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Locals will tell you Door County winter sunsets are even better than those in the summer. Here's why.
In the summer, we are fortunate to have many venues in Door County for the performing arts, especially those that perform “under the stars”.
My husband and I chase the sunset along a Door County creek. He carries a camera like a normal person, I carry a crystal ball like a half-crazed wizard-wannabe ready to recreate a scene from The Lord of the Rings. But that’s not the mission – we’re not sorcerers (though he bought the crystal ball for $14. 95 from a ‘magical supply’ company), we’re photographers. Well, Luke’s the professional, I’m the amateur.
This year the spring season got off to a late start, which means a late harvest for some of summer’s star items, including tomatoes, watermelon and corn. Before you turn your sights to pumpkin pies this September, take advantage of the late summer bounty.
The dog days of summer are fantastic in Door County, then the harvest comes in full in September. Get the scoop on the best of the peninsula and island's community events and festivals!
I am an avid outdoorsman, taking advantage of all that Door County has to offer. I especially enjoys fishing during the summer months.
Planning your summer vacation? Choose the village voted the #1 small-town getaway in the Midwest! Ephraim offers memorable experiences for every age.
Explore the many islands of Door County this summer! Washington Island, Rock Island, Cana Island and the Grand Traverse Islands are beautiful and fascinating spots to experience.
Door County's summer season is short and glorious, and if you want to get the full experience, you have to get it kayaking in Door County
It’s a tradition that my family has every Sunday during the summer. We head downtown to the Baileys Harbor Farm Market and buy our produce for the week.
"What do you do all winter in Door County?" is a frequently asked question from visitors that are accustomed to the buzzing villages of summer.
Now that spring's in session and summer is approaching, it's time to get outdoors and embrace all that Door County's scenic attractions and ecological wonders have to offer.
Sometimes you need to get away and put the focus on you. Late summer and fall in Door County is a great time for a vacation that's all about you, with perfect weather and dozens of ways to indulge.
Spending time in the sun and playing in the water are some of the top summer to-do’s. Luckily, the beaches of Door County are numerous and diverse, and can be found along both the east and west shorelines.
The spring and summer fishing tournaments have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the fishing season is at its end. In fact, some fishermen claim fall is an opportunity to catch the largest fish of the entire fishing season
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