A Little Door County
After leaving Fond du Lac, we were ready for a more scenic RV Park, and we found one near Brussels Wisconsin in Door County. From there we explored up and down both sides of Door Peninsula to take in the sights of Green Bay and Lake Michigan in between rains. Didn't get to do as much as we should have, but it was a great visit, and we could easily see why this area is a favorite tourist destination in the summer. We can only imagine the harsh winters though and fully understand why many of the businesses in this area are closed in the off season.
Here's our visit through the eye's of a drive by historian. Hover over the photos for more information and history of Door County. Click on any photo to go to the gallery.
Baileys Harbor - Blue Ox - BackThe Blue OX was in a very photogenic building, and it should be, as it is over 125 years old. Still serving up what many say are the best burgers in Door County, this historic bar is a wood lovers delight.
While we were in Door County we stayed at Quiet Woods South RV Resort near Brussels. Fantastic place with all the amenities, including a heated pool, great general store and much more.
Next Blog we finally make it out of Wisconsin to Michigan, but remain on a Peninsula. We'll show you Little Bay de Noc, a cool place for Monarch butterflies and more.
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