The Door County Newsletter

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Virtual Experience: Cherry Blossoms

Cherry blossoms season is nearly here! Imagine seeing the blossoms in person with this virtual tour that transports you to a Door County cherry orchard in bloom.

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Trail Biking in Door County

Door County is home to dozens of miles of bike-friendly trails that will take you within view of bluffs, cliffsides, forests, shorelines, waterways, and other fantastic scenery.

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Where to Find Live Music this Summer

Summer is when Door County’s music scene comes alive. Between festivals, events, outdoor concerts, orchestral and symphonic performances, and even farmers markets, there’s a venue or musical style for everyone, on just about any night of the week.

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Featured Video: Our Door County: The Nature of Art

Door County's natural landscapes have long inspired artists of all kinds, even before there was a well-known arts scene.

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Business Spotlight

Julie's Park Cafe & Motel

The café is open for the summer season.

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Gordon Lodge

130 acres. All yours to explore.

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Eagle Harbor Inn

Eat, drink, and stay in centrally located Ephraim!

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Jim Kress Maritime Lighthouse Tower at the Door County Maritime Museum

See Door County like never before!

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Best of Spring

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Hunting for Mushrooms in Door County

Door County’s edible wild mushrooms are as easy to find on the plates at local restaurants as they are in the damp woods throughout the peninsula. Mor…
Hunting for Mushrooms in Door County

Door County Spring Birding Guide

Between 300 miles of shorelines, 13 protected Door County Land Trust sites, and dozens of state, county, and municipal parks and greenspaces, there is…
Door County Spring Birding Guide

4 Amazing Women from Door County History

March is International Women’s Month, so to celebrate all the great women who have left their mark on Door County, we’re sharing the stories of four h…
4 Amazing Women from Door County History

Animals & Wildlife of Door County

If animal and wildlife viewing is on your Door County itinerary, here are the kinds of animals you might see and where to go to safely and respectfull…
Animals & Wildlife of Door County

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Meet the Mother of Door County Conservation

One of Door County’s first nature crusaders was Emma Toft, whose best-known accomplishment is her lifelong fight to protect her family land, now Toft …
Meet the Mother of Door County Conservation

DC Land Trust: Preserving Mother Earth

As we gear up for Earth Day, we’re showing our appreciation for the Door County Land Trust and its ongoing conservation, sustainability, and advocacy …
DC Land Trust: Preserving Mother Earth

Celebrate Mother's Day in Door County

If you’ll be in Door County for Mother’s Day this year and have a special mother in your life, now is the perfect time to start planning your May 8 fe…
Celebrate Mother's Day in Door County

Splendor & Solitude at County Parks

One of the area’s best-kept secrets for escaping crowds and finding peace in nature is heading to these 19 county parks spread throughout the peninsul…
Splendor & Solitude at County Parks

Backpacking in Door County’s State Parks

Backpacking is an experience like no other. Door County has two options for multi-day hikes or backpacking adventures, including for beginner backpack…
Backpacking in Door County’s State Parks

Door County State Parks Trivia

Springtime means the prime months for spending time outdoors and exploring Door County are right around the corner, and there are no better places to …
Door County State Parks Trivia

Door County’s Maritime Historical Sites

Living and working on Lake Michigan has long been a part of the Door County identity, and relics of the region's maritime roots can still be seen toda…
Door County’s Maritime Historical Sites

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