The great outdoors is calling in Fish Creek, known as the 'Natural Playground of Door County, Wisconsin'. With Peninsula State Park as a back yard, this is where you can explore the wilderness by foot, boat, bicycle or kayaking. At Fish Creek you can also shop, discover art galleries and unique restaurants in downtown, all in walking distance from the marina.
Wander past the boats and yachts at the marina and climb aboard for a boat tour around Door County. These fun water tours will take you past lighthouses, harbor towns and beautiful bluffs. You can also easily rent kayaks and paddle to amazing shipwrecks, caves and coves with a guide.
Soak up some history in the leafy and quaint Noble Square and at the Noble House Museum, then get down to explore the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Museum. Here, you can see how the Captain who served as the keeper from 1883 -1918 lived and worked. Downtown Fish Creek is also big on arts and music, boasting a number of galleries, plays, concerts, and workshops throughout the year.
In summer, the Fish Creek Public Beach is the place to be for sandy beaches and swimming. Inside the Peninsula State Park (famous for its tall rocky bluffs overlooking the bay) there are more beaches and trails to explore, as well as golf courses. In the winter, there are even places to rent a snowmobile, ski, sled and snowshoe.
Summer is best for exploring the outdoors in Fish Creek.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Fish Creek. The hottest month in Fish Creek is June, when temperatures peak at 89 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to -8 ˚F. The wettest month in Fish Creek is May with 4.82 inches of rain, while the driest month is January with 0.89 inches of rain.
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