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Ledgeview is a small town in Northeast Wisconsin.


Ledgeview was established in 1839 as the Town of De Pere, not to be confused with the nearby City of De Pere. The similarity of the two place's names posed a problem: the town requested that the city change its name, which was rebuffed. After a 1994 vote, the Town of De Pere was renamed Ledgeview

Get in[edit]

Most people enter the town by car.

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Fonferek's Glen, 2825 Dutchman Rd., +1 920 448-6242. Daily 8AM-8PM. 74-acre geological park featuring a 30-foot waterfall (visible a short distance from the parking lot), cliffs, and a stone archway. The park also includes 30 acres of farmland and native prairie.
  • 2 Ledgeview Park, 2064 Dickinson Rd., +1 920 336-3360. 66-acre park with a baseball diamond, lacrosse field, walking and bike trails, and wetland areas.
  • 3 Olde School Square, 2200 Dickinson Rd..
  • 4 Scray Hill Park, 1865 Scray Hill Rd., +1 920 336-3360. A 28 acre park featuring dog walking and plenty of green space. Soccer, football fields, baseball diamonds, walking trails, concession stands, public parking, bathrooms, and a large playground.


Ledgeview, Wisconsin Golf Course Sign



Numerous cafes sell food, many keeping with the town's seaside theme.


  • 1 Redwood Inn, 3230 Main St., +1 920 863-6315. Sports bar serving a variety of foods.
  • 2 21 Gun Roadhouse, 4344 Lime Kiln Rd., +1 920 337-2122. M-Th 11AM-2AM, F-Sa 11AM-2:30AM. This is a nice place to relax and have some drinks. It does offer some food also. $11-30.


Go next[edit]

  • Green Bay, hub city of the Fox River Valley and home of the NFL's Green Bay Packers
Routes through Ledgeview
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