Winnebago County boasts a wealth of lakes, streams and rivers, quiet woods, winding trails and wide-open spaces forabundant recreational opportunities during all four of Wisconsin’s unique seasons. Scenic waterways cover almost one-quarter of the county, making the area a sought-after boating and fishing destination.
Some of the more unique offerings within the county parks system include a cross-country skiing trail, snowshoe trails, snowmobile trails, the Tribal Heritage Crossing and a historic archaeological site. Multi-purpose recreational trails are available year-round for outdoor enthusiasts to hike, bike, horseback ride, jog, walk dogs and snowmobile, including the Loop the Little Lake that links three communities via trestle trails
Oshkosh, the county’s largest city, stands as a bustling hub of activity, is renowned for its rich aviation history, and hosts EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, one of the world’s largest gatherings of aviation enthusiasts. It is also home to University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, offering bacherlor, master and doctor degree programs to 14,000 students each year.A popular destination includes Historic Downtown Neenah, offering a charming array of shops, restaurants and gathering spaces, including the enchanting Gateway Plaza Ice Skating venue.
Learn more about Winnebago County:
• Winnebago County Tourism
• Winnebago County Profile