The Festival weekends include air, land-based, boat, and adventure tours that together reach all 11 of the treasured lighthouses of Door County. Many of the tour excursions are unique to the Lighthouse Festival weekends, and provide visitors exclusive access to lighthouses not typically open to the public – Chambers Island, Kewaunee, Plum Island and Sherwood Point Lighthouses. There are tours for all levels of activity and accessibility. Some tours involve hiking. Boat tours depart from a variety of locations around the Peninsula, including Sister Bay, Gills Rock and Baileys Harbor.
All goats are invited to participate in the parade! (please leash or harness goats) Goat costumes, Viking hats, and other creative endeavors are encouraged.
Celebrate the transition of spring into summer on the shoreline of Eagle Harbor!
he Door County Beer Festival is back on Saturday, June 18, 2022. Sample more than 150 different beers from 45 midwestern breweries on the grounds of Maxwelton Braes in Baileys Harbor!
A NEW 2022 EVENT IS DEBUTING IN PLACE OF UNCORK SUMMER:
DOOR COUNTY NORTH COUNTRY FAIR
After a two-year hiatus, the Door County Wine Festival will return in June of 2022 with a new location.
This year’s event will be held on the grounds of Maxwelton Braes on Saturday, June 25, 2022. The Door County Wine Festival features wines from the eight wineries on the Door County Wine Trail, including: Lautenbach’s Orchard Country, Von Stiehl, Door Peninsula, Red Oak, Simon Creek, Harbor Ridge, Door 44, and Anchored Roots wineries.
Taste the flavors of Door County, enjoy great live music, shuttles to the venue, and great food.