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Having lived as both a local and as a weekend warrior in Door County, I can honestly say that one of my favorite seasons to spend time in Door County is fall. It might be the combination of a more relaxed schedule and less pressure to hurry up and relax during summer vacations, but there’s something about the brisk breeze and earlier sunsets that makes me reflect on the beauty of our four seasons. And as summer plans wane, I am able to invite more friends up more often to enjoy the change of seasons.
Planning your summer vacation? Choose the village voted the #1 small-town getaway in the Midwest! Ephraim offers memorable experiences for every age. Spend your day sailing, golfing, shopping, dining, exploring the village’s rich history, and enjoying theatre and the arts.
Winter is the time of year when skis, snowshoes and sleds are taken out of their summer storage, and brought to the snowy hills and trails throughout the county for some winter fun. Festivals this time of year are all about celebrating creative ways to have fun during the cold months.
Grab your coziest flannel and stock up on the Oktoberfests: fall is coming. While the summer sees the busiest time in Door County, nothing can compare to a Fall on the peninsula. The county is still hopping with activities, now all focused on the fall harvests.
A winterized Door County is not something I experienced until last year. My family went on summer vacations to the Door County, but never ventured North for the Winter (after all, we got enough snow where we were!). Last year, I spent New Year’s Eve in Fish Creek living like a local. Our extended weekend was full of skiing and grabbing late night drinks in town to reign in the New Year.
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