Known as the “City Rebuilt from Ashes,” Peshtigo was the site of the worst fire in North American history. Today, the city offers a popular museum where visitors can learn more about that 1871 fire that claimed at least 1,200 lives. In addition to resources dedicated to educating current generations about the city’s history, Peshtigo is a great place to enjoy northern Wisconsin’s great outdoors. Camping, fishing and hiking are just a few of the ways to enjoy your visit.
Peshtigo Historical Day
Firetower walk/run. Parade with main events at Badger Park. Live music, craft booths, food, balloon jumping equipment and games all day. Day is sponsored by...
Cedar Cabin on the Peshtigo River
Natural romantic setting nestled in a quiet stretch of the Peshtigo River. This excellently maintained 1920s built Log Cabin has the feeling of yesteryear with...
We now have new queen size beds in all the rooms. Wireless internet is a must for business people, along with cable TV, microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee...
Destination: Marinette County
Things to Do
The Marinette area offers visitors a unique, laid-back experience. Find out more about this hidden gem of a county tucked into the northeastern corner of the...