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attractions & oddities

resources

 

 

 

1

Peshtigo Fire Museum & Mass Grave

 

location:  Peshtigo
museum

      

A mural inside the museum depicts life before, during & after the fire.

"On the evening of October 8, 1871 the worst recorded forest fire in North American history raged through Northeastern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, destroying millions of dollars worth of property and timberland, and taking between 1,200 and 2,400 lives...Although the town was completely destroyed, many items weathered the fire's intense flames, and now these artifacts are preserved in the Peshtigo Fire Museum. Within this former church building rest various articles such as watches, books, coins and aged photographs - all antique pieces that tell the city's history.  Nearby in the museum's cemetery lies a mass grave site where approximately 350 unidentified fire victims were laid to rest after the calamity. The site is marked by a stone monument and a metal plaque..."
- section from Peshtigo Fire website


Also listed in the Paranormal section below.

The mass grave, located next door to the museum. 

  400 Oconto Ave.
Peshtigo, WI  54157
(715) 582-3244

                     

hours:
Memorial Weekend thru first week of October
(daily)  9am - 4:30pm
 

Information about the fire
www.peshtigofire.info

Peshtigo Times
www.peshtigotimes.com

Roots Web
www.rootsweb.com

Peshtigo Chamber of Commerce
www.peshtigochamber.com

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Roadside America
www.roadsideamerica.com

Uncommon Days
www.uncommondays.com

Tri-County Points of Interest
www.fmmarinette.com

book:
"Roadside America"
by Mike Wilkins & Ken Smith & Doug Kirby
Fireside / Simon & Schuster (2nd ed., 1992)
page 170
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book:
"Oddball Wisconsin"
by Jerome Pohlen
Chicago Review Press, Inc. (2001)
pages 169 - 170

buy it at Amazon.com
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book:
"Great Little Museums of the Midwest"
by Christine Des Garennes
Trails Books (2002)
pages 43 - 45

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

book:
"The Wisconsin Story: 150 Stories/150 Years"
by Dennis McCann
Journal Sentinel Inc (1998)
pages 144 - 145
buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

2

Big Chicken Statue

 

location:  Marinette
roadside oddity

The original home of the big chicken statue, Ellis' Big Chicken Restaurant, has closed forever.  The 7-foot-tall rooster is now located in front of a gas station.

  City Limits BP (next to Riverside Auto Sales)
N3900 Highway 180 (corner of County Road T & Hall Ave.)
Marinette, WI  54143
(715) 735-0720

Roadside America
www.roadsideamerica.com

 

3

Giant Buffalo & Giant Cow Statues
at Steenberg Homes

     

 

location:  Peshtigo
roadside oddity

Steenberg Homes left town and took with it the oversized bison and bovine.

UPDATE:  Both statues have reportedly moved to the Green Meadows Manufactured Home Community in Fond du Lac (Fond du Lac County).

  was at: 591 Maple Street
Peshtigo, WI  54157
(715) 582-3919

New Low
www.newlow.org

Thom.org
www.thom.org

 

4

Logging Sleigh & Horse Display
in front of Marinette County Historical Museum

 

location:  Marinette
roadside oddity

"This is a typical load of 10,000 board feet of logs, as harvested during the lumber boom, about 1888.  The logs were marked and piled at the river's edge.  In the spring they were floated down the Menominee River to the various booms of the thirty saw mills located here."
- section from plaque located next to display

  Stephenson Island (on Highway 41 at the Menominee River)
Marinette, WI  54142
(715) 732-0831

Also listed in the History section below.

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

New Low
www.newlow.org

 

5

Corny Acres Corn Maze

 

location:  Wausaukee
crop labyrinth / maize maze

  W7826 Nejedlo Rd.
Wausaukee, WI  54177
(715) 856-5436

Corn Mazes America
www.cornmazesamerica.com

 

 

 

natural feature  /  altered landscape

resources

 

1

Bull Falls
on the Pike River

 

location:  Amberg
waterfall

"...take Highway K east of Highway 141.  Go about 1/4 mile on K to the power lines.  Park in the power line right-of-way and take a short walk north to the river.  A path takes you a short distance down river to the falls."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about mile east of Amberg on the Pike River off of Highway K

