Lodging
in Door County

Accommodations that Fit Your Style

When you visit Door County, you're both getting away and coming home, simultaneously escaping from the real world and returning to it. Achieving a perfect balance of at-home comfort and away-from-it-all freedom starts with finding the perfect place to hang your hat—whether that means you’re looking for a full-service resort, luxury waterfront hotel, classic roadside motel, spacious log cabin, farmstead bed-and-breakfast, primitive hike-in campsite, a yurt among the pines, or something else entirely.
  • Count Memories, Not Pennies

    Many locals lodgings, attractions, and other businesses offer terrific deals for travelers, even in the busy summer months. Check out what local hoteliers are offering to guests this season and jump on these special deals and vacation packages before it’s too late.

  • A Campsite for Any Style

    Camping’s just as much a part of Door County’s lodging scene as resorts, hotels, and bed-and-breakfasts. The campgrounds and campsites are as diverse as they come; you can spend one night at a bustling family-style campground, the next at a state park beneath a blanket of stars, and the next on a remote island only accessible by two ferries.

  • The Dog-Friendliest Peninsula You'll Ever Visit

    Dogs and other pets are a common sight in Door County, and plenty of hotels and other lodgings welcome well-behaved pets. Plus, lots of restaurant patios, attractions, parks, and shops are also dog-friendly, so there will be no shortage of ways to hang with your pet—just be sure to call ahead to confirm a business is open to dogs.

Looking for a Group-Friendly Place to Stay?

Door County has dozens of hotels, resorts, and other lodgings that can accommodate large groups of travelers. So whether you need to put up 5, 10, 50, or 400 people, there’s a place to house your whole group.

Watch: Community Spotlights

Take a video tour of Door County's many charming communities to find the one that speaks to your vacation style.