Attractions in Egg Harbor, Wisconsin

Attractions in Egg Harbor, Wisconsin
On the Door Peninsula, between Lake Michigan and Green Bay, is the quaint resort community of Egg Harbor, Wisconsin. Egg Harbor attractions are well-suited for outdoor recreation. Camping, kayaking tours and hiking trails are all within easy reach. Choose your adventure and grab a bite afterward at places like Bistro 42, where homemade fare and fire-baked pizzas are served.
 

Door County Camping Retreat

The Door County Camping Retreat is a great base for trips to Door County's five state parks. Visitors can go hiking, biking and cross-country skiing on trails that cut through scenic forests. Camping Retreat features include a playground, swimming pool and a store for sundries, where ice cream, slush puppies and pizza are served. A picnic pavilion, game room, bicycle rentals and free bathhouses are also available. The campground also offers an off-site storage facility for guests with RVs. If you stay at the camp at least 5 nights in a month, your storage fees are waived.

Door County Camping Retreat
4906 Court Road
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin 54209
(866) 830-5145
doorcountycamp.com

 
 

Door County Kayak Tours

Take advantage of Egg Harbor's beautiful coastline with a Door County kayak tour. Choose from among a trip to "thousand-year-old" caves, bird-watching excursions, lighthouse and estuary tours and even a shipwreck exploration. Trips to Whitefish Dunes State Park and Cave Point County Park are also available. Tours can be tailored for beginning, intermediate and advanced kayakers. Children as young as age 5 are welcome.

Door County Kayak Tours
4690 Rainbow Ridge Ct.
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin 54209
(920) 868-1400
doorcountykayaktours.com

White Cliff Fen and Forest Preserve

At White Cliff Fen and Forest Preserve, a Wisconsin State Natural Area, you'll find nameless trails that wend through a "deep, undisturbed forest" of fen--a type of wetlands. On your hike you're likely to see some rare sights, including bog-arrow grass, land snails and the endangered Hine's Emerald Dragonfly. Many varieties of trees populate the forest, including white cedar, Big tooth Aspen, sugar maple, white spruce and red oak. Flowering marsh milkweeds attract a multitude of butterflies.

White Cliff Fen and Forest Preserve
Fish Creek, Wisconsin 54212
dnr.state.wi.us

 

Article Written By Nolita York

Nolita York is a writer based in New York City, with a degree in English writing from Saint Leo University. York's objective is to provide readers with interesting and insightful articles of all stripes. His articles have appeared in "Savannah Magazine," Creative Loafing and many other online and print publications.

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