Ten Great Things to See & Do in the Green Bay Area Before The End of Summer

Summer is slipping away, but there’s still time for what you might call your “Summer Bucket List” ~ Some great things to see and do before the crisp breezes of Autumn begin to blow!

In no particular order, we suggest the following:

The NEW Zoo & Adventure Park  ~ THE regional destination that inspires appreciation and stewardship of wildlife and the natural world.

Green Bay Booyah Baseball ~ Last Home Game of the Summer is August 11th!

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary ~ 600-acre municipal urban wildlife refuge

Green Bay Botanical Garden ~ A nonprofit botanical garden located at 2600 Larsen Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Bay Beach Amusement Park ~ The park contains rides, concessions, a roller coaster, and a food pavilion.

Heritage Hill State Historical Park ~ Heritage Hill provides an educational and interactive experience that encourages visitor awareness, understanding, and appreciation of its diverse regional history of people’s cultures and industries.

Brown County Reforestation Camp ~ Almost 1,600 acres located in Brown County, Wisconsin, it has many trails and picnic areas.

National Railroad Museum ~ Founded in 1956, by community volunteers in Green Bay, the National Railroad Museum is one of the oldest institutions in the United States dedicated to preserving and interpreting the nation’s railroad history.

Children’s Museum of Green Bay ~ Hands-on children’s museum featuring exhibits on science & art, plus separate toddler areas.

AND – The Good Old Family Picnic ~ In a local park, or even in your own back yard with family, friends, and neighbors!

However you decide to enjoy and celebrate these last weeks of Summer 2019, The Green Bay News Network hopes that you and your family will be happy and healthy, and ready for Fall!