Kewaunee RV & Campground has 74 sites, including 50 full hook-up sites, twelve tent sites, and four cabins. The campground has 24-hour restrooms and showers. Additional amenities include heated pool, mini golf, playground, game room, laundry room, convenience store, pull
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.
This family owned and operated facility has 100 campsites including group areas, primitive sites around the lake, cabins that sleep up to four, numerous seasonal sites and many other sites with plenty of shade or great views of the lake. Maple View also has a pavilion for group gatherings, a
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
Heritage Farm is conveniently located right on Highway 42, just south of downtown Kewaunee. It was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the agricultural-based heritage of Brown, Door, Kewaunee, and Manitowoc Counties. If you catch it
The first range lights were installed in Kewaunee in 1891. The current square lighthouse resembles the Holland Lighthouse and was first lit in 1931, and few changes have been made since. The white, red roofed structure is steel-frame constructed and covered with quarter inch steel plate