Home of Wisconsin's Largest Weekly Flea Market

Nestled on the banks of the Fox River, Princeton provides a myriad of diversions for its visitors. The area is a haven for those looking to relax and unwind in a pleasant, peaceful environment. Rich in natural resources, Princeton provides a bonanza for the outdoor enthusiast who will find Princeton and its surrounding areas abundant with natural resources, streams, and lovely landscapes. Fishing, canoeing, cycling, camping, and many other forms of outdoor recreation are readily available for the naturalist. In addition, Princeton boasts a downtown filled with eye-catching architecture and rich history. There are many delightful shops and restaurants where the visitor can while the day away. Princeton is minutes away from Green Lake, Lake Puckaway, and White Lake, and just a short drive on picturesque country roads from dozens of other lakes and trout streams.

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Browse “Wisconsin’s Largest Weekly Outdoor Flea Market” while you’re in Princeton. Enjoy shopping, food, refreshments and visits with great friends. Featuring over 180 booths every week, our market is held every Saturday April thru October in our tree-shaded City Park, and it attracts thousands of shoppers weekly. Admission and parking is FREE, and you’re certain to find yourself a bargain. In addition to the weekly flea market, there are quaint shops with unique merchandise, comfortable restaurants with sumptuous menus, and breathtaking natural resources, we also hold several festivals throughout the year.

The Princeton Historical Society invites you to step back in time. Visit Stone House Museum, the Warnke Building, or take a guided walking tour of the downtown. You will come to cherish our beginnings and understand why we are what we are today. Take in some art and culture, by visiting the areas galleries and Thrasher Opera House. Quaint, warm, old fashioned, they’re all words visitors use to describe our downtown business district. People coming from more urban areas enjoy being surrounded by the history of our well cared for older architecture and unique signage. The nostalgic feeling they get is one of the reasons they’re coming back to see us again and again. Orchards, roadside stands and farmers markets sell the best of what nature has to offer during the growing season. Capture the “just picked” freshness of fruits and vegetables.

Princeton is located in the heart of Wisconsin’s finest deer, duck, and goose hunting country. The area is a delight for watching wildlife. Hiking trails are nearby, and three major public wildlife refuges are within a short drive. Hundreds of species of birds can be seen, and you can even visit a bison ranch just north of town. Swimming, boating and canoeing, horseback riding, fine dining, and cross-country ski and snowmobile trails are all available in the area. Four fine golf courses, along with several driving ranges and miniature golf courses, can be found within ten miles of downtown. Bicycling enthusiasts can choose from over 150 miles of mapped biking routes on eight back-road tours that begin in downtown Princeton. The routes, which range from 8 to 34 miles, and from flat to quite hilly, will take you through some of the most beautiful countryside in central Wisconsin.

Princeton Chamber of Commerce Office

708 West Water Street, PO Box 45 Princeton, WI 54968
Phone: (920) 295-3877 Email: [email protected] Fax: (920) 295-4375

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