Just moments from Rowleys Bay Resort you’ll find the best of what Door County has to offer. These aren’t your everyday tourist traps, they’re world famous landmarks and full of experiences you won’t find anywhere else.
Sand Bay Park
Right around the corner from Rowleys Bay Resort, through the trails, or a short drive around the block, is Sand Bay Park. Owned and maintained by the Township of Liberty Grove, this park has sandy beaches, a kayak launch, boardwalks, picnic tables, charcoal grills, and bathroom facilities. (Pets not allowed.)
Home to over thirty miles of hiking and biking trails, Newport State Park on the north side of Rowleys Bay was recently designated a Dark Sky Park: the only one in Wisconsin, right across our quiet bay! Open year-round 6 AM to 11 PM daily, this gives stargazers of all levels the opportunity to enjoy one of the best night sky views in all of the northern United States. Their naturalist hosts over 90 events each year, and you can see what’s coming up next on their online calendar.
MORE Northern Door County Parks
Click on one of the icons to see Google Map directions from the resort to the park. They’re all so close!
Hunting and Fishing
Call us home while you’re trolling for monster trout and stalking the thirty-point buck. In the summer you’ll have access to all our open amenities, and in the winter and spring we’ll give you a comfortable room and send you out early with fresh, complimentary coffee.
Birders can enjoy four-season bird watching on the Mink River Estuary and the resort’s never-frozen bay. An estimated 200 species of birds pass through the Northern Door County area annually, including bitterns, great blue herons, black-crowned night herons, sedge wrens, yellow rails, northern harriers, marsh hawks, blue-winged teal, loons, black ducks, red-breasted mergansers, swans, sandhill cranes, pelicans, woodpeckers, owls, and bald eagles.
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