Breakfast and Bakeries in Sturgeon Bay

March 21st, 2015

As they say… breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Here is a list of Sturgeon Bay breakfast and bakeries. The offerings include everything from a small assortment of breakfast sandwiches to a full brunch. When you are staying at Bridgeport Resort, stop by the front desk for a printed list with step by step directions from out door to theirs!

Breakfast

Inn At Cedar Crossing
112 N 3rd Ave
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Phone (920) 743-4249
BREAKFAST
7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. M-Sat.
SUNDAY BRUNCH
7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Kimz Galley Cafe
229 Louisiana St
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Phone (920) 818-0558
Sunday – Thursday
8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Friday – Saturday
8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Scaturo’s Baking Co. & Cafe
19 Green Bay Rd.
Sturgeon Bay , Wi 54235
Phone (920) 746-8727
Restaurant Hours
5am – 5pm (Monday – Saturday)
7am – 2pm (Sunday)

Stone Harbor Restaurant & Pub
107 N. First Ave.
Sturgeon Bay , WI 54235
Phone (920) 746-9004
Restaurant Hours
7:30am to 11:00 Daily
Labor Day – Memorial Day
*Weekends only

Hot Tamales
26 E. Oak St.
Sturgeon Bay , WI 54235
Phone (920) 746-0600
Tuesday to Thursday
4:30 am to 8:00pm
Friday
4:30am to 8:30pm
Saturday
7:00am to 8:00pm
Sunday
8:00am to 2:00pm

Kick Coffee
148 N. Third Ave.
Sturgeon Bay , Wi 54235
Phone (920) 746-1122
Mon – Fri: 7am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 7am – 6pm
Sunday: 7:30am – 4pm

Morning Glory Restaurant
7502 Hwy 42
Sturgeon Bay , Wi 54235
Phone (920) 743-5355
Mon -Thu: 5:30 am – 2:00 pm
Fri: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Sat – Sun: 5:30 am – 2:00 pm

John Martins
50 S 3rd Ave
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Phone: 920-746-6666
Open for Breakfast at 8:00 a.m. Saturday and Sunday only.

Corner Café
113 N Third Ave
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Phone: 920-743-1991
Open daily 5am-2pm.

Wanda Jeans
846 Egg Harbor Rd
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-743-0105
Monday – Sunday:  7am-9pm

Bakeries

Scaturo’s Baking Co & Cafe
19 Green Bay Rd,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-2831
920-746-8727

Sunflour Artisan Bakery
611 Jefferson Street,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-818-0130

Town Hall Bakery
6225 State Highway 57,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-823-2116

 

 

 

 

Off Season Family Fun in Door County

March 6th, 2015

Whether you want to build a snowman or relax inside by the fireplace, there are plenty of activities for family fun during the off season in Door County. Here are ten family fun ideas for you.

  1. Ice Skating in Sturgeon Bay at Memorial Field.
    Memorial Field has a warming house, concessions, skate and hockey rinks and lights until 9:00 p.m. as weather permits in the winter.
  2. DC Adventure Center
    Zip line year round at the Door County Adventure Center.
  3. Hands on Art Studio
    Hands On Art Studio is a do-it-yourself Door County destination, offering patrons a freewheeling walk-in art experience. Open November to March Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  4. Sister Bay Bowl
    The Sister Bay Bowl is an authentic, family-owned supper club – just like the ones that were so popular in the 1950s and 60s with a six-lane bowling alley. Fresh made pizza available for eat in or carry out.
  5. Sledding at Peninsula State Park Hill 17
    Large hill with a tow rope. The number 17 fairway at the park golf course is a favorite sledding spot. The hill is steep! Adults must supervise children at all times. Toboggans are not allowed.
  6. Door County Trolley Winter Trolley Tour
    This one is for older families! Trolley guests will tour & taste at a Door County award winning Winery, followed by a cozy sleigh ride through “The Doors” most wintery landscapes…Top it off with a fireside lunch at the English Inn. 
  7. Mayberry’s Carriages
    Take a horse drawn sleigh ride. Bundle up the kids, and get ready for the snow to brush your face, as one of our beautiful teams transport you in our winter wonder land.
  8. Renard’s Cheese
    Go cheese tasting and get your squeak on… Renard’s Cheese Shop features a wide variety of cheese, cheese curds, homemade sausage and specialty foods from throughout the Door County area.
  9. Maritime Museum
    Pirates – Ship to shore:  This dynamic new exhibit explores the life and times of the buccaneers and scalawags that roamed the east coast of North America and the Caribbean Sea during the golden age of piracy.  Visit the costume room to don your pirate attire and explore the old port village of Nassau and walk the decks of the pirate ship Fortune.
  10. Third Avenue Playhouse
    This 84-seat theatre opened in June 2012 and is home to Stage Door Theatre Company, Door County’s newest professional troupe, offering “intimate plays in an intimate setting.”

