Sheboygan Falls is the perfect destination for unique shops, casual dining, spa services, and cozy lodging. With its restored historic backdrop, make it your next Wisconsin Road Trip.
Sheboygan County, the only county in Wisconsin designated a “Bicycle Friendly Community” by the League of American Bicyclists, has built nearly 39 miles of off street bike trails and dozens of miles on on-street trails. The 17 mile Old Plank Road Trail runs from Sheboygan through Sheboygan Falls to Glenbeulah, WI. Similarly, this trail doubles as a snowmobile trail in Winter.
This small, friendly city offers a wonderful array of retail and dining options. Strolling down the quaint streets, you can get a latte, freshly popped popcorn, or find just about anything at a local variety store. And it’s a delightful place for dining. Originally a carriage factory and later the firehouse, Firehouse Pizza is a local favorite. Specialty pizzas are served amid an eclectic décor including a license plate wall and bicycles hanging from the ceiling. The sour cream potato soup and desserts (like the chocolate éclair torte) are not to be missed. Other popular places to grab a bite to eat include the Bread & Bean Eatery and Twisted Restaurant & Bar.
Sheboygan Falls also boasts one of the top golf courses in the nation, The Bull. The Bull offers a beautiful variety of risk reward holes that blend naturally with the wetlands, woodlands and rivers. They offer championship playing conditions and have hosted numerous local, state and national events. Residents of the city also like to bowl, enjoy multiple city parks, and take classes though the local YMCA.
Overall, there is no shortage of things to do or places to see when you visit Sheboygan Falls. So stop on by, stay a while, and enjoy! We're certain you'll make lasting memories.