Brown County, WI
Brown County is located in northeastern Wisconsin. With an area of 616 mi², it is one of the original two counties in Wisconsin. The county was established in 1818 and the county seat is currently located in Green Bay, which is also known as “Titletown”. Brown County has a population of 263,378, making it the fourth most populous county in the state. Brown County is home to the oldest known tree in Wisconsin, a 1,300 foot cedar.