When it comes to dining options in Calumet County, we have some of the finest supper clubs in the Midwestern United States. Respectfully donned the Supper Club Capital of the Midwest® we attract a variety of culinary and conversational enthusiasts. Equally as popular is our dining guide of Wisconsin's Holyland, Breaking Bread in the Holyland. Please take some time to visit, stay awhile, and experience one of these unique dining traditions. Dining guides are available on our Resources page.
The county motto is 'We Extend the Calumet to all Mankind'. As such, we are the only community known to market to visitors with disabilities. We pride ourselves on our Calumet Cares: Accessible Adventures promotion. Whether you have a physical disability, visual challenges, or a cognitive impairment, we welcome you to explore our attractions. Please see our Activities page for more information.
Take some time and explore our park system. County parks include Calumet County Park, a shoreside campground with a marina, trails, effigy mounds and a winter tubing hill; Becker Lake is a quiet park with a tranquil prairie; Ledge View Nature Center is best known for its caves, maple syrup and snowshoeing; and three of the best harbors providing access to Lake Winnebago fishing. The Brillion NatureCenter, a non-profit center, has weekly family activities and is ideal for nature hikes. We also boast High Cliff State Park with its towering cliffs, lime kilns, trails, old general store museum and campground.
Please take some time to review everything we have to offer on TravelCalumet.com. We hope you find Calumet County a nice pace to be...we are what vacations should be.
No matter the season - Calumet County offers a unique quiet side of the lake for you to enjoy!