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Things To Do, Places To Go

Museums

Step into the past at Crivitz Area Museum Complex. Here you can see exhibits of old time kitchens, schoolroom, general stores, doctor's offices, and more. There is also a musical instrument and antique tools display. Open Memorial Day weekends through Labor Day Weekend Wednesdays and Saturdays Noon-4pm. Corner of South Ave and Oak Street West of Hwy 141

Busville Doll Museum & Antiques features over 2,000 catalogues dolls (even life sized dolls), toys and doll furniture as well as other antiques. Your visit is free – donations appreciated. Open daily by appointment April to October. W8021 West 24th Street (off Rt. 141 south of downtown Crivitz) 715-854-2148

The Land of Oz Museum is open April through the first weekend in October. It holds many one-of-a-kind items from the original Wizard of Oz movie. 319 First St, Wausaukee 715-927-0767

The Peshtigo Fire Museum is adedicated to the devastating 1871 Peshtigo Fire – a disaster eclipsed in notoriety by Chicago's fire of the same date, but Peshtigo's was far more deadly. The museum is open daily Memorial Day – October from 10am-4pm. 400 Oconto Avenue, Peshtigo 715-582-3244

Interesting Info & Sites

Finding Bigfoot – Wisconsin is on the signature line to “Finding Bigfoot” on Animal Planet. According to the Bigfoot Research Organization, there have been 73 sightings made in this area since the 1970's, five have been reported here in Marinette County. The latest one was in April 2013 by a police officer who witnessed Bigfoot crossing Rt. 141 near Pembine. Visit McClintock County Park or Goodman County Park for your chance to see him yourself!

Ghosts? An unsolved double-murder in McClintock Woods from the 1970's has spurned stories of eerie noises, sobs, and moans and unexplained phenomenon in photographs taken there, according to the Northern Lights Paranormal Research Society.

Along Rt. 141 just north of Beaver there is an interesting geological marker on the left side of the road, north of Rt. 64. Here is a plaque that marks the spot half way distant between the North Pole and the Equator.

More Activities

ATV Trails
Cross Country Skiing
Day Trips
Dining
Fishing
Golfing & Mini Golf
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Museums
Paintball
Rock Climbing
Seasonal
Shopping
Snowmobiling
Waterfalls
Whitewater Rafting
Zip Lining

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