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
pages 58 - 60

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

2

Smalley Falls
on the Pike River

 

location:  Pembine
waterfall

"To reach Smalley Falls, head north on Hwy. 141 to Morgan Park Road and watch for a sign indicating the turnoff to the falls.  The turnoff goes to a small grassy parking area where a walking trail leads to the falls."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 4 to 5 miles northeast of Pembine on the Pike River off of Morgan Park Road

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
page 51

buy it at Amazon.com
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3

Long Slide Falls  (50 feet high)
on the Pemebonwon River

 

location:  Pembine
waterfall

[From Smalley Falls...] "Continue on Morgan Park Road to a sign showing the turnoff to Long Slide Falls.  A paved parking area is provided.  The falls is about a 1/4 mile walk on a nice walking trail.  The falls drops about 50 feet through unique rock formations.  It's a magnificent scene."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 4 to 5 miles northeast of Pembine on the Pemebonwon River off of Morgan Park Road

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

Go Waterfalling
gowaterfalling.com

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
pages 52 - 53

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

4

McClintock Falls
on the Peshtigo River

 

location:  Amberg
waterfall

"The falls is a series of rapids with bridges for exceptional views."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 15 miles west of Amberg on the Peshtigo River, in McClintock Park off Parkway Road

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
page 74

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

5

Piers Gorge
on the Menominee River

 

location:  Pembine
waterfall

"...you must take Highway 8 into Michigan to reach Piers Gorge.  Once across the river, watch for signs.  Take a left at the sign.  It's about a 1/2 mile walk to Pier's Gorge."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  on the Menomonee River about 9 miles north of Pembine off of Highway 8

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

 

6

Strong Falls
on the Peshtigo River

 

location:  Amberg
waterfall

"The falls, located on the Peshtigo River, are beautiful and are in a Marinette County Park with picnic areas, campsites and playground. It's a great place for pictures with the large rock backgrounds and attractive Falls."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 15 miles west of Amberg in Goodman Park off Goodman Park Road

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
pages 66 - 67

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

7

Twelve Foot Falls

Eight Foot Falls
on the Pike River

 

location:  Pembine
waterfall

"From the north, Take Lily Lake Road south off of Highway 8, and follow signs to Twelve Foot Falls Park.  From the east, take Beecher Lake Road off of highway 141 to Smeester School Road.  Take a left to Trout Haven Road and a right on Trout Haven to Twelve Foot Falls Road. "
- section from Marinette County Official Site

"Located just down the river from the Twelve Foot Falls, the easiest way to reach Eight Foot Falls is to walk through the park's campground to a short trail that leads to the falls. The Pike river tumbles over a bouldered ridge into a wide, picturesque pool."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 8 miles southwest of Pembine at Twelve Foot Falls County Park off 12 Foot Falls Road.

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
1. 12 Foot Falls
2. 8 Foot Falls

book:
"Dennis McCann Takes You For A Ride"
by Dennis McCann
The Guest Cottage Incorporated (1999)
pages 28 - 31
buy it at
Amazon.com
buy it at
Barnes & Noble.com

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
pages 60 - 62

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

8

Eighteen Foot Falls
on the Pike River

 

location:  Pembine
waterfall

"The best way to reach Eighteen Foot Falls is to go north on Twelve Foot Falls Road as you leave Twelve Foot Falls Park.  Take the second sand road to the right and drive or walk about 1/2 mile to a small parking area.  Follow the path to the beautiful Pike River and the awesome Eighteen Foot Falls."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 8 miles southwest of Pembine at Twelve Foot Falls County Park off 12 Foot Falls Road.

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Go Waterfalling
gowaterfalling.com

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
pages 60 - 61

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

9

Veteran's Falls

Three Foot Falls
on the Thunder River

 

location:  Crivitz
waterfall

"Located on the Thunder River, Veteran's Falls is located west of Crivitz just off of the southern end of Parkway Road.  Steep slopes lead to a wooden bridge and the falls...While in this area, stop to see the High Falls Dam which creates the beautiful 1,700 acre High Falls Flowage."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  From Crivitz, head west on County Road W for 10 miles.  Turn right (north) onto Parkway Road.  Continue for 3 miles until the Veteran's Memorial Park entrance.

