Experiences

With so many experiences and nearby excursions, it’s less a matter of finding something for everyone, and more a matter of finding time to experience them all. Take a tour of Lambeau Field and its Hall of Fame. Visit a local museum, a farmers' market, or take in a concert at the Resch Center. Explore the Door County peninsula filled with islands, beaches, fishing and sailing. As the gateway to the Wisconsin Northwoods, this is a place where you can cross-country ski, downhill ski, hunt, fish and water ski on more than a thousand lakes. No matter what time of year, your LODGE KOHLER experience is limited only by your imagination. Upon your reservation, our concierge can help you plan a day, an entire weekend or as long as you like.


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titletown DISTRICT

With 34 acres of green space and activities, once complete, there will always be something to do in the Titletown District. Join organized activities like boccie, Ping-Pong and group exercise classes, or initiate your own pickup games on the playing field. It’s winter, you say? Grab an inner tube and head to the sledding hill for spectacular views of Lambeau Field, or take a spin on the ice-skating trail.

 
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lambeau field

The most historic stadium in football is just 100 yards away—and so are a lot of unforgettable experiences. Take a tour of Lambeau Field and its Hall of Fame, learn about the Packers triumphant Super Bowl I and II wins, and get a peek behind the stadium scenes while learning insider details. The excitement starts with preseason games and extends well beyond the final championship game. Family Night and the Packers Training Camp offer even more one-of-a-kind experiences you won’t want to miss.

 
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in the community

You’ll find signs of football fever throughout the streets of Green Bay. With monuments and plaques filled with historic information, both the Packers Heritage Trail self-guided walking tour and the Oneida Nation Walk of Legends are fantastic ways to learn more about the legendary team while touring the city.

outdoor adventure

Boredom is one of the few things you won’t experience in Green Bay. From helicopter rides and state parks to shooting ranges, chartered fishing expeditions, Segway tours and golf courses, there are outdoor adventures to be had everywhere you look.

 

family

Family fun is easy to come by with a wide variety of tours, museums and parks to visit in the Green Bay area. From the sleekly designed Automobile Gallery and historic National Railroad Museum to the Wildlife Sanctuary and Amusement Park of Bay Beach, all ages are sure to find something they like.

 

food and wine

Get to know Wisconsin’s food and wine culture. Swing by a tasting room to sample delicious small-batch, handcrafted wines at one of the nearby wineries. Take a class on the science and history behind winemaking. Or roll up your sleeves and pick apples, cranberries and even blueberries to your heart’s content at nearby orchards. There’s plenty for every palate.

 
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festivals and arts

If you’re looking to infuse your trip with some culture, you’ll find an endless number of art centers, fairs and festivals that fit the bill. From summer’s music and hot air balloon festivals to Octoberfest and the holiday Merry-Time Festival of Trees, a celebration is always in season. And there’s always something new at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.

Cherries

With 2,500 acres of cherry orchards, a visit to Door County isn’t complete without picking, tasting and otherwise celebrating the beloved cherry. Local cherry growers offer orchard tours and the chance for visitors to pick their own. For those who prefer to sip their cherries, there are several wineries throughout the county offering delicious cherry wine. If you’re lucky enough to visit during the spring, be sure to take pictures of the spring cherry blossoms. They’re hard to miss.

 

beaches

Door County has miles of shoreline (250 to be exact) and 53 public beaches for visitors to enjoy all year-round from the soft and sandy beaches dotting the shores of Lake Michigan to smooth-pebbled Schoolhouse Beach, a geological treasure as one of only five limestone beaches in the world. Whether you’re looking to soak up the sun, take in a picnic or cool off on a hot summer day, you’re guaranteed to find a beach in Door County that suits your needs.

 

sailing

From a Jet Ski or pontoon to sailboat and tall-ship scenic cruises, Door County’s 250 miles of breath-taking shoreline and countless marinas make it the perfect place to enjoy Lake Michigan and the rustic Wisconsin scenery from a new perspective.

 

lighthouses

Originally built as beacons to guide ships to safety in the 1800s, Door County is home to 11 historic lighthouses throughout the peninsula and surrounding islands. Scenic guided Segway, trolley and boat tours are available for visitors wanting to take a closer look. And the Door County Maritime Museum Lighthouse Festival held in June gives enthusiasts even more access to these iconic landmarks.

 

birding

If you’re passionate about birds, grab your binoculars and head to Door County. Designated as a Bird City Wisconsin community in 2014, Door County strives to educate the public and protect its bird populations. Depending on the season, bird enthusiasts can expect to see all species of ducks, geese and cranes along with the less common indigo bunting, scarlet tanagers, tundra swans, pine siskins and many more.

Cranberries

Wisconsin takes cranberries very seriously. After all, it is the state fruit. Learn just what makes this berry so special on one of Northern Wisconsin’s cranberry marsh tours. And Cranberry Fest is not to be missed. Held annually in Eagle River, Wisconsin, more than 40,000 people attend this locally adored festival. With over 275 arts and crafts vendors from around the country, live entertainment and an endless assortment of cranberry foods and baked goods, there’s plenty to enjoy.

 
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Chequamegon-Nicolet national Forest

Located in Park Falls, Wisconsin, and covering more than 1.5 million acres of Wisconsin’s Northwoods, the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest offers outdoor lovers a host of activities. In addition to fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing, enthusiasts can enjoy the beaches, boat launches, picnicking and hiking trails during warmer seasons, while snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are especially picturesque during the winter.

 

Escanaba River State Forest

Bring your camera for a drive to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula where the Escanaba River State Forest is home to more than 280 species of birds and wildlife such as loons, ospreys, black bears and bobcats. Adventurists will find plenty of opportunities to enjoy hiking, canoeing, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

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the kohler design center

Originally built as a recreation hall for residents of the Village of Kohler, the Kohler Design Center, 65 miles away, now serves as the company’s historical museum and showroom. Take a guided tour where you can see some of the company’s original products from the 1800s, learn the history of the Kohler family and even experience some of the latest kitchen, bath and power product innovations from Kohler Co.

 
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THE kohler factory tour

Kohler’s "Industry in Action" factory tour is for anyone who’s ever wondered how a KOHLER® bath or faucet was made. Located just 65 miles away and guided by former Kohler factory employees themselves, these tours are packed with information and heartfelt insights. Visitors will learn the history behind the nation’s largest plumbingware manufacturer while walking through numerous buildings—pottery, brass and foundry—watching as everything from vitreous china bathroom sinks to KOHLER enameled cast-iron baths are created on-site.

 
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kohler Golf

If golf is your game, you won’t want to miss the Village of Kohler where you’ll find some of the most impressive, award-winning courses in the country; Whistling Straits®, the upcoming host of the 2020 Ryder Cup, as well as championship course, Blackwolf Run®, which has hosted multiple U.S. Women's Open Championships.

 
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hotels and shopping

World-class hospitality and specialty shopping reside in the Village of Kohler. It is home to The American Club®, Kohler’s five-star, five-diamond resort hotel built nearly a century ago as a temporary home for immigrants, as well as Inn on Woodlake and The Shops at Woodlake Kohler. A visit to the Village offers charm, sophistication and a chance to see one of the first planned communities in America where immigrants were able to build a new life and community for themselves.

 
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Dining

If you head to Kohler, bring your appetite. The finest dining and an extensive wine list can be found at The Immigrant Restaurant, the only four-star restaurant in Wisconsin which is rated as the #1 hotel restaurant in the United States by the readers of USA Today. For more laid-back dining, The Horse & Plow, once a taproom for immigrant workers at Kohler Co., now offers casual fare in a quaint tavern setting.