Blue Harbor Lodge (DC2) Door County, WI.

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Description from the owner

  • House
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 8

Type: House

Blue Harbor Lodge (DC2) Door County, WI.

The beauty and seclusion of this unique Door County Home. Built in 2012 on over 5 acres. Situated in a cedar and birch forest, Blue Harbor Lodge was built to provide memorable, relaxing vacations in Door County.

Door County Parks are all around the property, connecting you to miles of hiking and biking trails. The location is ideal for snowmobiling, horseback riding, boating, biking and hiking. With Sand Bay Beach close-by with 800 feet of sandy lake michigan beach, there may be no better place to swim in Door. Close to Shows, Restaurants and all the activities and fun Door has to offer.

The 4 bedrooms and 4 baths make the property a rare find ...Read more

About the owner

Randall L.

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  • Overall rating
    4.9 / 5.0 based on 12 reviews


Blue Harbor Lodge (DC2) Door County, WI.
Sister Bay, Wisconsin

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Welcome to Door County, a vacation destination truly "like nowhere else." With more than 300 miles of spectacular shoreline and five majestic state parks, Door County is a four-season, outdoor recreation and pleasure lover's dream come true. If you enjoy history, discovery and fun, Door County is home to 11 lighthouses, unique communities, performing arts, entertainment, music, boutiques, galleries and mouth-watering cuisine — from gourmet to casual, formal to waterfront easy. Your stay will always be wonderful (and too short!). Door County truly is like nowhere else.

One thing that never gets old in Door County are the festivals. There are holiday festivals, food festivals, blossom festivals, welcoming of the season festivals, end of the season festivals – you name it – there’s a festival.

January first, noon sharp, starts the first major Door County event of the year – the Jacksonport Polar Bear plunge. It all started when a couple of brothers decided the weather was just a little too warm and they needed to do some cooling off. Now, 25 years later nearly 1000 people turn out to jump in the frigid waters of Lake Michigan.

You’d think a dive into icy waters would be enough chill to keep you indoors for the rest of the season, but then in February the Fish Creek Winter Festival takes the lead. Hundreds of people come out of the wood work to compete in ridiculous games like minnow races, toilet seat toss and ice volleyball.

Throughout the spring there are blossom festivals with Scottie Dog parades, music festivals with classical chamber music and, believe it or not, there is even a side pork festival the first week of June which, ironically enough, involves a 5k run. Summer kicks off with the Steel Bridge Festival highlighting over 100 bands and soloists on 10 stages. If that doesn’t appeal to you wait a week and there is a lighthouse festival, paddle festival and the welcoming of the summer solstice festival in Ephraim – Fyr Bal. My favorite time of year in Door County has got to be the Fourth of July. All the communities come together and the celebrations stretch from the bottom of the Peninsula all the way up to Washington Island. It doesn’t matter if it’s a weekday or weekend you are sure to get your fill of music, parades, fireworks and arts and crafts.

Next : The Folk Festival, Plein Air Festival, Scandinavian Festival, Classic & Wooden boat show festival, Cherry Festival, Door County Festival of the Arts, West Fest, Tug Fest, Marina Fest, Corn Fest, Harvest Fest, Autumn Fest, Pumpkin Patch Festival, Fall Fun Fest and finally to cap off the season Fall Fest in Sister Bay. This isn’t even all of them!

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Lake nearby, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways

Getting There

Car is not necessary



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