The late fall season is calling you to Door County!

Cave Point County Park is a great place to find evidence of the Niagara Escarpment

There are so many reasons to come to Door County in the late fall. Let’s start with the beautiful great outdoors. Check these 3 important facts:

1) Door County has 298 miles of shoreline.
2) Door County is home to part of the limestone, geographical amazing-ness of the Niagara Escarpment – visible on both shores of the peninsula.
3 Door County has amazing state and county parks for you to enjoy all year long.

And check out this historic fact from on the origin of one of our favorite hangouts, Peninsula State Park:

A Civilian Conservation Corps camp was established at Peninsula State Park during the Great Depression. In the summer of 1945, Fish Creek was the site of a German POW camp, under an affiliation with a base camp at Fort Sheridan, Illinois.[4] The prisoners engaged in construction projects, cut wood, and picked cherries in Peninsula State Park and the surrounding area.

The bottom line is that Door County has lots of nature to share with our visitors. And what better place to discover our late fall beauty that from a spacious luxury suite at the High Point Inn in Ephraim. Check out our specials, choose your favorite and book your suite. The staff at the High Point Inn will help you create a Door County getaway that you will remember.

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