We’ll admit that it feels really early to be talking about the holiday season already, but for the planners among us, now is the time! Before you sharpen the tree saw, before you make the list, and before you get out the decorations, it’s time to plan!
The holiday season in Door County is not to be missed. We’ve got the lowdown on what to do below, and we’ve got rooms available for your stay, so book now!
Sister Bay Holiday Traditions, New and Old
Sister Bay has become Door County’s holiday destination, and we’re happy to serve as a conveniently-located home base for our guests on their holiday getaway. The Christkindlmarkt is back again for a 3rd season, with 3 consecutive weekends overlapping with Thanksgiving weekend’s Capture the Spirit celebration. No one does Christmas like Sister Bay, so don’t miss it this year!
Door County Christkindlmarkt
Capture the Spirit in Sister Bay
Door County offers some exceptional holiday shopping. Not only are there unique gift shops, boutiques, and galleries all over the peninsula, we have several year-round Christmas-themed shops.
Get a full dose of holiday cheer and check off a few names on your list at these great holiday shops. This great article gives you a rundown of these establishments and their history:
Experience the Magic of Door County’s Holiday Shops
No Shortage of Great Entertainment
The holiday season isn’t all gift giving and twinkling lights – it’s also a time to enjoy a night out on the town. Door County, as always, has abundant opportunities to catch a great show with your special someone, and the Door County Auditorium’s late fall schedule delivers. Beginning October 22nd, “Blues, Roots and Hoots” offers world class music of various styles, as well as the return of beloved Wisconsin comedian Charlie Berens.
DCA Announces Late Fall Series: Blues, Roots, and Hoots
One More Thing: The Fall 50
This weekend marks the 17th year of the Fall 50, a 50-mile relay/run across the scenic, peak-fall-colored western shore of Door County. While the run has gained a strong following, there are also many related events across the county for non-runners.
The Fall 50