Located in east central Wisconsin, The City of Berlin offers a central location with proximity to the main regional and metropolitan areas of Wisconsin.
- 30 minutes west of Oshkosh
- An hour and half from Milwaukee and Madison
- 3 hours from Chicago
- 4 hours from Minneapolis- St. Paul
Two major highways intersect in Berlin including State Highway 91 and State Highway 49. Highway 49 (north and south) intersects Interstate 41 and US Highway 10. State Highway 91 leads directly to Oshkosh and Interstate 41.
Berlin is served by two local trucking companies located on State Highway 91.
Berlin has the Fox River that flows into Lake Winnebago and eventually emptying in to the Bay of Green Bay. Riverside Park directly the Fox River and offers about 38 acres of recreational space include shelter house, trails, boat launch, softball/baseball fields, playground, volleyball court, restrooms, and campground. Riverside Park has summer events that include Independence Day Berlin Style, Bugle Mouth Bass tournament, the Street Cruisers Car Show, and many more. The Berlin Aquatic Center is located along the Fox River and offers an outdoor pool from end of May to end of August open to the public. Right before the holidays get busy, Berlin has their annual lighting of the park and holiday parade downtown and in Nathan Strong Park. Berlin Historical Society offers two walking tours through the Nathan Strong Park Historic District.
Berlin’s largest employer is Generac Power Systems with over 300 employees. Although manufacturing is the number one employer in Green Lake County, they are a large impact for the workforce. A couple of other manufactures in Berlin is Wisconsin Spice, Ripon Athletic, Hypro Incorporated, Wilson Hurd- Nelson Miller, Aurora Manufacturing and Badger Mining. ThedaCare Medical Center is the largest employer in the City of Berlin.
Below are American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates for the City of Berlin