Door County is an area rich with charms, whether you are talking about the natural beauty along the shores of Lake Michigan, the soothing tranquility of boutique shops located in quaint little towns like Egg Harbor and Sister Bay, or the joy of walking through quiet Northwood beauty. But one of the most unique draws is the fascinating history of Door County, which includes everything from Native American tribes to German POWs. Learn about the treacherous strait that gave the area its name, and the 150-year old Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. Also make sure to stop by and admire the historical work of FDR’s New Deal carried out by Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression in Peninsula State Park. Find out more about this unique state history the next time you travel to Wisconsin.
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Cornerstone Suites takes an authentic 19th century barn and transforms it into today's breathtaking interior rooms. With its charming Victorian decor... more
Generations ago pioneers settled the little lakeside village of Ephraim on the shores of Eagle harbor. See the Lake Michigan of old from Door County... more
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