Let's take this outside.
Whether a vigorous hike over challenging terrain or a casual stroll on a nature trail, there’s nothing like the lush beauty of Sheboygan’s parks and beaches.
Words cannot describe the beauty of the 988-acre Kohler-Andrae State Park. Beaches, sand dunes, hiking trails through the woods, bike trails, and did we mention how incredibly scenic it is?
One of the best ways to get on the water is SUP, or standup paddle boarding. You can paddle any waterway with these in different conditions – inland flat water, rivers, surf and even yoga.
Known as the “Fresh Water Surf Capital of the World,” Sheboygan juts out five miles into the lake, and when winds of 20-25 mph blow from the northeast or west southwest, incredible waves are sculpted from the surface water.
Once you learn to sail, join the Sailing Education Association of Sheboygan (SEAS). Get access to a world-class facility on one of the finest harbors on the Great Lakes.
Put down the club and grab some discs! Jaycee Quarry Park is on the north side of town, with a course made up of open, wooded, waterfront and elevated areas. Vollrath Park is home to Wisconsin’s oldest disc golf course, an 18-hole course right on Lake Michigan. Also home to The Shack, an on site disc golf pro shop, playing at Vollrath is a feather is any disc golfer’s hat.
Sheboygan has become one of the top golf destinations in the world. Whistling Straits was host of the 2004, 2010 and 2015 PGA Championships, as well as the 2020 Ryder Cup. The area is also home to courses for golfers of all levels including traditional gems.