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Door County Visitor Bureau

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  • P.O. Box 406, 1015 Green Bay Rd
  • Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
  • Toll Free: 800-527-3529
  • Fax: 920-743-7873
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General Information

  • Largest Exhibit/Meeting Space (sq ft): 5000
  • Number of Lodging Rooms: 4,200
  • Closest Major Metro: Green Bay
  • Population: 26,000
  • Largest Single Room Block: 293
  • Largest Single Meeting Facility (sq ft): 5,000
  • Largest Event Space (sq ft): 5,000
  • Metro Area Population: 26,000

About the community

With more miles of shoreline, state parks and lighthouses than any other county in the United States, Door County offers a unique setting for a productive, yet relaxing meeting. The changing seasons make the Door Peninsula a beautiful destination any time of year — whether you see the blossoms of spring, enjoy the cherry harvest of summer, watch the leaves turn in fall or the cross-country ski trails of winter — Door County is the perfect place to combine business with pleasure.

Attractions

Allow our quaint villages, each with its own special charm, to welcome you to Wisconsin’s peninsula. Door County is truly a destination with something for everyone. Outdoor activities include hiking, biking, nature walks, sailing, fishing, swimming, golf, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling — to name just a few!

Door County is also known for its superb performing arts. The American Folklore Theater, Peninsula Players and Birch Creek Music Center provide top-quality entertainment in beautiful picturesque surroundings. Enjoy a tour of the area’s many wineries and brew pubs. For the shopper, Door County provides a treasure trove of specialty shops, most featuring goods handcrafted in the Door Peninsula.

After a day of mixing business and pleasure, treat yourself to many of the fantastic dining experiences Door County offers. World-Famous Fish Boils combine equal portions of great food and showmanship, making this tradition a must for new and returning visitors.


How Door County Visitor Bureau can help:
- Official Visitor Guides
- Customized Itinerary Planning
- FAM Tours
- Maps
- Step-On Guides
- Brochures
- Hotel Rate Search


Season highlights

Winter: Winter brings in the Nature of Romance. From December to March, dozens of special romantic packages are available with cozy lodging, scrumptious food and all the special romantic extras.
Spring: Spring arrives with the Festival of Blossoms. Unmatched beauty overtakes the peninsula for six weeks in spring as cherry, apple blossoms, wildflowers and gardens explode into life with special events throughout the county.
Summer: A solstice of fun awaits you. Watersports, sightseeing, the cherry harvest and more add up to fun-packed days and peaceful nights.
Fall: So Delicious. So Door County. Come celebrate the bounty of the County featuring culinary delights, festival fare plus performances, art, music, delightful attractions and a wide variety of accommodations. No day is complete without a scenic drive to view autumn’s color.

Mileage Information

Chicago: 202.06 miles South
Milwaukee: 125.51 miles South
Minneapolis: 288.05 miles West
*Geographic miles, not driving miles.

Airport Mileage Information

Austin Straubel Int'l (Greenbay, WI): 42.39 miles Southwest
General Mitchell Int'l (Milwaukee, WI): 131.74 miles South
Dane County Regional (Madison, WI): 151.14 miles Southwest
O'Hare (Chicago, IL): 197.78 miles South
Duluth Int'l: 269.59 miles Northwest
MSP Int'l (Minneapolis, MN): 285.94 miles West
*Geographic miles, not driving miles.