Door County Half Marathon May 2 One of the Midwest’s most-acclaimed half marathons, the Door County Half Marathon and Nicolet Bay 5k take place in Peninsula State Park. Run along the shore, atop bluffs, and through the woods on a closed, road course. More than 2,700 runners make this one of the largest endurance events in Door County! Shipyard Tours May 2 This is a rare opportunity to see the inner workings of the area’s largest and best-known shipyards. Tour Bay Shipbuilding, Palmer Johnson Yachts Continue reading →
Venture to Door County for some Spring break action by taking a Spring Trolley Tour or wine tasting along Door County’s wine trail. Stop in and see the awesome staff and create some art at Hands On Art Studio or just take your own Lighthouse tour and enjoy all the beauty the back rounds of Door County have to offer. We offer some of the best rates of the year. See you soon!
Experience the beauty of the peninsula with a Door County winter package with the Door County Trolley and Mayberry’s Carriages. Call us at 800-707-6660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today to book your getaway! Winter Wonderland Trolley Package The heated trolley will pick you up at Door County Coffee & Tea in Carlsville, just 10 minutes south of the Bay Point Inn, at 9:30 am. The trolley will take you to an award-winning Door County winery to tour and taste, followed by a cozy sleigh ride through The Door’s wintery landscape. Top it off Continue reading →
The days may be short but when the sun is on the snow, there’s nothing else like winter in Door County! Cozy up at the Inn and enjoy all that this breathtaking season has to offer. Here are some ideas from Corrina’s 17 Great Door County winter experiences to check off your list this season! 1) Shake the winter blues by hiking, skiing, or sledding at a state or county park. 2) Welcome the New Year by plunging into Lake Michigan during the annual Jacksonport Polar Bear Swim. 3) Climb on-board the Continue reading →
For many guests at Bay Point Inn the stay includes a biking or running trip out to the Innkeeper’s one acre plot at his home about a mile east of Bay Point. Those who taste the home grown fruits and vegetables service up at Bay Point’s breakfast buffet or signature Sunset Suppers have to find out where it all comes from. Many purchase garden produce to prepare their own meals in the full kitchens in each villa or stock up to take produce home. Bay Continue reading →