic cinema. Bargain cinema playing recently released movies.


Chilton Twilight Outdoor
1255 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
(920) 849-9565    Website | Map

Enjoy a double feature of first run movies at budget prices under the stars.


Crystal Ballroom
W3307 County Road B, Hilbert
(920) 989-8252    Website | Map

Every Friday evening the historic, elegant, Crystal Ballroom is open to the public for dancing socials. Dance includes swing, waltz, fox trot, tango, cha cha, rumba & more. Social is from 8-11pm. Cost: $8. The first Sunday of the month features a Ballroom Dance with swing, waltz, foxtrot, tango, cha cha, rumba and more from 2-5pm. Cost: $10. There are always special events occurring at the ballroom. To receive a monthly notice of events occurring at the ballroom, e-mail wedball@aol.com.


Endries Performing Arts Center
W1101 County Road HR, Brillion
(920) 756-9238    Website | Map

600 seat performing arts center located in the Brillion High School.


Engler Center for the Performing Arts
530 W. Main Street, Chilton
(920) 849-2880    Website | Map

735 seat performing arts center located at the Chilton High School.


Official's Den Bowl & Spirits
408 N. 8th Street, Hilbert
(920) 853-7131    Website | Map

Bowling


Pla-Mor Lanes
300 E. Main Street, Chilton
(920) 849-2131    Website | Map

Bowling


Strike Zone
2106 Wisconsin Avenue, New Holstein
(920) 827-2202    Map

Bowling


Farmers Markets
Brillion Farmers Market
205 N. Main Street, Brillion    Map

Every Thursday from 3:00-8:00pm and every Saturday from 8:00am-12:30pm, mid-June to mid-October, in the City Square.


Chilton Farmers Market
1041 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton    Map

Every Friday from 11am-4pm, mid-June to mid-October, at the Chilton Eagles Club.


Kiel Farmers Market
417 Paine Street, Kiel    Map

Every Wednesday from 11:30am-3:30pm, mid-June to mid-October, at Kiel City Park.


Stockbridge Farmers Market
101 S. Military Road, Stockbridge    Map

Every Saturday from 7am-12pm, mid-June to mid-October, in the parking lot on the north side of the Stockbridge Post Office (Hwy 55).


Fishing
Evergreen Valley Fish Farm
W1551 County Road E, Chilton
(920) 849-4488    Map

Reel in a fish with the family at Evergreen Valley Fish Farm. By appointment only.

This attraction is an Accessible Adventure.


Golf Courses
Braun's Deer Run Golf Course and Restaurant
912 Fairway Drive, Brillion
(920) 875-0544    Website | Map

9 holes, 35 par. Public course open April through November, reservations accepted. Carts and rental clubs available.


Hickory Hills Country Club
W3095 Hickory Hills Road, Chilton
(920) 849-2912    Website | Map

18 holes, par 71. Public course open April through November, reservations accepted. Driving range, carts, and rental clubs available. Nice lounge and restaurant.


High Cliff Public Golf Course
W5055 Golf Course Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1045    Website | Map

18 holes, par 71 (middle tee), par 70 (forward tee). Public course open April through November, reservations accepted. Driving range, carts, rental clubs, fantastic pro shop on-site. Supper club next door. Adjacent to the beautiful High Cliff State Park.


North Shore Golf Club
N8421 North Shore Road, Menasha
(920) 739-2386    Website | Map

18 holes, par 70. Private course open April through November. Driving range, carts, rental clubs, and pro shop. Located between Sherwood and Menasha.


Sherwood Forest Golf Club
N580 Robinhood Drive, Sherwood
(920) 989-3400    Website | Map

9 holes, par 35. Public course open April through November, reservations accepted. Carts, rental clubs, and pro shop on-site. Hacker's Pub & Grill featuring ice cold drinks, mouth watering sandwiches and homemade pizza in a friendly atmosphere.


Ice Skating
Braun's Deer Run Golf Course & Restaurant
912 Fairway Drive, Brillion
(920) 875-0544    Map

Open all winter long for various activities (cross country skiing, snowshowing, sledding and ice skating).


Morrissey Park
509 School Court, Chilton    Map


Railroad Park
Corner of W. Main and 5th Streets, Hilbert    Map


Wanick Choute Park
W4690 Castle Drive, Sherwood
(920) 989-1589    Website | Map

Sledding hill with timed lighting for night-time sledding until 10pm and an ice rink (weather permitting).


Libraries
Appleton Public Library
225 N. Oneida Street, Appleton
(920) 832-6173    Website | Map


Brillion Public Library
326 N. Main Street, Brillion
(920) 756-3215    Website | Map


Chilton Public Library
221 Park Street, Chilton
(920) 849-4414    Website | Map


Kiel Public Library
511 Third Street, Kiel
(920) 894-7122    Website | Map


Menasha Public Library
440 First Street, Menasha
(920) 967-3660    Website | Map


New Holstein Public Library
2115 Washington Street, New Holstein
(920) 898-5165    Website | Map


Mini Golf
The Chubby Seagull Mini Golf
N7721B State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-4855    Website | Map

19 holes. Open daily in summer from 11am to 9pm. Food and ice cream available. Located near High Cliff State Park.


Motor Sports
Chilton Speedway
200 W. Chestnut Street, Chilton    Website | Map

Chilton Speedway is located at the Calumet County Fairgrounds. Racing held throughout summer. Visit the Chilton Speedway website for more information.


Farm Country ATV Park
Hacker Road, Brillion
(920) 756-2250    Map

A 37-acre park with trails that is open to ATVs and UTVs. Noise restrictions will be strictly enforced. Open May - November (weather dependent) 9am-6pm. Permit required.


