Thinking about spending spring break in Door County? There’s still plenty to do in the weeks before the busy season kicks off.

Venture to Door County for some Spring break action by taking a Spring Trolley Tour or wine tasting along Door County’s wine trail. Stop in and see the awesome staff and create some art at Hands On Art Studio or just take your own Lighthouse tour and enjoy all the beauty the back rounds of Door County have to offer.

Here are some other ideas:

Head over to Jorn’s Sugar Bush for some fresh Maple Syrup, right here in Egg Harbor.

Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay tops our list and is definitely worth an afternoon visit.

Roll at the Bowl. You keep score! If you’re used to suburban bowling, the Sister Bay Bowl will be the kind of experience that takes you back in time. There are no computers in this alley, just pencils and score sheets for you to fill in. But don’t worry, the barkeeps can teach you how to do it.

Get on some skis. We take them for granted, but the cross-country ski trails at Peninsula State Park, Whitefish Dunes, and Newport are all amazing after a fresh snowfall, thanks to some dedicated local groomers. Bring your skis or rent them and experience another side of our amazing parks!

Grab a pair of our snowshoes and a pass for Ridges Sanctuary and take a stroll through some of the most beautiful trails on the Peninsula.

One of our staff’s favorite things to do this time of year is feed the Chickadee’s at Peninsula State Park.

Door County offers five amazing state parks, but there are also several less-known, but no less beautiful parks off the beaten path.

Come on up for a visit, we offer some of the best rates of the year. See you soon!


Sturgeon Bay Lighthouse Reflection