While Travel Calumet offers a wide-variety of tools to help you with your visit to Calumet County, here are some other sites and resources that may further help with your travel planning to Wisconsin and the greater Lake Winnebago area. These include the State of Wisconsin tourism site, regional and neighboring community sites as well as popular nearby attractions.
Throughout the year, the state of Wisconsin welcomes visitors from far and wide with countless exciting travel options. Visit extraordinary natural wonders such as Cave of the Mounds or the Apostle Islands. See the landscape in a whole new way with a thrilling zip line adventure. If you’re all about the great outdoors, Wisconsin is a paradise for hunters, fishermen, and campers. Foodies, wine, and beer lovers will delight in discovering Wisconsin’s artisan cheese makers, wineries, and breweries; as well as farmers markets and award-winning restaurants.
Lake Winnebago takes center stage as its three surrounding counties (Calumet, Fond du Lac and Winnebago) have partnered up to provide helpful information regarding the lake and the fun to be had off-water in the Endless Shores of Wisconsin!
From the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh to dining in the Supper Club Capital of the Midwest to ice kiting in Fond du Lac, there are endless reasons during all four seasons to find your favorite getaway!
Calumet County is part of one of WI most desired destinations, the Fox Cities. Come for a weekend of shopping at the Fox River Mall, a fun family getaway or a relaxing couples retreat. Enjoy cultural activities, dining and nightlife in downtown Appleton, the historic charm and natural beauty of Neenah, and the riches of our 18 communities along the shores of Lake Winnebago and the Fox River. The Fox Cities CVB can help you find it all.
A collection of all of the historical markers and other historic sites in Wisconsin, which of course includes those in Calumet County. Calumet County has 4 historical markers, 10 veterans memorials and 7 other historical sites.
Visit the scenic East Shore of Wisconsin’s Lake Winnebago from Fond du Lac to Peebles, Pipe, Stockbridge, and Sherwood. Have family fun on farms and in orchards, and at a museum especially for children and the young at heart. Feast on farm dinners featuring local food. Visit shops featuring art and crafts, fair trade products, homemade soaps and lotions, health products, Wisconsin foods, fishing gear, and more. For recreation, enjoy boating, fishing, golfing, and hiking. Relax at a salon or spa. Dine at local cafés and restaurants. Stop at the parks along the way. See spectacular sunsets. Have a great adventure as you Explore the Shore!
Old Northwest Frontier Tours has developed a unique and comprehensive self-guided tour of Lake Winnebago in seven volumes, for your mobile device or ebook reader. In Volume One, explore the highways, bi-ways, parks and harbors along Lake Winnebago’s eastern shore, which includes Calumet County, but do more than just physically explore. This is an unconventional, creative, innovative, and highly unusual and participatory self-guided tour that makes you use your imagination to see the area as it truly was. Don’t just take the tour, LIVE the tour! Experience at your own pace the history, people, and communities that formed around historic Lake Winnebago.
The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, a minor league affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers organization, plays their games at, Time Warner Cable Field, which is located just outside of Calumet County in Appleton, WI.