The Town of Abrams is located in Oconto County in the northeast corner of Wisconsin (44˚ 48’ 27”N, 88˚ 4’ 20”W). About 17 miles north of Green Bay and just south of the “Y” split where U.S. Highway 41 and U.S. Highway 141 branch off from one another.
The area surrounding Abrams is heavily wooded, and the town is the southern gateway to the Machickanee County Forest and southern bank of the Oconto River. This makes Abrams the perfect starting point to access a wide variety of outdoor opportunities. The surrounding forest is perfect for cross country skiing, horseback riding, ATV trail riding, hiking, blueberry & blackberry picking, and hunting.
The Town of Abrams also offers two outstanding golf courses, one with 18 holes and the other with nine holes. Complete with driving ranges and a club house, these courses offer a total golfing experience.
Population 1,866 (in 2013)
Elevation 670 feet
Land area 37.5 square miles
Ancestries: German 49%, Polish 17%, Irish 10%, French 9%, Dutch 5%, French Canadian 5%