The Washington Island Chamber welcomes visitors to the largest of Door County’s 30 islands. They offer resources for everything there is to see and do on the island, including a map to help you get around.
School House Beach is a unique pebble beach part of the Niagara Escarpment and one of only five such beaches in the world. Although there is no sand, it is a popular swimming beach due to its bright, clear water. There are plenty of picnic tables and grills, so bring along a picnic to enjoy
Jackson Harbor Maritime Museum is a former fishing village whose buildings have been refurbished and include artifacts, photographs and videos related to commercial fishing, maritime history and area shipwrecks. It also includes a Historic Fisherman’s Cottage. The Museum is open daily from
Thordarson’s Rock Island Boathouse was built in 1929 by Chicago inventor and millionaire Chester Thordarson and greets visitors arriving to Rock Island on the Karfi ferry. The lower level of the boathouse is built to accommodate two 50-foot yachts. The 40 by 70-foot architectural structure atop
Deer Run Golf Course is a 9-hole regulation golf course on Washington Island. The course features mature maples and pines and a two-acre pond. Great for all skill levels! They also have a miniature golf course.
Fragrant Isle is a working Lavender Farm on Washington Island. Explore the beautiful lavender fields in their fragrant shades of purple and learn about the lavender-harvesting process. The lavender blooms are typically at peak around the 2nd or 3rd week of July, and it is harvested by the middle
Shipyard Island Marina offers transient or seasonal slip rentals with 30- and 50-amp dockside power. Amenities include 24-hour restroom and shower access, Wi-Fi, gas and diesel, pump-out station and more. A courtesy car is available for up to one-hour use when available