Summer Outdoor Movie Guide 2019 | Northeast WI

Summer Outdoor Movie Guide 2019 | Northeast WI

There is no better way to spend a cool Summer night around Northeast WI, than enjoying a great movie in the outdoors!

Grab your blankets, lawn chairs and pack the cooler with some snacks. Get there early for a good seat, then relax and enjoy a movie under the stars.

Here are the Outdoor Movies you can catch around Northeast WI this Summer —

*****Be sure to check back regularly for updates, there are always a few added through the summer***** (updated 6/9/19)


 

 

 

🍿June 7 – Movie in the Park – Ferdinand, 7pm at Green Isle Park in Allouez

🍿June 12 – Movie in the Park – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 8:30 at Lions Park in Greenville

🍿June 12 – Outdoor Movie Night – Mary Poppins Returns, 8pm at Oconto Falls High School in Oconto Falls

🍿June 13 – Movies in the Park – The Bee Movie, 8pm at Civic Park in New Holstein

🍿June 13 – Movies in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz.

🍿June 13 – Hotel Transylvania 3, 7pm at Clovis Grove Park in Menasha

🍿June 14 – Movie in the Park – Christopher Robin, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿June 14 – Family Movie Night – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh.

🍿June 15 – Movie in the Park – Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, 6:30pm (magic show before movie) at Ted Fritsch Park in Green Bay.

🍿June 20 – Movies in the Park – A Dog’s Way Home, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿June 20 – Movie in the Park – Mary Poppins Returns, 7:30pm at Willow Creek Park in Bellevue.

🍿June 20 – Movie on the Hill – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton

🍿June 21 – Movie in the Park – The Peanuts Movie, 7pm at Voyager Park in DePere.

🍿June 21 – Outdoor Movie – The Sandlot, 7pm at The Boys & Girls Club Greenspace in Green Bay.

🍿June 21 – Movie Night at the Park – A Dog’s Way Home, 7pm at Wanick Park in Sherwood

🍿June 21 – Outdoor Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Shawano County Park.

🍿June 24 – Outdoor Movie – The Kid Who Would Be King, 7pm at Kaukauna Public Library

🍿June 26 – Movie in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 8:30 at Lions Park in Greenville.

🍿June 27 – Movies in the Park – Peter Rabbit, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿June 27 – Movies in the Park – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 8pm at Civic Park in New Holstein

🍿June 28 – Movie in the Park – Mary Poppins Returns, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

 

 

 

🍿July 10 – Outdoor Movie Night – How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 8pm at Oconto Falls High School in Oconto Falls

🍿July 11 – Movie on the Hill – Teen Night – Bumblebee, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton.

🍿July 11 – Movies in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz.

🍿July 12 – Family Movie Night – Incredibles 2, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh

🍿July 12 – Movie in the Park – Dr. Suess’ The Grinch, 7pm at Green Isle Park in Allouez

🍿July 12 – Movie in the Park – Wonder, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿July 12 – Outdoor Movie Night – Lego Movie Night, 8:30pm at Stephenson Island in Marinette. FREE.

🍿July 13 – Movie in the Park – Wonder Park – 8pm at Zirbel Park in Wrightstown.

🍿July 14 – Movie in the Park – Avengers: Infinity War, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿July 16 – Movie in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 6pm at Ft. Howard Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿July 17 – Movie in the Park – Incredibles 2, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville

🍿July 18 – Movie on the Hill – Incredibles 2, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton

🍿July 18 – Movie in the Park – Smallfoot, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿July 18 – Movie in the Park – Space Jam, 8:30pm at Willow Creek Park in Bellevue

🍿July 19 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 7pm at Doyle Park in Little Chute

🍿July 19 – Outdoor Movie – The Lego Movie 2 – 7pm at Legion Park in Algoma.

🍿July 21 – Movie in the Park – Incredibles 2, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿July 21 – Dive In Movie – Elf, 7pm at Erb Pool in Appleton.  Admission charged.

🍿July 21 – Dive In Movie – Incredibles 2, 6:30pm at Menasha Pool.  Admission charged.

🍿July 23 – Movie in the Park – Incredibles 2, 6pm at Smith Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿July 25 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿July 26 – Movie in the Park – The Incredibles 2, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿July 26 – Movie in the Park – Small Foot, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh.

🍿July 28 – Movie in the Park – Aquaman, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿July 29 – Outdoor Movie – Mary Poppins Returns, 7pm at Kaukauna Public Library

🍿July 30 – Movie in the Park – The Lego Movie 2, 6pm at Waterford Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿July 31 – Movie in the Park – Lego Movie 2, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville

 

 

 

 

 

🍿August 1 – Movie on the Hill – Mary Poppins Returns, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton.

🍿August 1 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 4 – Movie in the Park – A Dog’s Way Home, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿August 6 – Movie in the Park – How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 6pm at Sand Acres Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿August 7 – Movie in the Park – How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville

🍿August 8 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 9 – Movie in the Park – Ralph Breaks The Internet, 7pm at Green Isle Park in Allouez

🍿August 9 – Outdoor Movie Night – How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 8:30pm at Stephenson Island in Marinette

🍿August 9 – Movie Night in the Park – Incredibles 2, 7pm at Wanick Park in Sherwood

🍿August 9 – Movie in the Park – The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿August 11 – Movie in the Park – Back To The Future, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿August 15 – Movie in the Park – Mighty Max, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 15 – Movie in the Park – The Lego Movie 2, 8:30pm at Willow Creek Park in Bellevue

🍿August 18 – Movie in the Park – Coco, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿August 21 – Movie in the Park – Audience Choice, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville.

