Door County is the vacation spot for anyone loving small, intimate lodging; water and boating; cherries; local shops; cheese; great cocktails and wine; fish boils; a traditional fish fry; and artwork. All of this is available in a small town atmosphere on a peninsula about three hours north of Milwaukee. On a recent trip, several friends and I headed to this area after spending three days in Milwaukee.

There are many unincorporated small villages here, the southernmost of which is Sturgeon Bay, the largest Door County town and county seat, located about a half hour's drive from all the other unincorporated villages.

Read more in Tripatini member  Linda Milks' post Wisconsin's Door County Is Fish Boils, Supper Clubs, Creameries, and Cherry Bounce.



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