Der Sheboygan Biergarten is an authentic beer and wine garden located at Kiwanis Park in Sheboygan. They offer an assortment of German beers in one or half liter steins, and a selection of European wines and giant pretzels. The Biergarten has picnic table seating. Leashed dogs are welcome, and
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.
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
Town & Country is a 27-hole golf course featuring mature trees and the Pigeon River that winds through the course. There is an award-winning golf shop on the course, and three full-swing indoor golf simulators with over 60 championship course options. The onsite pub has food and beverage
Blind Horse Winery offers a “Napa Valley style” experience to guests. Their tasting room allows you to sample a selection of their more than 15 wines, several of which are award-winning. Their newly released sparkling wine is Wisconsin-made from grapes grown right in Sheboygan County
Sheboygan is known as the Malibu of the Midwest, or the Freshwater Surf Capital of the World. Venture out onto Lake Michigan and experience the freshwater surfing phenomenon for yourself! The Sheboygan River is great for kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding! EOS Surf Shop offers kayak, surfboard