Located in central Wisconsin, just 87 miles from Green Bay, Waushara County boasts 100 lakes, more than 150 miles of trout streams, 7,000 acres of public hunting and fishing, and 12 county parks. With multiple lakes and trout streams, fishing is exceptional here. Depending on the season, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy boating, skiing, snowshoeing, cross country, golfing, hiking, and much more.
The area’s historical sites, such as the World War II Memorial in Wautoma and the Richford Historical Society Museum, offer insights into the region’s past and heritage, offering a chance to gain a deeper understanding of Waushara County’s unique history and cultural significance. Throughout the year, the county hosts a range of festivals and events that celebrate local traditions and bring the community together, fostering a sense of camaraderie and unity.
Learn more about Waushara County:
• Waushara County Tourism
• Waushara County Profile