The slow wind-down of summer has arrived in Door County, leaving the hottest days behind us but typically bringing some of the most consistantly great weather of the year. Cool mornings give way to warm days in which you have your choice of basking in the hot sun or enjoying the cool of the shade. Temperate evenings can be spent either on the waterfront or around a crackling fire.
The great weather, and the continued bustling summer season, offers much to do in Door County. Read on to learn about what to do with your dog (we offer the best place to stay), some inside answers to your burning DoCo questions, and more!
National Dog Month
The word is out: Door County is an excellent place to vacation with your pooch. Since being named one of Expedia’s Most Dog-Friendly Vacation Destinations in the U.S. in 2019, Door County’s dog cred has only increased. August is National Dog Month, making it the perfect time to celebrate with a dog-friendly getaway. Peninsula Pulse has a great roundup of the myriad activities and attractions that you can enjoy with your furry friend at your side.
Celebrate National Dog Month in Door County
Your Door County Questions, Answered
We’ve been enjoying Destination Door County’s #AskDoCo video series, which tackles the tough questions about our County. Our favorite is the often-asked question about that curvy road at the tip of the peninsula:
Why is that Road so Windy? Check out the #AskDoCo homepage and get your burning Door County questions answered.#AskDoCo Video Series
A Great Summer Continues
There is plenty of summer left and still a lot to do in Door County. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinal continues their extensive Door County coverage this year with another great article full of excellent activities and attractions all over our peninsula and adjacent islands.
Door County Bucket List: 15 things you have to do on the peninsula, including fish boils, wineries and more
One More Thing: Lego Door County
Last month, Sister Bay hosted Brick Party by the Bay, a Door County themed Lego event, featuring Lego creations of many Door County landmarks, built by the Wisconsin Lego Users Group.
Door County in Miniature: Adult LEGO fans showcase Door County creations