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Door County Peninsula & Washington Island


1015 Green Bay Road
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 800-527-3529


Door County Peninsula & Washington Island


(??.? miles from you)

1015 Green Bay Road
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
United States


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Why You Should Go...

The Door County Visitor Bureau in Sturgeon, WI, is ready to help you plan your next stay in Door County. With plenty of shoreline and great shopping, there is fun for everyone in the family at any one of the great tow

Door County is surrounded by water, with over 300 miles of shoreline to explore. You can bring your own vessel, or charter one when you get here. If the beach doesn’t interest you, you could play a round of golf, or hike alone one of the area's many nature trails.

There are plenty of great restaurants, all featuring freshly caught fish, and locally grown fruits and vegetables. Visit an art gallery, get all your shopping done, visit a spa for a luxurious relaxation experience, or even tour one of the several local wineries and breweries.

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Why You Should Go...

The Door County Visitor Bureau in Sturgeon, WI, is ready to help you plan your next stay in Door County. With plenty of shoreline and great shopping, there is fun for everyone in the family at any one of the great towns and cities Door County has to offer.

Door County is surrounded by water, with over 300 miles of shoreline to explore. You can bring your own vessel, or charter one when you get here. If the beach doesn’t interest you, you could play a round of golf, or hike alone one of the area's many nature trails.

There are plenty of great restaurants, all featuring freshly caught fish, and locally grown fruits and vegetables. Visit an art gallery, get all your shopping done, visit a spa for a luxurious relaxation experience, or even tour one of the several local wineries and breweries.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

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Fun Facts

Founded in 1851, Door County is named after Death’s Door, the aptly named water passage that lies off the tip of the peninsula where the waters of Lake Michigan and Green Bay converge. Numerous 18th, 19th and early 20th century shipwrecks can be found there…none recently!

Door County has 11 historic lighthouses that dot the peninsula’s shores, one of the largest concentrations of lighthouses for any county in the United States. Three are regularly open for tours. 

Door County has 5 state parks, 19 county parks and a large number of local parks, nature preserves and state natural areas that give visitors a variety of options to explore Door County’s natural beauty. Enjoy more than 23,000 acres of public and preserved land in Door County to explore.

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Why You Should Go...

The Door County Visitor Bureau in Sturgeon, WI, is ready to help you plan your next stay in Door County. With plenty of shoreline and great shopping, there is fun for everyone in the family at any one of the great towns and cities Door County has to offer.

Door County is surrounded by water, with over 300 miles of shoreline to explore. You can bring your own vessel, or charter one when you get here. If the beach doesn’t interest you, you could play a round of golf, or hike alone one of the area's many nature trails.

There are plenty of great restaurants, all featuring freshly caught fish, and locally grown fruits and vegetables. Visit an art gallery, get all your shopping done, visit a spa for a luxurious relaxation experience, or even tour one of the several local wineries and breweries.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Extra Fun

Fun Facts

Founded in 1851, Door County is named after Death’s Door, the aptly named water passage that lies off the tip of the peninsula where the waters of Lake Michigan and Green Bay converge. Numerous 18th, 19th and early 20th century shipwrecks can be found there…none recently!

Door County has 11 historic lighthouses that dot the peninsula’s shores, one of the largest concentrations of lighthouses for any county in the United States. Three are regularly open for tours. 

Door County has 5 state parks, 19 county parks and a large number of local parks, nature preserves and state natural areas that give visitors a variety of options to explore Door County’s natural beauty. Enjoy more than 23,000 acres of public and preserved land in Door County to explore.

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