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.
Fish Creek Scenic Boat Tours offers daily narrated tours, specialty cruises and private charters. Their 69-passenger tour boat runs daily one to one- and three-quarter hour tours such as the West Islands & Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Cruise, Peninsula Park & Ephraim North Cruise, Sunset Live
Nor Door Sport & Cyclery is an outfitter providing rentals of outdoor recreational equipment. They rent a variety of bikes, including recreational, road, mountain, fat tire and electric bikes. They also rent skis, snowshoes and sledding tubes during the winter season. Hourly or daily rates are
With 252 forested acres, Door Bluff Headlands is the largest county park in Door County. The Park has rugged and unmarked trails, which do lead to clearings overlooking Ellison Bay. Hiking boots are recommended, as there are many tree roots and steep portions
Door County Adventure Center is your adventure headquarters, with everything from zip lining and high ropes courses to kayak and paddleboard rentals and tours. Check their website for a listing of activities and locations, as some activities are held in Sturgeon Bay and other in various parts of
Bay Shore Outfitters offers bike, kayak and paddleboard rentals during the warmer seasons, and snowshoe and cross-country ski rentals during the winter weather. They also run a variety of guided kayak tours. Rentals and tours are run out of Ephraim and Sister Bay
The Door County Coastal Byway includes a more than 66-mile stretch of Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula. It begins with Highway 57 in Sturgeon Bay and travels north along the eastern coast of the peninsula to Northport and Gills Rock before heading south on Highway 42 back to Sturgeon Bay