The 5 Best Things to Do in Oconto, United States

January 1, 2018 Stefan Strunk

Oconto is a city in Oconto County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 4,513 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Green Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is located partially within the town of Oconto.
Restaurants in Oconto

1. The Ruins Adventure Mini Golf

150 Howard Ln, Oconto, WI 54153-1974 +1 920-373-2261
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5 based on 15 reviews

The Ruins Adventure Mini Golf

18-hole miniature golf course features Mayan theme & tropical landscape. Thatched roof palapa covered waterfall flows into a stream where you encounter many water hazards. Two ponds and fountains fill the air with sounds of water. Great venue for events with bright colored chairs and beachy decor. 9 holes ada compliant and wheelchair accessible. Constructed by leading mini golf company in world

Reviewed By Schneebes17

My Girlfriend and I stopped with my 2 kids (Ages 8 and 6.) We all had a blast! Very clean, very well kept course. With beverages available for purchase. Prices were great! We enjoyed it so much we decided to play it twice! And the owners are super nice people on top of it.

Outstanding Family Fun! You have to stop here and enjoy it yourself. We will be back soon!

2. North Bayshore County Park

500 Bay Rd., Oconto, WI
Excellent
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4 based on 5 reviews

North Bayshore County Park

Reviewed By bikerbuddy - Green Bay

This county campground starts taking reservations online the 1st of January. Holiday weekends fill up fast. So if you are from out of town traveling through, it may be tough to get a spot. Sites are very large and accommodating. Lots of trees and open spaces to enjoy the sun and play. Also a nice play ground area for the kids. This campground is located off the bay of green bay with a channel and boat launches right in the campground. It can get windy at times. Site one has been known to get wind blasts out of nowhere taking down many awnings. Most other sites are more forgiving. The price is like twenty some dollars a nite including water and electric. Has dump station on site with no fee for paid camping. Also has bathroom and showers. If you like to fish bring your boat and poles. This area is known for great perch and Walleye fishing.
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3. Beyer Home Museum

917 Park Ave, Oconto, WI 54153-1641 +1 920-834-6206
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Beyer Home Museum

Reviewed By gwgross1 - Phoenix, Arizona

Main Street has a wealth of historic residences dating to the 1860's. This museum is one of them set aside for tourists to enjoy.

4. Copper Culture Park

Mill Street, South of SR 22, Oconto, WI +1 920-492-5836
Excellent
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3.5 based on 9 reviews

Copper Culture Park

Reviewed By WhereBenhasbeen - Appomattox, VA

We arrived at opening time of 11am and the museum was closed up tight. About 11:15 the docent arrived to open it and set off the alarm which brought an officer. An exciting beginning to our visit.
It is a small museum which offers insight into the discoveries of early native peoples who used copper implements. The exhibits are not very polished, but they are interesting to someone who knows little about this 2500BC culture and the burrial ground located at this park. The docent was very nice and knowledgeable. It ended up being a good visit.

5. Oconto River State Trail

Hwy 22 and Copper Culture Road, Oconto, WI
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1 based on 1 reviews

Oconto River State Trail

Reviewed By SpiketheBiker - Black River Falls, Wisconsin

This should be the "where is the" Oconto River Trail, as you never see the river. For Biking this trail is far too rough for much less than a Mountain Bike and borderline for a hybrid, which is what I ride. There is no surface to it, it is generally one track through the woods, two in some places, but very rough. The grass and weeds on the trail hide the numerous chipmunk holes. If I had not needed this trail to complete the list of Wisconsin State Bike Touring Trails, I would have turned around after one mile.

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