Catch a glimpse of days gone by in our small-town Southern Door communities. Our rich Belgian heritage can be seen covering the lower portion of Door County by it’s distinctive red brick Belgian farmhouses, historical chapels and tiny school houses all of which are surrounded by natural beauty, endless amounts of wildlife, state and county parks, forestry, rolling fields and farmland.
Stay & play on the Southern end of the county where you’ll enjoy a variety of lodging establishments, restaurants, quaint shops, blossoming orchards and wonderful farm markets for your shopping pleasure. Southern Door is known for it’s amazing outdoor activity where you can hike, bike or horseback ride the Ahnapee State Trail. In winter, the trail is open for snowmobiling and cross country skiing. You can also canoe or kayak the Ahnapee River to Lake Michigan. Cast a line in the waters of Green Bay out of Little Sturgeon for some of the best year-round catches in the Midwest.
Whitetail deer are quite common dotting the fields and wooded areas of the rural landscape.
Explore our favorite Southern Door picnic spots like the Robert LaSalle Park County Park on Lake Michigan or Sugar Creek County Park on the bay side. Explore & enjoy the miles of trails, 8 county parks, public beaches and endless array of natural beauty that makes Southern Door the hidden treasure of rural and unaltered beauty Door County is known for.