City of Oshkosh, WI
Oshkosh is located in Winnebago County in Wisconsin. The median income is $42,938 and the median home value is $117,100. The unemployment rate is 7.22% compared to 7.9% for the U.S. as a whole. Workers commute an average of 17.1 minutes each day. The population is 91.4% White, 3.3% Black, 0.7% American Indian, 2.5% Asian, and 2.2% identify as some other race or ethnicity. For more on the schools, healthcare, and getting around in Oshkosh, see each of the tabs below. For those people interested in the walkability of a community, Oshkosh has a Walk Score® of 37.
Median Household Income$42,938
Median Home Price$117,100
A ‘haunted’ opera house and Tiffany-furnished mansion have inspired and entertained Oshkosh residents for more than a century. Bohemian Rhapsody You’ll encounter just about all types of performing arts at the newly restored Grand Opera House – except opera.
From dock-side convenience to historic ambiance, Oshkosh restaurants serve up plenty of local flavor. Offering Boat-In Service Fratello’s & Fox River Brewing gives new meaning to drive-up service. The restaurant, located on Oshkosh’s Fox River offers 40 boat slips for customer who’d rather boat in than drive in for their meal. The slips are a welcomed sight for hungry customers who often find themselves circling the river looking for a slip on a weekend night.
1. Tee off at one of Oshkosh’s many golf courses. 2. Visit the crab-eating macaques or the bearded dragon at the Menomonee Park Zoo. 3. Let the kids run free at Little Oshkosh community playground, home of a kid-sized castle, lighthouse and airplane. 4. Take Irish dancing lessons at Richard’s School of the Dance. 5. Learn about the history of aviation at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture Museum. 6. Shop for bargains at the Prime Time Outlet Mall, which includes more than 50 name-brand outlet stores.
Wet or dry, warm or winter cold, Oshkosh’s river, lakes and park system keep residents active. A River Runs Through It Oshkosh is a city defined by its lakes and rivers. The Fox River flows through the center of town and Lake Winnebago is just to the east. To the west are the Wolf River and its associated lakes. Lake Winnebago is the crown jewel in the system. Twenty-eight miles long and 10 miles wide, it offers year-round recreational opportunities.