Travel made easy

This is your time to explore. We make it easy to spread your wings.
Image courtesy of the Village of Ashwaubenon.

Traveling is convenient when you are centrally located in the United States. With many interstates nearby, it’s easy to hit the road, whether for business or leisure. Greater Green Bay is located just a few hours’ drive from some of the Midwest’s most popular places to visit.

  • Door County, WI   45 minutes
  • Milwaukee, WI    2 hours
  • Madison, WI    2.5 hours
  • Wisconsin Dells    2.5 hours
  • Chicago, IL    3 hours
  • Minneapolis, MN    4 hours

Looking to travel out of state?

Our centralized location offers the ease of day trips to many destinations outside of Wisconsin.

  • Indianapolis, IN    6.25 hours
  • St. Louis, MO    7.5 hours
  • Nashville, TN    10.5 hours
  • Niagara Falls, NY    12 hours
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park    12.25 hours
  • Mount Rushmore    13 hours

Why not fly?

Enjoy the benefits of having an international airport right in Green Bay. If your idea of traveling by air involves packed parking, long lines at check-in, and lots of lead time, we have a time-saving solution for you.

Flying from Greater Green Bay’s Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB) offers fast and easy access on American, Delta, United, Sun Country and Frontier airlines to these popular hub cities for a spot of fun, and on to international destinations, if desired:

  • Atlanta
  • Chicago
  • Denver
  • Detroit
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Fort Meyers
  • Minneapolis
  • Orlando
  • Phoenix
  • Tampa

Austin Straubel International Airport

Northeast Wisconsin is its own destination

While we are close to everything, you may discover there’s more to explore than you thought possible right in your own backyard! From beaches that feel like oceans to breathtaking waterfalls to scenic bike trails that go on for miles. We have skiing, snowmobiling, skating and sledding. You can attend the world-famous EAA fly-in at the Experimental Aircraft Association in Oshkosh and still be home in time for dinner. There is so much to do so close to home that you may realize that being a “homebody” isn’t so bad after all!
Photo courtesy of Jamila Seaton.
“The biggest thing that was a surprise for me that helped make the transition easier is that Green Bay isn’t as isolated as I thought it would be. It has a much bigger reach than I expected, with many big corporations headquartered here! It’s actually a great spot to be in—a good hub from east to west. That’s the appeal of the Midwest for me, from a traveling perspective."
Jamila Seaton