Welcome to Oneida Nation
Sakoli (sa·go·lee) means Hello. Originally, the Oneida people resided in the New York Territory. About 100 Oneidas traveled to Green Bay area in 1823, with more families following in the next 20 years. We are blessed that our culture survived many challenges and we are happy to share many attractions on the Oneida Reservation with you.
Oneida Farmers Market Opens June 20
The Oneida Farmers Market is designed as an outlet for fruits, vegetables, pre-packaged honey, maple syrup and related items, flowers, plants, sweet grass and other items that are raised or grown and picked by the seller, as well as crafts that are made by the seller. Food vendors are there every week cooking up a variety of foods. Our Bash Events feature live music, games, prizes and FREE horse and wagon rides.
The Oneida Veterans Wall was made to honor all those who Veterans who served in the Armed Forces. The Oneida people were America's first allies, fighting with George Washington in the Revolutionary War. The Wall is a monument to all those who fought and gave their lives for this country. The Oneida Veterans Wall was originally constructed in 2007. In October 2012, the Wall received a face lift, with it being sealed and receiving a new look with lettering facing the road. The wall is located on HWY 54 and county double F on the Oneida Cultural Grounds.
Oneida Long House
We will have limited tour times this summer. The Oneida Long House is a replica of a traditional dwelling of the Oneida people. Measuring 65' long, 17' high and 25' wide, this structure features how the Oneida people lived in the 1600s. Other improvements will be constructed this summer to further enhance the authenticity of our Native Village. Located on the grounds behind the old Cultural Heritage building at 3773 Hillcrest Dr. Green Bay. Turn onto Goose Rd from Hillcrest Dr., then drive a short distance and you will see the long house on the right and log homes on the left.