The Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway is made up of the Fox and Lower Wisconsin Rivers. This area is rich in history, demonstrates the diverse range of topography resulting from the differing geological pasts, and offers visitors unique opportunities to enjoy the natural resources that make the area special. The parkway stretches across 15 counties from Wisconsin’s east coast to the west. All along the diagonal route, the expansive selection of ways to enjoy the area either by land or water are sure to please every member of your family.
This area is very historically significant, and the parkway follows the route taken by Marquette and Joliet whose exploration opened the door for development and settlement of the region. Explore the history and beauty of the area along the Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway for your next family outing.
EAA Rare WWII Nose Art Exhibit
November 11 - December 31
More than 30 pieces of nose art from actual World War II combat aircraft made their first-ever trip outside their home museum, with the EAA AirVenture Museum...