Door County, Wisconsin Professional Review and Guide
"Sticking out into Lake Michigan like a long, skinny finger, Wisconsin’s Door County peninsula is flanked by Green Bay on its west coast and Lake Michigan on its east coast. While only 13 miles wide and 42 miles long, Door County’s orchard-graced interiors and lovely coastal vistas contribute to the relaxed atmosphere that pervades the county’s four tourist seasons. Door County holds the distinction of being home to ten lighthouses, which is the most of any county in the United States.
Most of the picture-perfect towns are located either on the west or east coast, with the Green Bay coast providing the most family-friendly and prettiest villages. Towns such as Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, and Sister Bay, to name a few, are flanked by boats and yachts harborside and abundant flowers curbside in the summer. While there are plenty of trails for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, summer best affords families the opportunity to discover the lovely beaches, secluded coves, and rocky inlets of both Green Bay and Lake Michigan, as well as the biking and hiking trails in the five state parks."