The Beyer Home was built in 1868 and is believed to be one of the first brick homes in the county. The original structure was Italianate-style, but it was later remodeled into a Queen Ann style home with wrap-around porch and three-story tower room. The home was placed on the National Register of
Copper Culture State Park is a 42-acre property on the site of a prehistoric cemetery of the Old Copper Complex people. The Park has walking and hiking trails along the Oconto River, fishing and picnic areas and a museum. The Copper Culture Trail is an approximately one-mile-long off
Sohr’s Harbor Shores offers transient or seasonal boat slip rentals for boats up to 28’. All dockage includes private showers and restrooms, boater’s lounge, dockside electricity and water and free vehicle parking.
Copper Culture Trail is a 3-mile paved walking and biking trail winding around the Oconto River. The trail connects Copper Culture State Park to the city of Oconto via an underpass tunnel under Interstate 41. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trail