Kayaks, canoes and paddle boards available to rent throughout the summer. Located on the beautiful Ahnapee River in Algoma, WI. Hang out, play games, relax, meet friends… there’s always something to do by The River!!
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Red Barn Corn Maze LLC
More than just a corn maze, you can spend hours of family fun on our farm playing games, picking pumpkins, and meeting the animals! Open Fridays and Saturdays, September 17 – October 30. Saturdays 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Sundays 12:00 am – 6:00 pm The main attraction: The Corn MazeFind your way through our Read more
Bruemmer Park and Zoo
Bruemmer Park Zoo features a small zoo with many animals native to northeastern Wisconsin. The zoo is on an eight-acre site within the 30-acre Bruemmer County Park. The park has wooded trails, a playground, and picnic area with grills, restrooms. With free admission, the zoo is open year-round daily from 7 a.m. – sunset. Read more
Historic Walking Tour & Murals
Take a leisurely stroll through town and treat yourself to a brief history of some of the more prominent buildings in Algoma, complete with photos as they were originally built. Pick up a brochure at the Algoma Visitor Center, 1226 Lake st. or download a copy here.
Fire and Rescue Memorial
About 300 names mark the granite walls, the names of all the men and women who have voluntarily given their time, to keep Algoma safe since 1874. The monument cost about $90,000, all of that money came from donations. The memorial is along highway 42, overlooking the lake in Downtown. Read more about the Algoma Read more