United States | Wisconsin | Outagamie County
County in Northeast Wisconsin containing Appleton and most of the Fox Cities. Outagamie (pronounced "out-uh-GAME-ee") County borders Shawano County to the north, Waupaca County to the West, Brown County to the east, and Calumet County and Winnebago County to the south.
Most of the county is very flat, and rural. The Fox Cities in the southern part of the county, where most of the population lives, is blue collar and urban.
Major communities in Outagamie county include Appleton, Kimberly, Combined Locks, Little Chute, Hortonville, New London, Shiocton, Black Creek, Seymour, and Freedom.
Area: 640 sq. mi.
"Outagamie" comes from a Native American word meaning "dwellers on either shore" or "dwellers on the other side of the stream".
See also: Wisconsin Metanode