Local Area Attractions Near Door County KOA Holiday
Whether you have a love for the historic or the picturesque, there are lots of things to do and see in Door County, WI. When you choose Door County KOA as your basecamp, you can experience charming and unique coastal living, visit local tourist attractions and participate in fun activities among spectacular waterfront views and towering rock formations.
If you are looking to be at the center of all the adventure that Door County has to offer, look no further than Door County KOA. Whether you choose to stay in one of our RV Sites, Tent Sites or Deluxe Cabins, you will find plenty of family-friendly fun both onsite and off.
Door County offers over 300 miles of shoreline, so you can bet that this region boasts some of Wisconsin's top beaches! From wide open sand dunes to rare limestone shores, there are plenty of options and experiences for your family to choose from. Try Nicolet Beach for some classic family-friendly fun, Secret of Stone Schoolhouse Beach with its mesmerizing blue waters or the nearly private Rock Island State Park.
Sightseeing, swimming, hiking, sailing, skiing, cycling – Sturgeon Bay offers visitors opportunities to fill vacation days with activities galore. Or, if you prefer, little activity at all! Lounge and quietly enjoy the sunshine, and discover why Sturgeon Bay was designated one of the Top 10 Happiest Seaside Towns in the U.S. by Coastal Living magazine.
With the still waters of Green Bay on one side and expansive Lake Michigan on the other, Door peninsula stands guard against the perils of jagged rocks, swift currents and rip tides. Her lighthouses have guided countless ships to safety and saved many lives. Spanning throughout the peninsula and islands, Door County boasts 11 historic lighthouses. Explore the iconic Cana Island Lighthouse, the unique Baileys Harbor Bird Cage Lighthouse or the easily accessible Eagle Bluff Lighthouse.
Door County Wineries
The Door County Wine Trail, nestled between Lake Michigan and Green Bay, winds its way through the Door County peninsula. Featuring 8 distinct wineries, each stop on the trail is sure to make your trip more memorable. Each winery is different and features unique wines: from cherry and other fruits to cold hardy grape varietals producing estate-grown wines. Spend a day, spend a weekend, exploring this unique wine experience. Sip, swirl and savor the flavor of Door County.