You Deserve a Door County Winter Getaway!
Door County winters offer the best of both worlds — a ton of active, outdoor pursuits, and plenty of cozy coffee shops, restaurants, pubs and lodging options to keep you warm when you come inside.
Discover Nature of Romance Lodging Specials
Take advantage of our seasonal Nature of Romance specials and packages for a winter getaway with the one you love. Click here to learn more.
Organizers and hockey players alike are gearing up for the second annual tourney, which will be held Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015.
Get Your Hands on the New Door County Visitor Guide!
We know you’ve been waiting, and finally, the 2015 Door County Visitor Guide has arrived! This amazing resource will help you get a jump start on planning your next trip to the peninsula and islands. Pre-order now! Call 1 (800) 52-RELAX (73529), or click below to order.
The Peninsula Arts Association, established in 1937, is Door County’s oldest nonprofit for local artists and crafters.
Two of the five state parks in Door County, Peninsula State Park and Potawatomi State Park, are open for winter camping.
Three of the 11 Door County lighthouses are located on or near the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal: Canal Station Pier-head Lighthouse, Canal Station Lighthouse and Sherwood Point Lighthouse.
The canal that runs through Sturgeon Bay from the lakeside of the peninsula to the bayside (aptly named the Sturgeon Bay Shipping Canal) is 7 miles long, and reduces the trip distance from Green Bay to the open waters of Lake Michigan by 150 miles.
January Photo Challenge: Cold As Ice
This month’s Capture Door County photo challenge tips its’ cap to frozen water. Ice can take many forms in many places. Whatever the form or wherever the place (as long as it’s in Door County!), we are looking for your best ice themed photos. Capture and submit your best photo interpretations of this challenge for a chance to win prizes and bragging rights!