Algoma, Wisconsin is a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan. 

Algoma is about 35 miles east of Green Bay and 120 miles north of Milwaukee

Walking the breakwater piers gives you a sense of the might of Lake Michigan.

Algoma is home to the largest charter fishing fleet in Wisconsin. Sport fishermen regularly catch salmon, brown trout, and steelhead.

The Algoma pierhead lighthouse is a popular sight. It's fun to watch boats come into harbor here . . .

And, this is also a lovely place to take in a sunrise.

Algoma's Crescent Beach is a popular place to cool off on hot summer days.

And, the Crescent Beach Boardwalk is a pleasant place to take a stroll.

Algoma has lots of cool, old buildings. It's a great place to take a walking tour and take in historic architecture.

The downtown has lots of cool murals that greet visitors in surprising places.

Algoma is one of Wisconsin's best business incubators. Von Stiehl winery is the oldest winery in the state.

Ahnapee Brewery is known for some of the region's best craft brews.

The Ahnapee Trail is a popular place to hike, bike, ride horses, snowmobile, and even dog sled!

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