Find More Winter Ideas and Businesses open during the off season in the Door County Winter Guide!

 

Sturgeon Bay Coffee Shops

February 20th, 2015

Sturgeon Bay is home to several coffee houses. Try one of these on your next visit here… or head over to Target for the traditional Starbucks.

Nistebox
214 Michigan Street,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235   920-495-7239

5th and Jefferson
232 N 5th Ave,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-1704   920-746-1719

Door County Coffee and Tea Co.
5773 Highway 42,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235   920-743-8930

Glas, The Green Coffeehouse
67 E. Maple St.,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235   920-743-5575

Kick Coffee
148 N 3rd Ave,
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-2416   920-746-1122

Starbucks
(Inside Target)
410 S Ashland Ave,
Sturgeon Bay, WI   920-743-5775

Door County Museums and Culture

February 5th, 2015

 

Door County is rich in history and culture.

The county is named after the strait between the Door Peninsula and Washington Island. The dangerous passage, which is now scattered with shipwrecks, was known to early French explorers and local Native Americans. Because of the natural hazards of the strait, where the waters of Green Bay meet the open body of Lake Michigan, they gave it the French appellation Porte des Morts Passage, which in English means the “Way to the Door of the Dead,” or simply, “Death’s Door.”

Here is a list of ideas of Museums and Historical Places to Visit. Each listing includes a brief snippet of information from their website and is linked for you to find out more!

Washington Island Art & Nature Center

“Since 1965, the Washington Island Art and Nature Center has flourished as a not-for-profit organization for Islanders and visitors, promoting the creative arts, providing a sales outlet for Island artists and craftsmen, and directing nature study programs with special emphasis on youth education.”

The Miller Art Museum

“Founded in 1975 through the generosity of Gerhard and Ruth Miller, the Museum is a non-profit cultural arts institution, open all year, to provide a variety of arts opportunities to thousands of children and adults from near and far. The beautiful galleries feature changing exhibits with a rich diversity of expression fostering the creative life of the community.”

The Historic Noble House

“Alexander Noble (1829 – 1905) was one of Fish Creek’s founding fathers who moved from his native Scotland to Chambers Island in 1856. The Noble house was the first to be made of lathe and plaster. Completed in 1875, his dwelling is the oldest remaining residence in the village.”

Heritage Village at Big Creek

“In 1993, the Door County Historical Society leased a corner of the Crossroads at Big Creek to create The Heritage Village at Big Creek and moved the first building, a Fish House, to the site. Since then, work has progressed. Now six buildings are completed and the seventh is being restored.”

Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum

“Guiding guests through the lighthouse and its grounds, knowledgeable docents share the personal stories of the keepers who manned the light from 1868 – 1926. Furnished with some of the keepers’ original furnishings, as well as, authentic period antiques, the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum is a story of not only the men who toiled through the night, but also their wives and children.”

Door County Maritime Museum

“Located along Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin’s busy waterfront, the Door County Maritime Museum showcases the area’s rich maritime roots. Hard-working fishermen, brave ship captains, skilled craftsmen, bold inventors and lonely lighthouse keepers”

Door County Historical Museum

“The building was completed in 1939 as a museum. It was during the Great Depression and was built as a WPA project during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.”

Corner of the Past/Old Anderson House Museum

“The original 1875 Anderson family farmhouse was completely renovated beginning in 1994 and features late 1800’s furnishings, historical photographs, and artifacts depicting Sister Bay’s history.”

BjÃ-rklunden Boynton Chapel

“Björklunden* vid Sjön, Swedish for “Birch Grove by the Lake” is a 425-acre estate on the Lake Michigan shore just south of Baileys Harbor in picturesque Door County. A place of great beauty and serenity, the property includes meadows, woods, and more than a mile of unspoiled waterfront.”

