Anderson Dock is a unique hidden gem of Door County. For years visitors to this dockside warehouse have tastefully signed their names on the building with paint. The tradition is still encouraged, but carvings and spray paint are not allowed.
Door County Trolley has 16 unique trolley tours that are offered year-round. Choose from the ever-popular wine tours, a lighthouse tour, ghost tour, family ride and more. Tours range in length from 30 minutes to five hours. The Trolley Station has a full coffee bar and food and beverage center
Ellison Bluff State Natural Area is a 174-acre park with high limestone cliffs that are part of the Niagara Escarpment. The Park has a walking trail that makes just over a one-mile loop and an overlook of Green Bay and Ellison Bay.
The Island Clipper is a 149-passenger ferry transporting visitors from Gills Rock to Washington Island. The Island Clipper does not carry vehicles but can take bicycles and mopeds. Once you arrive at Washington Island, hop aboard the Viking Tour Train, which provides a 90-mintue tram tour of
The Anderson House is an 1875 farmhouse that was brought to Sister Bay over the ice from Marinette in 1895. It stands in the same spot it was originally placed, where Highway 57 intersects Fieldcrest Road and Country Lane. The Sister Bay Historical Society eventually took over restoration of the
Segway the Door offers a fun way to view the beautiful Door County scenery. The Peninsula State Park Segway Tour runs up to two hours and offers picture-worthy water views. The shorter 50-minute Fish Creek, Sister Bay, or Fish Creek Country Roads Tours offer highlights of these scenic towns or the
Shoreline Charters offers scenic cruises and private charters of the Door Peninsula. Their 16- and 30-passenger boats will allow you up close views of lighthouses, shipwrecks and more. Cruises in Gills Rock depart from the Shoreline Marina at 12747 Highway 42