Gravity Park USA
W2571 Hickory Hills Road, Chilton
(920) 849-RACE    Website | Map

Gravity Park USA explodes as one of the Midwest's most premiere extreme race facilities! Boasting a world class ATV and motocross track, Gravity Park USA competes with the biggest and baddest in the racing industry. Come along for the ride or head up to our viewing loft and lounge area for a bird's eye view of the action. Complete with Friday night fish fry, bar, full menu food service, and unbeatable customer service, Gravity Park USA will exceed every expectation! Racers love our reserved parking spaces, shower facilities, camper parking, and the chance to kick back and relax with their fans after the race.


Innovative Hobbies & Raceway
N1326 County Road J, New Holstein
(920) 286-1712    Website | Map

An r/c track and hobby store that offers the following:

Indoor & Outdoor Driving (Just for Fun)
Seasonal Series Racing (2014 Indoor & Outdoor)
Fully Stocked Hobby Store (R/C Focused)
R/C Car Rentals
Spacious Pit Tables
Membership Discounts
2 Large Screen TV's (so you don't miss any big games)
Video Games & Vending Machines (plus other munchies)
Family Friendly Atmosphere


Museums & Markers
Ariens Museum
202 Calumet Street, Brillion
(920) 756-2141    Website | Map

The museum is housed at the Ariens original manufacturing facility in Brillion. It features eight decades of power equipment including two-wheel tractors, snow blowers, lawnmowers, riding lawnmowers, tractors, and commercial mowers and tillers. Some highlights are the 30-inch, 14-horsepower agricultural tiller that founder Henry Ariens produced in his garage in 1933, parachests commissioned by the military for use in the invasion of Italy in WWII, two Ariens® snowmobiles manufactured in the 1970s, and drawing tools, tool chests and drawings from the company founders. Open by appointment only, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.


Brillion Historical Museum and History House
110 N. Francis Street, Brillion
(920) 756-2373    Website | Map

Museum exhibits include farm machinery, an old fire truck, arrowheads & artifacts, woodworking tools, blacksmith tools and much more! The museum is located behind the History House or "Green Hotel", Brillion's first hotel, built in 1872. No admission, donations appreciated. Operated by the Brillion Historical Society. Open houses are held in February, June, August, September and November. Group tours are available by appointment. Located on N. Francis Street in Brillion. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact Jane Fuhrmann at omafuhrmann@yahoo.com.


Brothertown Memorial

A monument and wayside at the intersection of Hwys 151 and 55 pay tribute to the first Indians to become United States citizens -- the Brothertowns. Located north of the small Town of Brothertown you’ll find a bit of history and a beautiful resting spot with a panoramic view of Lake Winnebago.


Calumet County Historical Society Museum
N3327 Irish Road, Chilton
(920) 849-4042    Website | Map

Antique machinery, old cars and trucks, and much more. Operated by the Calumet County Historical Society. Open to the public on Sundays from 1-4pm, June through September, or by appointment. For an appointment phone (920) 849-4042 or email calumetcohistoricalsoc@yahoo.com. Located south of Chilton on the corner of Irish Road and Hwy 32/57.


Calumet County Park Historical Features
N6150 County Road EE, Hilbert
(920) 439-1008    Map

Located along the east shore of Lake Winnebago near the county’s fishing villages, Calumet County Park contains historic Indian effigy mounds, and, once was the sight of a brickyard built shortly after the Civil War. The mounds were built by a branch of prehistoric Woodland Indians who lived in the region from 500 B.C to 1000 A.D. For more information on the mounds and other features, contact park staff.

For more information on the park itself, see the "About Calumet County Parks" section in the "County Parks” drop down menu of this website.


Chief Red Bird
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

In the 1820’s white settlements were quickly growing in Green Bay and Prairie du Chein. As development occurred, the Winnebago Indians saw their hunting grounds disappearing and their villages destroyed. Close to Prairie du Chein was a friendly Indian village known as Wanick Choute, home of the Red Bird. In 1827 Red Bird received word that members of an ally tribe were murdered by whites at a fort. The village believed the story and demanded vengeance. Red Bird was sent to “take meat” and retaliate. Not wanting to appear a coward, Red Bird decided he would travel the area and proclaim he could find no meat. He did, only to be taunted and named a coward. Red Bird then returned, with others from his village, and attacked the home of a friendly white man he often had visited. The attack resulted in the scalping of three whites and Red bird fulfilling his duty of revenge. Knowing the whites would likewise retaliate; Red Bird decided to prevent further bloodshed and voluntarily surrendered. He was placed in prison where he refused to eat and eventually died almost six months later. The Red Bird monument can be seen looking over Lake Winnebago on the upper ledge of High Cliff State Park.

Park stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00.


Clifton
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

Clifton was the name of the area now known as “High Cliff”. Clifton used to be a bustling village with hundreds of folks, most of who worked in the limestone industry. The cliff faces we see today were manipulated by many years ago for the production of limestone. Men would drill holes in the top of the escarpment (the rock ledge), and then blast dynamite in the holes. The dynamite would force the rock to split and crumble. The crumbled rock was then beat with pick axes by men. This tedious task took all day to get the rock into pieces of stone fit to be hauled by rail cars to the limestone kilns which existed (some remnants remain on-site today). Before the use of rail car, horses hauled the limestone to the kilns by carts to the lakeshore some 225 feet below the ledge.

Once processed in the kilns, men used wheel barrows to haul the lime powder to a local Clifton shop where it was then bagged or barreled and shipped across Lake Winnebago. Many came to work the lime stone plant which led to an expanding village with a general store (still present), company office, and post office. The mining operation lasted about 100 years. As available limestone diminished, people moved to the cities for work, and the once busy village began to disappear.

It is hard to believe that in addition to a bustling town, the area loved by today’s park enthusiasts was also loved by loads of people in the 1800’s riding an excursion boat, the “Valley Queen”. People would arrive in droves for picnics and dancing. In the 1920’s the area expanded even more with the addition of an amusement park.

The old general store now serves as a museum recounting the many memories made in Clifton. “Clifton” (High Cliff State Park) is located at N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood.

Park stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00.


Fishing Villages

Old fishing villages dot the state highways which follow the east shore of Lake Winnebago. Travel through Calumetville, Brothertown, Quinney, and Stockbridge and observe much of the old architecture still in tact. The villages are still very popular amongst fishermen and boating enthusiasts. Follow Hwy 151 or Hwy 55 north or south to travel through the villages.


Haese Memorial Village

This historic village is designated a Historic District and is located in Forest Junction at the corner of Milwaukee Street and Randolph Street. The Village was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.


High Cliff Effigy Mounds
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

Just north of the campground in High Cliff State Park one can view effigy mounds built by nomadic woodland tribes between 1000 A.D. and 1500 A.D. When following the Indian Mound Trail through the woods, the first mound you encounter is a panther mound 285 feet long. The Park has 3 more panther mounds, 2 conical mounds, one lineal mound, and, along a smaller trail, two buffalo mounds. It is believed the shape of the mound signified the status of the family. For example, the buffalo shape is thought to signify the family of a chief. Effigy mounds have always been a mystery. Some mounds were used for funeral purposes which have been found to hold any where from one to many bodies. Others have been found to be empty. Regardless, all mounds were sacred to the tribes that built them and should be treated with respect. None of the mounds at High Cliff have been found to hold remains. A number of mounds elsewhere in Calumet County (Quinney and Brothertown) have been identified and hold human remains.

Additional mounds can be viewed at Calumet County Park, N6150 Cty Hwy EE, Stockbridge. Phone: (920) 439-1008. Park stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00.


High Cliff Museum
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

Located in the Old General Store is the High Cliff Museum and Nature Center. The museum has the history of the park, limestone industry, and the history of Clifton--the city that once thrived where the park now exists. Located in High Cliff State Park. Open weekends only with seasonal hours too.

Park stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00.


High Cliff State Park Historical Features
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

A limestone quarry and kiln operated at the present site of High Cliff State Park. The lime extracted in the kiln was sent throughout the Midwest for use in plaster, cement, and as a soil additive. Limestone was used for brick mortar and gravel. The lime kilns and other structures are still standing along the Lake Winnebago shoreline. In its heyday, the lime industry supported a small "company town" consisting of 16 houses for workers, a general store, post office, telegraph office, company office, and a tavern. The General Store remains intact and is used today as a museum and refreshment stand. Siouan Indian effigy mounds from 1000-1500 years ago remind visitors of the earlier history of what is now the park. There are four panther-shaped mounds, two buffalo-shaped mounds, conical mounds, and a linear mound. Out of respect and proper care for the mounds, please ask park staff for assistance when traversing the site.

Park stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00.


Lakeside Cemetery

This cemetery contains the remains of over 230 Stockbridge residents from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. It is located south of Stockbridge on Lakeshore Drive, between Mud Creek Road and Artesian Road. Perhaps the most prominent feature in the cemetery is a huge cottonwood tree. According to the DNR’s Wisconsin Champion Tree list, this cottonwood is the 7th largest tree in Wisconsin!


Pioneer Corner Museum
Pioneer Corner Museum
2103 Main Street, New Holstein
(920) 898-5746    Website | Map

Vintage displays, antique artifacts, a diorama of old New Holstein, New Holstein Civil War soldiers exhibit, streets of New Holstein vignettes, the Fenn Button Collection, Turnverein and Schutzenverein memorabilia and much more. Open Saturdays and Sundays, May through October, from 1-4pm or by appointment. For an appointment, contact the New Holstein Historical Society at (920) 948-7748.

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Portland Historic Site
County Road E, Between Stockbridge and Chilton
(920) 853-3856    Map

Once a thriving community of New England Indians and folks from New York and portions of Vermont, all that remains is a restored church and cemetery. The Portland Cemetery holds the graves of many Civil War soldiers (45) and soldiers (3) from the War of 1812. There is also a church at the site, which was built by settlers who arrived in the 1830’s. An old fashioned Thanksgiving church service is held at the church the Sunday before Thanksgiving. The service is lit by lamps and a wood burning stove is used to provide the heat. A Thanksgiving meal is also served—old world style! In addition, there is a Memorial Day salute to veterans, held on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend.


St. Martin Heritage Park
St. Martin Heritage Park
N3298 County Road T, New Holstein
(920) 849-9592    Website | Map

Once the site of St. Martin Catholic Church and located east of Chilton in the Town of Charlestown is St. Martin Heritage Park. Picnic tables and benches are scattered on the sunny lawn and under the shade of trees for convenient relaxation. Inside the St. Martin Heritage Chapel lies the Heritage Museum. The museum contains the history of the former St. Martin Catholic Church and its founders. The existing limestone church was erected in 1876 by ancestors of the community residents and is on the official list of Wisconsin’s State Historic Markers. Today with seating for 225, it offers a truly unique setting for weddings, community, family or corporate events. The Social Hall of St. Martin Heritage Park gives 3200 square feet of opportunity for indoor family fun or serious business. The church, gazebo and social hall are available to rent. Call (920) 849-9592 for more information.


Stockbridge Blacksmith Shop
126 N. Military Road, Stockbridge    Map

The blacksmith shop was operated by Phillip Westenberger and his son Emery. From 1891 to 1915, the business was run out of the old Mission House, a rickety wooden shack constructed in 1834. In 1915, the current building was constructed next door to the Mission House. The Westenberger’s shoed horses, made chisels, repaired chains, put wagon irons on wagon wheels, did iron work for sleighs, and made sturgeon spears in their spare time. Every July 4th, Emery Westenberger would put on a make-shift “fireworks” show. He piled gun powder atop his 150-pound anvil, placed a heavy cover on top of the powder, and lit the powder with a long, heated rod to produce a blast. Emery blasted every hour beginning at 4am and ending at dark. The shop is located in downtown Stockbridge, on the east side of State Highway 55. Although closed, one can still view the architecture and then close their eyes and hear the hammering on the anvil!


Stockbridge Harbor
1919 W Lake Street, Chilton
(920) 439-1008    Map

The Harbor site is listed on both the State and National Register of Historic Places. From about 1100 to 1200 A.D, a large Native American village existed on the north side of the harbor. Pottery uncovered at the site indicates that two tribes lived together in the village—Effigy Mound Builders and Late Woodland agriculturalists. The tribes may have joined forces for safety reasons. They also surrounded their village with a palisade.

The Stockbridge Harbor marker is located west of the Village of Stockbridge off of W. Lake Street/County Road E and south of the Harbor Bar and Grill.


Stockbridge Indian Cemetery

This Stockbridge-Munsee Indian Cemetery was established in 1834, just after the tribe relocated to Stockbridge. Those laid to rest here suffered a series of displacements before arriving in Calumet County. The Stockbridge tribe moved from Massachusetts to New York, Indiana, Kaukauna, and finally to Stockbridge. The Munsee tribe endured a similar journey, beginning in Delaware. The Town of Stockbridge supervisors held the cemetery in trust until 1993, when it was deeded to the Stockbridge-Munsee. Located on the south side of Moore Road, north of the Village of Stockbridge, west of Hwy 55.


Timm House
Timm House
1600 Wisconsin Avenue, New Holstein
(920) 948-7748    Website | Map

This Greek Revival style home from 1873 was restored to its Victorian elegance in 2007. It is one of the best examples of Stick Style design remaining in the Midwest. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. It was originally owned by Hermann Christian Timm and his wife Augusta, immigrants from Germany. The house remained in the Timm family until 1974, during which time very few changes were made to the building. The house is restored to its original condition during the period from 1892 to 1906. Guided tours of both the first and second floor take approximately 45 minutes. The house is open Saturdays and Sundays, May through October, from 1-4pm or by appointment. For an appointment, contact the New Holstein Historical Society at (920) 948-7748. Fee is charged for tours.

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Union Cemetery

The burial site of Indian ancestors and Civil War veterans. Located along Lake Shore Drive, just south of Ecker Lakeland Drive.


Niagara Escarpment
Brothertown Memorial

A monument and wayside at the intersection of Hwys 151 and 55 pay tribute to the first Indians to become United States citizens -- the Brothertowns. Located north of the small Town of Brothertown you’ll find a bit of history and a beautiful resting spot with a panoramic view of Lake Winnebago atop the Niagara Escarpment.


Calumet County Park
N6150 County Road EE, Hilbert
(920) 439-1008    Map

Calumet County Park provides access to two of the county's most marvelous natural features, Lake Winnebago and the Niagara Escarpment. This 200 acre park has a campground, marina and boat launch, and concession building. In addition, there are 5 miles of hiking/mountain biking trails, a large playground area, a snow tubing/sledding hill, and historic Indian effigy mounds and pre-Civil War brick yard. The park is home to many running and biking events.


High Cliff State Park
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1106    Website | Map

High Cliff is situated on the northeast shore of Lake Winnebago, where the Niagara Escarpment and the lakeshore intersect. The park includes a campground, marina and boat launch, historic sites, observation tower, pavilion, a museum and concession stand, a beach, 8.5 miles of hiking/biking trails, and a 40-foot observation tower. Field trips to the park for groups are also available. Park stickers are required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $7.00, annual WI resident stickers are $25.00, senior citizen (65+) is $10.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $35.00.


Ledge View Nature Center
W2348 Short Road, Chilton
(920) 849-7094    Map

Ledge View Nature Center sits atop an outcropping of the Niagara dolostone, with a commanding view of the rural countryside. Enjoy quiet hiking trails through field and forest, climb a 60-foot observation tower, escape summer heat with a guided visit to the cool depths of natural caves, study plants and insects in the library, arboretum, and gardens, or sedimentary geology in the quarry, or challenge yourself with interactive exhibits on lake sturgeon, Wisconsin bats, the Niagara Escarpment, and birds. The nature center is open daily year-round (except major holidays), staffed by three county naturalists. Hiking trails are groomed for cross-country skiing in winter, and snowshoes can be rented for in-park use with adequate snowcover. Call or check website for cave and other tour schedules. The nature center also hosts the annual Escarpment Bicycle Tour.


Religion
Bethel United Methodist Church
10509 Meggers Road, New Holstein
(920) 898-5212    Map

Sunday Worship: 9am


Bethlehem United Church of Christ
11608 Lax Chapel Road, Kiel
(920) 894-3332    Map

Sunday Worship: 9:30am
Sunday School: 8am


Brillion Community Church
821 Fairway Drive, Brillion
(920) 756-2040    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 10am


Camp Forest
W2230 US Hwy 10, Forest Junction
(920) 989-1606    Map

Rental cabins available for bible schools, retreats, picnics, etc. East of the Hwy 10 and Hwy 32/57 interchange in Forest Junction. Phone Judy Keller at (920) 989-1606 or email campforest@forestjunction.org for details.


