Tour a World War II tugboat! The tug participated in the D-Day invasion of Normandy by towing ammunition barges across the English Channel. It then assisted with harbor operations in Cherbourg, France until being sent to Plymouth, England until the end of the war. The Corps of Engineers
A charming Lake Michigan shore community of about 3,000, Kewaunee bears equal proximity to both Door County and Green Bay. The stunning, deep water harbor invites you in to a spirited community with a rich history, plenty of amenities, and seasonal activities for all. Kewaunee’s marinas boast
The Marquette Historic District is a distinctive residential neighborhood in the heart of Kewaunee. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the district consists of 43 homes and a school built in the late 1880’s through the early 1900’s by some of Kewaunee’s most prominent
Selner Park Beach is a beautiful sand beach overlooking the Kewaunee Pierhead Lighthouse. There is a volleyball net in place on the beach during the summer months. The park also has a playground and restroom facility above the beach.
Winter Park in Kewaunee is the area’s most popular park for winter recreation, offering skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing. The snow tubing hill has five lanes approximately 450 feet long with a vertical drop of 70 feet. Riders are taken to the top of the hill by a Magic Carpet, a standing
The world’s tallest Grandfather clock welcomes you as you enter downtown Kewaunee. The 35' 10" tall grandfather clock was designed by Richard Kohrt, owner of Svoboda Industries at the time, as a way to promote his newly named business as well as attract additional tourists to Kewaunee