Community Information

ThedaCare is proud to serve the communities of Northeast Wisconsin—a great place to call home.

The Fox Cities: Appleton, Neenah, and Menasha
The Fox Cities area offers strong schools and the charm, safety, and convenience of small town life, but with the diversity and vitality of a metropolitan area. These three cities share a rich selection of cultural, recreational, religious, and educational facilities. The area economy is robust, and residents have many opportunities for fun, such as well-maintained parks and recreational facilities, and a vibrant performing arts center. With minimal traffic, commuting is easy. You can reach most destinations in this area in 20 minutes or less. Three major shopping malls and a bustling, revitalized downtown area make it easy to shop close to home.

For more information:
http://www.foxcities.org/
http://foxcitieschamber.com/
http://foxcitiespac.com/

New London
New London, population 7,200, is a friendly, caring, and progressive community with tree-lined streets, well-kept homes, and thriving businesses. It’s located in Waupaca County, just 45 miles southwest of Green Bay and 20 miles northwest of Appleton. New London Family Medical Center has been ranked among the top 100 in the nation, and the school system is recognized as one of the finest in Wisconsin. The community is surrounded by a year-round scenic paradise for boating, canoeing, rafting, tubing, hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, snowmobiling, and hunting. Within the city and surrounding area, there are 900 acres of parks, trails and recreation facilities. New London’s rich history and strong industrial base have kept median incomes on the rise. New London offers the best of small town life and the variety of the big cities.

For more information:
http://www.newlondonwi.org/
http://newlondontourism.com/

Oshkosh
Oshkosh is flanked by Lake Winnebago on the east and Lake Butte des Morts on the west, with the Fox River running between. This community has thrived since settlers arrived in 1836. The lumber mills first brought renown to the community, but, over time, the manufacturing industry diversified and flourished. As manufacturing increased, so did the population. Oshkosh has about 85,000 residents, and as the population has grown, so have the retail establishments, educational opportunities, hotels, restaurants, and cultural amenities. The city is also home to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

For more information:
http://www.ci.oshkosh.wi.us/
http://www.visitoshkosh.com/
www.oshkoshchamber.com
http://www.uwosh.edu/home

Shawano
Shawano is a beautiful community with a variety of outdoor recreational choices. The area boasts 134 lakes and many streams. Thanks to an excellent network of county and city parks, you can camp, hunt, fish, boat, sail, canoe, golf, downhill and cross-country ski, hike, bird watch, raft, and snowmobile. There are 300 miles of marked snowmobile trails that connect with trails in other counties, plus 100 miles of hiking/biking trails. The state-owned Navarino Wildlife area has public hunting grounds comprised of 13,000 acres. Especially popular is the beautiful Wolf River, which offers world-class canoeing, tubing, and whitewater rafting. With a population of approximately 8,300, residents of Shawano enjoy a low cost of living and low crime rates. Shawano County's economic base includes retail, government, services, and manufacturing.

For more information:
http://shawanocountry.com/
http://www.shawano.com/

Waupaca
The city of Waupaca is surrounded by beautiful countryside and the Waupaca Chain of Lakes. The area is famous for its many lakes, sparkling rivers, gorgeous scenery and small-town atmosphere. The city of Waupaca has more than 6,000 residents and 25,000 people living within 15 miles of the city. The Waupaca area offers many opportunities to explore nature, experience the outdoors, or enjoy a quiet weekend amid the local shops and restaurants. Whether you are looking to get closer to nature or just looking for a change of pace, Waupaca has something for everyone.

For more information:
http://www.waupacaareachamber.com/
http://www.cityofwaupaca.org/