Westwood Shores Waterfront Resort, Door County
4303 Bay Shore Drive, Sturgeon Bay, WI, USAhttp://www.westwoodshores.net920-746-4057
Tours & Attractions
5712 Howard Lanehttp://kurtzcorral.com(920) 743-6742Door County's Premier Riding Stable.
Door County Trolley
9197 Wisconsin 42http://doorcountytrolley.com(920) 868-1100The Door County Trolley has many different tours that will take you all around Door County.
Washington Island Ferry Line
215 Wisconsin 42http://wisferry.com(920) 847-2546At the tip of the Door County peninsula, you’ll find Northport Pier and the Washington Island Ferry Line to Washington Island. The island is a 35-square mile, year-round home to 700 people and a destination for thousands of visitors annually. The Washington Island Ferry Line is a vital transportation link, crossing Death’s Door passage on the way to the island. Start your journey today!
Saguaro Day Spa
3899 Old Highway Rdhttp://www.saguarodayspa.com(920) 743-5380Saguaro Day Spa and its staff strive to provide a professional, welcoming atmosphere that allows our guests to escape from the stresses and happenings of everyday life. Saguaro provides private, individual spa services as well as hosts groups of all sizes for special occasions or just a day of fun and relaxation.
Door County Maritime Museum
120 N Madison Avehttp://www.dcmm.org920-743-5358Located along Sturgeon Bay’s busy waterfront, the Door County Maritime Museum showcases the area’s rich maritime roots. Hard-working fishermen, brave ship captains, skilled craftsmen, bold inventors and lonely lighthouse keepers are just some of the personalities you’ll discover in the galleries of the museum.
Door County Historical Museum
18 North 4th Avenue, Sturgeon Bayhttp://map.co.door.wi.us/museum/default.htm920- 743-5809The building was completed in 1939 as a museum. It was during the Great Depression and was built as a WPA project during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Long before this time a local man, Harry Dankoler, began collecting things that were old, realizing the importance of saving the parts of history so that others might always be able to appreciate it. At the same time, another Door County resident, Hjalmar Holand, also with a great interest in history, was busy preserving the written memories of the County. With the backing of the newly formed Door County Historical Society, they worked to provide the basis for this museum. Early photos show it as it was - the typical museum of its time with shelves and shelves of old things being preserved, but not necessarily interpreted as is done today. Open Daily May 1 through October 31 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM FREE Admission
Inn at Cedar Crossing
336 Louisiana Streetwww.innatcedarcrossing.com(920) 743-4200Warm hospitality, inviting rooms, and delicious food are our tradition. Choose from nine elegant guest rooms, each a romantic getaway. All are individually decorated, have private bathrooms and all the modern conveniences. Many feature a whirlpool tub or cozy fireplace or both. Delicious full breakfast with choice of entrees; afternoon and evening refreshments. For dining questions please call: (920) 743-4249.
John Martins Restaurant
50 South 3rd Avenue(920) 746-6666John Martin's, Where Customers Become Friends. Serving lunch and dinner daily.
Donnys Glidden Lodge
4670 Glidden Drivewww.donnysgliddenlodge.com(920) 746-9460Don, Rita and Tim would like to invite you to Donny's Glidden Lodge Restaurant. We feel we can provide you with the ultimate dining experience. Combining friendly service with tantalizing menu choices and an incredible view of Lake Michigan. We serve Certified Black Angus cuts of meat; we use only the finest, freshest ingredients available. We are committed to providing you, the customer with the highest quality product possible. Open 7 nights a week year round, serving 4pm to 9pm. Closed Sundays November through May. Reservations suggested.
136 Restaurant & Wine Bar
136 N Third Avewww.restaurant136.com920-7461100Open for lunch, dinner and in between. Small plates, sandwiches, soups, salads, entrees and desserts. 50 wines available by the glass.
