This beautiful and picturesque village — dotted with pristine white clapboard buildings and picket fences — has unsurpassed views of the bay, museums, a long sandy beach, and endless ways to enjoy the water. Go splash around in the bay!
Wander the tree-lined streets to find DC inspired art, pottery, clothes, jewelry, and beach gear. Shops, restaurants, and B&Bs are tucked away in vintage homes, rustic log cabins, and old barns.
There’s more harbor-view dining here than anywhere else in the county. Enjoy a Scandinavian influenced meal, a traditional fish boil, or a simple malt and burger — as you watch the sunset over the bay.
Points Of Interest
Monday Evening Concert Series
Live music by local musicians every Monday at gazebo in Harborside Park Park from 6-8pm. Bring a chair or blanket and stay for the sunset! (June 20 - August 20th)
Christmas in the Village
Santa Claus will be arriving at Village Hall at 3pm! Warm up inside with visits with Santa and activity tables full of holiday fun from 3 – 5pm. Take a short walk over to Olson Park to meet Santa’s elves and reindeer too! Santa makes his way over to the Harborside Park gazebo at 5pm to light the beautiful Christmas tree! (Dec. 3)
Annual Fyr Bal
This Norwegian festival celebrates Midsummer’s Eve. There’s food, music, and activities — pancake breakfast, ice cream eating contest, free trolley rides, a regatta, sunrise yoga and more. Evening bonfires along the shoreline represent the burning of the ‘Winter Witch’ and usher in summer. June 18, 2022.
This is a great place for kids to play. There's playground equipment, a picnic area, benches, and gazebo. Concerts are held all summer long. An ice cream shop is next door.
Ephraim Historical Foundation Museums
Learn about the village’s Scandinavian roots and history at the Anderson Store, the Anderson Barn History Center, and other museums. Walking tours, tram tours, and lectures are available.