6 Ideas for
Indoor Winter Fun
in Door County
6 Ideas for Indoor Winter Fun in Door County
When it gets too cold outside to enjoy Door County’s outdoor adventures, there’s plenty to do inside. Warm up on these great indoor activities when the chill is too much!
Taste the new flavors of Door County by making a stop at a Door County winery (or several!). The Door County Wine Trail guides you to seven distinct local wineries. Watch this video to learn more about the burgeoning wine making scene in Door County.
Take a ride in a heated trolley before embarking on a sleigh ride through a beautiful snow-covered landscape. Visit Door County Trolley’s website for tour availability of Winter Wonderland tours, plus wineries, breweries, and other tours.
Door County is increasingly well-known as a place to enrich your mind. You can expect to find a variety of art classes or family art days, nature-themed courses, baking classes, and literature experiences. Find a class at The Clearing, Peninsula School of Art, Hands On Art Studio, The Flour Pot, and Write On, Door County. You can also check out fascinating lectures in the Door Community Auditorium’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
Get a couples or deep tissue massage, hair treatment, or treat yourself to a facial or mani-pedi. Click here for a list of the county’s relaxing, rejuvenating spas and salons.
Shop 'Til You Drop!
Get your retail therapy at the peninsula’s scores of unique stores, boutiques, and galleries.
The Sister Bay Bowl (Sister Bay), Cherry Lanes (Sturgeon Bay), and Apple Valley Lanes (Sturgeon Bay) all offer open bowling for the family. Both the Sister Bay Bowl and Cherry Lanes are smaller facilities and offer a traditional bowling experience with handwritten scoresheets. Apple Valley Lanes offers cosmic bowling Friday and Saturday night.