The Lake Michigan shoreline north of Milwaukee and south of Door County is very diverse geographically, ranging from cities and towns to beaches, state parks, nature preserves, and windswept golf courses. The largest city along the coast in this area is Sheboygan, where the Sheboygan River flows into Lake Michigan. Other towns and cities on the coast include Manitowoc and Two Rivers north of Sheboygan and Port Washington and Grafton south of Sheboygan.
A Road Trip along the shores of Lake Michigan discovering beautiful cities in Michigan and Wisconsin. Spend amazing stays in; The Lake Michigan Shore North Area (with its sand dunes, wetlands, bogs, prairie areas and wide camping areas), and Green Bay. After that, drive to Michigan and along The Mackinac Straits (witch divides two of the Great Lakes: Lake Huron and Lake Michigan). Don't miss out on the opportunity to enjoy the many recreational opportunities in the area!. Continue to Traverse City (the “Cherry Capital of the World", and home to giant sand dunes, world-class culture and arts festivals); and finish your trip in the charming town of Holland (with its Dutch heritage, white sandy beaches and downtown cobblestone sidewalks). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
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Milwaukee - Lake Winnebago: 1 hr. 10 mins. approx.
Lake Winnebago - Green Bay: 1 hr. approx.
Green Bay - Lake Michigan Shore North Area: 1 hr. - 1 hr. 20 mins approx.
Lake Michigan Shore North Area- Milwaukee Airport: 30 - 50 mins. approx.
Milwaukee - Lake Michigan Shore North Area: 40 mins/ 1 hr. approx.
Lake Michigan Shore South Area - Milwaukee Airport: 1.hr/ 30 mins. approx.
Holland –Traverse City: 2hrs 46 min approx.
Traverse City - Mackinac Straits: 2 hr 5 min approx.
Mackinac Straits - Green Bay: 4 hrs 27min approx.
Green Bay- Lake Michigan Shore North: 54 mins. approx.
Lake Michigan Shore North - Milwaukee: 2 hr 28 mins. Approx.