We’re dedicating this issue of Up at The Lodge to helping you plan your summer Door County vacation by reminding you of what makes Door County a one-of-a-kind destination.
It’s the unmatched natural beauty along with unique businesses owned and operated by the people who call Door County home. It’s the great places to stay, some offering bountiful amenities and luxurious accommodations for the whole family. It’s the unique community that focuses on people over profits.
You have many options for where to spend your family vacation this summer. For families that visit every year, and for families looking for an alternative to the tourist traps found elsewhere, Door County offers real quality time away from home.
Visit our State Parks
You’re doing yourself a disservice if you skip Door County’s amazing state parks on your next visit. These aren’t your typical parks – you’ll find rocky cliffs, gorgeous bluffs, breathtaking views from lookout towers, historic lighthouses, excellent golf courses, and much more – all at a very affordable price. Take a look at this article and plan your state park visit.
5 Beautiful State Parks To Visit In Door County
Small Business Thrives in Door County
We hate to delve into boring business news, but this one makes us proud. Door County’s small businesses thrive because they are owned by people who care, and it shows. This community has long focused its business development efforts on small, locally-owned businesses, and locals and visitors alike appreciate the unique offerings and personal service fostered by that strategy.
Small businesses thrive in Door County, study says
Wisconsin roads require frequent maintenance, and as the season kicks off it’s common to see the dreaded orange barrels lining the highway. This year is no exception, but thankfully there is only one highway improvement project on the schedule for 2023. Here’s a head’s up on the project and how it will impact your drive to Door County this year.
Highway 42 construction project in Door County begins next Monday
One More Thing: Is a Record Smallmouth Bass Swimming in Door County Waters?
The big one is out there somewhere, and Door County seems like a great place to look.
Wild Things: Is a Record Smallmouth Bass Swimming in Door County Waters?