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Western Edge of Lake Michigan in July

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We are planning our trip around a conference in Chicago starting Friday, July 9th. We will leave Kansas City on July 3rd and visit friends in Champaign, IL. Sunday the 4th we plan to head north toward Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Are there "can't miss" places along the way to Sturgeon Bay? We are mostly interested in towns along the lake, hiking or biking trails, moderate priced dining with a view, and lodging along the waterfront. Any suggestions of a good place to spend the night on the 4th of July? Finally, any suggestions for lodging in Sturgeon Bay or surrounding area? Thanks.

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