This old fishing village is reminiscent of the New England coastline with its string of century-old white clapboard buildings, horseshoe-shaped shoreline, and sailboats floating in the bay. Go explore Peninsula State Park!
Wander the charming tree-lined streets to discover a variety of shops — souvenir, clothing, jewelry, Irish imports, artwork, bath products, beach stuff, and homemade candy.
Great restaurants, eateries, and coffee shops offer many choices — modern American, Asian-inspired, tavern food, and fish boils. Inns, cottages, and hotels are within walking distance to the shops, shoreline, and parks.SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
Hike, bike, golf, fish, canoe, kayak, paddle board, or sail in the bay. Moped, bike and slip rentals, boat tours, and charter fishing are available throughout the summer.
PENINSULA STATE PARK
Drive, bike, or hike winding roads and trails weave through forests, past shorelines, and over limestone bluffs. Discover stunning views, campgrounds, beaches, picnic areas, playgrounds, and a gold course.
SYKWAY DRIVE-IN THEATER
Skyway first opened its gate on July 26, 1950. Movies have lit up the screen every summer since then, making it the second-longest continuously running drive-in in Wisconsin. Once a common sight throughout the state, only nine drive-ins are still in operation. Put this one on your "life list"!
In Door County, women don't have to travel far to find the perfect outfit. That's not the case for men... unless you're in Fish Creek! Shop the flagship On Deck Clothing Co. location, Hide Side Corner Store, and Trails End Clothing. Or treat yourself with jewelry at J. Jeffrey Taylor, Paul David, or Rummele's – all are within shouting distance.
DOOR COMMUNITY AUDITORIUM
Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Rosemary Clooney, Victor Borge, Harry Belafonte, Joan Baez, they've all blessed this amazing showcase venue with their presence. Make the 725 seat performance theater part of your Door County vacation.