SISTER BAY, WISCONSIN
This historic village with deep Scandinavian roots bustles with activity every summer. Kids splash in the bay, families explore the shops, boats launch from the marina, and goats graze on the grass roof of a Swedish restaurant. Go see the goats!
Friendly, family-owned shops offer Scandinavian imports, outdoor gear, holiday decorations, clothing, handmade goat milk soaps, and sports equipment.
Diverse restaurants, pubs, and eateries reflect the talents of local chefs, bakers, and brewmasters — many have been featured in Bon Appétit and on the Food Network.
Resorts, cottages, and hotels are sprinkled in and around the village.
Points Of Interest
Sister Bay Bays
The Sister Bay Bays boast the greatest talent in Door County amateur Baseball. With a history of more than 60 years, the Bays played the league’s first perfect season in 2015.
Every Labor Day weekend, Sister Bay ends summer with a bang. Grab a brat and a cold one, enjoy hours of live music and thrill to the area’s best water ski show —The Waterboard Warriors. Wrap up the festivities with fireworks! Sept. 2-3.
Night Time is the Right Time
The night life is the right life in Sister Bay these days. Whether it’s live music at Husby’s Garage Bar, a Sunset Cosmo at the Waterfront, a “shot frame” at the Sister Bay Bowl, a Bernie at JJ’s, or a Stockholm Cooler at Al Johnson’s Stabbur Beer Garden, you’ll have an after-sunset blast in this little village.
Movies in the Park
Watching movies such as “Jaws” in Sister Bay’s new waterside pavilion should be on everyone’s bucket list. Grab some lawn chairs and blankets, load your cooler and take in this free amenity. Visit cometosisterbay.com to check out this summer’s lineup.
Featuring a sand beach, the county’s only swim dock, a kid’s playground, picnic areas, and a performance pavilion. Kayak or paddle board from the shore, listen to a musical performance, or watch the sunset over the bay.