Outagamie County, situated in the heart of the New North, is known for its vibrant communities, diverse landscapes, and rich cultural heritage. The county’s mix of fertile farmlands, rolling hills, and the meandering Fox River, providing a scenic backdrop for residents and visitors. With its abundant green spaces and well-maintained parks, Outagamie County offers a host of outdoor recreational activities, including hiking, biking, fishing, and boating, allowing nature enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the beauty of the surrounding environment.
The county’s urban destinations, such as Downtown Appleton, feature diverse local businesses, unique restaurants, and cultural attractions. Appleton is known for its vibrant arts and music scene, with the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, Trout Museum of Art and the History Museum at the Castle serving as popular destinations for both residents and tourists. The huge variety of annual events and festivals, including the celebrated Mile of Music festival, reflects the county’s commitment to fostering a sense of community and inclusivity. Outagamie County is also home to award-winning liberal arts college and music conservatory Lawrence University.
Learn more about Outagamie County:
• Outagamie County Tourism
• Outagamie County Profile