Door County, Wisconsin

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Back Road: Fyr Ball at Ephraim, Wisconsin

An annual ceremony with Scandinavian roots celebrates the return of longer, sunnier days in Door County, Wisconsin.
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Tap Door County's Artsy Spirit

Explore Door County's rich arts heritage in hands-on studios, theaters, galleries and festivals.
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5 Ways to Explore Door County's Winter Magic

The best time to visit Wisconsin's Door County? Don't be surprised to hear many visitors say, "Winter." Besides the obvious advantages—great deals on lodging and no summer crowds—the biggest rewards can be breathtaking new ways to experience the beauty of this peninsula that stretches 70 miles into Lake Michigan.
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Two-Day Getaway in Door County

State parks and roadside cherry stands keep visitors coming back to this famed peninsula, 45 minutes northeast of Green Bay. Door County booms in summer and mellows slightly in fall. But it’s a popular destination anytime of year.
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Fall Getaway in Door County

Sturgeon Bay provides a memorable start to the lake views, forest drives, art galleries and orchards that have made Door County, Wisconsin, famous.
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Top Things to Do in Door County, Wisconsin

On a peninsula jutting into Lake Michigan, this one Wisconsin county contains 11 towns (and an island). In and around them, you’ll find wineries, orchards, boutiques, art galleries, lighthouses and hiking trails. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat and where to stay in Door County.
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13 Reasons to Love Door County in Winter

Winter transforms one of the Midwest's iconic vacation spots, revealing another side of this Lake Michigan peninsula's rare and fragile landscape and offering more chances to connect with its warm and artful spirit.
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Top Things to Do in Door County

Things to do in Wisconsin's Door County include Whitefish Dunes State Park, Peninsula Players Theatre, fish boils, cherry picking and lighthouse cruises.
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