43 S. Madisonwww.sonnyspizzeria.com920-743-2300Best pizza in Door County! Complete sit down menu featuring Chicago style pizza, ribs, pasta sandwiches and more! Carry out and delivery available. Opens at 11 am daily
Dairy View Country Store LLC
5169 County Road Ihttp://dairyview.com(920) 743-9779Schopf’s Hilltop Dairy has an ice cream parlor and country store. Located in Carlsville - about 15 minutes from Westwood Shores. A stop that’s both educational and entertaining. You are invited to learn all about the Wisconsin dairy industry at Door County’s largest dairy farm by experiencing it first-hand. Take everyone on a free, working dairy tour. Watch the ongoing milking operations, milk “Cookie” the cow and then taste the end result – 30 flavors of homemade ice cream in the Dairy View Country Store Ice Cream Parlor
Louie D'or's Olive Oil & Wine Shop
23 N 3rd Ave920-818-0713Sample and purchase local food products: Wisconsin cheeses, dip mixes, hot sauces. featuring Fat Louie's olive oil, Door Peninsula wine, Shipwrecked beer and spirits from Door County Distillery.
Door County Coffee & Tea Co.
5773 Wisconsin 42http://www.doorcountycoffee.com(920) 743-8808Welcome to the Door County Coffee on-line experience! When you can’t be with us here in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin we want to make sure you can still enjoy our extraordinary coffee. Our 100 plus blends of freshly roasted Door County Coffees, Teas and Specialty Foods are right here at your finger tips to bring the Door County experience to your home each and every day! Enjoy Meandering through our website to discover firsthand what makes Door County Coffee the most extraordinary gourmet coffee you have ever tasted!
Door Peninsula Winery
5806 State Highway 42http://www.dcwine.com(920) 743-7431Door Peninsula Winery is making Door County and the Midwest proud by bringing home the gold and more with locally produced award winning fruit wines plus estate grown premium grape varietals. Taste them for yourself at the complimentary tasting bar in Carlsville, Door County, open daily, year round!
Harbor Ridge Winery
4690 Rainbow Ridge Ct, Egg Harborhttp://www.harborridgewinery.com920- 868-4321
Orchard Country Winery
Red Oak Winery
3017 Enterprise Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, United Stateshttp://www.redoakvineyard.com/index.html(920) 743-7729
Stone's Throw Winery
3382 County Rd E, Baileys Harbor, WI 54202, United Stateshttp://www.stonesthrowwinery.com(920) 839-9660
Island Orchard Cider
12040 Garrett Bay Rd, Ellison Bay, WI 54210, United Stateshttp://islandorchardcider.com(920) 854-3344
Plum Island Range Lights
The original light on Plum Island, built in 1848, no longer exists because ship owners and captains complained to the Lighthouse Board that the Plum Island light was too far to the west, so President Buchanan built the lighthouse on Pilot Island. Built of Cream City brick, this graceful structure is in dire need of repair. The light is visible only by water and there is no trespassing on Coast Guard property.
920-847-2235Location: On the north end of Rock Island State Park (Island ONLY accessible by boat). History: Established 1836; rebuilt 1858, automated 1956. Welcome: Rock Island State Park is open all year and is accessible by boat or the “Karfi” ferry. Grounds are always open, but it is over a mile walk to reach the light-house. While the lantern room has been fully restored, it is not an active light. The active beacon shines from a separate skeleton tower located nearby.
Sherwood Point Lighthouse
History: Established 1883: Automated 1983. This was the last manned lighthouse on the US Great Lakes. Restrictions: The entire facility is operated as a rest and recuperation area for active members of the U.S. military on a rental basis. Your cooperation in maintaining the privacy of the occupants is appreci-ated.
Baileys Harbor Range Lights
Location: At the North end of Baileys Harbor at 8270 Hwy 57 or follow Ridges Road for a half mile to the beach parking lot. History: Established 1869, automated 1923. Between 1869 and 1969 these range lights were used by navigators to safely enter Baileys Harbor. When the unique upper and lower lights were lined up with one light over the other, the sailor knew he/she was in safe water. These lights were removed from service in 1969 and a directional light was placed atop a 31-foot tower on the shore (near the lower range light). In 1993, the Ridges Sanctuary restored both range lights. Restrictions: The range light structures are not open tothe public, but the grounds are open.
