Neenah has so much to offer and it all starts with your stay at the Best Western Premier Bridgewood Resort Hotel. Here are some interesting things to see and do while in Neenah.
Neenah is home to a manufacturing facility, the Neenah Foundry, that provides the entire world with their manhole covers. If you have ever taken a quick look down as you’re crossing the street, you have likely seen a manhole cover crafted right here in our very own city. Just downtown on Main Street, there are three located for you to check out and see one of Neenah’s claims to fame.
Home of the Green and Gold. Stomping grounds for some of the NFL’s greatest icons both past and present. Lambeau is must-see when visiting Neenah as it is only a short drive up I-41.
EAA Aviation Museum
The EAA Aviation Museum in Oshkosh, is a museum dedicated to the preservation and display of historic and experimental aircraft as well as antiques, classics, and warbirds. The EAA puts on an air show every summer that people come from around the world to experience. A breathtaking air exhibit that allows pilots to put their talents on display for thousands of people to see, EAA’s air show is a must-attend event.
Parks and Trails
The City of Neenah has 367 acres of developed park land to go along with 7,478 feet of shoreline. Neenah prides itself on being a community devoted to staying connected to the outdoors, as their paved and unpaved trails wind in and out of the city.
Platform Tennis & Pickleball
The fastest growing sports in America. Having the only platform tennis courts north of Madison located at the Ground Round in Neenah, platform tennis is a hybrid sport that mixes elements of tennis, racquetball and pickleball together to make one rousing sport sure to get you working up a sweat and having fun in no time. And because the outdoor courts are heated, you are able to play platform tennis during the winter months. Guest can also play pickleball on the courts!
Other than cheese, what else is Wisconsin known for? Beer. Miller Park is home to the professional baseball team Brewers. About an hour and a half drive down I-41 to MIlwaukee, visitors can take in an afternoon of warm sun, cold beer and great baseball. Like trips to Lambeau,the Ground Round does two bus trips a year for guests that takes them down to Miller Park to watch nine innings of Brewer baseball.
Visiting Neenah and staying at Bridgewood can lead to having an excellent time. Especially now that you have some ideas of what you can do to embrace the culture of the Fox Valley and Wisconsin as a whole. While staying at the Bridgewood, we urge that you take advantage of the locally owned and operated Ground Round, enjoy delicious food and cocktails. Visit the Ground Round website to see what we have to offer. Hope to see you soon!