Discover a selection of 457 vacation rentals in Sister Bay that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including WiFi and swimming pools. Prices start at $185 per night, and houses and condos are popular options for a stay in Sister Bay. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Enjoy a cabin rental in Sister Bay

If you love food, Sister Bay is the place to be. This village is one of the most popular destinations for foodies in the entire county. Located in the northern portion of the county, Sister Bay is the premier destination for al fresco dining or dining in the open air. The reason it's so popular is because Sister Bay features an outdoor environment similar to the rest of Door County. That is, you'll find vibrant greenery and calming waters on the shore that you can enjoy, while tasting some truly unique gastronomy.

Things to do

Shipwrecks and ziplines in Sister Bay

Outdoor adventures abound in Sister Bay. Thrill-seekers will find plenty to get the adrenalin pumping when they hook onto a zipline to fly through the treetops, or hop on a Segway to explore the backcountry trails and roads. Sister Bay vacation rentals are close to the Old Anderson House Museum and the Corner of the Past, which beautifully preserve life as it was lived by early settlers. Green Bay boasts many a shipwreck, and you can explore by kayak. In winter you can sled on area hills, or keep warm indoors and enjoy a round of darts at the pub.


Kayaking and ice fishing in Sister Bay

Set on the shores of Green Bay, Sister Bay is a beautiful place to take in an outdoor concert, while watching the sunset fade and stars come out. Sister Bay vacation rentals are close to the waterfront, so you can rent paddleboards and kayaks in summer, or join diehard fishermen in winter for a frosty afternoon of ice fishing. While some may head indoors when snow starts to fly, outdoor adventurers will have a marvelous time in Sister Bay, with snowy expanses for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing and an outdoor ice rink for rousing games of broomball or hockey.


Snowy winters and balmy summers in Sister Bay

With cold, snowy winters and balmy summers, Sister Bay is a lovely place to visit year-round. Winter is ideal for lovers of outdoor sports, and aficionados of skiing and snowshoeing will find heavy snowfall, approximately 48 inches of the white stuff through winter, with temperatures hovering around 10-15 degrees. Hikers and swimmers will love Sister Bay's beautiful summers, which boast a comfortable mid-70-degree temperature through the day, with cooler evenings perfect for gathering around the campfire. While balmy, summers can also be quite humid, so Sister Bay's gorgeous waterside location is ideal for cooling off on piping-hot summer afternoons.

Natural features

Wildlife and sandy beaches in Sister Bay

Nestled along the cold, clear waters of Green Bay in Wisconsin, Sister Bay is a pretty village known for its lush forests, sandy beaches and outdoor activities. About 1.5 hours northeast of the city of Green Bay, Sister Bay sits nearly at the tip of the Door Peninsula, which juts out into Lake Michigan. Nearly surrounded by wildlife refuges, Sister Bay is a great place to see a variety of wildlife in their natural habitats. From powerful wolves and sleek deer to noisy waterfowl and swift birds of prey, lovers of animals will find numerous beauties to watch and admire.

How many vacation rentals are available around Sister Bay?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 457 vacation rentals around Sister Bay. From 363 house rentals to 82 condo and apartment rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.