About Door County
Door County is Wisconsin’s largest County with 298 miles of shoreline. Tourist and local all refer to the area as the “Cape Cod of the Midwest”. The Peninsula sits on the Niagra Escarpment which is visible on all shore of the peninsula but is larger and more prominent on the Bay of Green Bay.
Door County is an international tourist destination. Please visit the Door County Visitors Bureau for things to do, places to stay and dine. www.doorcounty.com
The Sturgeon Bay shipping canal was completed in 1881 which actually makes the Peninsula an Island.
Sturgeon Bay is the county seat of the Door Peninsula and the largest city. Located at 44 degrees 49’56″N 87 degrees 22’19” W
For more information on things to see and do in Sturgeon Bay visit the Sturgeon Bay Visitors Center www.sturgeonbay.net