Not only does Lake Winnebago have a cool name, but it's also a cool place to be. As the largest lake entirely within Wisconsin, Lake Winnebago sees its fair share of visitors throughout the year, with summer popular for the weather and winter popular for the world-class ice fishing. Known as a fantastic destination for water sports, boating, fishing, lakeside relaxation, and exploring quaint towns, Lake Winnebago is one sweet place to vacation. When you fly to Lake Winnebago, you can choose to fly into Appleton International Airport (ATW), Green Bay's Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB), or Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport (MKE).
Those who book flights to Lake Winnebago commonly land in Appleton, which is just over 7 miles from the northern edge of the lake. At ATW, rental cars are available next to baggage claim, and taxis are waiting outside the main terminal; these are your two best transportation options at Appleton International Airport, since no public transportation services the airport, but you can book a private shuttle or limo to Lake Winnebago. If you fly into Green Bay, you'll be roughly 35 miles from the lake's northern section. From GRB to Lake Winnebago, hail a taxi outside the main terminal, or arrange a private shuttle or rental car near baggage claim for convenient and cost-effective options. Lake Winnebago flights that touch down in Milwaukee are roughly 77 miles from the southern edge of the lake. To get to one of the surrounding Lake Winnebago hotels from MKE, either book a ride with a coach bus service outside the exit near baggage claim 2, or get a rental car from a counter near the baggage claim area.
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