Blue Harbor Resort Sheboygan, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

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Blue Harbor Resort and Spa is the only full service resort nestled on the Wisconsin shores of Lake Michigan. We have 182 spacious guest suites each with private balconies with lake or city/river views. In addition we have 64 Lakeview and City view two and four bedroom villas. Blue Harbor Resort and Spa is located one hour from Milwaukee and General Mitchell International Airport less than two hours from Madison and just about two hours from the Chicago metropolitan area. A few of our exceptional features include. Spectacular views of sunrises sailboats and surfers on Lake Michigan. Bonfires and barbecues on the beach. Lake Michigan beachfront offering sandy beach grassy areas for picnics and fireside gatherings outdoor pool patios and walking paths. A grand atrium with views of Lake Michigan. Precious Cargo and Washed Ashore our exceptional gift shops featuring. Vera Bradley Brighton jewelry clothing local specialty gift items and sundries you may have forgotten to pack. Breaker Bay Indoor Waterpark for the kid in all of us Private party room gift shop and special Waterpark services available through Crew Club. Reflections Spa Offering a luxurious selection of services including massage manicure pedicures facials skin care consultation any pampering you desire. Ship Shape Fitness Center equipped with cardiovascular and weight lifting equipment. Latitude 43 an intimate dining option with a panoramic view of Lake Michigan. On the Rocks Bar and Grille a casual space to relax have lunch dinner and enjoy the spectacular view. Rusty Anchor offers breakfast and lunch. Over 16800 square feet of flexible event space including a Grand Ballroom divisible into seven private meeting rooms. Lakeside Terrace a large common area overlooking Lake Michigan. The Island Room Captain s Landing and more private room options overlooking the lake. Multiple waterfront decks grassy areas bonfire pit and the beach all available for private barbeques fish boils and entertaining. Our outdoor s

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  1. Sally Guenterberg (verified owner)

    Great for kids 10 and younger

    We stayed in a condo which is huge with a full kitchen. It is not connected to the waterpark though. The weather was nice for the end of October on Lake Michigan in Wisconsin so the run to and from the waterpark wasnt bad. They had a costume contest for the kids with a resort gift card as the prize. And trick or treating at a few locations in the main hotel. But the water park is very small. Even for our 7 year old who brought a friend it became repetitive. The game room has just a few games with just a few choices for prizes. It is really a shame. The place is gorgeous and the view is equally nice. But the waterpark is so small, we will not go back. We went years ago when our 12 year old was 5 and it worked out well. But now, I guess we have outgrown the place.

    Tips for Families

    Best for families with young children. If the weather is nice take advantage of the grounds and being right on Lake Michigan. Go for a walk, fly a kite…

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  2. Maria Kula (verified owner)

    Frolicked, dined, and splashed at Blue Harbor with the family to upgrade our dreary winter.

    This place was roomy and family-friendly, from the themed rooms kids love, wide halls (perfect for a preschool to run through), ice cream parlor, and of course, lovely indoor waterpark. My son was exhausted at the end of each day!

    Tips for Families

    We dressed up one night and had an early dinner at Latitude, a nice place on the other side of the resort. Also absolutely loved the breakfast buffet, worth it’s payment. I’d recommend bringing board games for the hotel room.

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