Christ the King Lutheran Church, ELCA
N7510 State Road 55, Sherwood
(920) 989-5070    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 8:30am & 10:00 am
Sunday School available during both church services


Christ the Rock Community Church
W6954 US 10, Menasha
(920) 730-8383    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 8:45am & 10:45am


Ebenezer United Church of Christ
Ebenezer United Church of Christ
44 W. Washington Street, Chilton
(920) 849-4331    Website | Map

Sunday School: 8:30am
Sunday Worship: 9:30am


Faith Alliance Church
468 N. State Street, Chilton
(920) 849-7444    Website | Map

Sunday Worship (Summer): 9:30am
Sunday Worship (Winter): 10am
Sunday School (Summer): 8:15am
Sunday School (Winter): 8:45am


Faith United Methodist Church
204 Horn Street, Brillion
(920) 756-2717    Map

Sunday Worship: 10am
2nd & 4th Wednesday Worship: 6:30pm


First Baptist Church of Kiel
1275 Teckla Place, Kiel
(920) 894-7565    Map

Sunday Worship: 10:30am & 6pm
Sunday School: 9:30am


First Presbyterian Church
727 6th Street, Kiel
(920) 894-2220    Map

Sunday Worship: 9am


Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, ELCA
N1230 Seven Corners Road, New Holstein
(920) 898-5333    Map

Sunday Worship: 9 am
Sunday School: 10:15am
Wednesday Worship (Summer): 7pm


Good Shepard Parish Catholic Church
62 E. Main Street, Chilton
(920) 849-9363    Website | Map

Saturday Worship: 4pm & 7:30pm
Sunday Worship: 8am & 10am


Holy Family Catholic Church
1100 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
(920) 756-2535    Website | Map

Saturday Worship: 4pm
Sunday Worship: 8am & 10am


Holy Rosary Catholic Church
1724 Madison Street, New Holstein
(920) 898-4884    Website | Map

Saturday Worship: 4pm
Sunday Worship: 10am


Jehovah's Witnesses Kiel Congregation
16350 Keller Lane, Kiel
(920) 894-4000    Map


Kiel Alliance Church
310 Fremont Street, Kiel
(920) 898-4292    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 10:15am
Sunday School: 9am


Mount Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church-WELS
N8728 S. Coop Road, Menasha
(920) 731-4001    Website | Map

Thursday Bible Class: 5:30pm
Thursday Worship: 6:30 pm
Sunday Worship: 8am & 10:30am
Sunday School and Bible Class: 9:15 am


New Hope Community Church
New Hope Community Church
1706 Plymouth Street, New Holstein
(920) 898-5611    Map

Sunday School: 9am
Sunday Worship: 10am
Wednesday Bible Study: 6:30pm


Peace Evangelical & Reformed Church
181 Main Street, Potter
(920) 853-3821    Map

Sunday Worship: 9am


Peace United Church of Christ
489 S. Glenview Avenue, Brillion
(920) 756-3334    Map

Sunday Worship: 9am
Sunday School: 10:15am


St. Ann's Catholic Parish
N188 School Street, New Holstein
(920) 894-3147    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 8am


St. Bartholomew Lutheran Church, LCMS
105 Horn Street, Brillion
(920) 756-3031    Website | Map

Wednesday Worship: 7pm
Sunday Worship: 9am
Sunday School & Bible Class: 8am


St. John Sacred Heart Catholic Parish
N369 S. Military Road, Sherwood
(920) 989-1515    Website | Map

Saturday Worship: 5:45pm
Sunday Worship: 8am


St. John Scared Heart Catholic Parish
N7684 County Road BB, Hilbert
(920) 989-1515    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 11am


St. John United Church of Christ
2111 Church Street, New Holstein
(920) 849-4259    Map

Sunday School: 8:45am
Sunday Worship: 10:00am


St. Luke's Lutheran Church
W3102 Killsnake Road, Chilton
(920) 849-2311    Map

Sunday Worship: 10am
Sunday School and Bible Study: 8:45am
Wednesday Bible Study: 6pm


St. Martin Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
717 Memorial Drive, Chilton
(920) 849-4421    Map

Sunday Worship: 8:00am & 10:30am
Sunday School and Bible Class: 9:15am


St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church
108 S. 6th Street, Hilbert
(920) 853-3252    Map

Sunday Worship: 9:30am


St. Mary of the Seven Dolors Catholic Church
201 Military Road, Stockbridge
(920) 439-1515    Map

Saturday Worship: 4pm


St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church
43 N. 3rd Street, Hilbert
(920) 853-3217    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 9am
Sunday School and Bible Class: 10:15am


St. Peter and Paul
413 Fremont Street, Kiel
(920) 894-3553    Website | Map

Saturday Worship: 5pm
Sunday Worship: 9am


St. Peter's United Church of Christ
424 Fremont Street, Kiel
(920) 894-2404    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 7:30am & 9:30am
Sunday School: 8am
Thursday Worship: 7pm


Trinity Lutheran Church
N6078 W. River Road, Hilbert
(920) 853-3656    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 9am
Thurday Worship: 7:30pm


Trinity Lutheran Church and School
601 E. National Avenue, Brillion
(920) 756-3738    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 8am & 10:30am; June-August 8am & 10am
Sunday Bible Study: 9:15am
Wednesday Worship: 6:30pm


Trinity Lutheran Church and School
387 Cemetery Road, Kiel
(920) 894-3012    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 8am & 10am
Sunday Bible Study: 9:19am
Thursday Worship: 7pm


Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church WELS
19214 County Road XX, Kiel
(920) 894-2662    Map

Sunday Worship: 9:30am


Zion Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
1702 Van Buren, New Holstein
(920) 898-5250    Map

Sunday Worship: 7:45am & 10:15am
Sunday School and Bible Study: 9 am


Zion United Methodist Church
N8893 Church Street, Forest Junction
(920) 989-1145    Website | Map

Sunday Worship: 8:30am & 10:30am
Sunday School: 9:30am


Shooting And Archery Ranges
Advanced Archery
320 W. Main Street, Hilbert
(920) 853-3131    Website | Map

A 20 yard video archery range, adjustable 5 to 20 yard traditional range. Archery equipment, sales, and service available.


