We both really loved staying in Door County, Wisconsin. We camped at Peninsula State Park. They get over 1 million visitors annually...and I can see why. It's located right on the waters of Green Bay - Lake Michigan. Door County consists of a number of quaint, small villages and towns. It's often referred to as the "Cape Cod of the Midwest".
We also had a chance to attend a live Comedy Play called "Guys and Does". It was a whimsical excursion into the world of Wisconsin deer-hunting, where Fritz and Duane travel Up Nort' to get away from it all, with a little male bonding.
|Miles of Hiking and Biking Trails throughout the park. It was fun until Linda's tire went flat...getting back was a little tough!|
|In the town of Sister Bay is Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant. What makes it unique is the grass rooftop with goats hanging out.|
|I had the Poutine - much better than the McDonalds Poutine I had in Canada. Linda enjoyed the Swedish Pancakes with Lingonberrys. She thought it tasted a lot like cranberries!|
|You can't take a trip to Door County without trying a traditional Fish Boil|
|Near the end of the boil process, they dump Kerosene on the fire. It causes a huge boilover|
|Then the fish are removed from the pot...and it's dinner time!|
|This is the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. It's located at Peninsula State Park|
|We loved our campsite...It was surrounded by trees|
|Sunset over Lake Michigan. Another Great Day!|