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Holiday Letting Price Information in Door County
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in Door County. Prices reach their highest point in September, where prices are an average of £232 a night (15/09 - 22/09). The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in June (29/06 - 06/07).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Door County
Check how busy Door County is with our availability graph. It is in August that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (18/08 - 25/08). More accommodations are available in a week of October (27/10 - 03/11) as the booking rate is only 17%.
The weather in Door County
The above is a climate diagram for Door County. July is the warmest month in Door County with average maximum temperatures of 26°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. It may rain 3 days in July while it typically rains only 0 days in January.
Retreat to a holiday home in Wisconsin's Door County
Door County holiday homes open the door to lakeside sunsets, swimming, sipping local wines and traversing beautiful bluffs. There are five state parks to choose from, plus art galleries and historic lighthouses littering the coast. Stay right on the lake or in a woodland retreat, Door County holiday lettings offer a wide variety of options.
Making music in Door County
Whether its dinner and drinks at a country tavern, a night out at the theatre, or an outdoor festival in the park, Door County is swinging with life all year round. Street festivals are held annually, and a thriving live music scene means there's always someone to go and see. Door County is full of great venues - hear a song circle at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church or a blues gig at the Brewing Company.
The beautiful natural sites of Door County
Take a hike along Door County's Ahnapee Trail and discover the stunning Wisconsin countryside. Hike White Cliff Fen over Egg Harbor, go birding at The Ridges Sanctuary and explore the Bayshore Blufflands. Don't forget to take Door County's Historic Walking Tour and visit Door County Garden.
Door County's top attractions
Eagle Bluff Light
Even after the Civil War had ended, travelling down the Erie Canal and through the Great Lakes was an arduous journey. This strategically placed lighthouse has brought safety to many sailors passing through Green Bay, where waves break 76 feet below.
Peninsula State Park
Surrounding the lighthouse are the lofty bluffs and cobbled shores of Peninsula State Park. Reaching almost 4,000 acres into the island, the park has sandy beaches ideal for swimming, a summer theatre and 18 hole golf course. Avail yourself of its superb fishing and picnic spots, or hire a boat and cruise out onto the glistening water.
Named after Colonel Talbot Chambers, there are lakes splashed all over this scenic isle, which is home to another local attraction. The Chambers Island Lighthouse Park is a stunning spot well worth visiting, as is the Roman Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, a 70-acre former resort property.
Alexander Noble House
Hidden in Fish Creek is a Victorian property listed on the National Register of Historic Places, where you can travel back in time and experience life in the 19th century. Historical festivities here range from Old Peninsula Days to the Antique and Unique Wooden Boat Show and Heritage Days in the spring.
Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal
Overlooked by Sturgeon Bay Canal Pierhead Lighthouse, Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal went ahead largely because of the economic incentive of collecting tolls from vessels. It enabled ships to evade the treacherous Death's Door' passage at the northern end of the peninsula. The breakwater pier is one of the county's most photographed spots.
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