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Recent Door County property reviews

  • Ray Family

    "This was our first stay in Egg Harbor and it was great. This house was perfect for what we needed and being able to leave the car and walk in town was great. We enjoyed the fact that we could get settled in and then sit on the porch and watch everyone come through on move in day. We found the Pink Bakery and have some new favorite restaurants. Great place to stay it was a great value."
    Guest: Andee Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 8, 2014
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  • Great house, friendly owners

    "We just loved the house! It was very clean, cosy and nicely decorated. It had everything there you could need. The dock just across the road was part of the house property and was lovely place for sunbatheing and watching beautiful sunsets. The owner were very friendly and gave us tips what to do in the area. We would definately recommend this place."
    Guest: Rannisto family from Finland Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 26, 2014
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  • Quiet and Comfortable

    "My two sisters, mother and niece spent an enjoyable week at the home. The surroundings are very peaceful. There's a road that does a mile loop that was great for taking a walk. We were fortunate to have incredible weather for the month of August. We turned off the air and let the screen doors flow in fresh air. There was a fire pit down by the lake that we utilized. The layout of the home was nice allowing my mother to have the first floor bedroom/bath and not have to do the stairs. There is a HUGE tub in the master bedroom upstairs. We would sightsee for 4-5 hours during the day and then come back in the evenings and cook supper, watch a movie, talk and just relax. The owners are very pleasant and responded to my emails/phone calls promptly. Very enjoyable week!"
    Guest: Ween Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014
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  • Exceeded Expectations for Illinois Family

    "Our family (eight people, three generations) rented Spinnaker Cove for a week in August. This was our first time renting a vacation home. The house and beachfront were as advertised and even nicer than the listing photos. Everything was clean, pleasantly decorated, and well maintained. The toughest thing we had to do each morning was deciding how we were going to relax that day. We loved sitting on the dock to watch the sunset. Definitely bring a camera. The neighborhood is quiet, even though just a fifteen-minute walk takes you to the public park and marina - and Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant. The house is on a main thoroughfare, but north of the house the auto traffic drops off considerably. My son and daughter-in-law found some enjoyable routes for running and biking in that direction. Many kitchen tools were provided - we'll leave a lot more things at home next time. The local Piggly Wiggly supermarket and farmers' markets provided the rest. For $35 we bought a state park annual pass, which paid for itself after four visits to Peninsula State Park (nice family beach and hiking trails). We also went mini-golfing, shopping, and play-watching (American Folklore Theater in Peninsula State Park). At the Old Post Office fish boil, we were given a long list of free area activities. The Door County Bakery has fabulous artisan bread, and the quirky Spike O'Dell's Coffee Cup Museum is in the back there (free!). We'll never forget the fun we had on our Door County vacation. Before leaving, our whole family voted to rent Spinnaker Cove again. We did a good clean-up before we left and got our deposit back within two weeks. If you decide to reserve a week, do it soon, because their calendar fills fast!"
    Guest: Happy Travelers Date of Stay: August 2011 Review Submitted: August 28, 2011
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Door County Travel Tips

Is a Vacation Knocking? Get to Door County

The awe-inspiring beauty of Door County in Wisconsin will have you wanting more year after year. More than 300 miles of breathtaking shoreline will greet you along with boasting harbors, quiet coves, sandy beaches, and plenty of outdoor fun. With a dozen county parks, five state parks, and 10 lighthouses, it is no wonder that Door County resorts are some of the most popular vacation destinations in the area.

Check the Weather at the Door

Door County has a climate all its own. Because the region is a narrow peninsula and surrounded by the water of Lake Michigan, the lake moderates the temperatures throughout the year. It can make the winters quite cold but generally mild and the summers quite cool and less humid. This means that even in the gentlest of seasons, it is wise to have a sweater or warmer clothing at night. But no matter what the weather is like, Door County is a great place for both outdoor and indoor fun! Just remember to pack an umbrella, some warm clothes, and your bathing suit--depending on the time of year, of course!

Getting to Door County Lodging

There are plenty of ways in and out of Door County which is terrific since it is a highly coveted vacation destination. Many visitors enjoy driving in as the routes are quite scenic. The major highways leading in and out of Door County are I-94, I-43, Highway 57, Highway 310, and Highway 42. Just remember to drive carefully, especially in the winter months. Additionally, the speed limits are lower in Door County and the local law enforcement and state troopers are always on the lookout for speeders. You do not want to ruin your vacation with a speeding ticket. The best airport is Austin Straubel International Airport in Green Bay.

How to Explore Door County

Nature will definitely be calling your name when you stay in Door County vacation rentals. You will jump at the chance to go out sailing, cruising, fishing, boating, hiking, or biking; you can also just relax on the beaches. The wealth of water-based recreation in Door County happens right on Green Bay and Lake Michigan. If you want to get a look at the surrounding area, take a day trip to Washington Island. If golf is your game, some of the most scenic courses are right there! For those looking for a little culture, there is no shortage of artist galleries, music and performing arts, and museums throughout the area.

Fun Family Adventure

Just minutes away from any Door County lodging, you will find plenty of family fun and adventure. If hiking is not for everyone in your family, think about renting bikes, mopeds, scooters, or even a segway to explore the state park trails. If you would like a sky-high adventure, take an airplane ride over Door County. You are sure to see some sights that you have never seen before! For those of you that love the water, sail the bays and explore the islands, lighthouses, and many bluffs. Horseback riding, a day at the beach, trolley tours, farm tours, and county parks are other ideas of how to spend your days. Because Door County has such a diverse list to offer, everyone in your family is sure to find something to enjoy.

A Way to Escape it All

If outdoor adventure is not your cup of tea, there are ways to escape it all in Door County. There is plenty of shopping in the area's quaint little towns as well as plenty of galleries and museums. If pampering is something that will really float your boat, there are some excellent spas and salons that will melt your cares away. After a day of rest and relaxation, dine at one of the unique and award-winning restaurants or attend a traditional Door County Fish Boil. With all these options, it seems obvious why Door County has been named one of the top 10 vacation spots in North America.

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