🍿August 22 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 23 – Movie in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿August 23 – Family Movie Night – Coco, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh

 

Northeast WI Strawberry Pickin’ Farms

Northeast WI Strawberry Pickin’ Farms

One of my favorite things about summer is the fresh fruit, especially the berries. Picking your own is even sweeter although many farms still have a few weeks of growing yet to do before the fruit is ‘berry’ ripe for the picking. 🍓 Many of these places are a short car ride away for a few hours of pickin’ and great family bonding.

**Please note that many of these pick-your-own farm experiences are dependent on fruit availability and the weather, so be sure to call ahead.

Here is our list for area Strawberry pickin’ farms 🙂

~~~(If you know of others that I can add to this list, please email me at northeastwiactivities@gmail.com)~~~

 

🍓 Berryland, 5810 Heimke Lane, Abrams, WI   (920)826-7297

** Pick-your-own Strawberries.  During peak season they are open from 7am-7pm. Opening around June 20th! Watch their Facebook for updates and be sure to call before heading out.**

 

🍓 Blaser’s Acres, 2556 School Lane, Suamico, WI   (920)655-0483

**Opening June 20-25! Pick-your-own Strawberries. Watch their Facebook page for updates.  Open daily from 8am-6pm.**

 

🍓 Cuff’s Strawberry Farm, N2299 Ledge Hill Rd., Hortonville, WI   (920)
779-4788

**Offers strawberries as pick-your-own, sold by the pound, and pre-picked, sold by the quart.  The season will start mid to late June. Follow on Facebook for updates and they will be open 6:30am-6:30pm. You can also have a free wagon ride to the field**

 

🍓 DeBaker Acres, 2088 Shiloh Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI  (920)746-5571

** Offers Pick-your-Own Strawberries.  No opening date yet but watch their Facebook page for updates.  Open everyday 8am-5pm.

 

🍓 Glendale Farms, 9895 Kluth Rd., Clintonville, WI    (715)823-4287

** Pick-your-Own Strawberries.  Opening around June 20th!  Please call ahead to check the recorded berry report at 715-823-4287 or check their Facebook page for updates.**

 

🍓 Greiling Strawberries, 18215 Pleasant Rd., Maribel, WI    (920)863-6778

**Offers Pick-your-own strawberries.  Picking from 7am-7pm, Opening day will be later in June.  Watch for updates on Facebook.  Please call ahead.**

 

🍓 Kraynik’s Berry Farm, N3401 Church Rd., Kewaunee, WI   (920)606-6239

** Pick-your-Own Strawberries.  No opening date set yet, please call ahead before going or watch their Facebook page for updates.**

 

🍓 Malvitz Bay Farms,  8678 County Rd. C, Sturgeon Bay, WI   (920)824-5625

**Offers Strawberry picking Mid June to early July. Best time to pick is early in the morning when the berries are still cool.  Pick Your Own is open from 7-11 AM daily.  Check their Facebook page for updates.**

 

🍓 Meuer Farm, N2564 US Hwy 151, Chilton, WI   (920)418-2676

**Offers a ‘Berry Tram’ to and from the Strawberry Fields.  They offer 7 different varieties of strawberries!  Opening late June. See their Facebook page for more info and Don’t forget to say hi to the animals before you leave.**

 

🍓 Moder’s Gardens, 3439 Lineville Rd., Green Bay, WI   (920)434-0730

**Offers Pre-picked and Pick-your-own Strawberries starting later in June. Look for updates on their Facebook page and Call ahead.**

 

🍓 Nature’s Finest Foods, 4902 County Rd. S, Oshkosh, WI (920)710-1325

**Offers Pick-Your-Own and Pre-Picked Strawberries.   Picking starts mid-June! Check their Facebook page or call ahead for hours and updates! Picking includes a wagon ride to the field.**

 

🍓 Oakridge Farms, 125 County Rd. CB, Neenah, WI   (920)725-1541

**Normally offers strawberry picking to the public or pre-picked berries. TBA starting date!  Call ahead for availability and see their Facebook page for updates.**

 

🍓 Polly’s Pumpkin Patch, N4367 State Road 57, Chilton, WI (920)849-4819

**Pick-your-own or Pre-Picked Strawberries. Opening date TBA! Watch their Facebook page for updates.  Open daily from 7am-4pm.**

 

🍓 Porter’s Patch, W4314 State Hwy 156, Bonduel, WI   (715)758-8162

** Pick-your-Own Strawberries starting between June 19th-25th! Watch their Facebook page for updates.  Open daily from 7am-5pm. **

 

🍓 Red Belly Farms, 22608 US Hwy 151, Chilton, WI   (920) 775-3696

**Offers a Pick-your-Own Strawberries.  Starting mid to late June.  Watch their Facebook for updates or call ahead for days/hours.**

 

🍓 Red Grouse Farm,  in Kewaunee, WI

**Because our location is close to Lake Michigan, we start our picking season just a tad behind other strawberry farms,  starting early July. Watch their website and Facebook for updates.**

 

🍓 Sunny Hill Farm, 1922 Oak Rd., Green Bay, WI   (920)434-9009

**Offers Pick-your-own Strawberries starting around June 20th to 25th from 7am-8pm. Watch for updates on their Facebook.**

 

🍓 Wilfert Farms, 7528 Manitou Dr., Two Rivers, WI   (920)683-3264

**Offers Pick-your-own-Strawberries starting sometime in Mid-Late June. Watch their Facebook page for updates.**

 

🍓 Wojtkiewicz Brothers Strawberry Acres in Crivitz, WI
**No website or facebook but phone number is 715- 854-7818 so call ahead. Opening date will be Mid-Late June.  Mon-Sat from 7am-12pm and Sun from 8:30-12pm.**

 

Fireworks 2019 | Northeast WI Activities

Fireworks 2019 | Northeast WI Activities

The Boom! The Colors! The Sparkle! Fireworks are happening everywhere in Northeast WI.  Find a display near you and enjoy the show!

 


 

FRIDAY, JUNE 28

 

  • ✨Howard: Meadowbrook Park, Dusk

 


 

SUNDAY, JUNE 30

 

  • ✨Waupun: Tanner Park, 10pm

 


WEDNESDAY, JULY 3

 

  • ✨Appleton: Memorial Park, dusk
