Although Summer is widely recognized as the season to get out and enjoy new seasonal events, don't cut Autumn short. Here in Sheboygan, there are plenty of seasonal activities to enjoy that aren't expensive or difficult to partake in. Read more to learn about the easy and affordable Autumn opportunities in the Malibu of the Midwest!
I’m back with another blog, and this week marks the fourth full week I have been in Sheboygan. Which means (at least I hope it means) that after nearly a month of being here, I can successfully write a blog on must do’s in Sheboygan for those who are visiting for the first time and are only here for a limited amount of time. Maybe my blog has peaked your interest in learning more about this quaint little beach town nestled halfway between Green Bay and Milwaukee. But what is there to do in this town? What makes Sheboygan so special, and how would you spend your time here? Buckle up, because I’m about to spill my whole 48 hours in the Malibu of the Midwest itinerary with you (and trust me, I intend to make sure there is a little something for everybody).
Hello and happy September! Although Summer doesn’t officially end until the 23rd, September begins to slowly fade from humid to crisp as our days little by little get shorter, school begins in full-swing, and it suddenly feels like the workload in the office is picking up alongside the slowing of Summer.
The transition period between Summer and Autumn is an ideal time of year for those who love Fall, but also don’t want to wish away comfortable temperatures too quickly. Us Midwesterners do love our transitional 60-degree weather when we can enjoy the outdoors without being too hot or too cold. We’re like Goldilocks, we want it juuust right.
Which is why the Autumn season in Sheboygan, Wisconsin is one of the most primetimes to take a getaway trip to Blue Harbor Resort and enjoy some Fall-fun.
Hi! My name is Em. I recently moved to Sheboygan, WI to begin work at Blue Harbor Resort and I am thrilled to be near the shores of Lake Michigan. I grew up in De Pere Wisconsin, essentially Green Bay for those of you who do not know, born and raised. I chose to continue my education in my hometown after I graduated high school, earning my B.A. in Communication and Media Studies as well as Art from St. Norbert College and walked across the stage to receive my diploma in May of 2023.
Although summer may be coming to end for 2023, this is just the beginning for me, and I am determined to enjoy it. I thought, why not take you along for the ride? Maybe you’re also looking to explore and discover more of what this town has to offer. Plenty of people are yet to discover this Malibu of the Midwest, so let’s begin! Welcome to Em's guide to Sheboygan, Wisconsin!