Sheboygan County is a wonderful mix of small-town Wisconsin.
Visitors to downtown Sheboygan Falls will enjoy walking tours of the city’s two historic districts. More than fifty buildings from the 1800s have been restored, making the city a “Great American Main Street.”
Legendary Elkhart Lake maintains the charm of an 1800s resort destination while offering the finest accommodations from cozy B&Bs to three distinctive lakeside resorts. Flanking the northern end of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, visitors can relax along the shores of the pristine lake, luxuriate at a world-class spa, or enjoy gourmet cuisine. For more exciting fare, you’ll find 27 holes of challenging golf or top international motorsports racing at Road America.
To the east, Plymouth’s historic downtown is a treasure of antique shops, fine dining and quality accommodations. The Plymouth Center houses the city’s performing and visual arts center, while the Plymouth Historical Museum features exhibits of the city’s storied past. Plymouth is also one of four trailheads on the county’s exceptional Old Plank Road Trail.
The city of Sheboygan, also known as the "Malibu of the Midwest" offers plentiful watersports for all ages, including sailing, stand-up paddleboarding, surfing, kayaking and motor boating. Along with a lakeside resort, charming B&Bs, spas, plenty of fun for kids and family and world-class culinary experiences, the city of Sheboygan invites you to its fresh coast.