Cana Island Lighthouse

“Travel back in time and explore one of Door County Wisconsin’s most popular lighthouses that’s been standing watch on the shore of Lake Michigan for more than 140 years. Investigate the entire 8.7-acre island that includes the 89-foot-tall light tower, the original home of the lighthouse keeper and his family, and the oil house where fuel for the light was stored.”

The Clearing Folk School

“The Clearing is a folk school founded in 1935 by landscape architect Jens Jensen. This “school of the soil” is nestled within 128 acres of Door County forests and meadows and overlooks the dramatic Green Bay shoreline. It was built as a place where ordinary people could, as the name implies, “clear one’s mind” by reconnecting with nature and with one another.”

Crossroads at Big Creek

“Crossroads at Big Creek is a preserve for experiential lifelong learning focused on science, history and the environment. A stimulating environment with state-of-the-art multimedia facilities where individuals can learn in an informal and interactive setting. Indoor and outdoor laboratories, a greenhouse and a specialized library that encourage study and research in botany and the environmental sciences. A historical center, developed and maintained by the Door County Historical Society, which presents Door County’s ethnic heritage, cultural development and land use decisions.”

Ridges Sanctuary

“Over 5 miles of winding trails for hiking and snowshoeing through the most biologically diverse ecosystem in Wisconsin. Extraordinary forests and wetlands are home to over 475 plant species, including 25 of the 40 species of orchids native to the state, as well as the largest population of the federally endangered Hine’s Emerald Dragonfly and 60 species of migrating and nesting birds. The historic Baileys Harbor Range Lights, a rare type of lighthouse, are also found on our campus.”

 

Sturgeon Bay Steak and Seafood

January 20th, 2015

Sturgeon Bay has a wide variety of places to eat. If you are looking for steak and seafood on your next visit, try one of the following suggestions.

Donny’s Glidden Lodge
4670 Glidden Dr, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-9196
(920) 746-9460
Open for dinner Monday to Saturday: Year Round 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Open Sundays 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. from Memorial Day Weekend through the end of October
“Join us for dinner at Donny’s Glidden Lodge in Sturgeon Bay, WI, Door County’s scenic locale for fine dining and breathtaking scenery on the shores of Lake Michigan. With mouthwatering steaks, pork chops, chicken, and seafood served year round, this culinary gem exemplifies Midwestern cuisine and culture.”

 

Nightingale Supper Club
1541 Egg Harbor Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
(920) 743-5593
Dinner Monday to Saturday: 5:00 p.m. to Close
Closed Sundays
Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
“Door County’s BEST Steakhouse Conveniently Located in Sturgeon Bay, WI. Dining room located in beautiful Door County in the city of Sturgeon Bay, Nightingale Supper Club has served Door County families since the early 1900′s. You will enjoy our cozy atmosphere and friendly wait staff.”

Kona Bay Fish House
1640 Memorial DR, Sturgeon Bay, WI
920-743-5555
Winter Hours
Thursday 4:00pm till Close. Friday and Saturday 11:00am till Close
Summer Hours
Monday thru Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. weekdays, (10:00 pm Friday and Saturday)
“Our casual restaurant and bar with a tropical twist. A Pacific rim infused menu awaits your palate in this “living, breathing” menu as the daily selections change with the wind. Unique appetizers like flash seared Ahi tuna with soy caramel, wasabi aioli and pickled ginger dazzle the eye and excite your taste buds.”

 

Sunset Bar & Grill
3810 Rileys Point Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-824-5130
Fall Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 4:30 p.m. to close
Winter Hours: Friday and Saturday 4:30 p.m. to close (add Thursday and Sunday in mid-January)
Summer Hours: Starting June 13th, We are open 7 days a week–4:00 pm to close.
“Enjoy dinner and drinks while taking in the beautiful sunsets on the bay. We are accessible year round by car, snowmobile, and by boat. Our specialty is our Famous Pan-Fried Fresh Lake Michigan Perch, as well as our fresh cut Certified Angus Beef Steaks and much more. So come check us out and take in some of the breathtaking views while enjoying casual fine dining at the Sunset Grill.”

