Shrine of St. Anthony of Padua/ LaMieux Chapel

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Shrine of St. Anthony of Padua/ LaMieux Chapel

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Greg W
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New UWGB chancellor Michael Alexander has taken several steps to discourage the taxpaying public that funds his university from using the campus. He closed the golf course, prohibited public access to university buildings, and posted signs threatening $200 fines if you don't use 1 of 2 inconveniently-located parking lots to access areas like the arboretum or the St. Anthony Shrine. His message to taxpayers: Thank you for funding this wonderful university. Now get the hell off my campus!
Written August 10, 2021
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Liz B
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Family
Another review talked about the tower on Bay Settlement Road. The tower has been torn down. Use GPS to find 2407 Bay Settlement Rd, Green Bay. The parking lot for the tower and trail access is still there, to the left (south) of that address. The chapel is 800 feet along the trail. Take the right leg at the fork in the trail.

The name is LE MIEUX CHAPEL.

UWGB bought it in 1984 but the family did not turn it over to the University until the previous owner's death in 1992. The family still maintains the chapel (not UWGB) and loves it very much. You can tell...
Written July 19, 2019
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Llyn T
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lived in green bay for 67years,,attended uwgb...live on bay settlement rd for the past 18yrs...why did i never hear about this??? rating it based on my imagination...this place sounds like a real neat place of local history
Written March 4, 2019
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Jocelyn M
5 contributions
Solo
Nice historical landmark located on the UWGB trails. Great place to take a nature walk to and get your mind off of things. 10/10 recommend visiting.
Written December 31, 2018
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Explorer Mike
Green Bay, WI14 contributions
Friends
This is cool. You have to hike to it on the trails on the outskirts of UW-GB. You cannot drive up to it. This is a very charming little stone chapel with seating for maybe 25 people. For those reverent, it is a cozy, quiet place for reflection and prayer.
Written December 22, 2018
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TruckerGary
Green Bay, WI108 contributions
Solo
While neighboring Kewaunee and Door Counties are better known for their historic roadside chapels, Green Bay has a little gem of a chapel within the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Arboretum. The chapel was constructed by the Lemieux Family in 1925 for Matriarch Odile and Ordained Son Edward. UWGB obtained the chapel and surrounding property in 1984. While almost always open it is requested you only visit in daylight as the chapel is within the Arboretum grounds on a wooden path. You can either hike up from the campus below or hike down from Bay Settlement Road on the eastern side of the campus off I-43. Park at Observation Tower and hike down the path always staying to the right. Chapel is about 1/4 mile ahead in the woods. Path becomes slick when wet.
Written February 23, 2017
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