The Reel Shot
1919 E. Calumet Street, Appleton
(920) 750-6140    Website | Map

Archery range, bow service, bait and hunting and fishing equipment.


Triple J Wing & Clay
2687 Man Cal Road, Brillion
(920) 864-7070    Website | Map

Public pheasant hunting and sporting clays.


Underground Archery
910 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
(929) 756-5001    Website | Map

A full service bow shop complete with an underground range and video archery range. From buying a complete set up to customizing every inch of your new bow, we'll help you every step of the way.


Shopping
Bits & Baubles Gifts
Bits & Baubles Gifts
106 S. Military Road (Hwy 55), Stockbridge
(920) 851-0218    Map

Featuring upcycled, restored, reprised furniture and home decor for you to adore!
Saving the environment one "Bit & Bauble " at a time!


Bleating Heart Haven Farm and Gallery
Bleating Heart Haven Farm and Gallery
W1993 Thede Road, New Holstein
(920) 286-0971    Website | Map

Bleating Heart Haven Farm and Gallery is a cottage business preserving the arts and crafts of the past through natural farming methods. Fleece, handspun yarns, wearable art from Shetland, Blue-Faced Leicester, and Cormo sheep, mohair from Angora goats are available as well as basketry and award winning nature photography pieces on canvas. The store also offers consignment art from Calumet County artists in watercolors, rustic log furniture, handmade jewelry, national award-winning goat milk soaps and lotions and children’s hair accessories. Visit the website for shop hours.


Brilliont Blooms
562 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
(920) 756-3939    Website | Map

Flowers for all occassions and a large variety of gifts.


Chilton Furniture
100 Southside Shopping Center, Chilton
(920) 849-9023    Website | Map

Furniture, window and floor coverings, interior design assistance.


Country Cottage Studio
W2590 Crosstown Road, Hilbert
(920) 853-3148    Map

Unique hand painted items, photography, nature photo art, watercolor art and scrapbooking and stamping supplies. Stamping and scrapbooking classed offered twice a month. Email: countrycottagestudio@yahoo.com


Floral Studio 1796
2126 Wisconsin Avenue, New Holstein
(920) 898-5660    Website | Map

Fresh and silk flowers, custom arrangements, gourmet chocolates and coffee, jewelry, bath products.


Hidden Hollow Garden Art
1851 Orchard Road, New Holstein    Map

Whimsical garden art is the main attraction from Hidden Hollow. Each Hidden Hollow creation is unique and one of a kind and completely handmade. We use no templates. Each piece is drawn freehand, and then cut and finished by hand. Visit the Hidden Hollow Facebook page for more information as to where and when these special creations can be purchased. Items are available for purchase at the Ye Old Goat in Appleton.


Hidden Treasures Thrift Shoppe
361 S. Main Street, Brillion
(920) 524-2000    Website | Map


Hilbert Art & Antiques LLC
614 W. Main Street, Hilbert
(920) 462-0909    Website | Map

Artist Daniel W Green and James Cruthers are always working to bring you a great place to shop for antiques, collectibles, furniture, glassware, pottery, jewelry, artwork, vintage toys, postcards, advertising and much more! A split shop offers a show room with an original tin ceiling and hardwood floors giving the store a mercantile feel to the experience. Dan's art gallery offers his latest works at prices well below the market rate, limited prints, and greeting cards of his paintings. New inventory is being added all the time and we specialize in keeping a wide variety of inventory for every generation of collector.


Honeymoon Acres
2800 Ford Drive, New Holstein
(920) 898-4490    Website | Map

Greenhouse, fresh vegetables, garden accessories, gifts.


Julia's Furniture & Flooring
2105 Main Street, New Holstein
(920) 898-4142    Map

Furniture and flooring.


Just For You Flowers & Gifts
1108 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
(920) 849-9521    Website | Map

Fresh flowers, green and flowering plants, silk flowers, candy, candles, potpourri, jewelry, home décor.


kreative knotts
kreative knotts
210 N. Main Street, Brillion
(920) 464-2221    Website | Map

We are a family of artists who are constantly working to find ways to “repurpose, recycle and reuse” to create furniture and unique décor for your home and garden. Reclaimed wood jack-o-lanterns, barbed wire dragonflies and flowers, salvaged wood birdhouses and benches, and rustic hand painted signs are just a few of our favorite things. We also carry antiques and unique local gift items including award winning goat milk products made by Floppy Ear Farm and a wonderful assortment of candles, melts and room sprays made by Brillion Candle Works. In keeping with the eco-friendly theme, we also specialize in upholstery and furniture restoration, including commercial, marine and auto upholstery with over 25 years of experience. Create your own rustic wood sign during a private sign-making workshop; find details and a calendar at www.kreativeknotts.com. Follow us on Facebook to see all of the beautiful signs made by our workshop guests!


New Holstein Christian Center Thrift Store
2245 Calumet Drive, New Holstein
(920) 898-4567    Map


Old Oak Shop
N3271 Highway 57, New Holstein
(920) 849-2444    Website | Map

Wooden gift items, residential signage, wedding and anniversary customized gifts, duck decoys, carvings, etc.


Schmidt's Clothing & Gifts
503 N. Madison Street, Chilton
(920) 849-4716    Map

Mens and ladies clothing specializing in mens big and tall. Accessories and gifts too!


Schroth Brillion Floral & Gifts
119 S. Main Street, Brillion
(920) 756-2921    Website | Map

All occasion floral arrangements, fresh flowers, silk flowers, green plants, blossoming plants, gifts, jewelry, home décor. Deliver within a 20 mile radius.


Seasons By Design and Jillayne's Boutique
102 Southside Shopping Center, Chilton
(920) 849-8499    Map

Home decor, gift and clothing store. You'll be amazed at the large variety.

