Winneconne is located on the Wolf River with 160,000-165,000-acres of waterways access to Lake Winneconne, Lake Poygan, Lake Butte Des Morts, and Lake Winnebago. The Wolf River bisects our community, and at the north and south boundaries of the Village you will find Lake Winneconne and Butte des Morts. Whether you are looking for a nice place to visit or a new place to call home, Winneconne is the place to be.
  1. Ribbon Cuttings

    View images of grand openings of new businesses in Winneconne.

  2. Sovereign State Days

    Sovereign State Days, an annual community celebration, highlights the rich history of Winneconne dating back to 1846. This event began as a response to the Village's exclusion from the official state map, with the Village seceding from the State of Wisconsin.

  3. WAAC Brochure (PDF)

    The Winneconne Area Assistance Center (WAAC) is a community-wide effort to help our neighbors, who may be in need, while maintaining confidentiality and the dignity of each individual.

  4. Walking Paths

    Winneconne's scenery and friendly people makes it an ideal community in which to enjoy the great outdoors.

  5. Winneconne Cemetery

    The Winneconne Cemetery is owned and maintained by the Village, for the benefit of all citizens.

  6. Winneconne Historical Society

    Winneconne Historical Society

  7. Wisconsin Historical Society

    The Society is our state's memory and foremost storyteller. It is considered one of the nation's finest historical institutions.