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Welcome to the Quiet Side

Rowleys Bay Resort is situated on 100 secluded acres dominating a pristine and undeveloped bay with 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline, making it one of the most picturesque locations in Door County. Whether you prefer a traditional room, or spacious suite or cottage, you’ll find the atmosphere here to be casual, relaxed and friendly. Simply put, we offer Door County’s affordable waterfront vacation experience with an unmatched combination of activities and amenities.

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Lodging

Traditional rooms, suites, cottages or spacious vacation homes are available for your next stay.

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Lodging

Traditional rooms, suites, cottages or spacious vacation homes are available for your next stay.

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Grandma’s Swedish Bakery

Cinnamon rolls, coffee cake, cookies!

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Group Information

As the largest waterfront resort in Door County, we accommodate and cater to the needs of a wide range of groups.

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Group Information

As the largest waterfront resort in Door County, we accommodate and cater to the needs of a wide range of groups.

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What’s going on in northern Door County?

Hiking the Schoenbrunn Trail

The Schoenbrunn Trail is a little known access point to the Mink River Estuary. Accessed from County NP just a few miles from Rowleys Bay Resort, the trail is a short and easy walk to this delicate ecosystem. Many will only see the Mink River from the water side, since there are no roads that allow you to see it directly. This allows you to take a peek through the trees. The trailhead is just around the estuary from Rowleys Bay Resort: Learn more about the trail, managed by the Nature Conservancy, and make a plan to visit!.

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Cultural Grant Award Winners

In a year where many of us would normally be planning Christmas concerts and trips to see the Nutcracker, the loss of community art and theater events is starting to become particularly evident. ⁣ ⁣ The good news is, not all is lost! While we may have to skip a Christmas season of ballet and orchestras, art shows and craft markets, a special grant from the State of Wisconsin is helping our local arts stay alive. ⁣ ⁣ Sixteen organizations from Door County have been awarded the Covid-19 Cultural Organization Grant. ⁣ ⁣ These funds, which went to a variety [...]

November 16th, 2020|Categories: All|
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