  • ✨Berlin: Riverside Park, dusk
  • ✨Campbellsport: Dusk
  • ✨Clintonville: Olen Field, dusk
  • ✨Egg Harbor: Marina, 9:30pm
  • ✨Iola: Car show grounds, dusk
  • ✨Kellnersville: Ballpark, dusk
  • ✨Kewaunee: Lakeshore, dusk
  • ✨Kimberly: Sunset Park, dusk
  • ✨Oconto: Breakwater Park, dusk
  • ✨Shawano: Airport, dusk

 


 

THURSDAY, JULY 4

 

  • ✨Antigo: High School, 9:30pm
  • ✨Baileys Harbor: Lakeshore, dusk
  • ✨Bonduel: Village Park, 9:45pm
  • ✨Crivitz: Veterans Park, 9:45pm
  • ✨Florence: Fisher Lake, dusk
  • ✨Fond du Lac: Lakeside Park, dusk
  • ✨Gillett: Zippel Park, dusk
  • ✨Gills Rock: Museum, dusk
  • ✨Green Bay: Leicht Park, dusk
  • ✨Green Lake: Deacon Mills Park, dusk
  • ✨Hilbert: Civic Park, dusk
  • ✨Manawa: Rodeo Grounds, 9:45pm
  • ✨Manitowoc: South Pier, 9:30pm
  • ✨Maplewood: Memorial Ball Park, dusk
  • ✨Marinette: Stephenson Island, dusk
  • ✨Menasha: Jefferson Park, 9:30pm
  • ✨Menominee, MI: Great Lakes Memorial Marina Park, dusk
  • ✨Neenah: Riverside Park, 9:30pm
  • ✨New London: Hatten Memorial Stadium, 9:45pm
  • ✨Omro: Scott Park, dusk
  • ✨Oshkosh: Pioneer Island, 9:45pm
  • ✨Ripon: Murrary Park, dusk
  • ✨Sheboygan: Over Lake Michigan, 9:30pm
  • ✨Sturgeon Bay: Sunset Park, dusk
  • ✨Tigerton: Over Embarrass River, dusk
  • ✨Townsend: Ballpark, dusk
  • ✨Two Rivers: Walsh Field, dusk
  • ✨Washington Island: Ballpark, dusk
  • ✨Waupaca: South Park, 9:30pm
  • ✨Winneconne: Bridge, 9:30pm

 

FRIDAY, JULY 5

 

  • ✨Elkhart Lake: Fireman’s Park & Beach, dusk

 


 

SATURDAY, JULY 6

 

  • ✨Brillion: Braun’s Deer Run Golf Course, dusk
  • ✨Goodman: Lake Hilbert Park, 9:30pm
  • ✨Mountain: Community Center, dusk
  • ✨Wausaukee: Memorial Park, dusk
  • ✨Wautoma: Fairgrounds, dusk

 

 

This is a list of places I had for previous years but haven’t found dates for 2019 yet.  If you know any of these just send me a message at northeastwiactivities@gmail.com

  • Gresham: Veterans Memorial Park, dusk
  • Fremont: Over the River, Dusk
  • Weyauwega: Fairgrounds, dusk
  • Shiocton: Lake Park, dusk
  • Dale: Community Park, dusk
  • Fish Creek: Clark Park, 10pm (not having for 2019)

County Fairs 2019 | Northeast WI Activities

County Fairs 2019 | Northeast WI Activities

Our County Fairs are one of the best things about Summer here in Northeast WI. We wait all year for the fried foods, the carnival rides and games, to see the washed and groomed farm animals do their best and to enjoy the grandstand entertainment!

Here are some of the details on the County Fairs in our area! (listed in alphabetical order)


 

Brown County is August 14th – August 18th

1500 Ft. Howard Avenue, DePere

Hours: Wed. 12pm-11pm, Thurs. 8am-11pm, Friday-Saturday 8am-12am, Sunday 8am-6pm.

So much to do and see in only a few days.  Carnival Rides and games, the PRCA Rodeo, live music, lots of kids shows and activities, Truck Pull, Horse Pull and more!


 

Calumet County is August 30th – September 2nd “The Biggest Little Fair in Wisconsin”

200 W. Chestnut St., Chilton

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Join the Calumet County Fair Labor Day Weekend as they celebrate “Fair by Day, Festival by Night.”  Filled with family entertainment and local bands the “Biggest Little Fair” in Wisconsin is sure to be fun for all ages.  Featuring some of the hottest and most unique bands and showcasing exhibits from area youth including 4-H Clubs, FFA, Girls Scouts, Boy Scouts and many other exhibitors of all ages, the fair is the place you want to be. There is a fantastic family friendly midway and appetizing fair food for everyone to enjoy.  Hope to see you all at the fair.


 

Door County is July 31st – August 4th

John Miles Fair Park, 812 N. 14th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay

Hours: Wednesday 5pm-11pm, Thur-Saturday 12pm-11pm and Sunday 12pm-8pm.

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The focus of this fair is all about wholesome family fun and entertainment. This is a true rural fair with ag entertainment, competition and displays. The fairway offers rides for all ages and the food stands serve up the most delicious fare. Special entertainment includes stock car racing, demolition derby and various musical acts.

 


 

Fond du Lac County is July 17th – July 21st

541 Martin Ave., Fond du Lac – 920-929-3168

 

The Fond du Lac County Fair is your source for education, entertainment and family fun! Featuring a carnival full of rides and games for kids of all ages. Food to please everyone, 2 stages of music featuring rock, country and classic hits in addition to family entertainment. The Fond du Lac County Fair also features the states only AG Birthing and education center which features births of calves during the fair and interactive, educational displays about animals and AG related products. Pig, duck and goat races, a petting zoo and other 4H, FFA and animal exhibits are just a sampling of the entertainment and attractions awaiting fair-goers.

 


 

Kewaunee County is July 11th – July 14th

625 Third St., Luxemburg – 920-845-9798

This fair features live music, carnival rides and games, thousands of livestock, small animal, and 4-H displays, grandstand shows, kids entertainment and a wide variety of food and beverage offerings.  All live entertainment, Grandstand shows and unlimited rides are free with the paid daily admission charge.  Don’t miss a single moment!

Grandstand Shows all weekend include the Luxemburg Implement Farm Tractor Pull and Musical Entertainment.

 


 

Manitowoc County is August 21st – August 25th

4921 Expo Dr., Manitowoc 920-863-4378

 

$10 admission includes rides, grandstand shows, parking, general admission. The fair also features carnival rides, concessions, pavilion acts, and more!

 


 

