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Let’s Spring Ahead, Already!!

Not one person in Door County will argue that this Winter has been a bit of a bust. Last year it was -40°F wind chills. This year it’s been above 40°F more days than it’s been below 0°. Neither make for an enjoyable winter experience, but the warmer weather is the bane of outdoor enthusiasts. […]


Book your Stay Now, for Summer Fun!

It’s hard to believe that new year is already off to a busy start! New businesses are popping up all over the Door County Peninsula, and new faces are exploring the quaint towns. The cold weather that January brings doesn’t dampened enthusiasm for the natural wonders, and cultural delights that Door County and it’s communities […]


Holiday Activities Around Door County

Holiday fun starts as soon as the leaves fall and the snow flurries start to fly! Even before Thanksgiving, the Winter Holiday celebrations begin around Door County. Sturgeon Bay kicks off the festivities with “Christmas by the Bay” and the “Merry-Time Festival of Trees” November 22nd-23rd. “Christmas by the Bay” is located throughout downtown Sturgeon […]


April Showers Bring May Flowers!

Spring has been slow to arrive on the Door Peninsula. The polar vortex brought cold winds and record breaking snow totals. It was great for winter sports enthusiasts, as well as the native plants and non-native garden perennials. A good, deep snow pack acts not only as an insulator against the brutal cold but also […]


Door County’s Very Own Film Festival!

As mother nature settles into mid winter and the snow deepens around Door County, the temptation to stay wrapped up in blankets and watch movies all day gets stronger. Valentines Day breaks up the long stretch between holidays and offers a diversion and some romance! It’s a perfect reason to visit Door County in the […]


Winter Brings Nature Closer

Planning a Winter trip to Door County can be challenging. What is there to do in the “off season”? What is open for business? What if there is no snow? For the Arctic Adventurers and the shopping warriors, Door County offers plenty to experience during the quieter, colder months of the year.

For those who care […]


Make Winter Memories that will Last Lifetime

The Holiday and Winter Season kicks off just after Thanksgiving in Door County. While this may seem a bit early, it ensures that everyone has an opportunity to enjoy the magic of the season! From shopping and wine tours, special menus and confections, to candle light skis and hikes…there’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Ephraim’s Christmas […]


The Great Indoors!

Outdoor adventuring isn’t for everyone. There are lose who enjoy accessibility, climate control, modern facilities, no mosquitoes…Door County has lots to offer the “Indoor Adventurer”! The Door County Peninsula settles down as soon as kids go back to school, but the day and night life stay active!

Mid-week is a perfect time to come and relax. […]


Music is in the Air in Late August…

Every August, the trees buzz with the song of the cicada accompanied by the wind through the leaves. Combined with the percussion of the waves, nature writes a sweet and languid song. The music of the wind, waves, and wildlife make a great soundtrack to the sun drenched Door Peninsula. It should come as no […]


It’s Cherry Season!

The hot humid days of July means long days at the beach, hikes through the cool woods, and cherries! The mid July sun puts a red gleam on the fruit heavy branches signaling that cherry picking season is about to begin on the Door County Peninsula.

Door County is uniquely suited for cherry growing. The poor […]

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