Waushara County, created in 1851 from Marquette County, means “big fox.” The county seat is Wautoma. Located in central Wisconsin, just 87 miles from Green Bay, it boasts 96 lakes, more than 150 miles of trout streams and a variety of parks. Waushara County is completely rural with not one city/village having a population larger than 2,500.
No matter what the season, there is something for everyone in Waushara County. With multiple Lakes and Trout streams fishing is always an option. Depending on the season, there is boating, skiing, snowshoeing, cross country, golfing, hiking, and much much more.
Enjoy the water – Fish, Boat, Camp
Lakes and Streams of Waushara
Hiking/Biking – Trails for all levels
Live Performance Art
McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center
Golf – Major courses include:
Two Oaks, Waushara Country Club, Mascoutine, and Lasonia
A County Fair to Be excited about
Waushara County Fair
Waushara Marathons – Jailbreak, Reach the Peak, Autism Run/Walk
Paint Ball, Laser Tag, Disc Golf
(Memorial Day through Labor Day)
Big Dog Adventure