Cana Island Lighthouse
8800 East Cana Island Road, Baileys Harborwww.dcmm.org920-743-5958Location: 8800 East Cana Island Rd, Baileys Harbor. (Take County Q, off Hwy 57, at the north edge of Baileys Harbor to Cana Island Rd. two and a half miles. Sharp right turn on Cana Island Rd). Parking is very limited. Please respect private property. History: Established 1869, automated 1944. The island is operated as a museum by the Door County Maritime Museum & Lighthouse Preservation Society Be careful when walking the causeway to the island because it is rough and at times is covered with water. There are limited toilet facilities and no potable water on the island. The grounds are open daylight hours year round.
Canal Station Pier-head Lighthouse
2501 Canal Road, Sturgeon BayLocation: This fully operating US Coast Guard station is located at the Lake Michigan end of the Sturgeon Bay ship canal. North of the Bay View Bridge, turn east onto Utah St, right on Cove Rd, left on Canal Rd. History: Land purchased 1836: Pier Head navigation light built 1882. Station built with a tower light 1899: renovated 1903, automated 1972. Restrictions: No public restrooms. Parking is limited to the outer parking lot. The lower level break wall (pier) is the only section open to the public.
Chambers Island Lighthouse
920-868-3100Location: Located on the northwest corner of Chambers Island. This lighthouse is only accessible by boat. History: Established 1858, automated 1961. Welcome: Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day when a caretaker is in residence. Restrictions: No facilities on the beach or at the lighthouse.
Eagle Bluff Lighthouse
www.eagleblufflighthouse.org920-421-3636Location: Perched on a bluff above green Bay, Eagle Bluff lighthouse is easily accessed by Shore Rd in Peninsula State Park. A map is available at either park entrance. History: Built in 1868, was manned by three light keepers for 58 years until it was automated 1926 and abandoned as residential lighthouse.
Old Baileys Harbor Light
Built 1852, removed from service 1869. This unusual structure, with its unique bird cage lantern room, is located on an island near the town of Baileys Harbor. It was abandoned in 1869 when the Lighthouse Board decided to build Range Lights in Baileys Harbor instead of repairing this light. This light is privately owned.
Pilot Island Lighthouse
920-854-2972Location: Between Washington Island and peninsula tip. Rear range light tower, keepers’ dwelling and fog signal building can be seen from the Washington Island Ferry. Front range light can only be seen from a boat approaching Death’s Door from Lake Michigan. Information: Narrated boat tours are available through the Island Clipper (920) 854-2972. Visible
Third Avenue Playhouse
239 N 3rd Avewww.ThirdAvenuePlayhouse.com920-743-1760Door County' year round performance center in historic Sturgeon Bay. With eclectic programming including concerts, theatre and classes. Stage Door presents plays in the newly renovated studio theatre.
4351 Peninsula Players Rd, Fish Creek, WI 54212, United Stateshttp://www.peninsulaplayers.com(920) 868-3287The Peninsula Player is America’s oldest resident summer theater. And it began simply with “two planks and a passion.” Patrons are also delighted by the talent of its acting company and the theater’s serene location along the shores of Green Bay
Door County Visitor Bureau
1015 Green Bay Rd, Sturgeon Baywww.doorcounty.com920-743-4456DoorCounty.com is where you’ll find the best lodging, sightseeing, dining, events, scenic locations and even seasonal activities for the entire Door County Wisconsin region. Door County Wisconsin is a romantic and family vacation destination filled with towering lighthouses, fall colors, waterside dining, relaxing views, tours, trails and the beautiful Lake Michigan — not to mention a variety of unique Door County, WI events including apple picking, antique shopping, performing arts, fish boils and recreational activities
Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center
36 S. 3rd Ave, Sturgeon Baywww.sturgeonbay.net920-743-6246Enjoy Door County’s premier City year round. Sturgeon Bay, Door County offers the finest selection of charming restaurants, welcoming accommodations, artistic shops, galleries and museums….all surrounded by the relaxing beauty of the historic waterfront. Fun festivals, nearby state parks and more activities than anywhere on the peninsula!