In New London, the Mosquito Hill Nature Center borders the Wolf River. Don’t let the name fool you; the center is more about butterflies than mosquitoes. In July and August the center’s unique Butterfly House features hundreds of live Wisconsin butterflies in a large screened enclosure filled with native plants.
Fishing? You’ll catch the big one if you...
Go to Johnny's Little Shop of Bait and talk to the expert River Rat, John Faucher. He is quite a story teller, so get ready to be entertained while learning the "ins and outs" of the Wolf River System. John is not shy about sharing his knowledge of the Wolf and the city of New London.
Don't leave without tasting...
The authentic Mexican food at our newest eatery - El Tequila Mexican Restaurant & Cantina. You'll love the food and won't be able to resist the fabulous homemade margaritas.
Mark these events on your calendar:
Every March, the City of New London officially changes its name to New Dublin in honor of the strong Irish heritage of many area residents. Be sure to attend the weeklong Irish festivities which culminate with the St. Patrick's Grand Parade & Irish Fest.
Only have one day to play here?
Be sure to go to Wolf River Trips & Campground for tubing, canoeing or kayaking on the beautiful Little Wolf River. Thousands of people make an annual trip to enjoy the beauty of the river and their awesome facilities just outside of New London.
Top photo opportunity is...
Mosquito Hill Nature Center. You will find 430 acres adjacent to the Wolf River with developed and natural trails for walking, hiking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. They also have natural history exhibits, hands on displays, an art gallery and a seasonal butterfly house. They also offer endless classes and events sure to please all ages. Mosquito Hill is nature at its best.