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Cities in the Spotlight: Green Bay

The Green Bay area has many areas to explore the outdoors.

The Green Bay area has many areas to explore the outdoors.

If you don't mind cold weather with plenty of outdoor activities year-round, then grabbing your moving boxes and traveling to Wisconsin may be a great plan. Green Bay is one of the largest cities in the state, but the size isn't overwhelming, making it a good place for someone who likes metro life without too many people.

Green Bay has a population of nearly 106,000 people, which makes it the third-largest city in Wisconsin. The residents of the city get around via the Green Bay Metro, which sends buses throughout much of the city.

The area's climate is typical of Wisconsin, as it has warm summers and cold winters. Green Bay's average summer high temperature is 80 degrees, while the average winter low temperature is 9 degrees, according to The Weather Channel.

If you are looking at Green Bay as a college destination, there are a few choices. The city is the home of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, as well as Rasmussen College. there is also St. Norbert College, which is located in De Pere, Wisconsin.

The city has a rich sports history, which is centered around its football team. The National Football League's Packers play at Lambeau Field, which is regarded as one of the most important stadiums in the league. The city is also home to Wisconsin-Green Bay's multiple Division I sports, as well as a group of minor league teams.

Outdoor activities widespread around city
Wisconsin is known to be a place that is great for those who love the outdoors, and the Green Bay area is a good example of that. Skiing is popular throughout the state, with multiple downhill skiing areas in the Northeast.

The city is named for the Bay of Green Bay, which a part of Lake Michigan. This could be a great destination for those who enjoy fishing, while Lake Winnebago is also another option. That area is just to the south of Green Bay. Wisconsin also offers plenty of hiking options that may be of interest to many considering a move.

Green Bay is the home of Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, which may be a great destination to bring your family to experience the outdoors. This offers a wide array of animal and plant life to explore, and is free to the public.