Marinette County is August 22nd – August 25th

Fairgrounds Rd. in Wausaukee   715-938-4099

A weekend of family fun! Take time to enjoy the carnival rides, a variety of food, livestock barns and so much more!!

 


 

Oconto County is August 15th – August 18th

Zippel Park on East Park St. in Gillett

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Enjoy the Livestock Barns, the exhibits, the carnival rides and games, the tractor, truck and horse pulls and dance to the live music!  Fun for everyone.

 


 

Outagamie County is July 23rd – July 28th.

637 N. Main St., Seymour – 920-833-2941

Hours: Tuesday 5pm-10pm, Wed 12pm-11pm, Thu-Sat – 8am-12am and Sunday 8am-6pm.

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Free Admission to the Fair is Tuesday!  This Fair has a little bit of everything, carnival rides and games, kids entertainment, livestock barns, exhibits, great variety of food, live music, tractor pulls, demolition derby and more!

 


 

Shawano County is August 28th – September 2nd

990 E. Green Bay St. in Shawano

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This fair features Cosmic Bingo, Cotton Candy 5K Run, Fireworks, Free Music, Great Food, Exciting Carnival Rides, Over 10,000 exhibits and so much more! Great family fun event!

 


 

Sheboygan County is August 29th – September 2nd

Fairview Dr. in Plymouth.  920-893-5751

 

Midway thrills, tractor pull, 4-H exhibits, lumberjack show, 16,000 exhibits, games and concessions, and grandstand entertainment.

 


 

Waupaca County is August 21st – August 25th

602 E. South St. in Weyauwega  715-281-3822

Hours: Wed. 12pm-12am, Thurs – Sat. 8am-12am and Sunday 8am-6pm

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A fun and interactive fair where you will enjoy the carnival, kids activities, livestock barns and shows, the exhibits, the variety of food, tractor and truck pulls, live music and great grandstand shows!

 


 

Winnebago County is July 31st – August 4th

Sunnyview Expo Grounds, County Rd. Y in Oshkosh   920-685-3013

Hours: Opens at 10am every day.

 

This fair is all about fun, friends, family and making memories!  It features live music, carnival rides and games, livestock barns, kids activities and more.  The Grandstand events include Bull Riding, Truck/Tractor Pulls, Music by Chase Bryant and a Demolition Derby.  Fun for all ages.


 

 

If you don’t mind traveling a little, then check out Wisconsin’s State Fair in Milwaukee.  August 1st thru 11th this year.  There is so much that happens at this fair, that you have to check out their website, pick the best day (August 5th is Family Day and tickets are cheaper) and head down to experience our state fair and all that it offers, especially their world famous cream puffs!!

 

 


 

 

Water Ski Shows | Northeast WI Activities

Water Ski Shows | Northeast WI Activities

Northeast WI offers many amazing options to see some highly entertaining Water Ski Shows. These shows are free (donations are welcome) and offer great family entertainment throughout the Summer.  They are set to music and have lots of action on the water, it’s what Summers are made of!   I highly recommend bringing chairs or blankets and then sit back and enjoy the show!

Check out our list of shows below and make sure to add one of these shows to your Summer Bucket List!


 

 

🌊 Waupaca Chain Skiers –  King Veteran’s Home/Rainbow Lake in Waupaca.

Shows at 6:30pm on June 8, 15, 22, 29 and July 4, 6, 13, 27 and August 3, 10.


 

 

🌊 Twin Bridge Ski Team – Boat Landing 3 Rd. in Crivitz.

Shows at 6:30pm on Thursdays and Saturdays.  Shows start on June 15th thru August 25th.  (No Shows on July 18, July 20 and August 3rd)  Learn to Ski Date is July 28 from 2pm-5pm.

Many talented skiers in acts such as bare-footing, pyramids, jumping, swiveling and ballet. We pride ourselves on providing a great and entertaining show every time we perform. It is highly suggested that you bring your lawn chair or blanket and most importantly sunglasses to come and see our free show. Our concession stand serves the best popcorn in the area along with nice cold refreshing drinks.


 

🌊 Waterboard Warriors Water Ski Team – Mueller Park in Wrightstown.

Shows – which include high-speed barefoot water skiing, jumping, pyramids and acting –

June shows are on Thursday at 7:00 PM (First show June 6th)
July shows are on Tuesday at 7:00 PM
August shows are on Tuesday & Thursday at 6:30 PM

Learn to Ski Clinic on July 24th and August 7th.


 

🌊 Shawano Ski Sharks – 211 Riverside Dr. in Shawano.

The Ski Sharks perform every Wednesday starting June 5th and ending August 14th. Two Sunday shows, June 30th and July 7th. Pre-show 5:30 pm, Show at 6:00 pm. Learn to Ski days and Believe and Ski days are always popular and will be June 14th & 21st.

Learn to Ski Days with the Shawano Ski Sharks – We bring our team members together to help children from our community learn the basic skills of skiing and the safety aspects of the sport. Using our boats equipped with training equipment, the children learn how to ski in a very controlled environment with very little frustration.  The Shawano Ski Sharks are bringing waterskiing for those with disabilities, who may have thought it was not possible before, through adaptive skiing.


 

🌊 Crivitz Ski Cats – Lake Noquebay Park in Crivitz.

They perform Wednesdays & some Saturdays at 6pm from June 19th-August 17th for 2019 Season.  Admission is FREE, however there is a $5.00 entry fee to the County Park.

