About Pulaski Area
IF YOU ARE A HIKER OR BICYCLER...Pulaski hosts a section of the Mountain- Bay Trail. What a great way to enjoy the outdoors-walking or biking! Bikers over the age of 16 must purchase a trail pass.
The Mountain- Bay Trail travels through 3 counties, and trail rules and permitted uses may be different for various sections of the trail. Watch for postings along the trail, or contact the respective County Offices for additional information. You can call Gloria for a brochure at 920-822-4400. As of 4/30/08, a new trail map is available at our Pulaski DQ Grill and Chill for $3. Stop today and pick one up.
Trail passes are sold locally at the Pulaski Village Hall, phone 920-822-5182 or at the Pulaski Shell which is located near the Polka Grounds. This is one of the rest and parking areas for the trail.
You might also check out the Friends of the Mountain-Bay Trail Website at www.mountain-baytrail.org
Pulaski Polka Days, one of Pulaski, Wisconsin's main attractions, will be July 20, 21, 22, & 23.
Moving to the Pulaski Area? Click here to find all the information you will need. We also have a map to show you the Pulaski area!
Check out the Pulaski demographic.
Pulaski, like many Wisconsin small towns, is a clean attractive residential community with its share of quality homes and apartments, with good municipal and retail services, impressive churches and a quality school system that make it an attractive, safe place to live. By location, it is close to the diverse cultural, recreational, dining and shopping amenities of Green Bay, while at the same time just minutes away from the outdoor recreation opportunities of Wisconsin's vacationland.
But Pulaski has a difference. Since the early 1940's, it has been a spark plug of small town industrial development. It has pioneered in providing local jobs for its residents, its high school graduates and the surrounding area residents to provide an economic base for its small town quality of life. As an established employment center, Pulaski draws it's work force from a larger than expected rural area providing a work ethic unmatched in most the country.
CHECK OUT THEIR SITE AT WWW.PULASKISCHOOLS.ORG
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The NEW ZOO
4378 Reforestation Rd.
Green Bay, WI 54313
Ph. (920) 434-7841
April 1 - October 31...Daily 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
November 1 - March 31...Daily 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Front entry doors to the zoo will lock 1/2 hour before the posted closing time.
Half-Price admissions during Winter Hours. Adults (16+) $4.50, children (3-15) $3. and senior citizens (62 and older) $3.00.
Under 2, free.
More information at www.newzoo.org
Regular admission prices are $6.00for children (3-15) and senior citizens(62 and older) and $9 for adults 16 years and over. Children two and under are free.