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Summer in Door County

Experience Sun & Fun During a Door County Summer

Door County summers are second-to-none. The sun is bright, the sand is warm, and the water calls you to the shore. The lake breeze offers a relaxing break from the heat, and the villages come to life with al fresco dining, flower and cherry blossoms, and live music. Soak up the sun, jump in the lake, explore dozens of beautiful parks, and experience a shopping adventure.

Summer High / Low Temperature Report

June 74° / 51°
July 80° / 58°
August 77° / 57°

Summer Sunrise / Sunset Report

June 5:07 a.m. / 8:28 p.m.
July 5:07 a.m. / 8:17 p.m.
August 5:35 a.m. / 7:28 p.m.

3 Ways to Stay Active During a Door County Summer

Summer is Door County’s peak season, and that means there’s no shortage of ways to get outside and stay active. From woods and water to fairways and byways, the area boasts all kinds of environments and terrains. Here are three ways to get up that heart rate while enjoying spectacular views:

  • Run, Bike, or Hike. As the rainy and muddy conditions of spring start to clear away, Door County’s trails and parks open up to bikers, runners, and hikers. Summers also bring around many organized races and rides that can be done competitively or just for fun.

  • Golf Your Heart Out. Are nine golf courses enough for you? Try an entry-level short course, a picturesque 18 holes in a state park, or hit the links along the bluffs of Egg Harbor at one of the best golf courses in Wisconsin.

  • Take to the Water. Warmer weather means more temperate lakes and waterways, so grab your gear and get out onto the water for some kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, parasailing, tubing, boating and sailing, jet skiing, or fishing. Explore the areas beautiful marinas and boat launches to plan the perfect boat day with friends and family. 

Find Family Fun

Door County offers a wide range of activities perfect for families. Check out a nature program at a nature preserve, take in a movie or concert in the park, or hit up a weekend festival where kids' activities are always part of the equation. Check out these additional ideas for things to do during a Door County summer with your family:

Locally Sourced Eats

There's no better time than summer to take a tasting tour of Door County, when the area's top restaurants and eateries are all open for business and many favorite food groups—fish, meat, vegetables, jams, cherries, stone fruit, and even beer—are fresher than any other time of year.

Don't know where to go to get a feel for the local food scene? Check out these resources to find specific dishes or restaurants to seek out: