Spectacular Lake Vacations Across the U.S.

By Lauren Viera - 2013-06-14T16:43:17Z

Photograph courtesy of Door County Visitor Bureau

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Door County


This narrow, 70-mile-long peninsula is Wisconsin’s northeast finger, lined with picturesque lakeside towns and beaches wrapping around 300 miles of shoreline. Named for Death’s Door, the narrow passage between the tip of the peninsula where Lake Michigan and the Green Bay converge, it’s a vacation haven rife with small-town charm (ice cream stands, B&Bs, pontoon-boat docks) and around 23,000 acres of preserved land ideal for exploring.

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