• Welcome to the Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce Welcome to the Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce

    The Village of Fremont, nestled on the pristine Wolf River in Northeast Wisconsin, is the definition of unspoiled natural beauty and your premier destination for recreation and relaxation. When you explore the area, you wil find everything from water sports, golf courses and nature trails to lodging, dining and shopping. Best of all, you will be welcomed again and again by the warm, friendly people of Fremont. If you are searching for an experience that will leave you with images that linger in your memory long after your visit — discover Fremont!

     

  • Trails & Parks

  • Outagamie/Winnebago Recreation Trail

    Bike or hike this 20.5 mile trail on an abandoned railroad bed that runs south from Hortonville to Oshkosh. It is a delightful tour through meadows, woodlands, and marches. The 14.5 mile Winnebago County section form Oshkosh to the county line is resurfaced for bicyclists. For information and trail map contact Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau 920-734-3358.

     

    Waupaca County Bike Route Information – 715-258-6243

     

    Snowmobile Trail Information

    Write to:

    Invaders of Fremont Snowmobile Club

    9675 River Pines Lane

    Fremont, WI 54940

     

    Wolf River Crossing Park

    Located on the west bank of the Wolf River, under the Highway 10 bridge, south o f the downtown area. A picnic/recreation area located in the southwest end of the park is available with playground equipment, volleyball net, and basketball hoops. Also an open-sided shelter can be reserved for parties. The lagoon area near the parking area is a popular spot for the yearly Fremont Area Law Enforcement Children’s Fishing Tournament.

     

    Partridge Lake Park

    Locally known as the Fremont Beach, is located at the intersection of Lake Street and Wolf River Drive. The marked swimming area has a sand beach. Picnic tables, grills, and an open sided shelter is available for picnics. A restroom with running water, pay phone and soda machine is near the shelter. The beach is “use at your own risk” with no lifeguard on duty. No watercraft allow in the beach area.