Destination Kohler Well-Being Events

Older. Wiser. Stronger. – F/I/T Event Series

April 28–30, 2019
Staying fit and active is a lifelong endeavor. As the kids head off to their own lives and your career requires less of your time, what better way to spend it than doing things you love. Learn how you can enjoy physical activity while remaining injury-free at any age. Older and wiser come naturally. Stronger is where the fun begins.

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Kohler Well-Being Experience

May 3–5, 2019
With the Midwest’s premier luxury resort as a backdrop, guests will be treated to a fun and fresh perspective on the world of well-being featuring some of the most focused and influential figures including Daphne Oz and Anna Kaiser.

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Nurtured by Nature – F/I/T Event Series

May 5–7, 2019
Being attuned to the natural world around you – the seasons, the flora and fauna – can have a tremendous impact on your outlook. Feeling grounded and connected to nature can bring a calm and resilience in the face of everyday stresses. Come to deepen your relationship with the natural and to understand what you can do to nurture it in your own life.

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Daily Activities at River Wildlife

Nearly 300 acres are maintained in a natural state and are perfect for self-guided hiking and seasonal cross-country skiing. Trails wind throughout the preserve and afford the privilege of viewing wildlife firsthand. Guest passes are required.
Individual $28
Family $56


Shooting Sports at River Wildlife

Available Year-Round
Sharpen your shooting skills on either our Trap or 5-Stand clay shooting courses. Trap is geared towards the beginner while 5-Stand is set up for the more experienced shooter. Equipment and instruction are available. Reservations available from 8am to 3pm.
Trap (25 targets) $21
5-Stand (25 targets) $26
Shotgun Rental $18
Shells (per box) $12.50


Self-Guided Fishing at River Wildlife

Available Year-Round    
Some of the best fishing in the state is available in the fall and spring as trout and salmon make their way upstream in the Sheboygan River. Anglers must provide their own fishing gear and applicable licenses. Guest passes are required.
Individual $28
Family $56