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Catch ’em All with New WiFi at the Waterbury Inn!

Summer is in full swing in Door County and we’re busier than ever at the Waterbury Inn! With all this increase in guests, we’ve made a few upgrades around the hotel. Obvious ones include new sofas and window blinds in the rooms. There’s a less than obvious one that eagle-eyed guests may have spotted going […]


Orchid Mania in Door County!

One of the best kept secrets of Door County is also one of the most colorful! Few realize that the Door Peninsula is home to 33 of the 40 Orchid varieties native to Wisconsin! No trips to the tropics needed to see beautiful and unique flowers!

Each June, the roadsides and woodland trails fill with bright […]


Take a Tour of Door County in Springtime

With the arrival of warm temperatures and sunshine comes the cleaning and preparing of the gardens and courtyards of the Waterbury Inn. The daffodils are just hitting their peak, and the sweet smell of the hyacinths is wafting on the breeze, making even the least glamorous chores enjoyable.

This is just the prelude to beauty that […]


Door County Awakens From Winter

Longer days, warmer temperatures, and the patter of rain mean Spring is right around the corner! Though it hasn’t officially sprung yet, these early warm days have plants and animals waking up all around the Door County peninsula.

The early spring season is a perfect time to appreciate the natural wonders of Door County! The melting […]


Have Fun Filled February!

In the depths of winter, it can be it can be hard to stay active and enthusiastic about the season. Luckily, Door County has the action and excitement you need to battle the winter “blahs”!

February is a fun-filled month on the peninsula! This year marks the 29th year for the Fish Creek Winter Festival (Feb. […]


November is a Time for Thanks…

As the tourism season ends in Door County, many businesses are preparing for the relaxed pace of winter on the peninsula. Along with winterizing, raking leaves, and clearance sales, it is a time to reflect on the past six months.

Ask anyone who works in Door County about the 2015 tourism season and they’ll tell you […]


When the lights go out, Door County Shines

On August 2nd, a powerful thunderstorm ripped across the Green bay of Lake Michigan, knocking power out in Door County. The entire peninsula north of Sturgeon Bay was effected and many trees were toppled. This meant we’d be without power for more than just a couple hours!

Lucky for residents and visitors alike, some businesses were […]

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