Area Schools
Area Communities





Little Chute


City of Appleton

City of Neenah

City of Menasha

Town of Menasha

Outagamie County

Winnebago County

Calumet County

Area Attractions
The Fox Cities area is located in northeastern Wisconsin.  An area rich in history, original settlement in the area dates to the early 1820's, when members of the Oneida Nation moved to the area from New York State. Growth increased by the 1830's with settlement of what would become today's towns, villages and cities.  The Fox River flows through the region, terminating in Green Bay to the northeast.  Many of the original communities settled along the river, with surrounding area having an agricultural flavor.  Growth is evident throughout the communities, including industrial, commercial and residential.  There are a number of incorporated communities in the area, including the Cities of Appleton, Neenah, Menasha, and Kaukauna, the Villages of Little Chute, Kimberly, Combined Locks and Hortonville, and a number of urban townships including Grand Chute, Greenville, Menasha, Harrison and Buchanan (known as Darboy)
Fox Cities Performing Arts Center

Lawrence University

University of Wisconsin Fox Valley
Weis Earth Science Museum
Barlow Planetarium

Fox Cities Children's Museum

Grignon Mansion/Outagamie County
Historical Society Museum

Thousand Island Nature Preserve

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers-Class A
farm team of the Seattle Mariners

Fox River Mall

Fox Cities Visitor and Convention Bureau

City of Appleton Library

City of Neenah Library

City of Menasha Library

Hearthstone Historic House Museum

High Cliff State Park

Ledgeview Nature Center

Calumet County Park

Town of Grand Chute
W.E.Smith Realty, Inc.
Town of Buchanan

Town of Harrison

Town of Greenville