Door County

Enjoy a Relaxing Exploration of the “Cape Cod of the Midwest”

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6 days | 5 nights

Door County is one of the top ten vacation destinations in North America according to Money Magazine. Explore lush beauty and rich history in the “Cape Cod of the Midwest,” including a tour through Peninsula State Park, the crown jewel of Wisconsin state parks, and Whitefish Dunes to see the sand dunes and limestone sea caves nestled along the coastline. Spend time in Fish Creek, the country’s most walkable village, enjoy a guided tour plus wine tasting at Von Stiehl, and experience an authentic Door County fish boil at sunset.

  • Explore the Wisconsin Maritime Museum and guided tour of USS Cobia
  • Discover Door County, one of the top ten vacation destinations in North America
  • 3 nights at waterfront Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay
  • Have fun on the Door County “Fish Creek Boat Tour”
  • Visit Peninsula State Park, the crown jewel of Wisconsin state parks
  • Tour Bjorklunden’s Boynton Chapel
  • Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the famous Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers
  • Tour the SC Johnson Company HQ, including the 1939 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Administration Building


Located on Lake Michigan, the charming community of Port Washington has been described as having “a New England fishing village charm.” D


Ascend the Port Washington Lighthouse (optional) and continue to Manitowoc to explore the Wisconsin Maritime Museum including a docent-guided tour of USS Cobia, the nation’s most completely restored WWII submarine. This afternoon, sample Award-winning wines at picturesque von Stiehl Winery, Wisconsin’s oldest winery, overlooking the Algoma Harbor. Enjoy free time in the lovely lakeside community of Sturgeon Bay and the hospitality and amenities of the waterfront Stone Harbor Resort, home for the next three nights. B, D


Take a scenic drive through Peninsula State Park, the crown jewel of Wisconsin state parks, including a guided tour of one of the five historical Peninsula lighthouses. Travel to the vibrant town of Fish Creek, the “country’s most walkable village” with amazing galleries, gift shops and casual outdoor eateries. Enjoy time to explore and eat lunch on your own; try one of their farm-to-table menus! This afternoon captures the spirit of Door Country on a “Fish Creek Boat Tour” that combines scenery, wildlife, and human history. View the beautiful homes along “Millionaire’s (Cottage) Row,” then from Chambers Island “thread the needle” between Adventure and Strawberry Islands. Learn about the unique history of Sven’s Bluff, the 1900’s girls Camp Menagha and Door County’s early European settlers. Complete the day with an authentic Door County fish boil where we’ll watch the sunset and be entertained by the famous “boil over.” B, D


Discover the Lake Michigan side of the peninsula with sandy beaches and rocky shoreline cliffs. Tour Bjorklunden’s Boynton Chapel and enjoy a leisurely walk along the shore in Whitefish Dunes State Park and learn about the limestone sea caves that are nestled along the shore. In Sister Bay, lunch at the famous Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant where you will find goats grazing on the sod roof! This evening is yours to relax at the Stone Harbor Resort, take a stroll along the lake or into Sturgeon Bay. B, L


Say farewell to Door County and stop for a behind the scenes tour of the famous Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers. In Racine, tour the SC Johnson Company HQ, including the 1939 Frank Lloyd Wright designed Administration Building, which has been recognized as one of the top 25 buildings of the 20th century. Continue for overnight in Kenosha, WI. B, D


Of course no visit to Wisconsin is complete without cheese! So before departing Wisconsin, visit a local cheese house for delicious samples and an opportunity to purchase favorites. Then it’s homeward bound – refreshed and rejuvenated from our Midwest Cape Cod experience. B


Night 1: Hampton Inn, Grafton, WI
Nights 2-4: Stone Harbor Resort, Sturgeon Bay, WI
Night 5: Hampton Inn, Kenosha, WI


  • Departure: September 01, 2024
  • Return: September 06, 2024


  • Departure: September 08, 2023
  • Return: September 13, 2024


  • Double: $1599
  • Triple/Quad: $1429
  • Single: $1999

*Price per person

Average Temperatures:

Port Washington: 70° / 53°

Sturgeon Bay: 68° / 54°

Racine: 71° / 56°


Orange luggage tags are provided and are to be placed on your “checked luggage” (large bag). You do not need a tag for your carry-on bag, for which you will be responsible for taking on and off the coach. There is limited space in the cabin of the coach, so unless you require your carry-on bag while traveling, we will stow it in the luggage compartment.

Important Information:

New reservations will require a $250 per person deposit unless otherwise noted. As always, your deposit is still fully refundable for any reason until final payment. We are happy to accept cash, check (preferred) or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover) for your deposit.

Throughout 2021 we limited capacity on all our tours. This policy was so overwhelmingly popular by Sunrise travelers, we have made it permanent. In 2022 and beyond, we will limit the capacity on our motorcoaches to 80%. Most Sunrise Tours travel on 50-seat coaches with extra legroom, which means guests will enjoy extra legroom AND at least 6-8 empty seats. In the rare cases when we charter a 55-seat coach, there will be at least 10 open seats on the bus.

Our popular on-board refreshment service on travel days will feature a variety of soda, beer, wine spritzers, juices and sparkling water choices served in recyclable aluminum cans. This is a safe and eco-conscious way for us to deliver the ever-popular Sunrise Tours “happy hour” on tour. We do not typically serve bottled water and ask that while on tour you be responsible for your own hydration and consider the Sunrise Tours drink service a welcome refreshment.

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