Things To Do, Places To Go

Less than Sunny “Day Trips”

Falling Waters Winery opened its doors for business in June 2014. Named after the waterfalls that surround the Crivitz area, they offer a variety of wines - reds, whites and fruits. Tasting Room hours Apr 20 to Dec 31, weekdays 11 am to 6 pm, weekends 10 am to 5 pm. Jan 1 to Apr 19 they open at 11 am, closing times vary. For groups of 8 or more, contact them in advance. 721 Dyer Street, Downtown Crivitz: 715-854-5010

The Thunder River Rearing Station is a trout hatchery. It's open 7 am – 3 pm daily mid-May to mid-October when trout are being reared for relase. The rest of the year the facility is open weekdays only, and salmon are in the hatchery. The facility was built in the 1930's as part of the Works Program. Route 2, off Caldron Falls Road, Crivitz: 715-757-3541

Captain's Walk Winery offfers premium wine tasting in a laid-back atmosphere. They have live music some nights, wine blending parties, costume parties, wine dinners and more. They have tastings Tuesday – Saturday 11 am to 7 pm and Sunday 12 pm to 4 pm. They offer seven samples for $3. 345 S. Adams St, Green Bay: 920-431-9255

Forgotten Fire Winery, big sister to Falling Waters Winery, opened in October 2011. It too produces reds, whites and fruit wines. Tasting Room hours Apr 20 to Dec 31, weekdays 11 am to 6 pm, weekends 10 am to 5 pm. Jan 1 to Apr 19 they open at 11 am, closing times vary. 715-582-FIRE They are located in Marinette, WI.

Lambeau Field offers stadium tours allowing fans to experience the Packers' facility and to see behind the scenes areas. You get to go through the players tunnel, go into private suites, learn all of the history, and have outstanding photo opportunities. There are three different tours available, the classic stadium tour for $12, the champion's tour for $19, and the legendary tour for $28 (includes visits to the press Box, the team locker room, the South End, and the players' tunnel/field level.

Wausaukee Bowl has food, games, refreshments, pool tables, bowling, Friday night fish fry, and Saturday night chicken dinner. They also have 35 cent wings. 326 Main St., Wausaukee: 715-923-2060

Bay Beach Amusement Park is one of Green Bay's most popular and affordable attractions offering 18 rides for all ages. There is food available at 2 concession areas, fast food restaurants in the main pavilion. Open daily summer months, weekends in September. 1313 Bay Beach Rd., green Bay Phone: 920-448-3365

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is a 700-acre wildlife refuge featuring live bird and animal exhibits, educational displays, miles of hiking trails, wildlife viewing and waterfowl feeding. There is no charge for admission. 1660 East Shore Dr., Green Bay Phone: 921-391-3671

More Activities

ATV Trails
Cross Country Skiing
Day Trips
Golfing & Mini Golf
Horseback Riding
Rock Climbing
Whitewater Rafting
Zip Lining

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