Destination Door County most recently celebrated National Travel and Tourism Week from May 1-7, 2022!
Tourism continues to play a critical role in financially supporting our residents and is the reason so many unique experiences, attractions, and things like restaurants, parks, and entertainment venues are available in Door County for all to enjoy.
Tax dollars generated from visitors also financially support municipal governments throughout the county and have helped pay for many park upgrades and public green space expansions.
Join Destination Door County in recognizing the importance of travel in our community during national travel and tourism week this year, and every year.
Special Tourism Publication
Destination Door County published an 8-page printed piece as part of the April 29, 2022 issue of Peninsula Pulse and covered a wide range of topics related to tourism, the organization, and room tax in Door County. View a digital version of the publication here.
Economic Impact of Tourism
The most recent tourism economic impact study was released in June 2022 and reflects information from calendar year 2021. View the report.
Door County Tourism Video
The following video was produced for Destination Door County in spring 2022 and highlights what tourism means for Door County, the impact it has had over the years and what to expect for the future of tourism in the county.
2022 National Travel & Tourism Week Breakfast Event
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and Tourism Secretary-designee Anne Sayers were welcomed by nearly 200 guests at Destination Door County’s annual National Travel & Tourism Week breakfast celebration at Stone Harbor Resort on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Read more about it in this event recap media release...
County Tourism Proclamation
Destination Door County thanks the Door County Board of Supervisors for passing proclamation 2022-17 at their March 22, 2022 meeting, officially denoting May 1-7, 2022 as Travel & Tourism Week in Door County. Destination Door County appreciates the county board recognizing the importance of tourism and the opportunity this special week provides for enhancing industry awareness with Door County residents.