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Located on the fringe of central Sheboygan, the Outer City of Sheboygan provides a small town atmosphere to residents, with the culture and convenience of a big city just minutes away. Several bars, shops, and restaurants make the vibrant neighborhood a popular destination. The low cost of living attracts families and workers to the area. Picturesque parks and lakes draw visitors year-round.


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As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Sheboygan, WI is $540 for a studio, $685 for one bedroom, and $836 for two bedrooms. Apartment rent in Sheboygan has increased by 4.2% in the past year.

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Several bars and restaurants serve this neighborhood. From live music to ethnic foods, anyone can enjoy a night on the town in this up-and-coming area. The nightlife hub resides minutes away in central Sheboygan. In this neighborhood, the bars and pubs tend to be sprinkled throughout the vicinity.

Locals enjoy dancing the night away at Braveheart Pub. Live music from local bands delight patrons, as well as the homey atmosphere. Anything goes at this laid-back pub. Check for special events before you go, as Braveheart offers a variety of activities. Check out the whiskey pairings for food perfectly matched with different whiskeys. Sample the ironic menu during the bar's beer and cheese night, a local favorite.

Go to Holidays Sports Pub and Grill for a pitcher of local beer and excellent bar food. Locals know this as the best place around to watch sports games. With two floors and several televisions, cheer on the Packers with the bar flies. Try one of the 16 tap beers and order an indulgent appetizer. The Nachos Nirvana will satisfy (and feed) everyone in your party. The mound of nachos are covered with melted cheese, jalapenos and chicken.

Meyer's Lakeview Pub may be located off the beaten path, but the drinks make up for it. The famous fishbowls can be shared between 2-4 people. A variety of available flavors provide something for everyone. These fruity drinks don't taste strong, but they certainly pack a punch. Locals tend to waddle in on "Waddling Wednesday" when the fishbowls are on special. Not into sharing? Try a delicious Brandy Old-Fashioned, a Wisconsin specialty. The bar has free popcorn all day, but the pizza draws patrons from surrounding areas. From the build-your-own to the specialty pizzas, the tangy homemade sauce will delight.


European immigrants from the northeast were the first to settle the area. The land was good for hunting, and later lumber became the first major industry. The population continued to grow while lumber was shipped out of the nearby port to international destinations.

Germans continue to have a strong presence here. The annual Johnsonville World Bratwurst Eating Contest draws visitors far and wide. The intense televised competition provides summertime entertainment for visitors.

While the arts scene tends to be concentrated in nearby Central Sheboygan, several museums are located just minutes away. The most popular, the Above and Beyond Children's Museum, accommodates thousands of visitors per year. Three floors of fun, interactive children's exhibits provide fun for the whole family. Visit the Physics Tree or the Musician's Corner for an educational and fun experience.


Easily accessible from Interstate 43, you'll find driving to be the most efficient means of transportation. Almost all businesses in this area provide free parking to patrons. Although no bike lanes exist in the vicinity, the cyclists and walkers alike enjoy canvassing the tranquil streets.

It may be difficult to hail a cab from the street in this location; however, if you call for one, a taxi will arrive promptly. Uber provides a nice alternative as a reliable source of transportation. If you prefer public transportation, try the efficient bus system. Shoreline Metro has many stops in Outer Sheboygan.


Lower than Central Sheboygan, the cost of living entices young families, recent college graduates and those on a fixed income to the neighborhood. A standard one-bedroom rental costs $551.81. The price of gas runs an astonishing 11 percent lower than the national average. $1.75 will take you to downtown Sheboygan. Locals tend to get the $3 daily pass for unlimited rides. A typical pub charges $4 for a pint of beer.


Many high-value stores populate the Outer Sheboygan area. The major shopping hub is located off of South Taylor Drive. The Memorial Mall Shopping Center reigns as the largest in the area, with chain stores such as Bath & Body Works, Kohl's, and Hobby Lobby. When they can, locals try to shop the many independent stores in the vicinity.

Tres Chic Boutique has a vast selection of affordable fashion for women. The small store sells clothes, shoes and accessories for all ages. The elegant selection feels much more expensive than the price tag implies. Keep an eye out for sales- the boutique offers 20 percent off of all merchandise a few times during the year, usually during summer months and the holiday season.

Head to the far end of Outer Sheboygan to Relish Kitchen Store. You're sure to find a gift for the chef in your life, and maybe even a thing or two for yourself. A wide variety of kitchen gadgets and utensils line the walls. The quality of the cutlery is popular among the locals, with well-known brands, such as Wusthof. For an amateur, several quirky gifts, such as patterned aprons and fun pizza cutters will be sure to please.

While chain grocery stores do service the area, you would do well to seek out an independent store. The best one in the neighborhood, Miesfeld's Meat Market, has an amazing variety of fresh meats and cheeses. In a pinch for dinner? Miesfeld's does the work so you don't have to. Residents love the tender steaks and specialty items, such as the cheese and broccoli stuffed chicken breasts. A popular item are the store-made marinades to accompany your meat purchase. From beef jerky to brats, it's impossible to walk out of Miesfeld's empty-handed.


The neighborhood has a few different parks that patrons frequent year-round. Free to the public, all the parks in the area are dog- and child-friendly. The parks do not charge an entrance or parking fee.

Fitness-conscious park goers particularly enjoy Rochester Park. The 10-acre park provides several facilities for public use. Get a team together for a late night game on the lighted baseball diamond, or go during the day for a tennis match. The park's hills provide excellent sledding in the winter months or a place to train in the warmer weather, and children relish the playground all year round.

Visit the Sheboygan Dog Park for a fun time with your pup. The large, fenced park allows some off-the-leash playtime for your four-legged friend. Open year round, the park fills with stir crazy dogs and their owners during the winter.


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Club At Oak Creek Apartments
2143 Bollmann Dr, Sheboygan, WI 53081
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$610 - 755 Studio - 2 Bed Available 09/01/17
Meadowland Villas
2743 N Promenade Cir, Sheboygan, WI 53081
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$949 - 1,319 1-2 Bed Available Now
Villas at Union Square
2128 Meadowland Dr, Sheboygan, WI 53081
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$809 - 979 1-2 Bed Available Now
Village Green
3706 Superior Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081
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3619 S 12th St, Sheboygan, WI 53081
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Apartments for Rent in Outer City Of Sheboygan, Sheboygan, WI

Located on the fringe of central Sheboygan, the Outer City of Sheboygan provides a small town atmosphere to residents, with the culture and convenience of a big city just minutes away. Several bars, shops, and restaurants make the vibrant neighborhood a popular destination. The low cost of living attracts families and workers to the area. Picturesque parks and lakes draw visitors year-round.

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