Sheboygan can be explored by walking, biking, or by car. But one more form of transportation that is taking off in Sheboygan are Segway Tours. Sheboygan is very fortunate, Segway the Fox Tours comes all the way from Green Bay to accommodate tours here. Glide up and down the streets and around some of the hottest spots in Sheboygan.

Time to Explore

First things first, we have to learn how to ride the Segway’s. Learning how to operate the machinery becomes almost like second nature after about 10-15 minutes. It’s much easier with a great tour guide like Nick. The first couple of tries will seem strange and I guarantee you’ll laugh at yourself as you wobble around. But fear not, you’ll easily pick up on how to lead with your hips, no matter which direction you choose to go. You’ll look like a pro in no time.

We started our Segway tour by Blue Harbor, made our way on the South Pier Boardwalk, and towards the bridge. As we passed the new Visit Sheboygan building we zoomed down the North side boardwalk ending at the Lottie Cooper. From there we explored and learned about the Arts Center, the old toy and shoe factory’s as well as other Historical Markers.

If you are interested in making headway on a Segway
Visit: www.GlideNew.com
Call: (920) 376-0256
Email: GlideNew@gmail.com

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