Two locations - New Holstein and Chilton


Seasons by Design and Jillayne's Boutique
2605 Ford Drive, New Holstein
(920) 898-9081    Map

Home decor, gift and clothing store. You'll be amazed at the large variety.

Two locations - New Holstein and Chilton


Shepard's Attic Thift Store
10 W. Main Street, Chilton
(920) 894-7834    Map


St. Vincent De Paul Hope Chest Thrift Store
463 S. 8th Street, Hilbert
(920) 853-3449    Map


St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store
1234 Teckla Place, Kiel
(920) 894-7834    Map


Sturgeon Decoys by Vern
W4914 Faro Springs Road, Hilbert
(920) 989-1355    Map

Hand-made wooden fish items including fish decoys, pins and sturgeon shanty bird houses crafted from over 150 kinds of wood. Vern's also crafts metal garden stakes and metal weather veins (roof or yard pole mounting) of sturgeon, other designs available. For more information or to set up a visit, contact Sturgeon Decoys by Vern at VKG@tds.net or (920) 989-1355. Items are available at the The Plaid Squirrel Gallery & Gifts.


Sunrise Valley Organics & Natural Health
W4861 Moore Road, Hilbert
(920) 439-1887    Map

Natural health products, wholesome food, and unique gifts for the mind and body.


The Plaid Squirrel Gallery & Gifts
N1866 Highway 151, Chilton
(920) 627-3010    Website | Map

The store is owned by two sisters who provide space for local artists to display and sell their art.

You can spend an hour in the store and discover something unique, beautiful, hand-made, one of a kind gifts, including home decor, outside garden art, with many pieces influenced by using reclaimed and recycled things. We pride ourselves on having "Something for every Nut" with different price points and that also includes things for our male shoppers as well.


Ye Old Goat
1919 E. Calumet Street, Appleton
(920) 243-4014    Website | Map

Ye Old Goat is a modern-day Vintage Market… the antique mall of this generation. With over 11,000 SQFT, this market is filled with more than 75 vendors offering old, new, repurposed, and refinished pieces all ready to take on the next chapter in their lives.

So if you’re tired of the same old – same old or can’t find that unique piece to fit into that one particular place in your home, get ready for a refreshing shopping experience! You just never know what you’ll find at Ye Old Goat with offerings that are ever changing. Our variety of vintage, antique, handmade, repurposed, and new home decor, gifts, jewelry and furnishings will provide you many great options for gifts as well.


Specialty Food And Drink
Arthur Bay Cheese Co.
237 E. Calumet Street, Appleton
(920) 733-1556    Map

The fresh cheese curds are the most popular item at this little shop hidden in the city. Besides the curds, you’ll find a lovely variety of Wisconsin cheeses and souvenirs.


Bakkheia
420 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
(920) 377-1406    Map

You won't find wall-to-wall TVs or neon signs here. Bakkheia offers a warm, inviting atmosphere for you to enjoy fine wine, spirits and beer (Wisconsin craft beers on tap and in bottles). Food now available.


Craig’s Blue Ribbon Honey
W1439 Lau Road, Chilton
(920) 853-7074    Map

All natural honey produced on a hobby honey farm. Available year round. Please call ahead before visiting.


Ditter's Eggs
W3307 Killsnake Road, Chilton
(920) 849-2464    Map

"Free Range" eggs, choice of brown or white. Call ahead for availability. E-mail djditter@yahoo.com.


GrassWay Organics Farm Store
GrassWay Organics Farm Store
N600 Plymouth Trail, New Holstein
(920) 894-4201    Website | Map

Organic grassfed beef and lamb, pastured organic chicken and turkey, pastured organic eggs. On-farm store with lots of organic foodstuffs. Open M, W-Sat: 9am-5pm. On Farm Pizza Nights every Friday, 5-8pm, starting April 1 - October 1. Choose from 4 different styles that are permanently on the menu plus 2 unique styles each month. The pizzas are prepared in the wood fired oven of the farm's food truck.


Heritage Orchard
N2963 Lake Shore Drive, Chilton
(920) 849-2158    Website | Map

Pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, or, visit the Farm Market for fresh-picked apples, squash, jams, jellies, syrups, mustards, caramel apples, spices, frozen cherries, popcorn, sweet cider, hickory nuts, honey and much more. Lookout Loft features a panoramic view of Lake Winnebago and includes crafts and collectables. Picnic at Hawthorne Hollow. Fire pit and tables available. Open 7 days a week late summer through fall. Hours 9 to 5 daily. E-mail appleannie4@hotmail.com.


Meuer Farm
Meuer Farm
N2564 Highway 151, Chilton
(920) 418-2676    Website | Map

There is something at this working farm for everyone! March starts out with the farm making maple syrup. The maple syrup season goes for about a month, and the public is welcome to stop out anytime for a taste and to watch. Once maple syrup season ends, work begins to ready the 5 acres of strawberries for picking in June and July. Work starts by uncovering the berry plants from their straw covered bed, and soon after our honey bees are put out in different locations here on the farm. Pick-Your-Own and pre-picked strawberries are ready in June and early July. July and August is fresh pre-picked Wisconsin Blueberries, and then its fresh bi-color sweet corn. August is new crop honey being harvested here, and then it's our large corn maze along with hayrides, farm animals, the activity area, and pumpkin picking for Sept. and Oct.

We are handicap accessible here at the farm, even our hayrides are! Fieldtrips, tours and outings for companies and groups are available anytime. The fact that we are an active, operating farm means visitors get to see planting, harvesting, cows calving, and all other aspects of farm life that are going on here on the farm all during the year.

To learn about farming, food and conservation, while having fun doing it, plan your trip to the Meuer Farm today!

This attraction is an Accessible Adventure.


