It’s cold, it’s quiet, many businesses have closed, and you don’t even have your own skis – why should you come to Door County in the Winter? The reasons are countless – but here are 7 great reasons to brave the cold, reward yourself, and share it with family and friends…
The Comfort Food! These cold days and nights make hot soup, steaming cocoa, and warm comfort foods all the more enjoyable! Many restaurants offer comfort food specials in the colder months – check out our Open Doors Winter 2013-14 Blog to see who is serving all winter long, and download the NEW Door County Chefs App to see restaurant menus, get GPS directions, and use our click-to-call function so you can make reservations or check hours and specials before you decide where to eat!
Baileys Harbor is alive with the sounds of the Holidays this weekend as the Ridges Sanctuary celebrates The Ridges Natural Christmas and the village celebrates Christmas in the Harbor on Saturday, December 7th. Not to make you choose, these two holiday events overlap for just an hour.
Northern Door County is full of the Holiday Spirit! Here’s the official poster:
Sister Bay, Capture the Spirit, November 29-30, 2013
Egg Harbor, Holly Days, November 29-30, 2013
Ellison Bay, Christmas Tree Lighting & Chili Supper, December 1, 2013
Ephraim, Christmas in the Village, December 7, 2013
Baileys Harbor, Christmas in the Harbor & The Ridges Natural Christmas, Dec. 7, 2013
Fish Creek, Once Upon a Christmas, December 8, 2013