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The park is closed for the season. Check back or follow us on Facebook for updates.
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Thank you to the following businesses for making 2020 a success:

Ambrosius, Vos Electric, Builders First, Hockers Plumbing, Schleis Flooring, Bay Area Granite and Marble, Jim's Golf Carts, Schroeder's Flowers, Calewarts Christmas Tree Farm, Trudell's Christmas Tree Farm, Ariens, WPS, Competitive Sewer and Water

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Step out of the classroom and into the past! Experience life in 17th century Wisconsin to the early 20th century!

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We all spend a lot of time staring at screens these days. The weather is finally warming up and it looks like we are in for a gorgeous weekend! Change things up. Take your checkerboard or other favorite board game outside for a change of scenery, or grab some chalk and create your own checkerboard, hop scotch or other fun game to play with the whole family. Get creative and have a happy weekend!#Screens #unplug #getoutside #theweathersgreatouthere #almostspring #playagame #Checkers #getcreative #happyweekend ... See MoreSee Less
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March is Women's History Month! Join us as we share the amazing stories of women who have shaped Wisconsin's history.Mary Budleman Arndt Cotton, born in Pennsylvania in 1809, moved with her family to Green Bay in 1824. It wasn't long before Mary met a young man by the name of John Winslow Cotton, who was stationed at the nearby Fort Howard. In 1825 the couple was married, and Mary accompanied her husband to the many frontier posts he was stationed at for the first 20 years of their marriage. After John retired from his post, the couple returned to Green Bay in 1848 to begin farming their land, and Mary began nursing in the Green Bay community. When the Civil War broke out, Mary offered her nursing skills to the army, and in 1861 became an Army Nurse Matron, commissioned by Governor A.H. Randal. During the war she mustered with the 4th Wisconsin Calvary and was stationed at Baltimore, Maryland and Newport News, Virginia, but after a year had to return home to Green Bay to care for John who had been ill.After her Return to the community, Mary became known as "Auntie Cotton", as wherever there was sickness or need, Mary was found doing all that could be done to administer healing and comfort. So familiar was her presence to all who needed her, she became everyone's "Auntie" and retained that title of respect and familiarity until her death in 1896 at the age of 86.#WomensHistoryMonth #WomenInHistory #History #GBHistory #HeritageHillHistory #CottonHouse #MaryCotton #AuntieCotton #Nurse ... See MoreSee Less
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It's National Read Across America Day so pick up a book and share it with the whole family! To celebrate, we thought we'd share a few of our favorites, which of course include "The Little House on the Prairie" series by Laura Ingalls Wilder, that tell the stories of Laura and her pioneer family. Looking for a historical read? "When the White Pine Was King" by Jerry Apps is a fantastic peek into the colorful history of logging and lumbering here in Wisconsin. If you're looking for a family friendly mystery, check out "The Lacemaker's Secret" by Kathleen Ernst, an exciting thriller that takes place at Heritage Hill! Celebrate with us and jump into a good book today!#ReadAcrossAmericaDay #Books #ReadMoreBooks #GoodReads ... See MoreSee Less
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We're going through changes, and we can't wait to share them with you! Our team has been busy painting our Education Center and event spaces to spruce them up for your next event. Schedule an appointment with us to see which of our spaces would be perfect for your next birthday, retirement or anniversary party!#eventspace #Updates #venue #party ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to everyone who gave a guess on yesterday's post! If you guessed Fox, you are correct! These are the prints of one of at least 2 foxes that have been seen around the park. We'll share a photo as soon as we can get one, but our resident foxes are living up to their reputation of being smart, sneaky and quick, as they've been darting away faster than we can take a picture! ... See MoreSee Less
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Heritage Hill may not have many human visitors this winter, but the park isn't empty! The Hill is home to a number of Wisconsin's native animals, including skunk, muskrat, fox, white tail deer, woodchucks and more. It's fun to see the trails they leave in the snow that tell stories about their adventures here in the park. Can you name the animal who left these tracks near the Cheese Factory?#winter #snow #tracks #storiesinsnow #whosefeetarethese ... See MoreSee Less
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