Discover the many attractions near Chateau De Pere.

We are located on the Fox River and next to Voyageur Park — A 21-acre park located in the center of De Pere, featuring park shelters, a playground, green space and access to the Fox River Trail. The park is home to many large community events.

For boaters, docks line the park in the summertime. Many locals fish right from shore here. This is also where you will find the foot-path entrance to the De Pere Riverwalk and Wildlife Viewing Area.

Step outside our doors and you’re on the Fox River State Trail which starts from downtown Green Bay and winds along the beautiful Fox River before extending for 25 miles along a former rail corridor. The Fox River corridor has a rich history, beginning with the Native Americans who used footpaths to travel between their villages located along the river. The early French explorers, missionaries and traders built their posts and missions along these trails.

From the north trailhead in Green Bay, about 11 miles of the trail is asphalt-paved to Lasee Road. From Lasee Road south into Calumet County, the trail is surfaced with limestone screenings. Along the way, the trail passes by numerous overlooks along the Fox River, many local parks and the Brown County Historical Society. A “Health Trail” along a portion of the Fox River Trail in Allouez provides trail users with an outdoor fitness challenge course.

Docked right outside Chateau De Pere is River Tyme, a 45 passenger restored 1953 riverboat offering public and charter tours on the Fox River from De Pere, Wisconsin from May – October. Visit Fox River Tours for more information and tickets.

Green Bay is Wisconsin’s oldest settlement. The very first visitors to Greater Green Bay were successful entrepreneurs. Our ancestors used the area’s waterways to grow the community’s prosperity. Blessed with an abundance of natural resources, Green Bay was, and continues to be, a major shipping center. The city’s largest employers remain the paper and shipping industries. With continuous development in Green Bay and its surrounding communities, the area boasts a progressive atmosphere from industrial parks to shopping districts. Visit

Door County is on a peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan, in the state of Wisconsin. It’s known for its long shoreline and many parks. Peninsula State Park on Green Bay is home to sheltered Nicolet Beach, with its calm waters. On Lake Michigan, Newport State Park is a wilderness park crisscrossed with trails. Potawatomi State Park, in Sturgeon Bay, is fringed by limestone cliffs. Chateau is less than an hour drive to the heart of Door County. Visit