How to Get
to Door County
Follow the signs to relaxation and bliss
Arrive in Door County worry-free and safely. Please be aware of the lower speed limits that are common for tourism destinations like ours. Get driving directions to Door County with this interactive map. Note: Door County starts just north of Algoma at the Welcome Door County sign and the first major city is Sturgeon Bay. Get driving directions to Door County with this interactive map.
* Door County will have its first two, multi-lane roundabouts open by July 1, 2016 on WIS 42/57 in Sturgeon Bay after crossing the Bayview Bridge. WisDOT provides roundabout education materials to the traveling public, local communities, citizens and businesses to help motorists adjust to driving roundabouts. A video tutorial and other educational materials are available on www.wisconsinroundabouts.gov
Door County Trolley, Inc.
Trolley Rental Available for any size group. Heated and Enclosed Trolleys for year round use. Also available for Door County-Green Bay Airport Transportation. Open in Winter.
Door 2 Door Rides
Shared ride taxi and bus connector system in Sturgeon Bay and Northern Door County areas including connectors to and from northern Door County to Egg Harbor, Valmy, Sister Bay, Baileys Harbor, Brussels, and Algoma.
The Island Clipper departs Gills Rock at the tip of the Door Peninsula and carries visitors through island-studded waters to picturesque Washington Island. The 65 ft., 149 seat all-weather craft, with the latest in safety and navigational equipment, makes the seven mile, 20 minute trip relaxing and enjoyable with comfort seating and narration of your voyage through Death's Door. Once you're on the Island, take a guided 90-minute tour. The Viking Train stops at four points of interest.
Rock Island Ferry
Karfi is a 45 passenger ferry that operates daily from late May to early October; carrying campers, hikers, day visitors and gear to from Jackson Harbor on Washington Island to Rock Island State Park. Be sure to visit our website for more information.
Washington Island Ferry Line
Fun ride by ferry to Door County's island community. Enjoy Island museums, parks, shops, restaurants. Overnight lodging, too. For those without a car, plan an Island tour or bike ride. For a choice of departure times and info, call. Open in Winter.
Lake Michigan Car Ferry
The Carferry links Ludington, Michigan, to Manitowoc, Wisconsin, sailing 7 days a week from mid-May to mid-October. On the S.S. Badger, what would be a 450-mile drive is a four-hour pleasure cruise with movies, refreshments and entertainment in the form of Badger Bingo. Reservations are recommended. Call (616) 845-5555 or (800) 841-4243.
Washington Island Airport
Technical Info (Airnav) for Pilots
Washington Island Airport
Green Bay, WI 54313-5596