About Door County High Points from the GM

Some of you already know me, but for those of you who don’t, my name is Melissa LeBelle. Very formal sounding isn’t it. Well most of you know I go by Missy. Very laid back, informal, just like Door County.  A good fit wouldn’t you say?!  I used to be at the front desk but was promoted to General Manager in Feb. 2008 so almost a year now. I am so excited to start this new adventure for High Point-blogging. Normally I am pretty computer illiterate but I have been assured by the experts behind the scenes helping me that I will be very computer literate soon.

If you have any suggestions for topics please let me know. I would be happy to hear from you and have you share your thoughts on how I am doing. You can contact me by phone at 920-854-9773 or email me.

Winter in Door County is Magical

Animal tracks in a snow covered Door County field.

Animal tracks in a snow covered Door County field.

Winter in Door County means quiet. It’s a quieter season with less visitors. It’s a quieter time outdoors, you can hear the trees groaning in the wind when you stand still on a hiking trail. With quiet comes time to relax and reconnect. I always encourage out of town visitors who come every summer to get back up to Door County at least once in winter. And if you come once you will be back – I guarantee it!

Check out the winter getaway (including a Valentine’s Day Special) specials at our web site.