Take A Day Trip To Plymouth, The Original Cheese Capital Of Wisconsin
Plymouth is a small town of about 8,500 people in the east-central part of the state — near Sheboygan. You wouldn’t realize it from looking at a map, but about 15 percent of all cheese produced in the United States is handled here. From production facilities to large cold storage warehouses, Plymouth is frankly just full of cheese. With a rich history in our state’s most well-known industry and a beautiful, walkable downtown area for you to explore, Plymouth is a perfect spot for a weekend trip. Take a day trip to the original cheese capital of Wisconsin.
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What are the best places to get cheese in Wisconsin?
As America’s Dairyland, it’s no surprise that we have tons of amazing cheese shops. If you want to explore some of the best, take our Wisconsin cheese road trip! This culinary adventure begins at Arena Cheese, an award-winning cheese shop. You’ll love their Colby and Colby Jack varieties. Then you’ll venture to Hook’s Cheese in Mineral Point. After that, continue to Brunkow Cheese in Darlington. Each and every stop on this trail will delight your taste buds.
What are the best day trips to take in Wisconsin?
There is so much to see and do in The Dairy State. If you’re looking for a unique Wisconsin day trip, you’re in luck! We have created quite a few guides over the years. For starters, check out our list of the 19 very best day trips you can take in Wisconsin. Explore the historic streets of Chippewa Falls, play a game at the oldest bowling alley in the state, and relax in a scenic vineyard. This list includes everything you could ever want to do in Wisconsin.
What are the best small town restaurants in Wisconsin?
You’ll find loads of exciting eateries in Wisconsin’s small towns! Sheila Mae’s Town Fryer, located in Burlington, is no exception. This tasty down-home eatery serves comfort meals that are to-die-for. If you loved this place, you should also visit Freddy Valentine’s in Spring Green. Need more ideas? Check out our list of the best small town restaurants in Wisconsin. This article highlights some of the most delicious, underrated eateries in the state.