This 90-mile route samples the best of this compact area's attractions, including a ferry trip to Rock Island.

By By the editors of MidwestLiving.com

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Water defines the Door Peninsula, a finger of land that juts northward between Green Bay and Lake Michigan. In fact, you're never more than 10 minutes from a view of the lake or the bay when you visit this northeasternmost section of the Badger State.

Our 90-mile scenic drive samples the best of this compact area's attractions, including a ferry trip to Rock Island off the peninsula's tip. The route begins and ends in Sturgeon Bay, the unofficial gateway to the peninsula.

Click below to download our guide with complete driving instructions and suggestions for stops along the way.

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