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Spring Forward

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Despite the current week’s forecast of actual seasonally-appropriate temperatures, a mild winter has put us in an early spring mindset. This month, we’re talking about the things that matter to us in spring: Mother’s Day, cherry blossoms, and getting outside to enjoy it all. Before the busyness of the 2024 summer season hits Door County, things are calm and Open Hearth Lodge has good availability for spring and early summer getaways. So book your stay today and read on to plan your Door County trip. 

Cherry blossoms in Door County

Mothers Day Getaway

Here’s a perfect triangle of spring happenings: Mother’s Day, cherry blossoms, and availability at Open Hearth Lodge! After a mild winter, we expect the cherry blossoms to be in full bloom by Mother’s Day on May 12th. With endless options for Mother’s Day brunch (here are some ideas), Door County makes a great getaway for the whole family, and we have the accommodations for you!

Cherry Blossoms Report

Spring = Running Season!

Clear roads and trails, moderate temperatures, and more frequent sunshine make spring in Door County the perfect time to reach your P.R.! Whether you’re a seasoned runner or just lacing up for the first time, this is a sport that welcomes everyone. There are few courses nationwide that can match the beauty and challenge of the Door County Half Marathon, with winds through Peninsula State Park in early May. Sign up today!
Door County Half Marathon

Spring Things

Cherry blossoms are far from the only beautiful thing to enjoy in Door County in spring. Along with plentiful other kinds of blossom, Door County’s spring activity list is long and growing. Destination Door County provides a great guide on how to get started:

Spring in Door County

Unofficial Mayor of Door County AJ Dillon

One More Thing: The Mayor Sticks Around

The unofficial Mayor of Door County and Green Bay Packers RB AJ Dillon has signed on for at least another year.

Dillon resigning a boon for Door County

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