 

John Martin’s Restaurant
50 S. Third Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-746-6666
Monday to Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
“In addition to our varied menu, John Martin’s offers breakfast, lunch and dinner features sure to tempt your palate and ever-changing fresh soups du jour. We invite you for lunch or dinner. Creative cuisine to tempt your palat! John Martin’s Restaurant … “Where Customers Become Friends!”

 

Woldt’s Corner Pub
911 Green Bay Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI
920-743-9115 Sunday to Thursday 4:00 p.m. to close
Friday and Saturday Lunch 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Dinner 4:00 pm to close.
“Make Woldt’s Corner your first stop when exploring the wonders of the Door County Peninsula. Best Fish Fry in the area. Along with Mexican Night on Wednesday and Saturday we serve our Friday Fish Menu on Tuesday as well. Ask about our DAILY SPECIALS and our Desserts.”

Meeting Rooms at Bridgeport Resort

January 5th, 2015

Bridgeport Waterfront Resort offers three different conference rooms to accommodate every group’s needs.

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From corporate retreats to Door County family reunions, service groups to church conferences, Bridgeport Resort makes the perfect setting for your gathering. Conference facilities are available at Bridgeport Resort in Downtown Sturgeon Bay for groups of five to seventy two. Bridgeport is able to accommodate meetings, professional presentations, educational and training seminars, corporate or client meetings, and graduation parties.

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Wireless Internet access is available in all suites and conference rooms at no additional cost.

A variety of audio-visual equipment is available. Equipment Available includes Television/DVD Player, LCD Projector, Overhead Projector, Flip Chart, pad of paper and markers, Projection Screen, Table top or Standing Podium, Wireless microphone and a Cordless Speaker Phone.

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A variety of different food service can be provided on site through local caterers or provided directly by the staff at Bridgeport Resort. Consider one of our popular outdoor picnic cookouts. As a group planner you can have the flexibility to choose options that fit your specific group needs. Please contact us for additional information ranging from hors d’ oeuvres to a complete five course sit down dinner.

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Beverage Service is available including Soda, Bottled Water or Coffee (Regular or Decaf).

Contact our sales office at 920-746-9919 for more detailed information and help with planning your upcoming event.

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Family Friendly Swimming at Bridgeport Resort

December 29th, 2014

Bridgeport Waterfront Resort in Door County comes fully equipped for family swimming year round! Located indoors is a pool, whirlpool, sauna and children’s splash play area. Outside there is an outdoor pool with a waterfall.

Here are some common questions we have received about our pool facilities and the answers… please let me know if you have other questions! Email us at stay@bridgeportresort.net or call 920-746-9919.

Whirlpool Splash

Question: Does my reservation come with a pass to the waterpark?
Answer: No… Bridgeport Resort does not have a waterpark. The Bridgeport Resort has an Indoor Splash Park. The Indoor Splash Park is set apart from our regular pool and whirlpool. The splash park features zero depth entry with the deepest area being about one foot in depth, a five foot slide, a fourteen foot lighthouse with rotating beacon, floppy fire hoses and floor squirters all guaranteed to entertain the younger kids for hours! For older kids… or just kids at heart we have a basketball hoop for use in our large indoor pool.

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Question: What are the pool hours?
Answer: The indoor pool area is open year round. The pool opens daily at 8:00 p.m. and the earliest closing time is 10:30 p.m. During the summer and on weekends, the indoor pool stays open until 11:30 p.m. The outdoor pool is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The outdoor pool is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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Question: Do you have heated pools?
Answer: Yes. The pools are heated to eighty degrees and the whirlpool is one hundred degrees. If you start feeling cold, step into the sauna… you will be toasty in a flash!

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Question: Do I need to bring a towel with me?
Answer: No… although you are welcome to do so if you wish. Bridgeport Resort does keep plenty of towels in the pool area for you to use.

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Question: May I bring my floaties?
Answer: Absolutely. You may use floaties, a life jacket or any other pool toys you would like. Bridgeport Resort does have a supply of pool toys available in the pool room for your use. There are noodles, balls, some floating boards, etc. We also sell goggles and swimming diapers at the front desk if you need these items.