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
1. Veteran's Falls
2. Three Foot Falls

book:
"Dennis McCann Takes You For A Ride"
by Dennis McCann
The Guest Cottage Incorporated (1999)
pages 28 - 31
buy it at
Amazon.com
buy it at
Barnes & Noble.com

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
pages 68 - 69

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

10

Horseshoe Falls
on the Pike River

 

location:  Amberg
waterfall

"From Twelve Foot Falls Park take Twelve Foot Falls Road south of Trout Haven Road to Forest Road 510 (FR510).  Take FR510 about 1/2 mile to the turnoff to the falls (watch for sign).  This turnoff leads to a small parking area where a walking trail leads to the falls."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 8 miles west of Amberg on Pike River

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
page 63

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

11

Dave's Falls
on the Pike River

 

location:  Amberg
waterfall

"A beautiful County Park on the Pike River, just south of Amberg on Highway 141.  The park includes two waterfalls with unique rock formations. In addition to the scenic Falls and rock formations..."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about -mile south of Amberg off of Highway 141 on the Pike River in Dave's Falls County Park

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Crivitz Recreation
www.crivitzrecreation.com

Chappee Rapids Audubon Society
www.chappeerapidsaudubonsociety.org

Michele's World
michelesworld.net

Go Waterfalling
gowaterfalling.com

Turtle Track
Myths and Legends of Wisconsin's Waterfalls
www.turtletrack.org

book:
"Wisconsin Waterfalls"
by Patrick Lisi
Prairie Oak Press (2000)
pages 55 - 56

buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

12

Carney Rapids & Four Foot Falls
on the Pike River

 

location:  Pembine
waterfall

"From the north (Hwy. 8) take Old County Road A to the south approximately 2 miles to the first bridge.  Carney Rapids is just to the west of the bridge and can be viewed from the road...Just north of the bridge at Carney Rapids is a small dirt road to the east.  Take this road (you can walk or drive) about 1/2 mile to a small grassy area where you can park.  A short walk along a path to the south (right) takes you to the falls."
- section from Marinette County Official Site

  about 8 miles west of Pembine on Pike River off of Old County Road A

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

 

13

"Halfway North" Marker

 

location:  Beaver, 6 miles south of Crivitz
geo- graphical marker

A stone marker along the highway indicates the crossing of the 45th Parallel.

  on west side of Highway 141, 3/4 mile north of Beaver

Minnesota Museum of the Mississippi
www.mnmuseumofthems.org

Roadside America
1. www.roadsideamerica.com
2. www.roadsideamerica.com

Geology of Wisconsin
www.uwgb.edu

Roadside America
www.roadsideamerica.com

 

 

 

sighting  /  phenomenon  /  morbid curiosity

resources

 

1

Thunderbirds of Thunder Mountain

 
  creature
/
Indian lore
location:  Crivitz



"Now regarding the Thunder Mountain in the western part of Marinette County: Thunder is a large bird like an Eagle, only much larger. And when this bird was created it was made to have power in order to defend us from the great serpents, who wanted to kill and eat the human race. It was also to moisten the earth for vegetation. Thunderers, we call these great birds. One of them is called Chequah. And the mountain we call Bikwaki, so Thunder Mountain is Chequah Bikwaki."
- section from "Wisconsin Lore" & The W-Files story

  From Crivitz, head west on County Road W for about 15 miles.  Turn right (north) on Caldron Falls Road.  After 2 miles, turn left (west) on Thunder Mountain Road.  Follow for another 3 miles to Thunder Mountain.

The W-Files
www.w-files.com

Loren Coleman
(scroll down 2/3 of the page)
www.lorencoleman.com

book:
"Wisconsin Lore"
by Robert E. Gard & L.G. Sorden
Heartland Press (1962, 1987)

pages 45 - 46, 186 - 187
buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

general information:

Mysterious World
www.mysteriousworld.com

Poplar River First Nation
poplarriverfirstnation.ca

Thunderbird Site List
1. www.angelfire.com
2. www.angelfire.com

 

