The Peninsula Century Fall Challenge’s host village, Sister Bay, became Door County’s hot spot in 2016 thanks to its beautiful waterfront park and the businesses that have sprouted around it.
What to do in Sister Bay
Support our sponsor restaurants, of course! Not just because they’re a sponsor however, but because these are some of the best restaurants around. Try the Malmo Mule at Stabbur beer garden, a sandwich featuring fresh-made goat cheese at Door County Creamery, locally sourced fare at Grasse’s Grill, a juicy burger at Husby’s, or an Old Fashioned at Sister Bay Bowl.
Need a coffee fix? You can’t beat the coffee, homemade pastries, or friendly vibe that Joel Kersebet provides at Base Camp Coffee Bar.
You’ll want to try the pizza at Wild Tomato Wood-fired Pizza (sausage and pesto is where it’s at!), and the finely curated craft beer selection at Bier Zot.
A Door County Vacation in Sister Bay
But it’s not all about eating and drinking in Sister Bay. Need another reason to visit?
Try this – 1,900 feet of continuous shoreline in the heart of the village just a few steps from hundreds of the finest Door County lodging units. That means you can experience everything that’s great about Door County without ever getting behind the wheel.
That waterfront includes a public beach and marina, volleyball courts, kayak and boat rentals, the new Sister Bay Music Pavillon, and waterfront dining.
Ride Sister Bay, stay in Sister Bay, play in Sister Bay. You won’t leave disappointed.