Kewaunee County

Kewaunee County’s landscape is generally undulating to gently rolling. The county has a total of 331 square miles, making it the 65th largest out of 72 counties. It lies on a limestone rock layer known as the Niagara escarpment, which drops sharply toward Green Bay while sloping gently across the county to Lake Michigan. Glacial action was responsible for the outstanding topographic feature, a scenic kettle moraine belt that runs through the central part of the county. This belt extends, almost continuously, southward to Walworth County on Wisconsin’s southern boundary..

Kewaunee County has two excellent golf courses that are open to the public for recreation near Algoma. The Alaskan Golf Club located on Hwy 42 between Algoma and Kewaunee offers 9 holes of golf along with the Yukon Mini Golf course for a fun filled family outing. Northbrook Country Club offers 18 holes of golf on a beautiful course in Luxemburg, 15 minutes west of Algoma on Hwy 54 & County A. Known as the salmon and trout capital of the Midwest, Algoma boasts a strong and vital charter fishing industry along with manufacturing plants that produce everything from hammocks to labels, doors to mops.

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Kewaunee Area Convention & Visitor's Bureau

812 56th Street • Kewaunee, WI 53140
Phone: (262) 654-7307 or (800) 654-7309

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