Travel Updates in Door County
Travel Safely & Responsibly This Spring
Due to continued COVID-19 concerns, certain precautions need to be taken in the interest of public health and safety. Anyone that visits or lives in Door County should continue to wear a mask when out in public, needs to be vigilant about good hand hygiene, and maintain proper social distancing from others. These simple yet critical steps will allow us to continue welcoming visitors.
Door County is open and all visitors are welcome. Businesses continue taking extra precautions and adjusting their indoor capacity to provide a safe experience for customers and their employees, and we hope you are as excited to visit Door County safely and responsibly this year as we are to welcome you. View our welcome letter.
To ensure our tourism industry can continue serving visitors throughout the spring season and into summer, we ask all visitors to travel responsibly. Visitors should continue to wear masks, wash or sanitize hands frequently and properly social distance. Be patient and be kind. We all love Door County and by taking these precautions we can keep it a welcoming place for all.
While the state of Wisconsin's mask mandate ended on March 31, 2021, the County of Door issued an emergency advisory the next day asking everyone to continue taking precautions in Door County which include wearing a mask, practicing good hand hygiene and continuing to social distance.
A Message from Destination Door County
In Door County, welcoming visitors is what we know. It's who we are, what we do, and what we like to be. We are following guidance from state health authorities and working with Door County Public Health and local medical professionals to provide businesses with up-to-date operating guidelines and procedures. Our commitment to cleanliness and safety initiative was launched last year and offers Door County businesses recommended guidelines to provide both customers and their employees with a safer business atmosphere. Taking these important and necessary steps should allow visitors, our workforce and local residents to continue enjoying Door County now and into the future.
Support Local Businesses
Find out which restaurants have adjusted their services to offer takeout, curbside pick-up, dine-in seating and more. VIEW RESTAURANT GUIDE.
Consider takeout or curbside pick-up options for your dining needs to continue supporting restaurants while avoiding possible longer than expected wait-times for indoor seating. It may also be advantageous to order takeout during non-traditional dining hours.
Many local retailers are now offering online shopping for their customers' convenience and safety. SHOP ONLINE RETAILERS
Door County is open, so plan your next trip to Door County today! Make a lodging reservation, buy a gift certificate to use at a local business on your next trip, write an online review of your favorite Door County place, or share a special memory you've had in Door County on social media. We're also sharing photos on Facebook and Instagram of the beautiful landscapes and inspiring panoramic views that are waiting for you in Door County during every season of the year, and we encourage you to share your favorite Door County photos using #VirtualDoCo.
Recipes of Door County
Door County is known for its iconic tastes and flavors, but staying home doesn't prevent you from feasting on the peninsula's most beloved dishes. Explore Door County themed recipes and find culinary inspiration from the comfort of your own home.
Take an in-depth virtual tour of favorite attractions, from the Niagara Escarpment to the Stavkirke. Learn the history and significance of local landmarks and explore sights, sounds, video, and more.
Love Door County from Home
A lot of us may be sticking close to home, but finding creative ways to connect is Door County's essence. Join businesses from across the county for virtual experiences that range from arts to nature and everything in between.