Things to Do

Door County Sunset Cruise, By: Reel Impression

The Door County Sunset Cruise includes room for up to 6, your choice of a bottle of wine (provided by The Lodge at Leathem Smith), choice of two tapas (provided by The Lodge at Leathem Smith), and a drink ticket for Stone Harbor. Enjoy your trip on our extremely clean and Coast Guard inspected vessel. On our 35 foot Viking flybridge yacht, you will have all the amenities you will need. This includes a clean and fully functional bathroom, booth seating, full galley-style kitchen, heat and air conditioning. Click here to learn more. 


Discover Sturgeon Bay

Sturgeon Bay is the City that Lives On, and For, the Water. Historic charm and the natural beauty of a strategic shipping corridor meet a blue-collar ethic in Sturgeon Bay, Door County’s world-renowned shipbuilding hub. From thousand-foot lakers to small bass-fishing boats, this community’s heritage is all about boats and water. Click here to learn more.


Cave Point County Park

Park featuring underwater caves, hiking trails & limestone cliffs along scenic Lake Michigan. Click here to learn more.


Whitefish Dunes State Park

Whitefish Dunes State Park is a 867-acre state park of Wisconsin, United States, on the eastern shore of the Door Peninsula. This day-use park preserves the most substantial sand dunes on the western shore of Lake Michigan. Click here to learn more.


Various Wineries


Door County Maritime Museum

The Door County Maritime Museum is an American maritime museum located in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, with additional sites in Gills Rock, Wisconsin, and the Cana Island Light. Click here to learn more.