On July 23rd the Crivitz Ski Cats will be hosting a learn to ski day!!  Our expert team members will be on hand to teach you how to ski.  Skiers and non-skiers are welcome to come and enjoy an evening of fun with the Crivitz Ski Cats!  Cost for this event is $30/skier which covers USA waterski insurance for both Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.  Newly trained skiers will be invited to participate in the pre-show and perform their new tricks in front of a crowd! Contact us at crivitzskicats@gmail.com  to register for the Learn to Ski Day!


 

🌊  Webfooters Water Ski Show Team – 314 Wolf River Dr. in Fremont.

On the shores of downtown Fremont, every Sunday and Wednesday at 6:00pm. First Show June 5th thru August 21st.


 

Life’s an Adventure in Northeast WI

Life’s an Adventure in Northeast WI

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It is never too late to get some more adventure in your life. From small daily adventures to huge, gigantic, crazy adventures, we love them all, and we want to inspire you to have more!

The first step is to decide what adventure you want to go on. Here is what we found for some adventure around Northeast WI.  Do you know of other places we should add to our list? Send us an email at northeastwiactivities@gmail.com and let us know about it!  Take a journey this year and enjoy a new adventure and don’t forget to tag us at #northeastwiactivities.

 

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Whitewater Rafting

** Kosir’s Rapid Rafts in Silver Cliff (outside of Crivitz). Whitewater rafting on the Peshtigo or Menominee Rivers.   (715) 757-3431

** Thornton’s Rafting Resort in Athlestane (outside of Crivitz). Whitewater raftng trips on the Peshtigo or Menominee Rivers.    (715) 757-3311

** Wildman Adventure Resort in Athlestane (outside of Crivitz). Whitewater rafting trips on the Peshtigo or Menominee Rivers.   They also provide guests with lake kayaking tours, paintball, rock climbing, alpine tower high ropes course, stand up paddle boarding, and zip lines.  (715) 757-2938 or 888-813-8524.

 

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Hot Air Balloon Rides

** Majestic Balloons in Ripon.  (920) 748-3464

 

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Parasailing

** Wisconsin Water Wings in Ephraim. (Door County)  (920) 854-9000

 

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Wind Surfing / Kite Surfing

** Wind Power Windsurfing & Kiting Center in Fond du Lac.  (920) 922-2550

 

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Ziplining

** Lakeshore Adventures Zipline in Baileys Harbor  (920) 839-2055

** Door County Adventure Center in Sturgeon Bay  (920) 746-9539

** NEW Zoo & Adventure Park in Green Bay  (920) 434-7841

** Gravity Trails in Egg Harbor  (920) 854-9292

 

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Scuba Diving

** Green Bay Scuba teaches classes and has scuba diving trips to Door County. 920-498-8499

** Maritime Divers in Manitowoc.  920 629-1246

 

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Sky Diving

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Northeast WI Drive In Theaters

Northeast WI Drive In Theaters

  • Posted by: admin
  • 18 April,2019

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It’s time to put down those electronics and pick a warm Wisconsin night to enjoy a movie outside under the stars!  Grab those kiddos and head to a Drive-In Theater.  Go back to a simpler time, where old fashioned fun is back in style.

Lets all relive some fond memories and create new ones by visiting one of the following treasured drive-in movie theaters this summer!

Here are the 4 that you will find around Northeast WI:

 

 

🎥 Field of Scenes in Freedom.  This Drive In has 2 movie screens, 2 basketball courts, 2 volleyball nets, a new mini golf course, Swing set area, there is a full bar & grill, a concession stand and concession trailer.  They do not supply any equipment/balls so please make sure to bring your own.

Opening Date: May 3rd

Admission:  $7 for an Adult (12 and older), $3 for 11 and under.  This is for both movies. For movie tickets the ticket booth takes CASH ONLY!

Gates open at 6 and close at 10.  Screen one fits the first 300 cars and screen two fits the first 250 cars.  Come early because this is first come, first serve only!

Dogs: Yes you are allowed to bring your dog as long as they are on a leash and you clean up after it.  Absolutely no pets allowed in any of the buildings.


 

🎥 Moonlight Outdoor Theater in Shawano.  This Drive In has 1 movie screen that shows a double feature! They have concession stands and do allow carry ins as well.  There are no extra activities for kids before the movies so bring a frisbee or football to play around. Cash and Credit Card are accepted.

Opening Date: Opening May 17th

Admission: $8.00 for Adults and Seniors, $3.00 for Children

Gate Opening time varies, but it’s usually about an hour before the first movie and fits an unlimited amount of cars.


 

🎥 Skyway Drive In Theatre in Fish Creek.  This Drive In has one movie screen showing double features.  There is a play area with a slide, swings, teeter totters, etc.There is a Snack Bar featuring foot-long hot dogs, pizza, nachos, popcorn and more. (FYI: This Drive In is CASH ONLY!)

Open weekends in May, September, and October. Nightly June through Labor Day. Opening Day is May TBD and fits about 250 cars.

Dogs are allowed as long as they are on leash.


 

🎥 Chilton Twilight Drive In Theatre offers one movie screen.  There is an arcade, swing set, basketball hoop and even movieland mini golf ($3/person)! , concessions, mini golf and more. There are no carry ins but you can enjoy their Movietyme pizza that is made fresh to order with garlic toast and breadsticks. There are even brat and burger frys during special events! Cash and Credit Cards are accepted.

