You’re obviously seeking a place to enjoy the sandy beaches and fish-filled waters of Lake Michigan complete with a vibrant year-round economy. Don’t forget our highly touted educational options (for kids and adults) and the fact that we are one of the best places to raise a family, retire or visit! Not to mention our very amenable cost of living. And did we tell you about our friendly people? They are truly our greatest assets. Sheboygan County is a place to grow roots, families, businesses and positive attitudes. Life is good here and we invite you to join us!

Sheboygan County is just 55 miles north of Milwaukee, 60 miles south of Green Bay, 110 miles northeast of Madison, 140 miles north of Chicago and 340 miles from Minneapolis. Defined to the east by our beautiful Lake Michigan coastline and carved to the west by the rolling hills, woods and marshes of the Kettle Moraine, Sheboygan County offers beauty and bounty wherever you look. Our small historic towns offer plentiful shopping, meticulously restored neighborhoods and a rich variety of cultural festivals. You will feel as though you have traveled back in time. Sheboygan is the county’s largest city with 50,000 people—still small enough to feel at home, yet large enough to offer sophisticated art experiences and a host of outdoor sports, from surfing and kite boarding to cycling and softball…and much more. Each town—Sheboygan, Random Lake, Elkhart Lake, Oostburg, Cedar Grove, Kohler, Sheboygan Falls and Howards Grove—offers the best features of a Midwest friendly place. The expansive, sandy Lake Michigan shoreline is the envy of folks from Chicago to Escanaba, MI and beyond. People here work hard, play hard and plan their time around a huge variety of festivals and activities from the arts to history as well as every form of outdoor fun.


Sheboygan County has a plethora of charm and history, recreation and art, renovations and innovations, fast paced racing and leisure strolling.It is all waiting for you here.

The Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce was established over 100 years ago to represent all businesses in Sheboygan County and others choosing to do business there. If you are curious about a specific town or the full spectrum of tourism opportunities, visit these area community sites:

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