Fall Color in Door County

Fall Color in Door County Every year Door County is rated as one of the best places to go in the United States for fall color. We have a long lasting fall with incredible views. With beech, birch, maple and oak trees we have vibrant gold, yellow, orange and red fall...

Door County Cherry Picking

Door County Cherry Picking Door County holds the title of Cherryland USA. We are known for our cherries. At one point, Door County produced more cherries than anywhere else in the world. The cherry trees blossom in mid to late May and are ready to be harvested mid to...

Door County Lighthouses

Door County has more lighthouse than any other county in the United States. Door County is home to 11 beautiful Lighthouses. These lighthouses have saved countless lives by directing boats safely to shore for years. This year the Door County Maritime Museum is hosting...

Door County Cherry Blossoms

Right now in Door County the Cherry Blossoms are in full bloom! Cherry blossoms can last as long as 14 days. Plan a trip up to Door County today to experience this beautiful phenomenon. Forget-me-nots and Trillium are also blooming at this time throughout the county. ...

Spring Blossoms

Door County is known for cherries. It’s the reason Door County has the title of “Cherry Land U.S.A.” Spring is a period of rejuvenation with branches growing leaves and gaining color, cherry blossoms blooming, and the many wild flowers such as...

2017 Drivers

The 2017 season is fast approaching. We have a few changes from last year. As you can see there are many old familiar faces and some new ones! On Wednesday, April 26th, we held our annual driver’s meeting to discuss changes to tours, tickets, etc. for the...