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Question: What conditions cause the pool to be closed when it is scheduled to be open?
Answer: The Bridgeport Resort pool closes when swimming conditions would be unsafe as required by law. Examples would include inclement weather such as thunderstorms or unsafe matter in the pool such as blood or fecal matter. Bridgeport Resort follows all legal regulations for cleaning the pool area, restoring the correct levels of chemicals and ensuring the correct temperature before reopening the area. The length of the time of the pool closing is determined by each incident. The staff keeps signs posted in the area with expected times.

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Question: Can a day pass be purchased for the pool?
Answer: No… use of the pool facilities at Bridgeport Resort only comes with Room Reservations. If you are only looking for a great place to go swimming in Sturgeon Bay, try the Door County YMCA. The YMCA does offer day passes and is conveniently located at 1900 Michigan Street. The phone number for the Sturgeon Bay YMCA is 920-743-4949. You can also view their pool schedule online.

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Question: Does a Meeting Room rental come with use of the Bridgeport Resort Pool?
Answer: No… use of the pool facilities at Bridgeport Resort only comes with Room Reservations.

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Question: If I reserve a room at Bridgeport Resort, may I have a birthday party and use the pool?
Answer: Bridgeport Resort is very family friendly and a great place for a birthday party. In order to make sure that all of our guests at Bridgeport Resort are able to enjoy the pool facilities without having the area become overcrowded, we do regulate the amount of people that each room is able to have in the pool. Here are the Pool use Guidelines: One Bedroom – Six People Total Two bedroom – Ten People Total Three Bedroom – Twelve People Total

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Restaurants that Deliver in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

December 16th, 2014

Dining out can be beautiful… or tragic! There are some days that you just want to sit down for a nice meal… in front of the television… with the remote in your hand. There are many benefits to having dinner delivered. Here are three of our favorites:

  1. No dress code required. If you like to dine in your pajamas, delivery is for you.
  2. The weather is irrelevant… because you will not be going out into it!
  3. No tantrums while waiting in a restaurant! In fact… no waiting at a table at all!

If you are staying at the Bridgeport Waterfront Resort in Sturgeon Bay, there are several choices for delivery.

Sonny’s Pizzeria
43 S Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235     920-743-2300
Delivery is available daily until 9:00 or 10:00 p.m.
Menu includes Thick or Thin Crust Chicago Style Pizza, Deep Dish Chicago Style Pizza and Stuffed Chicago Style Pizza. Besides tasty pizzas, we also offer: Pasta, Chicken, Sandwiches, Baby Back Ribs, Jumbo Shrimp, Salads and Desserts

Pizza Hut
823 Egg Harbor Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235   920-743-8886
Menu includes Pizza, Pasta, Wings, Sides and Desserts.

Fatzo’s Subs and Pizza
46 Green Bay Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235   (920) 743-6300
Available Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Menu includes Pizza, Hot Subs, Cold Subs, and many other good things like Hot Dogs, Tacos, Soups and Salads

Grey Stone Castle
8 N Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-3414   920-743-9923
There is a Minimum Order of $40.00. Delivery is Available from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Menu includes Seafood, Chicken, Burgers and Sandwiches and Great Sides like French Fries, Onion Rings and Cheese Curds. Try the Prime Rib Sandwich!

Nautical Inn
234 Kentucky St, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-2512   920-746-6706
No Delivery on Sundays! Monday to Friday Delivery is Available from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Menu Includes Appetizers, Fresh Sandwiches, Delicious Burgers, Pizza, Steaks, Ribs, and a Great Friday Fish Fry Menu.

Draft Haus
901 Egg Harbor Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235   (920) 818-0777
There is a Minimum Order of $15.00.
Delivery is Available Monday to Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Menu Includes Appetizers, Salads, Flat Bread Sandwiches, Soups, Burgers, Sandwiches, Wraps, Chicken, Fish, Pizza and Entrees such as Prime Rib, Pot Roast and Lasagna.

Hot Tamales
26 E Oak St, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 920-746-0600
Menu Includes Chips & Cheese & Salsa, Nachos, Quesadillas, Tortilla Soup, Salads, Vegetable Plates, Rice & Beans, Combination Dinners with Beef, Chicken or Seafood, Tacos, Burritos, Enchiladas, Chiles, Fajitas and Pralines.