2

Hunters Encounter Bigfoot  (1992)

 
bigfoot
location:  Crivitz

"I flashed my flashlight in its direction and got a reflection from a set of eyes, which weren't the usual color of a reflection for deer, bear, raccoons, or opossums (all animals have a unique color that their eyes reflect at night when flashed with a bright light). The eyes seemed to be seven to ten feet high."
- section from BFRO incident report

  10 miles northwest of Crivitz

BFRO (Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization)
www.bfro.net

 

3

Coleman UFO Sightings

 
UFO
location:  Coleman

"At first I thought it might be a shooting star, but it was faster and dropped straight down, an uncommon movement for a star."
- section from UFO Wisconsin 07-01-01 report

UFO Wisconsin
www.ufowisconsin.com

 

4

UFO Spotted From Deck

 
UFO
location:  Athelstane

"It then proceeded to travel in a NE direction without sound or regards to gravity."
- section from UFO Wisconsin report

UFO Wisconsin
www.ufowisconsin.com

 

5

"Sight Flying Object Near Armstrong Creek"  (1980)

 
UFO
location:  Armstrong Creek

"...'I was scared so I shimmied up a tree. The thing was about two feet around, like an oversize softball, with flame colored light flashing back and forth at treetop level. I've seen a lot of things but I never saw anything like that.' "
- section from UFO Wisconsin report

UFO Wisconsin 
(scroll to bottom story)
www.ufowisconsin.com

 

6

Ghost in Flowing White Dress

 
ghost
location:  Porterfield

"She claims one room of a house to be hers and has woken people up from sleep to ask what they are doing in her room."
- section from The W-Files report
The W-Files
www.w-files.com

 

7

Pembine UFO Sightings

 
UFO
location:  Pembine

"The strangest thing was the absolute silence of the frisbee-shaped craft, estimated to be slightly larger than an automobile. After hearing the initial whining noise, Ross said he opened the window to listen, but heard only the noise of distant traffic on Highway 8 as the UFO hovered soundlessly over the swamp."
- section from UFO Wisconsin 02-26-82 report

UFO Wisconsin
www.ufowisconsin.com

 

8

Devils Lake

 
hellish moniker
location:  Crivitz

The Weird Wisconsin website ponders the multitude of Devil-related place names in Wisconsin

Weird Wisconsin
www.weird-wi.com or archived (here)

 

9

Bigfoot Tracks Discovered  (1999)

 
bigfoot
location:  Crivitz / Athelstane

"At one point the tracks came within 20 yards of his parents cabin. The average stride was 5-61/2 feet, and in some instances much greater."
- section from BFRO incident report

  15 - 20 miles northwest of Crivitz

BFRO (Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization)
www.bfro.net

 

10

"Ghosts of the Peshtigo Fire"

 
haunted
location:  Peshtigo

In the book "Northern Frights", author Dennis Boyer tells of the large variety of spirits left over from the 1871 conflagration.

In the book "Spooky Wisconsin" is author S.E. Schlosser's description of the fire told to a child who has observed a ghastly specter.

book:
"Northern Frights"
by Dennis Boyer
Badger Books (second ed., 2005)
pages 150 - 153
buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

book:
"Spooky Wisconsin"
by S. E. Schlosser
Globe Pequot Press (2008)
pages 81 - 88
buy it at Amazon.com
buy it at Barnes & Noble.com

 

11

Black Fire Balloons of the Peshtigo Fire

 
    unexplained phenomena
location:  Peshtigo

"There were several strange phenomena that accompanied this fire, one was the large black objects resembling a balloon which revolved with great rapidity, advancing along the periphery of the fire.  When these objects struck a tree or a house they would burst with a loud report and fire would stream out in all directions.
Mr. Laurance had one of the finest farms in the lower sugar bush and as the fire approached he took his wife and three children into the center of a large field.  An eye witness tells of seeing them huddled together when one of these balloon like objects landed in their midst, bursting into flames and wiping out the entire family"

- section from sign in cemetery next to grave

  marker & grave are in the Peshtigo Fire Cemetery,
next to the Peshtigo Fire Museum

Peshtigo Fire Museum listed in the Attractions section above.

University of Wisconsin Libraries
www.library.wisc.edu

American Heritage
www.americanheritage.com

Roots Web
"Survivor Stories of the Peshtigo Fire"
www.rootsweb.com

 

 

"Ghosts of America" Haunted Location Reports
(take with a grain of salt)

 
ghosts
location:  statewide

The reports on this site are presumably fiction, using random Wisconsin place names in the stories listed there.  Even so, you might get a kick out of reading them.

