$1050 per week 7 night min stay
$2042.04/week June 28-Sept. 1, 2014
$295/nt - $1650- $1795/wk
Washington Island Travel Tips
Washington Island Vacation Rentals Are Affordable
Washington Island vacation rentals are affordable. They are also steeped in history! You can stay on this exclusive island that is the home of nearly 300 years of history in the middle of Lake Michigan this year. Although the accommodations are contemporary and luxurious, the land itself is still pristine and naturally beautiful. You will love photographing the gorgeous landscapes of this land almost as much as you love the convenient location of Washington Island vacation rentals. Stay in vacation rentals that place you right near the water, just steps from exciting water recreation and beaches where you can sunbathe, and finally read that novel you carry around. Washington Island vacation rentals have comparable prices to hotels. So, why not get more for less?
Relax in Comfort in Your Washington Island Lodging
Relax in comfort and enjoy the luxury of Washington Island lodging. Explore the nearby lighthouses, orchards, and parks during the day, and be charmed by the world-class amenities of a rental property by night. Take your family boating, biking, and hiking on Washington Island this summer, and you will remember the beauty of Lake Michigan for the rest of your life!
Door County Resorts Are a Great Choice for Groups
With so much to do, Door County resorts are a great choice for groups, because everyone can find something that will be entertaining. Nature lovers will enjoy the gorgeous, natural landscapes of Door County, and everyone will like the night concerts, musical performances, and exotic animals in the area. Door County resorts are a popular choice for anniversaries, weddings, fishing, and golfing trips. From the comfort of your vacation rental, you can bask in the endless skylines of nature, old world structures and lighthouses, and sunsets on Lake Michigan. Washington Island vacation rentals will make you feel like an appreciated traveler, because the local community is so welcoming and appreciative of its tourist industry.