Bay Beach Amusement Park is situated near the mouth of the Fox River, and is home to over 20 carnival rides, including Elvis’ favorite roller coaster, the Zippin Pippin. Bay Beach has a rich history dating back to the 1890s. Franklin D. Roosevelt visited the park in 1934 to celebrate Green Bay’s tercentennial of the landing of French Explorer Jean Nicolet. From the 1930s to the 1970s, the Bay Beach pavilion was popular social destination that hosted concerts, political events and dances.
Today the park offers an affordable outing for visitors young and old alike. Tickets are just 25 cents each, and most rides require two tickets. A ride on the Zippin Pippin will cost your four tickets. The park also offers concessions that feature hamburgers, various fried foods, custard and soda. Covered areas with picnic tables are available for get-togethers with family and friends. You can also rent out the pavilion for private events.