Local Spotlights

  • ​The Gem of Sheboygan: Blue Harbor Resort

    Blue Harbor ResortBlue Harbor Resort is ultimately the gem of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Though many local businesses are the rock of this city, Blue Harbor stands as the grand centerpiece. Blue Harbor Resort is a community within itself and offers the chance for both locals and visitors alike to get away from their normal routines and relax in a true safe haven. The grand hotel offers over 180 rooms l ... Read More

  • Farm to Table, Field to Fork

    For the shortest distance from the farm to the table try Field to Fork Sheboygan is a blue-collared town that has always appreciated a good meal. Field and Fork has come forward to offer an innovated approach to eating by returning to the pioneer roots of the community. It’s a restaurant that is proud to offer the best food the local countryside can produce. The general philosophy of the restaur ... Read More

  • Sheboygan's Food & Drink Scene

    There's more to Sheboygan than brats. Sheboygan is the largest town in the county and the surrounding area. It has drawn locals her for good mean and fun throughout its history. While the town is mainly known for its German heritage and its world famous brats, there is plenty of ethnic fare. Interestingly, the town is known for its fine Italian cuisine. Two of finest establishments, Il Ritrovo and ... Read More

  • Annual Events in Sheboygan

    Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is home to a number of annual events showcasing the region’s history, art, music, food and culture. Here are a few to get you started:Al and Al’s Oktoberfest Each September or October, this celebration of the city’s German roots highlights food, beer and music. Lively polka dances draw hundreds, the aromas of fish fries fill the air, and traditional German dishes are se ... Read More

  • Sheboygan Attractions

    Sheboygan offers a combination of family geared activities, outdoor recreation, and cultural and historical attractions bound to make both visitors and locals happy. During the warmer months, the county parks are a popular spot for a variety of outdoor activities. Hiking along nature trails, picnicking in a secluded spot and exploring old Indian burial grounds are only some of the activities avail ... Read More

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  • Blue Harbor ResortBlue Harbor Resort is ultimately the gem of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Though many local businesses are the rock of this city, Blue Harbor stands as the grand centerpiece. Blue Harbor Res...Read More
  • For the shortest distance from the farm to the table try Field to Fork Sheboygan is a blue-collared town that has always appreciated a good meal. Field and Fork has come forward to offer an innovated ...Read More
  • Sheboygan has a tradition of being a bit of rebel, or maybe just ahead of their time, electing the first Democratic Socialist to office. It continues that tradition today with a lively art and music s...Read More
  • Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is home to a number of annual events showcasing the region’s history, art, music, food and culture. Here are a few to get you started:Al and Al’s Oktoberfest Each September o...Read More
  • Although Sheboygan is known for its exceptional bratwursts, there's more to this city than meat. Sheboygan is a big city that has a charming, small-town atmosphere, making it an ideal vacation destina...Read More
  • Sheboygan offers a combination of family geared activities, outdoor recreation, and cultural and historical attractions bound to make both visitors and locals happy. During the warmer months, the coun...Read More
  • There's more to Sheboygan than brats. Sheboygan is the largest town in the county and the surrounding area. It has drawn locals her for good mean and fun throughout its history. While the town is main...Read More
  • Sheboygan is a 49,000 resident city located on the western shore of Lake Michigan about halfway between Milwaukee and Green Bay. I-43 forms the west boundary of the city. The temperature range in Sheb...Read More
  • Sheboygan was initially found in the 1830s by a group of migrants. The migrants primarily came from New York, Michigan, and the surrounding areas of New England. The first real industry to come to She...Read More

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