The City of Peshtigo and the surrounding area abound in places to see and things to do. From the bounty of our natural wonders, to the celebration of the rich history of the area, there is much to spark your interest. Opportunities for camping, boating, fishing, and sightseeing added to tours of our many area museums will make your stay as relaxing, informative, or invigorating as you choose it to be. Our natural beauty coupled with the friendliness of our small town atmosphere will make your stay enjoyable and, we hope, keep you coming back for more.

Camping and Recreation:

Badger Park


Peshtigo River

Farther Upstream

Hiking and Canoe Trails

Peshtigo Fire Museum

The Peshtigo Fire Museum is housed in the first church built after the fire in 1871. It contains a few artifacts from the Peshtigo Fire and many artifacts from the colorful history of our City. Located at 400 Oconto Avenue in Peshtigo it is open from Memorial Day through October 8th hours are 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily and guided tours available. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. More information is available by calling or writing:

Peshtigo Fire Museum 
P.O. Box 26 
Peshtigo, WI 54157 

Other Resources

Check the Events calendar for City celebrations

The Peshtigo Chamber of Commerce schedules events and has tourism information.

The Peshtigo Harbor State Wildlife Area has many opportunities for outdoor recreation.

The nearby City of Marinette has attractions to offer.