BAILEYS HARBOR, WISCONSIN
This small, quiet village was once a logging center. Today it is jammed-packed with things to do. Visit a century-old lighthouse, go to a fun seasonal festival, pick-up fresh vegetables at the farmer’s market, or go boating…it’s all there!
Historic buildings line the quaint main street and are home to friendly restaurants, hometown pubs, charming inns, and one-of-a-kind shops — home decor, outdoor gear, books, and hand-made goods and more.
No matter what time of year you visit, there are always good eats — everything from homemade bakery, caramel corn, and lake fish to good old-fashioned
Points Of Interest
Cana Island Lighthouse
Walk across the causeway between the mainland and Cana Island to visit this majestic lighthouse. Climb it's 97 step staircase for sweeping views of Lake Michigan and the county.
4th of July Celebration
The fun includes an Arts & Craft Fair, Pancake Breakfast on July 4th, town-wide sidewalk chalk contest, Kid Zone at Kendall Park, pictures with the ponies, face painting and live music around town. Fireworks at dusk. (July 3-4)
Concerts in the Park
Listen to talented musicians while you shop and eat local in the heart of Baileys Harbor. Bring your blanket, chairs, and friends Friday evenings from 5-7pm. (July-Aug.)
Late spring through early fall, Baileys Harbor rocks one of the county’s top farmers markets. Enjoy fresh locally grown products, handmade crafts, live music and snacks. Sundays, 9am-1pm.
Peninsula Century Classic Bike Ride
Each route features rest stops stocked with snacks, food, fuel for your ride, and support mechanics. Finish in Baileys Harbor where riders will enjoy a post-ride meal, beer, and other beverages. (June 17)