Door County Vacations At a Glance
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Temperatures in Door County are tempered by the waters of Lake Michigan which surround the narrow peninsula. In general, winters are milder and summers cooler and less humid than inland destinations. Warm summer days still mean sweaters or sweatshirts for evening strolls along the beach or around the campfire. The eastern shore along Lake Michigan is usually cooler than the western shore along the waters of Green Bay.
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Average Door County Weather
Spring/Summer Average high and low temperatures (Fahrenheit) in spring are:
March, 32-17; April, 49-33; May, 57-39.
Early spring calls for winter dress outdoors with snow on the ground still likely. May warms up quickly and turns into summer by Memorial Day weekend.
Average high and low temperatures (Fahrenheit) in summer months are:
June, 73-54; July, 82-63, August, 76-59.
Shorts and T-shirts are called for during the day, with cool weather making for comfortable sleeping at night.
Fall/Winter Average high and low temperatures (Fahrenheit) in fall months are:
September, 71-51; October, 56-39; November, 46-34.
Indian summer usually occurs in early to mid-September. Fall color watching usually is at its best in early to mid-October.
Average high and low temperatures (Fahrenheit) in winter months are
December, 39-22; January, 31-19; February, 33-19.
Door County often has a white Christmas. With exception of a sporadic cold snap, winters tend to be fairly mild by upper Midwest standards.
Austin Straubel International Airport
Green Bay, WI 54313-5596
Online Flight Schedule
For Reservations Call:
Allegiant Air - 800-432-3810
American Eagle - 800-433-7300
Delta Connection - 800-354-9822
Northwest/Northwest Airlink - 800-225-2525
Midwest Express - 800-452-2022
United Express - 800-241-6522
Sturgeon Bay, (920) 743-3636
Expect to pay in the $60 to $100 range for a moderate hotel room. Searching may find bargain rates beneath that.
Wisconsin Tourism - Door County Attractions, Activities and Day Trips
With over 300 miles of shoreline, five state parks and more than a dozen county parks and conservation areas, Door County offers endless variety in ways to enjoy the scenic outdoors. You've only just begun to fully explore the outdoors in Door County.
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