Five Winter Wonderland Activities

December 2nd, 2014

1. Snowmobile Trails: Door County has two hundred fifty miles of snowmobile trails.

Trail Status for the Four Door County Snowmobiling Zones 

2. Ice Fishing: Go ice fishing. For tips on how and where they’re biting, call the Fishing Hotline at (920) 743-7046.

Lake Michigan, Sturgeon Bay, Door County Weather and Fish Forecast

Reel Action

Late Eyes Sport Fishing

JJ’s Guide Service

3. Sledding: Hill 17 on the 17th hole of the Peninsula State Park Golf Course at Peninsula State Park has the reputation for being the best sledding spot in the county! “A favorite among locals and tourists alike, the hill gets crowded on snowy days for a reason—it’s long, fast and thrilling.” Door County is a Winter Wonderland for Families

4. Horseback Riding: Explore a winter trail on horseback at Kurtz Corral.

Winter Season is from November to May. Kurtz Corral is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday with trail times of 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. by reservation. Please make reservations at least one day in advance.

5. Winery Tour: Door County wineries are open year round!

Door 44 Winery

Door Peninsula Winery

Harbor Ridge Winery

Orchard Country Winery

Red Oak Winery

Simon Creek Winery

Stone’s Throw Winery

 

 

Door County Festivals

November 28th, 2014

Door County has many Festivals and Fairs throughout the year! Here is a list with linking to their websites for more information. Watch for dates and activities to be updated on their websites as each event gets closer. You will find everything from parades to food to live entertainment at these events. Whether you love the spring, summer, fall or winter, Door County has an activity packed Festival for you!

January

EGG HARBOR’ FROSTY FEST

February

FISH CREEK WINTER FESTIVAL

WINTER WINE & CHERRY FEST – FISH CREEK

PENINSULA MUSIC FESTIVAL’S FEBRUARY FEST

April

FESTIVAL OF BLOSSOMS – COUNTYWIDE

May

JACKSONPORT MAIFEST – Jacksonport

SIDE PORK FEST – STURGEON BAY

June

DOOR COUNTY LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL

JUMPIN JUNE & PADDLEFEST – SISTER BAY

DOOR COUNTY BEER FESTIVAL – BAILEYS HARBOR

FYR BAL FESTIVAL – EPHRAIM

OLDE ELLISON BAY DAYS – ELLISON BAY

RENAISSANCE FANTASY FAIRE – STURGEON BAY/CARLSVILLE

July

4th of July Celebration – Door County

FISH CREEK SUMMER FESTIVAL – FISH CREEK

DOOR COUNTY FOLK FESTIVAL – SISTER BAY, EPHRAIM & BAILEYS HARBOR

BELGIAN DAYS – BRUSSELS

JAZZ ON JEFFERSON STREET FESTIVAL – STURGEON BAY

DOOR COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL – FISH CREEK

SUMMER CHERRY HARVEST FEST – FISH CREEK

CHERRY SEASON FESTIVAL – SISTER BAY

DOOR COUNTY FAIR – STURGEON BAY

August

Cherry Fest – Jacksonport

SCANDINAVIAN FESTIVAL WEEKEND – WASHINGTON ISLAND

CLASSIC AND WOODEN BOAT SHOW & FESTIVAL – STURGEON BAY

WASHINGTON ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL – WASHINGTON ISLAND

WEST FEST – STURGEON BAY

Washington Island Fair & Parade

September

CORN FEST – CARLSVILLE

ALE FEST – EGG HARBOR

STURGEON BAY HARVEST FESTIVAL and STREET ART AUCTION

BELGIAN KERMISS CELEBRATION – BRUSSELS

PUMPKINMANIA FESTIVAL – STURGEON BAY

ORCHARD COUNTRY’S FALL HARVEST CELEBRATION – FISH CREEK

BAILEYS HARBOR AUTUMNFEST

October

PUMPKIN PATCH FESTIVAL – EGG HARBOR

APPLE SEASON FESTIVAL – SISTER BAY

WASHINGTON ISLAND CIDER PRESSING & FALL FESTIVAL

SISTER BAY FALL FESTIVAL – SISTER BAY

November

JACK O’LANTERN DAYS JAMBOREE – FISH CREEK

CHRISTMAS BY THE BAY – STURGEON BAY

EGG HARBOR HOLLY DAYS – Egg Harbor

CAPTURE THE SPIRIT IN SISTER BAY

December

CHRISTMAS IN THE HARBOR – BAILEYS HARBOR