"The spirit of a gentleman with a pentagram cut into his foot has regularly been witnessed trying to locate a bag by Wright Slough."
- section from Ghosts of America website

Ghosts of America
www.ghostsofamerica.com

 

13

McClintock County Park

 
haunted
location: Amberg

"Many years ago people were murdered in the park and you can hear unexplained noises in the woods. People have taken pictures there and have come to see all kinds of orbs in them."
- section from The Shadowlands website

  about 15 miles west of Amberg on the Peshtigo River, in McClintock Park off Parkway Road

The Shadowlands
www.theshadowlands.net

Wisconsin Paranormal Investigation Team (WIX)
www.hauntedwi.com

 

14

Phantom Car of Bagley Road

 
haunted
location:  Marinette

The WIX website details some of the alleged paranormal incidents that have taken place here.

  Head 4 miles west of Marinette on Highway 64.  Turn right onto Bagley Road.

Unexplained Research
www.unexplainedresearch.com

Wisconsin Paranormal Investigation Team (WIX)
www.hauntedwi.com

 

15

Old School House

 
haunted
location:  Crivitz

The WIX website details some of the alleged paranormal incidents that have taken place here.

  N 104 South Street
Crivitz, WI 54114

Also listed in the History section below.

Unexplained Research
www.unexplainedresearch.com

Wisconsin Paranormal Investigation Team (WIX)
www.hauntedwi.com

 

 

 

taste of local history

resources

 

1

Amberg Historical Museum

 

location:  Amberg
museum

"The Amberg Museum takes visitors through Amberg's industrial and farming history, which includes exhibits on granite quarrying, logging, and domestic life of the late 1800's. Displays also feature town photographs and documents."
- section from Explore Wisconsin website


  W9289 Nutt Rd. (County Highway V)
Amberg, WI  54102
(715) 759-5281

                

hours:
Memorial Day thru Labor Day  (Fridays)  1pm 4pm
 (Saturdays)  10am 4pm

Official Site
www.amberghistory.org

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Tri-County Points of Interest
www.fmmarinette.com

 

2

Marinette County Historical Museum

Logging Museum

 

location:  Marinette
museum

"Journey back to 1856 to the beginning of Marinette's logging era, a time when the tall pines helped start the construction boom of some of the largest Great Lake cities. Exhibits within the museum include a miniature replica of a 19th century logging camp; artifacts of the Native American tribes that lived along the Menominee River; a tribute to "Queen Marinette", the first woman to own a trading post in Marinette County; and other memorabilia from the community."
- section from Explore Wisconsin website

Also listed in the Attractions section above.


  Stephenson Island (on Highway 41 at the Menominee River)
Marinette, WI  54142
(715) 732-0831

                

hours:
Memorial Day thru September
(Mon - Sat)  10am 5pm  /  (Sundays)  Noon 4pm

Official Site
www.marinettecountyhistory.org

Tri-County Points of Interest
www.fmmarinette.com

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Portal Wisconsin
www.portalwisconsin.org

Journal Sentinel Online
article "These twin cities have their own stories" or (here)

 

3

Crivitz Historical Society Museum

 

location:  Crivitz
museum

"Step back in time and see how early Wisconsin settlers and industrialists lived. Museum exhibits include Native American artifacts, logging and farming tools and equipment, and musical instruments. In addition to these wonderful collections, the historical society has collected 19th century furniture, linens and materials to authentically re-create a typical kitchen, parlor, schoolroom, general store and physician's office just as it would have looked in the late 1800's."
- section from Explore Wisconsin website


Also listed in the Paranormal section above.


  N 104 South Street
Crivitz, WI  54114
(715) 854-3278

                

hours:
Memorial Day thru Labor Day  (Mon - Sat)  Noon 4pm
CLOSED Sundays

Marinette County Official Site
www.marinettecounty.com

Tri-County Points of Interest
www.fmmarinette.com

 

More Marinette County historical attractions listed at:

Explore Wisconsin

                      

Marinette County Official Site

 


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