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Camping

Wolf River Trips & Campgrounds
E8041 Cty Trunk X
Phone: (920) 982-2458
www.wolfrivertrips.com

Camping, swimming, tennis, volleyball, game room, bar & grill.  Tube, kayak, and canoe trips on the Little Wolf River.

Fishing

Johnny's Little Shop of Bait
1205 W. Wolf River Avenue
(920) 982-4802
www.thelittleshoppeofbait.com

Full service bait shop next to Riverside Park boat landing.  Call Johnny's for the latest in fishing and ice updates!  For ice fishing, always follow safe ice fishing rules.  Have a great day fishing on New London's rivers!

New London Fish & Game Club
N5433 Old Highway 45
(920) 982-3180
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Fish and game club offering members trap shooting, skeet shooting and a rifle / pistol range.  Members can compete in the winter and / or summer trap leagues.  In addition, the club raises pheasants for the annual fall pheasant hunt.  Dogs are welcome on these hunts.  Host club of Big Whopper Weekend held annually in April at Riverside Park in New London.

Quiver n' Minnow
N3748 Cty Hwy T (Mill St.)
(920) 982-9660

Indoor video archery range, bar room with big screen TV, and bait supplies.

Golf

Shamrock Heights Golf * Eat * Drink * Banquet * Cater
N5525 Old Hwy. 45
Phone: (920) 982-9993
www.shamrockheightsgolf.com

The course’s beautifully landscaped 18 holes include both traditional and links style with a par 70.  There is a practice range and practice green.  Junior and adult golf lessons are available.  Call ahead for your tee time or to reserve the dining and bar facility for your next outing or meeting.

Entertainment / Recreation

Grand Cinema Theatres
208 Wolf River Plaza
Phone: (920) 982-4920
www.grandcinematheatres.com

Four big screens that include the historic Grand Opera House Theater.

Heritage Historical Village
900 Montgomery St.
Phone: (920) 982-8557
www.historicalvillage.org

Tour a collection of unique historic buildings of a past era and view vintage railroad cars and an engine.

His Way Events
405 E. Cook St.
(920) 858-8079

Coordination of family based Christian events.

Mosquito Hill Nature Center
N3880 Rogers Rd.
Phone: (920) 779-6433
www.mosquitohill.com

Inside the center you will find a selection of natural history displays, exhibit areas, an art gallery, a library, an auditorium, and classrooms.  Outside there is a butterfly house that is open on a schedule from July through August, an observatory that is open during scheduled events, and trails.  Located just two miles East of New London off of Highway S.  

New London Aquatic and Fitness Center
815 Washington St.
Phone: (920) 982-8524

www.newlondonwi.org/departments/aquatics_and_fitness_center.php

August 2017 Pool Schedule

Indoor pool, whirlpool, outdoor children's splash pad, multi-purpose weight room, swimming lessons, and aquacize.

New London Lanes
106 E. Wolf River Avenue
Phone: (920) 982-4982
www.HilbysNewLondonLanes.com

Bowling, pool tables, video arcade, food, and bar.

New London Park & Recreation Department
215 N. Shawano St.
Phone: (920) 982-8521
Call for upcoming programs.

www.newlondonwi.org/park_and_recreation.htm

Provides many programs for various age groups. Get an activity guide.

New London Public Museum
406 S. Pearl St.
Phone: (920) 982-8520
www.newlondonwi.org/museum

Museum Hours:
      Tuesday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
      Wednesday - Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
      Saturday - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Weyauwega Arts Organization
136 E. Main St.
Weyauwega, WI 54983
Phone: (920) 867-4888
www.wegaarts.org

Wolf River Theatrical Troupe
P.O. Box 212
Phone: (920) 982-3062 - General Information
Phone: (920) 982-6060 - Ticket Sales
www.wrtt.org

Produces a regular schedule of plays and theatrical performances.

Tourism Links

Trails

Mosquito Hill Nature Center
N3880 Rogers Rd.
Phone: (920) 779-6433
www.mosquitohill.com

Three miles of developed hiking trails includes several prairie trails and a loop to the top of Mosquito Hill where there are inspiring scenic overlooks.  A .6 mile trail is paved for wheelchair access. During the winter snow season there are five miles of snowshoe trails and one un-groomed cross-country skiing trail.  (All trails are closed during deer hunting season).

Wolf River Sturgeon Trail
Cty Hwy X
www.newlondonchamber.com/sturgeontrail.html

1/2 half mile paved trail along the Wolf River west of New London on hwy X.  A great place for fishing.  View sturgeon, up to 6 feet long, spawning for only a couple of days in late March or in April after the water temperature has reached 50 degrees.  Contact us for updates or to have your name added to the spawning notification listing.

Tubing, Kayaking, and Canoeing

Dragonfly Paddlers LLC
W 7861 Morgan Ave.
Shiocton, WI 54170
(920) 205-4096
www.dragonflypaddlers.com
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Canoe and kayak rental

Wolf River Trips & Campground
E8041 Cty Trunk X
Phone: (920) 982-2458
www.wolfrivertrips.com

Tube,  kayak, and canoe trips on the Little Wolf River.  Campground staff will shuttle you to a starting point up river.  You then leisurely float your way back down river to the campground beach.

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