Attractions

While you’re in Horicon, enjoy some of these unique attractions.

Horicon Marsh Boat Tours

Marsh Boat Pontoon

Take a guided pontoon boat tour of the Horicon Marsh. Tours include a sightseeing tour, sunset cruise and a birding adventure. Canoes and kayaks are also available for rent.

Click here:  horiconmarsh.com

Ledge Park

ledge park

Visit Ledge Park and hike along the Niagra Escarpment, a natural rock ledge that runs across North America.

Horicon Aquatic Center

Pool MagnusenThe Horicon Aquatic Center will be open June 7 through August 243, 2014.  Questions?  Call 920.485.3522~Pool, 920.485.3500~City or 920.887.8811~YMCA.

The Horicon Aquatic Center in Discher Park is a state of the art recreation facility, designed from the ground up with fun in mind. Here are some of its more prominent features:

  • Zero-depth to a depth of up to 12.5 feet
  • Six lane-twenty-five meter competitive lap pool
  • Two one-meter diving boards
  • An umbrella spray and water curtains in the kids’ section
  • Two 140 ft. water slides (one enclosed)
  • Concession stand with table and chairs
  • Chaise lounge chairs and grass area
  • Bathhouse with private and accessible changing and shower areas with coin lockers

Download the 2014 Horicon Aquatic Center Flyer

Download the 2014 Horicon Swim Lessons

Satterlee Clark Historical Museum

The Satterlee Clark House was built for the Honorable Satterlee Clark and his family in September 1863. Mr. Clark was active in politics for most of his life, serving the city of Horicon and Dodge County, and for 15 years, the Senate and Assembly of the State of Wisconsin. The house is located at 322 Winter Street, four blocks north of the Horicon State Bank. Also on the grounds is an original one room school house built in 1884. It is open the 4th Sunday of the month, May through October from 1-4pm.

Horicon Marsh

Great EgertJourney to a Wetland of International Importance and the largest freshwater cattail marsh in the United States.  Over 250 wildlife species call Horicon Marsh home.

Check out the National Wildlife Refuge and the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center.