Opening May 10th, 2019.  Open Fridays and Saturdays through Memorial Day and then Wednesdays thru Sundays through Labor and back to weekends through October.

Admission:  $4/children 11 & under, $6/adults for the First Show/Double Feature.  Come to the late show for only $4/person.

Gates open at 7pm and fits 200 cars!

 

ENJOY THE SHOW NORTHEAST WI…….

 

Speedway Racing in Northeast WI

Speedway Racing in Northeast WI

  • Posted by: admin
  • 10 April,2019

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Northeast WI offers 7 exciting speedway race tracks! You will love everything from the roar of the engines to the speed and hairpin turns right to the checkered flag! There is nothing quite like race day for a first time fan or a veteran of the track.

Find a race track below closest to you and visit one or all 6 of them this Summer!

 

 

🏎️ 141 Speedway in Francis Creek.  Stock-car racing on a high-banked, clay oval track with events on Saturday nights.  Season Opener is April 20th, 2019. Grandstand Admission:  $12/Adults,  $10/Students & Seniors,  10yrs and under free on weekly racing nights.

🏎️ Luxemburg Speedway is a 1/3 mile dirt track located in Luxemburg. Opening night is May 3rd, 2019 with weekly classes of IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Northern Sport Mods, IMCA Stock Cars, Street Stocks & 4-Cylinders. Grandstand Admission: $12/Adults,  $10/Seniors,  $8/Teens (13-18) and kids 12 and under are Free.

🏎️  Outagamie Speedway is a 1/3 mile banked clay oval at the Outagamie County Fairgrounds in Seymour. Season Opener is May 10th, 2019. Admission is Adults 16+/$12.00, Seniors 60+/ $9.00, Students 12-15/ $9.00 and 11 and under are Free.

🏎️ Shawano Speedway is a semi-banked, 1/2-mile clay oval at the Shawano County Fairgrounds.  The weekly races include IMCA Sport Mods, IMCA Mods, IMCA Stock Cars, Late Models, and Mighty 4’s. Grandstand Admission:   $10.00/Adults,  $5.00/Teens,  $2.00/Child (Children 11 & under are free with paid adult) Season opener is April 13th, 2019.

🏎️ The Hill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay is a 1/3 mile clay oval. The weekly races will include Sport Mods, Stock Cars, Street Stocks and Enduro.  Season Opener is May 18th, 2019.  Grandstand Admission is $12 with 12yrs and under being free.

🏎️ Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna offers Drag Racing and Stock Car Racing.  Stock Car Racing Season Opener is May 23rd, 2019. Please click on their name to find their schedule of events and ticket prices for Oval track racing and Drag racing!

🏎️ Road America in Plymouth offers a variety of different racing and events all Summer!  Please click on their name to see everything they offer and all additional info!

🏎️ Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway is now closed!

Life is a Zoo, Visit one….

Life is a Zoo, Visit one….

  • Posted by: admin
  • 08 April,2019

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Northeast WI has several Zoos and Petting Zoos to take the family to!  Check out the following list and take some road trips this summer to check a few of these out!

(Did we forget one? Please let us know at northeastwiactivities@gmail.com and we will be happy to add it to our list).

 


 

NEW Zoo & Adventure Park, 4378 Reforestation Road in Suamico.

  • April 1st through May 31st and September 1st through October 31st :  Daily 9am-6pm.
  • June 1st through August 31st: Daily 9am-8pm.
  • November 1st through March 31st:  Daily 9am-4pm.

Regular Admission Rates –  FREE for Children (2 and under), $6 Children (3 to 15), $9 Adults (16+), $6 Seniors (62+), FREE for Zoo Pass Members.  Admission fees are HALF-OFF from 6-8:00 p.m. on Wednesdays in June, July, and August.

The miles of trails, picnic areas, trout ponds, and animal exhibits provide fun and enjoyment for the whole family. Guests who ride the Zip Line will stand at the top of the observation tower, just south of the zoo’s main entrance building, and see a good portion of the animal exhibits and lush habitat.

Open 7 days per week, 365 days per year, the NEW Zoo is an awesome place to escape the mundane and embark upon a fun-filled day “on the wild side” of things.

Feed the Giraffes – 10am to 1pm and 2pm-5pm (this does cost money).

The NEW Zoo’s Adventure Park, located adjacent to the NEW Zoo on Brown County Reforestation Camp land, consists of three exciting components: the Dual “Racing” Zip Lines, the Aerial Adventure Course, and the Climbing Tower.

 


 

Special Memories Zoo, W7013 Spring Rd in Greenville, WI.

May 2019 through –TBA–     The hours are Monday – Saturday 9am-6pm and Sundays 10am-6pm.  (Closed on Rainy and Stormy Days)

Admission Rates: Under 24 months: Free, 2-5 years: $5.50, 6-12 years: $7, 13yrs and above: $9 and ​Train Ride: $3

We have a large variety of animals from large to small. Come get up close and personal with your favorites. While you visit you can take a train ride through Badgerland Trails to see and learn about all of our Native Wisconsin animals. Bring  picnic and spend the day.

 


 

Menominee Park Zoo, 520 Pratt Trail in Oshkosh, WI.

May 4th – Sept. 29th from 9am-7pm and Admission is FREE!

Being open seasonally, the majority of the zoo animals are leased, allowing a different variety each year. As the Zoo continues to grow and improve, several major, permanent exhibits are planned. These exhibits will house native species and the animals will reside here all year. Three permanent exhibits are complete they are the Wolf, Elk, and Otter exhibits.

 


 

Manitowoc Lincoln Park Zoo, 1215 N. Eighth St. in Manitowoc, WI

Free Admission!  7am-7pm (Memorial Day thru Labor Day)

