The bridge on Highway 23 by Green Lake is being reconstructed so plan a few extra minutes for your trip.
If you are traveling West on highway 23 the simplest route is to just go through downtown Green Lake. It will only add a few minutes to your trip.
An alternate route would be to turn north on Highway 49 and then go west on County J which will bring you all the way to Princeton. Watch you speed.
Nestled on the banks of the Fox River, Princeton provides a myriad of diversions for residents and visitors. The area is a haven for those looking to relax and unwind in a pleasant, peaceful, small-town environment.
Princeton and its surrounding area is abundant with natural resources, streams and lovely landscapes. The list of activities the outdoor enthusiast can enjoy includes fishing, canoeing, birdwatching, cycling, camping and much more…all readily available for the naturalist.
Visit the delightful area shops and restaurants—you’ll find antiques, locally-made pottery, jewelry, boutique clothing, candles, kitchen gadgets, wine & cheese, Amish furniture, home décor, stylish floral arrangements, earth-friendly items, custom framing, books, baked goods, folk art, handcrafted art, a spa, and much more! We have it all in our quaint shops, cafes, taverns and restaurants.
Princeton is the home of the state’s largest outdoor weekly flea market, which is open mid-April through mid-October every Saturday! If you haven’t experienced our Market in the tree-shaded City Park, put it on your list of things to do. Day-trippers come from Milwaukee, Madison, the Fox Cities and all points in-between to enjoy this Market and all Princeton has to offer. Come early--it opens at 6:00am and wraps up in the early afternoon—then wander around town for more shopping and lunch!
You’re invited to take a day to “Scout Out” Princeton! Check the Calendar of Events to see what’s happening during the time you plan on visiting. See you soon!.