- Parks & Recreation
Launch permits are required at Calumet County Harbors. Purchase your daily launch permit on-site. The cost for a daily launch is $6.00. 2020 Seasonal Boat Launch Permits are available at the Calumet County Park Office and the County Clerk’s Office. The 2020 Seasonal Boat Launch Permit cost is $35. This permit gives you access to Lake Winnebago from Brothertown Harbor, Calumet County Park Harbor and Stockbridge Harbor. For information regarding the Tri-County Launch Permit, please visit calumetcountyparks.org/624/Boating.
Brothertown Harbor (Lake Winnebago)
N5691 Harbor Road, Chilton, WI 53014
Brothertown Harbor is located on Lake Winnebago approximately eight miles south of Stockbridge. This facility has been operated and maintained by the Calumet County Parks Department since 2005. In 2009, the launch was remodeled. This included dredging of the harbor, three new wider launch lanes, paving of the entire parking area, a new breakwater, new area lighting, navigational aid and installation of a permanent pit toilet. In 2016, additional land was purchased to expand the parking area and add a playground. This addition brought the total size of the Brothertown Harbor facility to 9 acres.
Calumet County Park Marina (Lake Winnebago)
N6150 County Road EE, Hilbert, WI 54129
Calumet County Park Harbor is located within Calumet County Park on the east shore of Lake Winnebago. This facility provides 6 launch lanes and plenty of parking space for vehicles and trailers. There is also a toilet facility, bench seating along the harbor and lake, and winter ice fishing access to Lake Winnebago.
Firelane 8 Boat Landing (Lake Winnebago)
Firelane 8, Menasha, WI 54952
A boat landing located along the north shore of Lake Winnebago with a paved parking area for five car/trailer units. During winter, it's used for snowmobiles and vehicles.
High Cliff Marina (Lake Winnebago)
N6779 Lower High Cliff Road, Sherwood, WI 54169
(920) 989-1349 (summer); (920) 460-6679 (off-season)
Over 100 permanent slips, 15 general transient, overnight available. This is a DNR approved ADA accessible launch facility. Restrooms, showers, gas, pumpout, shorepower. Convenience store and yacht club. Within walking distance to High Cliff State Park. Park offers trails, picnic areas, camping and dog area. Also within walking distance to High Cliff Golf Course & Events Center, laundromat and snack shop. Fresh off the grill, all summer, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, brats and burgers. A Vehicle Admission Sticker is required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a WI resident is $8.00, annual resident stickers are $28.00, senior citizen (65+) is $13.00. Non-WI resident daily stickers are $10.00 and non-WI resident annual stickers are $38.00. Call the park office for more information. GPS: 44.1656 N / 88.2973 W.
Leahy-Lions Park Canoe Launch (South Branch of Manitowoc River)
143 W. Main Street, Chilton, WI 53014
Leahy-Lions Park is located along the shore of the millpond on West Main Street (Hwy 151) in Chilton. The park contains a shore wall with a handicapped accessible shoreline fishing pier and a boat ramp for canoes and other small craft. This is a DNR approved ADA accessible launch facility. Other facilities at the park include a small shelter/restroom building, picnic tables and playground equipment.
Quinney Boat Launch (Lake Winnebago)
W5626 Quinney Road, Chilton, WI 53014
2 launch lanes and a dock. The Quinney Quencher Bar & Grill is adjacent to the launch.
Stockbridge Harbor (Lake Winnebago)
1903 W. Lake Street, Stockbridge, WI 53088
Stockbridge Harbor is located on Lake Winnebago on CTH E west of the Village of Stockbridge. This 15-acre facility includes six launch/landing lanes, 15 bulkheads for temporary mooring, ample parking for boats and trails, modern toilet facility, small concession area, picnic area, and access for off shore fishing. The harbor is sized for the construction of 58 additional slips. The facility now provides an additional winter and summer access to the lake and a safe harbor of refuge for up to 150 boats. An ancient Native American village was also discovered on the site. This site has been preserved and has an interpretive area describing what was there.