Mud Creek Coffee
106 S. Military Road, Stockbridge
(920) 439-1096    Website | Map

Fair trade certified coffee shop serving coffee drinks, bakery, and deli sandwiches and salads. Enjoy original experiences like the Muddy Mocha, Snickers Mocha Freeze and fruit smoothies. Wireless internet and the relaxing atmosphere invite you to stay for hours. Outdoor seating makes for a great place to visit with new friends.


Polly's Pumpkin Patch
N4367 Highway 57, Chilton
(920) 849-4819    Website | Map

Polly's Pumpkin Patch offers over 30 types of pumpkins in every color imaginable! A corn maze in the fall as well as gourds, squash, Indian corn, straw bales and giant pumpkins! Fresh produce in the summer with other goodies at their country market! Open late spring to late October.


Quinney Estate Winery
N3332 Hwy 55, Chilton    Website | Map

A small, family-owned winery located on the Niagara Escarpment that produces wine from the grapes grown on the property. The winery is open by appointment only. Email ed@quinneywine.com to set up your visit.


Red & White
2400 S. Kensington Drive, Appleton
(920) 882-2141    Website | Map

Discover the most relaxing wine experience in the Fox Cities. The friendly, knowledgeable staff at Red & White share a passion for great wine, and can recommend the perfect palate-pleasing wines for you to sample. Sip a glass of wine at our granite bar, or relax outside by the fire!

Need a snack? Our customized bruschetta plates offer countless possibilities of delicious options. Enjoy a delicious handmade pizza, or artisan cheeses.

Shop our extensive wine selection and purchase a bottle of wine for that special occasion or just to take home and enjoy. Gift baskets are also available for corporate or personal gifts.


Roehrborn Meats
640 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
(920) 756-2400    Website | Map

A traditional meat market with award winning sausages.


Rowland’s Calumet Brewing Company
25 N. Madison Street, Chilton
(920) 849-2534    Website | Map

Warning: Micro-brewed beer has a lot of flavor and may cause you to taste your beer! 8 micro-brews on tap. Home-made root beer and other specialty sodas. Established in 1990. When established Rowland’s was the third smallest micro-brewery in the United States, and, the state’s smallest micro brewery (now the state’s second smallest). Rowland’s was the first brewery in the United States to pioneer the three barrel system of brewing. The system had to be specially designed to fit in the bar! Rowland’s, in conjunction with a local malt supplier, are also the first in Wisconsin to commercially produce rye beer. Come see what all these “firsts” are all about and try this beer made Irish-English style! Located in a historic firehouse. Open Tuesday-Thursday from 2 pm to 2 am, Friday and Saturday noon to 2:30 am, and Sunday noon to 2 am. Find us on Facebook.


Scoops Ice Cream Parlor
131 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
(920) 849-2520    Website | Map

Try some homemade ice cream made with locally grown products at Scoops Ice Cream Parlor! 26 flavors of homemade ice cream, ice cream cakes to order, ice cream sandwiches, bottled soda, bottled water, coffee, and cappuccino. Arcade has games that give tickets that can be redeemed for ice cream cones, and several other games including Ms. Pacman. There is indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a drive-thru. Tours are given by appointment to small groups. Hours vary seasonally.


Sunrise Valley Organics & Natural Health
W4861 Moore Road, Hilbert
(920) 439-1887    Map

100% Grassfed beef and wholesome foods.


Terra Verde Coffeehouse
507 N. Madison Street, Chilton
(920) 849-9050    Website | Map

A cozy coffeehouse that offers Fair Trade certified coffee along with Italian sodas and steamers. The coffeehouse also has panini sandwiches, pastries and has WiFi access and a free book exchange program. Stop in today and "Drink the World." Hours are Monday-Saturday, 5:30am-7pm and Sunday, 8am-3:30pm.


Two of a Kind Bar & Grill
W3220 Dundas Road, Kaukauna
(920) 766-7106    Map

Home of the Ultimate Bloody Mary. Only available on Saturdays and Sundays, this monster cocktail includes a cheeseburger slider, a hard-boiled or pickled egg, onion rings, celery, pickle, mushroom, Brussels sprout, olive, shrimp, beef stick and cheese whips.


Vern’s Cheese
312 W. Main Street, Chilton
(920) 849-7717    Website | Map

Large variety of cheeses including seasonal cheeses, goat cheese, cheese spreads, Nueske hams, sausage, and other specialty items. Open Monday through Friday 8am-5:30pm, Saturday 8:30am-2pm.


Wisconsin Natural Acres
P.O. Box 202, Chilton
(920) 849-9784    Website | Map

100% all natural honey made in Calumet County! Order online or visit the website to find a retail outlet that sells Wisconsin Natural Acres honey.


Wedding And Reception Venues
Camp Forest
W2230 US Hwy 10, Forest Junction
(920) 989-1606    Map

Say "I Do" in this chapel nestled in the woods. Located east of the Hwy 10 and Hwy 32/57 interchange in Forest Junction. Phone Judy Keller at (920) 989-1606 or email campforest@forestjunction.org for details.


Cobblestone Creek Dining & Banquet
740 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
(920)756-3214    Website | Map

Outdoor ceremony space available as well as a banquet facility that can accomodate 500 guests.


Mulberry Lane Farm
W3190 CTH B, Hilbert
(920)989-3130    Website | Map

A unique farm location for your big day. Get all details by visiting their website.


St. Martin Heritage Park
St. Martin Heritage Park
N3298 County Road T, New Holstein
(920) 849-9592    Website | Map

This picturesque 6.5 acre park, formally a Catholic church, is open to the public and is used for family reunions, community and corporate meetings and events. The park, social hall, chapel and gazebo can also be rented for private ceremonies.


The Altona Supper Club
2306 Calumet Drive, New Holstein
(920)898-5255    Website | Map

Banquet facility that can accomodate up to 300 guests.