Spring: April 1 – Memorial Day and Fall: Labor Day – October 31 – Monday thru Saturday 9am-5pm.

The zoo has just under 200 animals, including black bear, bald eagle, cougar, lynx and others. It is situated along the Little Manitowoc River and provides a deck for viewing ducks, geese, sandhill cranes, and many other birds that gather along the river.

 


 

Animal Haven Farm Zoo, N1720 Bucholtz Rd. in Weyauwega, WI

Admission: Free under 2yrs., 2-5 is $6.00, 6-12 is $8.00 and 13 to Adult is $10.00

Open 7 days per week 10:00am – 7:00pm May 1st through September 30th and Open weekends April, October, and November 10:00am – 7:00pm

Animal Haven covers 30 scenic acres of trees, ponds and open areas.
We are a “Walk Through Zoo” featuring over 100 different species of animals ranging from small chickens to an 800 pound Tiger!

 


 

Bruemmer Park Zoo, E4280 County Road F in Kewaunee, WI.

Admission is FREE!  Feel free to donate to the zoo while you are there.

Open from 7am until sunset year round.

The park features a small zoo with many animals native to northeastern Wisconsin. The park has wooded trails and borders the Kewaunee River.

 


 

DeYoung Family Zoo, N5406 County Road 577 in Wallace MI.

The Zoo will open for the season on May 4th.

Zoo Admission Prices: Adults: $12 (Age 16 – 65), Seniors: $10 (Age 65 and older),  Children: $8 (Age 5 – 16) Free (Age 4 and under)

A Petting Zoo is available. You will find various types of domestic barnyard critters.  Feed can be purchased at the zoo to feed the animals. Feed Prices:
Bucket of Feed: $5.00 or Cup of Feed: $1.00

This is not a big city zoo, step out of the box, away from the concrete jungle and come along on a new journey. You will love the natural setting filled with amazing animals from around the world. Large natural habitats, education through hands-on experiences, as well as up close and personal family fun!

 


 

Mulberry Lane Farm, W3190 County Rd. B in Hilbert, WI

Opens May 1st. Mondays: Closed – Most days are 10am-3pm but please check the schedules/dates/times right here.

Admission: $13.00 per person ages 2 to 92 (13.50 if using a charge card), FREE – Children up to 24 months are free.

Admission fee is all inclusive. Included are the children’s pony ride, your hayride, milking the cow, grain to feed the goats…and all the fun farm activities. You even pick your own FREE pumpkin in the fall.

Each person is encouraged to have first hand experience by touching all of our animals. Kids especially love our pony rides, hayrides and learning to milk a cow. You’ll also enjoy the farm as you learn things you never knew about farm animals including cows, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits, geese, donkeys and more! Touch, feed and experience these incredible animals close up as they become your teachers.

Spring comes alive with the birth of all the baby farm animals. Summer is a delightful time to pack a picnic lunch & enjoy in our old fashioned picnic & playground area. In Fall our famous Pumpkin Patch is stocked full and ready for you and your family to pick your own FREE pumpkin!

 


 

Glacier Ridge Animal Farm, N9458 Ridge Road in Van Dyne, WI

Farm Admission — Admission is $8.00 and 2 and Under: Free.
Developmentally and Physically Disabled are Free of Charge.

May – October —–Friday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (weather permitting)

Come and spend a day where the buffalo roam! Head down the trail and begin your journey of animal discovery. Visit all of our farm friends including the pigs, goats, ducks, geese and chickens. Be sure not to miss our exotic friends, especially the camels. Behold the splendor of Elk and Deer. Experience the sight of Water Buffalo, Watusi Cattle and an array of exotic and domestic animals, reptiles and birds. Then, head up to the north pasture and see the magnificence of the Great American Buffalo.

 


 

The Farm, 4285 Hwy 57 in Sturgeon Bay, WI

Open daily 9am-5pm – Memorial Day Weekend through Mid-October

Rates: Adults (13 and over) $8.50, Children (3-12) $5.00, Children 2 and under FREE

The Farm is a delight for people of all ages. As a living museum of rural America, it is a blending of cultural, historical, agricultural, ecological, recreational and educational values. Every year, The Farm virtually explodes with newborn and new-hatched creatures. Goat kids, piglets, foals, calves and lambs are born throughout the season; chicks hatch everyday in the observation incubator. Be sure to check the stork report in the lobby.

 


 

Plum Loco Animal Farm, 4431 Plum Bottom Rd. in Egg Harbor, WI

Memorial  Weekend – Labor Day Sunday, Daily 9:30am-4:30pm (closed Wednesdays).

Admission Prices-  Adults – $8, Kids 2-17 are $6.75, Seniors are $5.75 and Groups of 8 or more are 15% off.

Stop in and feed the animals, play at the Farm Village with the kids and try your hand at some of the puzzles or yard games.

 


 

 

Date Night/Day Ideas

Date Night/Day Ideas

  • Posted by: admin
  • 26 December,2018

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Over the course of a relationship, date nights go through many stages: from romantic and adventurous to cheap and stuck-in-a-rut.  We’ve all been there! It’s hard to carve out that extra time on a regular basis for each other but having fun, trying new things, connecting and quality time are all necessary for a successful relationship.

So, whether your relationship is new or you have been together for a while, these are refreshing and fun ideas that you can enjoy together throughout the year! Do you have an idea for our list? Email it to northeastwiactivities@gmail.com.

 


 

✨ Dinner & a Movie – a classic idea!

 

