Door County-WI 

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The Door County Experience (Program 12334)

Discover Wisconsin’s Door County, miles of breathtaking shoreline, natural wonders, inspiring artists, and historic charm. Learn about the Door Peninsula’s unique geography and geological formations, artistic expressions, and state-of-the-art orchard industries. Visit galleries and meet artists; take docent-led tours of Ephraim’s Moravian Village and Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. Discover Sturgeon Bay’s maritime and historical museums.

June 8-13, 2014, June 22-27, 2014, July 20-25, 2014, August 10-15, 2014, September 14-19, 2014, September 21-26, 2014, October 5-10, 2014

Door County Cooking, Cuisine and Culinary Arts (Program 13680)

Explore Door County’s culinary riches from family run apple and cherry orchards to chef-led cooking schools with lots of extras in between.  Experience the fiery boil-over of a traditional Lake Michigan fish-boil. Visit a vineyard and taste the fruit of the vine. Follow your nose to the bakery for freshly baked pecan rolls, a family’s secret recipe. Sensory overload at its best! 

June 8-13, 2014, June 22-27, 2014, September 21-26, 2014

Door County: Gateway to the Arts (Program 12333) 

Nestled among the famous Door County cedar trees you’ll find a surprising cluster of theaters. Humble yet polished, hopeful yet not sentimental, historical yet hysterical, Door County theater has a story as captivating as they plays they stage each season. Explore the process of taking a play from the page to the stage; learn the intricate dance of stage combat, discover the role of costume and set design. Talk with actors and directors about why Door County is a special place for summer theater.

July 27-August 1, 2014

Door County’s Peninsula Music Festival (Program 18777)

Experience the renowned Peninsula Music Festival, delighting audiences since 1953. In addition to background talks and expert presentations, attend two concerts and a closed rehearsal featuring professional musicians who come from across the country to be part of this special celebration. Learn the event’s history and how it grew out of the Early Moravian Music Festival. 

August 17-22, 2014

The Lighthouses and Collections of Door County (Program 11664)

Wisconsin’s Door County is home to the second highest concentration of lighthouses of any U.S. county — 10 of them grace the scenic shoreline of this 75-mile-long peninsula jutting into Lake Michigan. Expert presentations illuminate the history of the lighthouses and their importance to ships navigating through a passage that French explorers named Porte des Morts Passage, the “Door to the Way to Death.” 

September 7-12, 2014

Family owned and operated, Rowleys Bay Resort is situated on 100 secluded acres dominating a pristine and undeveloped bay with 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline, one of the most picturesque locations in Door County.

With meeting rooms, restaurant, bakery, pub, pool, whirlpool, fitness room and other amenities all under one roof, groups feel safe and connected. 

Learn more about the Rowleys Bay Resort HERE

Located 190 miles north of Milwaukee and 80 miles from Green Bay, Rowleys Bay is located near the top of the peninsula, just north of Sister Bay. Best reached by car with airport access nearby.

Nearest Airports

General Mitchell International (MKE) – Milwaukee, WI

O’Hare International (ORD) – Chicago, IL

Austin Straubel International (GRB) – Green Bay, WI 

Visit the Rowley’s Bay Resort website for help with directions.