Door County

$1,579, double occupancy $1,935, single occupancy

Prepare to be captivated by Door County, Wisconsin! We’ll spend five nights in Sturgeon Bay and fill our days with authentic Door County experiences, beginning with the Cherry Train tour. The ferry will take us to Washington Island for this narrated tour that will introduce us to life on the island, its history, and more. Back on the mainland, we’ll depart for Seaquist Orchards where our entertaining guide will lead us through the cherry, apple, and pear trees. Day two will end with a very special Door County meal loved by locals and tourists alike – a traditional fish boil. Locally caught fish will be boiled on an open fire, and we’ll know it’s time to eat when the fiery “boil over” occurs! Day three will introduce us to the best of Door County by old-time trolley. We’ll tour Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, enjoy a wine tasting, visit the bluffs at Peninsula State Park, and stop at a roadside market before returning to Sturgeon Bay to explore on our ownOur last full day of touring will begin with a visit to Renard’s Cheese to learn about their cheese-making process and enjoy some delicious samples. Up next is a tour of the Door County Maritime Museum for insight into the rich maritime history that is rooted within the Great Lakes area. We’ll also get an up-close look at the Tug John Purves, a vintage 1919 tugboat restored to its former glory. Our final evening in Door County will conclude with an entertaining show at the Peninsula Players Theatre, America’s oldest resident summer theater. Four nights’ accommodations, ten meals, admission to all activities, motorcoach transportation, taxes and gratuities, and a tour manager are included in the tour price. Contact 319-358-2230 or or 319-358-2278 or for a detailed brochure and registration information.

Monday, October 5, 2020 (All day) to Friday, October 9, 2020 (All day)
United States