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Door County has more than a dozen marinas with wonderful facilities, from public boat launches to sailing tours to boat rentals for enjoying some of the best fishing in Wisconsin.
Location and service set Door County marinas apart from other Great Lakes boating destinations. Nearly every community in the county offers a marina where you can take a short walk from the dock to wonderful restaurants, taverns and shopping. You’ll find plentiful amenities at most marinas as well as convenience stores and delis nearby to stock up on supplies or pack sandwiches for a day on the water.
And once you pull away from the dock, you’ll be treated to awe-inspiring views of the bluffs of the Niagara Escarpment that line the shores of Door County. Explore the islands in the bay and lake, or hug the shore and check out spectacular waterfront homes.
After crossing Death’s Door, pull up to this 10-slip marina with transient slips and maximum boat length of 30 feet. Grab a bite to eat on shore, or rent bikes or mopeds and explore the island. You’ll find restrooms here as well.
The Liberty Grove town dock is just steps from the shops and restaurants of Ellison Bay, including the general store where you can stock up on goods for the boat. The dock offers 16 slips with a maximum boat length of 28 feet, restrooms, and transient slips.
Located at the mouth of the Mink River in Liberty Grove at Rowleys Bay Resort, the marina offers 12 slips plus transient slips. The resort offers drinks and dining, and there are also fuel, showers, restrooms, and laundry facilities. The marina can accommodate boats of up 30 feet.
Ephraim Marina is in the center of beautiful Ephraim, steps from iconic Wilson’s Restaurant and Anderson Dock. It offers a maximum boat length of 45 feet and up to 35 slips. Transient slips and restrooms available.
The Sister Bay Marina is located in the heart of downtown, a short walk to the bustling restaurants and beer gardens of Sister Bay and beautiful Waterfront Park. The marina offers 65 seasonal rental slips, 35 transient slips, and a long list of facilities including: showers, restrooms, lounge, electric and water hook-ups, cable TV, bike rentals, and Wi-Fi. Fuel is not available at this marina but is across the street.
The Egg Harbor Marina was expanded and renovated into one of the peninsula’s best in 2010 with a full range of services. The marina accommodates boats up to 100 feet, with a water depth of more than 10 feet and length of 100 feet. You’ll find restrooms, shower, laundry, pump out services and fuel. The marina offers 65 slips as well as transient slips.
In the center of Fish Creek and all it has to offer, the marina offers 30 slips, water depth up to 10 feet, and can accomodate boats up to 45 feet. Fuel, showers, restrooms, wifi, and pump out available. Transient slips available.
A popular launch point for fishermen, this is the only marina on the Lake Michigan side in northern Door County. It offers free trailer parking across the street, seasonal and transient slips with power and water hookups, restrooms, and showers.
Off the boat you’ll find great restaurants, coffee, bars, and a brewery just up the street.
Skipperbud’s marina in Sturgeon Bay is a full-service marina with fuel, pump-outs, controlled parking lots, dock service, and cable TV. The 250-slip marina can handle boats up to 80 feet.
A full-service marina with fuel, pump-outs, controlled parking lots, dock service, and cable TV. The 250-slip marina can handle boats up to 80 feet. Located in the heart of Sturgeon Bay at the foot of the historic Steel Bridge, you can dock just steps from great dining and shopping and the wonderful Door County Maritime Museum.
At Alibi you’re a quick walk from a grocery store to refill reserves, great local hangouts for food and drinks, and some of the county’s best shopping. Get pump-out service at every slip, wifi, direct TV, restrooms, and bike rentals.
This deep-water marina provides safe harbor for seasonal and transient boats of up to 130 feet, and easy access to Chambers Island, Nicolet Bay in Peninsula State Park, and cruise along the shoreline side of Cottage Row.
A 21-slip marina with transient slips that can handle boats up to 55 feet, this marina is located at Stone Harbor Resort and Conference center just a block from historic 3rd Avenue. Hop off to dine, drink, shop and explore a short walk from the boat. You’ll also find showers and restrooms and wi-fi.
Don’t have a boat of your own, or don’t want to tow it up on vacation? There are plenty of rental options in Fish Creek, Ephraim, Sister Bay, Nicolet Bay, and Sturgeon Bay. There are also several boat tour operators available.
Our marinas are also a great place to cast a line or watch the sunset, so whether you own a boat or not, you can experience the rich boating culture of Door County. Today, they offer you a shoreline view of some of the most beautiful places in Wisconsin.
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