The Lottie Cooper was a 131-foot schooner built in 1876 that sank off the coast of Sheboygan in 1894. A large portion of the wreck was recovered and is now on display by Deland Park, across from the YMCA.
Sheboygan is a top destination for charter fishing on Lake Michigan. With an abundance of fishing charters docked along the Sheboygan riverfront offering half or full day charters, you are sure to have an unforgettable experience.
Maywood is a 135-acre park in the city of Sheboygan open daily from 6 am till 10 pm. The Park has miles of hiking trails through numerous environments such as a river, forests and prairieland. In the winter, change out your hiking boots for snowshoes or cross-country skis
Jaycee Quarry Park has a 20-hole disc golf course featuring a combination of open and wooded areas surrounding the water-filled quarry. There are also hiking and biking trails, as well as cross-country ski trails in the winter.
The Acuity flag is the world’s largest free-flying American flag. The flag measures 70 by 140 feet, weighs 250 pounds, and when at full staff is visible for miles around. The flagpole is 400 feet tall, nearly 100 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty, and weighs approximately 420,000 pounds
The Interurban Tail is a 14-mile paved and on-road trail running from the city of Sheboygan south through Oostburg and Cedar Grove to Ozaukee County. Around 5.5 miles of the trail is off-road, and 1.5 miles of the on-road portion traverses the main park road of the Kohler-Andrae State Park