The Ahnapee State Trail in northeastern Wisconsin offers a tour of waters on the Door Peninsula, with scenic views of the Fox River and its tributary, Duck Creek. From the Newton Blackmour State Trail junction, you can take the Duck Creek Trail on Vanderheuvel Road, located east of the town of Seymour. The Duck Creek Trail at the southern end of Packerland State Park is located north of Lake Michigan, south of Green Bay. Through a small farming community with about 1,000 inhabitants it leads from Packersland over pastures, with a few small farms and a few small towns along this route.
The Oshkosh - Neenah Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes the cities of Osh Koshka, Green Bay and Neenah, is the largest metropolitan area in the state of Wisconsin with a population of about 2,000.
According to the 2010 census, 6,700 families lived in the city, 53.8% were married couples living together, 33.1% were non-family and 9.8% had a housekeeper and husband. 35% of households had children under 18 living with them and 33% had no children at all. Median income per family was $55,329, and median income per household in this city was $45,773. More than half of the residents of Osh Koshka, Green Bay, and Neenah live below the poverty line, including more than two-thirds of those with incomes below $25,000 a year.
The racial makeup of the city is a mix of whites, blacks, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans and Hispanics. The population is distributed: 12.5% are 65 years or older, 12% under 18 years, 9.2% 18-24 years, 7.6% 25-34 years, 5.4% 35-54 years and 4.3% 65 and older.
There are 10,198 housing units in the city with a median income of $50,000 or more per year, and 11,313 of these are in low- and middle-income households with incomes of less than $25,500 per month.
Since Census 13 in 2000, 6,578 families live in the city with incomes of less than $25,500 a month or a median income of $50,000.
The Downtown Trail, also known as the River Trail or Riverwalk Trail, and the East River Trails, which wind for just over 6 miles.
Kimberly - Clark was founded in Neenah and maintained significant activities there until its headquarters moved to Irving, Texas, in the 1980s. This is where Plexus, a developer and manufacturer of electronic products, also operates technical and manufacturing plants in the city.
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The hotel is connected to the Wissota Chophouse, where you can enjoy craft beer and juicy steaks. If you're looking for something more adult - friendly, visit College Avenue and watch the shows, or visit the Wisconsin Performing Arts Museum and Wisconsin Performing Arts Center to see some of the best art and music from across the state and beyond. Enjoy the outdoors in many parks, including Erb Park and Pierce, and explore the Building Kids Badger Sports Park with your family.
Take the Lake - to - Lake Bike Trail, start on the Baird Creek Trail and continue south on Lake Street to the Wissota River Trailhead.
The Kohler Memorial Drive Path is a straight, asphalted path that borders Kohler Memorial Drive. It runs along a strip of smooth asphalt that winds through a reed stream, with a short stretch of asphalt road on both sides.
The Harbor View Trail is located in a former track bed that now shares an overhead line. The Lakefront Cycle Path, located on Sheboygan's South Pier, starts at Indiana Avenue and connects to the Boardwalk Pier. The area was designated by the government in 1835 as a place for public transport, recreation and recreation.
The Bannerman Trail is a 1.5 km cycle path along a former railway corridor that follows the former railway tracks from the southern communities of Sheboygan and Manitowoc to the northern part of the city.
The Devil's River State Trail stretches for more than 14 miles and connects Appleton and Kaukauna, both connected by the busy County Highway CE. The Devils River Trail, a 1.5-kilometer cycle path along a former rail corridor, connects Appleton's Kauai with the state's busiest highway.
Whether you want to see the nearby entertainment of Neenah or Appleton or discover some fun things, this convenient location is the closest to everything the area has to offer. With just minutes away from Interstate 94 and a short drive to Kauai, the locations in the state are unparalleled.