Have you been dreaming of escaping to a place with beautiful beaches, quaint boutiques, and a friendly, small-town feel? If so, it’s time to set your sights on Door County, Wisconsin. This little community is set on the edge of Sturgeon Bay and has excellent camping opportunities. So, pack up your Dutchmen Aspen Trail travel trailer from Moore’s RV and head to Wisconsin this summer.
Places to Stay
One of the most popular campgrounds in the Sturgeon Bay area is Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Door County. Here, you’ll find lots of outdoor activities, including an outdoor pool, shuffleboard, and horseshoes. Plus, there are plenty of 30 and 50 amp sites available with shade and firepits.
If you’re looking for a quiet retreat, seek out Monument Point Camping. This campground features only a few campsites, but they are all wooded and feature beautiful scenery and a great selection of hiking trails.
Things to See
No vacation is complete without a little sight-seeing! That’s why Door County, WI, is a great place to go! You’ll find amazing hiking trails, or book a tour of the many Belgian Chapels that are scattered across the land. For more historic landmarks, check out the local lighthouses all along the bay.
Things to Do
If you love to snorkel, then Sturgeon Bay is a destination you will love! There are tons of diving and snorkeling opportunities for you to explore some of the shipwrecks throughout the area. If you prefer to stay dry, but still want to tour the shipwrecks, then try a clear-bottom kayaking tour!
Visit the Farm
Keeping the kids entertained while you explore historical landmarks isn’t always easy. So spend a day at The Farm and let them enjoy getting to see and help with the animals. You can watch chickens hatch, help with milking, and even bottle-feed the babies!
Go to the Drive-In
Another great activity for the kids is to visit the local Skyway Drive-In Theater. This local landmark offers double features and a playground for the kids so that you can enjoy a movie, and they can burn off a little extra energy before bed.
If you’re planning an August camping trip, then you’ll be just in time for the cherry-picking season! Make sure you stop at one of the local cherry farms and pick your fill!
Whether you’re looking for outdoor activities, family-friendly adventures, or just a place to spend your summer days, contact us today to have an expert help you find the ideal RV for your family.