Located 10 minutes outside of Green Bay, Wequiock Falls is a gem hidden within the heart of Northeastern Wisconsin.

Stemming from the Ojibwe word "wikkway" meaning bladder, Wequiock Falls is located right next to Highway 57 north of Green Bay. After exiting off the highway heading west, the parking lot for the falls is immediately available after your turn. Just a short walk from there, visitors can make their way down to the base of the stream leading from the falls and trek onto the walkway to get closer to the base. Visitors can walk behind the falls (in winter or summer). The parking lot also has a picnic area.

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Activities Hiking
Skill Level Beginner
Season Year Round
Features
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Picnic Area
Scenic

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