One of the aesthetic features of the main floor living room is are wood burning stove. Used 3 seasons to heat the Lodge, it is not only great looking but highly functional. Some of our other features include a full walk around deck, a finished basement and sleeping quarters...Read More
These are some pictures of the incredible solitude one can experience in May on the Island. On a windless day and the Green Bay water incredibly stable for several months, the water around the Island is crystal clear. Its not uncommon to see 20 – 4o feet down. On this...Read More
Dawn on the Island is always loaded with such possibility. A new day ahead, it always feels like there is so much to do. More often than not, you’ll find me fishing some where. In the summers, its typically on my boat salmon fishing on the East or West Side. In...Read More
In 1994, the Lodge was built into the side 60 foot tall ridge that runs North-South on the property. At the center of the Island and one of the Island’s most elevated points, the Lodge offers exceptional views with this dramatic change in elevation. Except for a very...Read More
Some say the mixture of confirous and decidous trees combined with the limestone outcroppings littered throughout the Island reminds them of New England. All across Door County there are stands of fantastic white birch trees. In my opinion, these trees simply dance against...Read More
There’s nothing like the promise of a new day. What a better place to experience with the many exceptional views. We call it Highview for a reason. I can just smell the coffee brewing.Read More
....find out what living North of the tension line is about.
Offering everything from beach days at Schoolhouse to sailing, kayaking, arts and crafts, hay rides, to museums, the Island’s rich history and local fare is ready to explore year round.
Offering opportunities for trophy Northern Pike fishing in the spring, summer long Salmon fishing and trophy Walleye and Smallmouth bass in the fall. Here, a local fisherman landed a hefty brute on a fly rod.