Fox River Tours Specials

Tour the Fox River and Stay with Us!

$20 off a one night stay at Chateau De Pere with Fox River Tour ticket proof of purchase. Also, $2 off a cocktail or glass of wine, with Fox River Tour ticket proof of purchase. (May – Oct)

Please mention this coupon at the time of making the reservation. Subject to availability. Excludes Packer Games and Packer Weekends.

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Fox River Tour Overview
There happens to be a beautiful river flowing right through the heart of some pretty cool cities, in a wonderful state, in the Midwestern U.S. People don’t usually think about it in terms of vacation opportunities. This is all the better for you, because you have found your way to a best-kept secret.

Let us show you what Wisconsin hospitality and a boat that floats will do to your psyche. Stress? Schedules? Deadlines? None exist when you are on River Tyme, our newly renovated, 55-foot Riverboat, just waiting to take you and yours out on the Fox.

The Fox River
The Lower Fox River begins at the north end of Lake Winnebago and flows north to empty into Lake Michigan at Green Bay. The river drops about 164 feet over this 40-mile stretch – if you think about it, that’s the drop of Niagara Falls!

The Fox River features a system of 17 recently restored locks. Historically, the elevation change encouraged industrial development and urbanization along this river section. Today, the locks make recreational navigation possible along portions of the Lower Fox.

Communities found along the Lower Fox River (South to North): Neenah, Menasha, Appleton, Kimberly, Little Chute, Kaukauna, Wrightstown, De Pere, Ashwaubenon, Allouez, and Green Bay.

The Cruise
Start your journey in De Pere, a city that just can’t seem to let go of its heritage.

We have the loveliest docking spot on the entire river, steps away from Chateau De Pere! Seriously, some days we don’t even want to go out on a cruise because our home port is so nice. (We promise to only act on those feelings when you aren’t on board.)

When we do venture out, we have numerous routes. Read more at