This cottage is perfect for family and friends get-togethers, reunions, or just your large family. The house is well equipped and fully furnished; the cottage sits on a private 6 acres of wooded land for your entire family to enjoy....It comfortably sleeps 16 guests in beds with 6 full size, spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom has a king bed, 3 of the bedrooms have queens and 2 of the bedrooms have 3 twin beds in each. The cottage is air-conditioned, fully furnished, and a roomy 4100 square feet of living space. It is exactly what you come up north to enjoy - with huge windows, a gorgeous location. Off the back of the cottage is a huge 14x40 deck over looking the pool and a picture perfect view of the wooded land.
The kitchen is well equipped with most everything that you would need to make your vacation meals. There is also a gas grill for cooking your Gourmet hot dogs, hamburgers and Wisconsin bratwurst. This home has two living rooms, a huge kitchen, 4 bathrooms, a large deck and a large sunroom with fireplace. The cottage has DIRECTV, and high speed wireless internet. Walk to Lake Michigan, (50 yards), this property is directly across the road from Lake Michigan and 200ft of public shore line of shallow sand/rock shore line. Kayaking Cave Tours leave daily during summer months. So bring your kayaks and bikes
Just a little more information, the cottage is 15 minutes north of Sturgeon Bay, on the Lake Michigan side of Door County and is a few miles south of Jacksonport. Ask yourself, does your cottage rental include bed linens?? Ours does!! And is your cottage cleaned between each rental? Ours is!! No smoking is permitted in the house.
Summer rentals are Sunday to Sunday
The BEST BEACH in DOOR County! WHITEFISH DUNES STATE PARK 1 mile down the road. Enjoy strolling along Lake Michigan, watching waterfowl at Clark Lake, using the boardwalk to discover the wetlands or relaxing on one of the many trails throughout the forested sand dunes and beech forest. Trails are open year round and 8 miles are groomed for skiing in winter.
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-----About Door County-----
Door County Peninsula and Washington Island has over 300 miles of scenic shoreline dotted with bustling harbors and quiet coves, Door County offers a wealth of water-based recreation. Sandy beaches, sailing, cruising, boating, fishing, boat rentals, charters or a unique car ferry ride to Washington Island are just a few ways to enjoy the sparkling waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan.
Visit one or all of Door County's wineries during your visit to the Door Peninsula. The wineries offer a variety of award-winning locally produced wines along with tours and/or wine tasting facilities. Want to purchase a bottle or more of wine from Door County's local wineries? No problem - each of Door County's wineries offers on-site sales in addition to tasting opportunities. Enjoy!
With the bay of Green Bay on one side and Lake Michigan on the other, Door County's 300 miles of shoreline enclose not only the Midwest's choice vacation destination, but also the ideal golf vacation spots. Door County Wisconsin offers golf courses that will challenge you, whatever your skill level. And all surrounded by Door County's natural beauty and a carefree atmosphere that allows you to really relax after the spikes are cleaned and the score cards tallied.
Eleven golf courses call the Door County Peninsula home, and have from 9 to 36 holes each. Golf courses are located from south of Sturgeon Bay to Washington Island, and most places in between. All courses offer a range of greens fees to accommodate both the weekend golfer and the 3-handicapper, and some courses also offer lessons for those who would like to learn the game.
Biking/Cycling in Door County
Door County's 100 miles of backroad biking have everything from trails through our state parks to country roads through fields and orchards. Biking is a great way to discover the Door. Free maps are available through the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center. Mountain bikers particularly enjoy the 15-mile Ahnapee Trail that connects Algoma with Sturgeon Bay. Families and couples enjoy biking on the wooded off-road trails at Peninsula State Park (eight miles), Newport State Park (13 miles), Potawatomi State Park (four miles). Two popular bike rides in the county are the Ridges Sanctuary Ride in June and the Door County Century Ride in September. Bring your bikes!
Door County has a history of cherry growing that dates back to the 1800s. Soil and weather conditions - warm days and cool nights - influenced by Lake Michigan and Green Bay have created an ideal situation for growing these delicious fruits. Today with around 2,000 acres of cherry orchards and another 500 acres of apple orchards, Door County is filled with blossoms in the spring and is richly decorated with the delicious fruits in the late summer and fall.
Montmorency cherries are usually picked from mid July to early/mid August. Early varieties of apple orchards, such as Paulareds, are harvested as early as late August. Golden Delicious are harvested through mid October.
Cherry and apple stands can be found along many of Door County's country roads in season. Picking your own apples and cherries can be a fun and tasty part of your visit to Door County.
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