✨ Bowling –  There are bowling alleys all over our area! Add in some food, drinks and a little wager and it makes for a great date. ?

 

✨ Comedy Club – We have three great ones around Northeast WI.  Oshkosh gives us the Backlot Comedy House, De Pere gives us Comedy City and Appleton has Skyline Comedy Cafe, all great for some big belly laughs and snorts!!

 

✨ Breweries – Northeast WI has an quite the history of making and drinking beer.  Check out a brewery and find out more!

 

✨ Wineries – Find a great list right on our website of area Wineries!

 

✨ Sports Games – We have some phenomenal area sports teams that love our support and are much cheaper than a Packers Game Ticket!  Check out the Green Bay Blizzard, the Green Bay Gamblers, the Wisconsin Herd, the Timber Rattlers, the Fox Cities Ice Dogs, the DePere Deacons or the Green Bay Bullfrogs!  All great teams to watch throughout the year!

 

✨ Drive In Theaters are a perfect summer night out and you can find one in Door County, Chilton, Shawano and Freedom!

 

✨ Fishing – something you can do all year round! (Free Fishing weekends are January 19-20, 2019 and June 1-2, 2019)

 

✨ Escape Rooms are the new and trendy thing and FUN!  There is one in Appleton. There are two in Green Bay, Escape Room Green Bay and Green Bay Escape. One in Oshkosh and Manitowoc.

 

✨ Volunteer Together! It can help you reduce stress, combat depression, keep you mentally stimulated, and provide a sense of purpose.  It will improve your health and happiness and we all need more of that!

 

✨ Horseback Riding – Saddle up and take in the beautiful scenery of Northeast WI. It’s a great way to enjoy a date!

 

✨ Hike a Trail in Northeast WI, we have plenty to choose from.

 

✨ Check out a Concert – We have plenty of big names that come to our area all year long.  Sometimes spending that extra money to see one of your favorite singers is well worth the experience and creates priceless memories.

 

✨ Go to the Beach!  During those hot summer days, pack up the cooler with snacks and drinks and head to a local beach and relax.

 

✨ Theaters are a great night out.  Add a dinner before or after the show and you have a great date!

 

✨ Picnic at a Park is a simple but significant way to spend a date.

 

✨ Create & Paint – Want to learn how to paint or create something specifically you?  Check out our list of area art places.

 

✨ Local Music or Karaoke is always a popular date night!

 

✨ Shooting Range – There are indoor and outdoor ranges all over Northeast WI and are a great self confidence builder.

 

✨ Take a Dance Class – Step outside the box and learn something new.  This is a great idea to help rekindle the romance…

 

✨ Skiing – Explore a ski hill, then cozy up in a comfy resort and have some hot cocoa.

 

✨ Tubing/Sledding Hills – Enjoy the exhilaration of flying down a hill together!

 

✨ Take a Yoga/Exercise Class, it’s a great way to motivate and encourage each other and it’s gets those endorphins going….you know those good endorphins!

 

✨ Take that date to an Art Gallery and enjoy the conversations that the different art pieces bring.

 

✨ Barlow Planetarium – Take in the night sky under the dome! Very romantic.

 

✨ Go to a Zoo – Life is already a zoo, that’s why we should all take an hour or two and visit one.

 

✨ Check out a local Museum and take in the history that it offers.

 

✨ Netflix and Chill – Get some delivery, make some popcorn or snacks and grab the remote. Snuggle into each other and binge watch some movies or get caught up on a favorite TV show.

 

✨ Go out for Ice Cream!

 

✨ Strawberry Picking in the Summer is a great time to slow down, enjoy the day and some fresh strawberries.

 

✨ Learn all about Maple Syrup in late winter/early spring.  There are always workshops or classes that will be available.

 

✨ Apple Orchards in the Fall are another time to slow down and enjoy the act of picking apples and just being together and maybe baking some new apple recipes.

 

✨ Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes make for a great date in the fall.

 

✨ Give your date day/night a little challenge with a session of Paintball.

 

✨ Test your Smarts at Trivia Night.  Go at it as a team or take a chance and battle each other.

 

✨ Ice Skating is always a fun date idea especially when holding hands gliding across the ice is involved.

 

✨ If skating outside isn’t your thing, then try some Roller Skating.

 

✨ Cave Exploring in the Summer and Fall is exciting.  Just be ready to get a little dirty together.  Check out the caves in Maribel or in Chilton.

 

✨ Farmer’s Markets are a great way to spend time together and help support your local community.

 

✨ Community or High School Plays are a great date night and you are helping support the community theater and local schools.

 

✨ Try to find some new old treasures at the local Flea Markets in our area.

 

✨ We are always looking for that one piece that is going to be worth millions, so why not take that special someone with you and look together at Estate Sales or Auctions.

 

✨ Explore one of the many lakes or rivers in a Kayak or Canoe.  Just don’t forget the sunscreen.

 

✨ Add some Adventure to your date and try something new in Northeast WI.

 

✨ Go to a Driving Range and hit some Golf Balls, take on some Mini Golf or try the real thing and head to a local Golf Course! ⛳

 

✨ Since we live in Northeast WI, there are opportunities to take some factory tours of cheese plants or even the farms where that milk came from.

 

✨ Check out some Real Estate Open Houses. Always fun to dream about the future or get ideas for the next remodel.

 

✨ Check out our Calendar of Events and find even more things to do for a date night/day idea!