Want to eat and drink where the local foodies do in Wisconsin's Door County? This post compiles recommendations from local foodies, cooks, restaurant workers, and tourism professionals who eat, live and work in Door County! | EpicureanTravelerBlog.com
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.
For a breathtaking drive, roll along scenic Highway 42 in Wisconsin's Door County this fall. Your reward at the tip of the peninsula, just past Gills Rock, is a winding stretch of road encapsulated by a sunburst of fall color.
Whitefish Dunes State Park's 1.5 miles of sandy beaches and 1.5 miles of rocky shoreline, still feel quiet. From: 16 Top Attractions in Door County | Midwest Living: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/wisconsin/door-county/16-top-attractions-door-county/?page=3
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: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/wisconsin/door-county/two-day-getaway-door-county/ #doorcounty #wisconsin
Peninsula State Park Eagle Tower | Built in 1932, the 76-foot Eagle Bluff observation tower is located atop the 180-foot limestone Eagle Bluff within Peninsula State Park. The towers offers panorama views of the park, the Village of Ephraim, and surrounding islands.