When French Explorer, Radisson, described Door County as "A Kingdom So Delicious" in the 17th century, he could not have imagined just how delicious Door County would become. A delectable treat for all the senses, Door County is particularly known for the variety of locally grown and imported taste treats offered in shops and farm stands throughout the peninsula. Check out our local Antique Shops too!
As any seasoned shopper knows the time you spend in any shop varies depending on the time you have. To travel the entire peninsula to discover all the specialty food shops allow 2 to 3 days. The itinerary is presented south to north and by community.
- Travel throughout the county and visit specialty food shops and farm stands.
- Begin your Christmas shopping, Door County delicacies are always in good taste.
- Bring the tastes of Door County home to enjoy as you plan your next visit.
- Don't forget the wine, cheese, cherries and apples.
Special stops close to Bridgeport Resort - Door County Gourmet is located on Hwy 57, next to the Door County Visitor Center, in Sturgeon Bay, featuring cheese, wines, locally produced and imported gourmet foods. On Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay's historic downtown shopping district satisfy your sweet tooth at Door County Confectionery or Copper Kettle Confections where they have the perfect treat for kids of all ages.