The Oneida Nation is a sovereign government that has been located along the Duck Creek for nearly 200 years. The Oneida Nation Reservation covers 65,000 acres in east-central Wisconsin. Oneida is home to a beautiful environmental mix of forested rural areas, some farmland and a corner of the community nestled at the edge of Green Bay and De Pere.
Oneida is a reservation that is home to the Oneida Nation, caretakers of their lands which include many public properties. Scenic walking, biking and running trails are connected with surrounding communities. We are proud of the progress we’ve made to restore protected areas that protect and sustain wildlife such as eagles, wild turkeys, foxes, bears, pheasants and many indigenous plants.
The Oneida Nation is one of the largest employers in the area. Oneida owns and operates several businesses which include the Oneida Casino adjoined by the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center which is the largest tourism destination on the Oneida Reservation. There are seven Oneida Convenience Stores; the Oneida One Stop on Packerland and Larsen Road also houses the Oneida Market which features a variety of Oneida and natural, organic-based products including Oneida Black Angus Beef and Bison meat.
The first owned Native American Bank in Wisconsin is Oneida’s Bay Bank. Also owned and operated by the Oneida Nation are Oneida ESC Group, Oneida Airport and Hotel Corporation which includes the Radisson and Wingate, Anna John Residential Community Care Center, Oneida Nation Orchards and Oneida Nation Farms.
Thornberry Creek at Oneida
A smoldering view
A natural beauty
An active tour
The Three Sisters Longhouse
HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE
- The Oneida Casino offers hours of great gaming entertainment 364 days a year. A stone’s throw away is a high stakes bingo hall for daily sessions of playing bingo for high stakes jackpots.
- Oneida Tourism includes the Oneida Nation Museum and Amelia Cornelius Culture Park which are historical walks through the culture and history of the Oneida Nation. The museum is the largest repository of culture and history of the Oneida people. The Amelia Cornelius Culture Park is a walking experience where you can see how the Oneida people lived before European contact and through the early 1800s in restored log cabins.
- For golf enthusiasts Thornberry Creek at Oneida is a top rated 27 hole golf course with a lavish clubhouse.
- The Annual Oneida Pow wow held over the 4th of July, is one of the largest most colorful cultural gatherings held annually on the reservation. Three days of cultural experiences of dancing, singing, drumming and a variety of food booths and all native arts and crafts are available.