Business Aviation and In-flight Catering Tips for Kohler, WisconsinAugust 05, 2015 by Stacey Farooqui
As we all get teed up for the upcoming PGA Championship on August 10-16 at Whistling Straits, it is important to research the city everyone will be flocking to. While the name “Kohler” may be an internationally recognized name, the city is not so well-known. Boasting a population of only around 2,500 and full of lush, green landscapes, Kohler is a golfer’s paradise.
Located on the Sheboygan River, you will access this city by operating to Sheboygan County Memorial Airport (SBM / KSBM). Depending on the time of your arrival, you will be greeted with temperatures between 60 F (16 C) to 80 F (27 C). If you are in need of in-flight catering upon departure from KSBM, this ICAO is serviced by the Air Culinaire Worldwide Network. As with any high-profile event, be sure to plan catering well in advance.
Kohler is a very ecologically-minded village, so there are many activities to enjoy that involve just you and nature. You will find gardens, hiking trails, and water activities in spring-fed ponds and on the Sheboygan River. The Kohler Company hosts events at the Kohler Design Studio, including the Kohler Food & Wine Experience in October, and a Holiday Market in November.
To get a taste of local art, visit the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Here you will find traditional wall art and sculptures, but also a collection dedicated to washrooms. Each year the arts center hosts a Midsummer Festival of the Arts in July, and the Levitt AMP Sheboygan Music Series which runs from the end of June through the beginning of September.
Located in Kohler, The American Club is a five-star resort where you can find luxurious accommodations, fine dining, world-class golf and Kohler Waters Spa – Wisconsin’s only five-star spa. As would be expected from the Kohler Company, the spa is decked out in gorgeous design elements, and the therapeutic indoor pool even has a waterfall feature. In this resort, you will also find five restaurants, including the Horse & Plow, The Wisconsin Room, The Greenhouse, The Winery Bar and The Immigrant Restaurant. While the village may be small, as you can see, it is full of natural escapes and five-star luxury.
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