Door County Tour

Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26, 2023

Door County is on a peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan, in the state of Wisconsin. 

Door County Maritime Museum & Tug

Two Nights at Rowleys Bay Resort

Fish Boil Dinner & Entertainment

Breakfast Buffet

Washington Island Ferry & Cherry Train w/ Lunch

Peninsula State Park

Visit Seaquist Orchards

Breakfast at Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant

Peninsula Park Caves & Ephraim North Cruise

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Day 2

Door County Maritime Museum & Tug

On arrival in Sturgeon Bay, your group will visit the Door County Maritime Museum. Located along the busy waterfront, the 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. While there, enjoy an all-access, 40 minute guided tour of the John Purves, an immaculately restored 1919 Great Lakes tugboat.

Two Nights at Rowleys Bay Resort

Check into the Rowley’s Bay Resort for two nights. It is the largest waterfront resort in Door County. The atmosphere is casual, relaxed and friendly.

Fish Boil Dinner & Entertainment

Dinner this evening will be a traditional Door County Fish Boil. Just as Scandinavian settlers off the Peninsula did 100 years ago, fresh locally caught whitefish are cooked outside over an open fire along with small baby red potatoes and sweet boiling onions. During the cooking process, fish oils naturally rise to the surface which “boil over” along with water in a fiery spectacle signaling the end of the cooking process and the beginning of dinner. (B,D) (260 miles)

Day 3

Washington Island Ferry & Cherry Train w/ Lunch

Following breakfast you motor north and board the Washington Island Ferry for a half-hour trip across the four mile passageway between the
tip of the county and the island known as “La Porte des Morts” or “the door of the dead”. During your boat ride learn the history of the outlying islands and an intro to Washington Island.

Upon arrival, board the Island’s original open air Cherry Train and enjoy a narrated tour, highlighting island features and attractions. Stops could include Stavkirke Church, Schoolhouse Beach and Jacobsen Museum. A waterfront lunch is included today including the famous Door County Cherry Pie for dessert.

Peninsula State Park

Leaving Washington Island you visit Peninsula State Park, a 3,776-acre Wisconsin state park with eight miles of Green Bay shoreline in Door County. Peninsula is the third largest state park in Wisconsin. Visit the Park’s White Cedar Nature Center, a fun, family-friendly place, featuring nostalgic photos, taxidermy birds and mammals, and a huge light-up map of the park.

Visit Seaquist Orchards

You will also stop at Seaquist Orchards. Well-groomed roads throughout several acres of cherries, apples, apricots, and sweet cherries offer an opportunity to see a “working farm.” When your coach arrives at the market, a tour guide steps right on the coach and gives a fun, informative 20-30 minute tour. After the tour, apple cider and a wide variety of samples (jams, fudge, mustards, salsa) are available, along with some great shopping!

Tour then returns to Sturgeon Bay for the night with dinner on own.

Day 4

Breakfast at Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant

This morning you will have a unique and authentic Swedish breakfast experience at Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant where live goats can be found grazing on the sod roof. It’s quite a sight, and it’s made this place one of the most famous restaurants in Door County. Visit the gift shop for a special Swedish souvenir to remember your travels.

Peninsula Park Caves & Ephraim North Cruise

This morning after breakfast you’ll take a cruise along the Peninsula State Park’s seven mile shoreline. With an insightful narration of the park’s human and natural history including the history of the Niagara Escarpment. Have your cameras ready as you cruise past the 145 year old Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. Learn about the history of Ephraim and the millionaires estate, Englemar on Horsehoe Island. Enjoy Eagle Cave, up close and personal, that rises 40 feet above the shoreline. Hear stories of French explorers and early Indian inhabitants at Nicolet
Bay and take a pic of the “Indian Head” in the towering cliffs above. Keep an eye out for white tail deer along the shore and bald eagles soaring above.

Following this cruise you depart for home. (260 miles)

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Only $815-based on double occupancy 
$760 for triple occupancy, $730 for quad occupancy, and $1,080 single occupancy.

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