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Best Camping in Door County, Wisconsin

Informally called “the Door” or “Cape Cod of the Midwest”, Door County is essentially a long peninsula and clutch of small islands tucked between Green Bay and Lake Michigan. In summer, the local population reaches ten times the number of year-round residents, with happy, suntanned wanderers poking around charming towns like Fish Creek, joining in a weekly fish boil, or picking up some world-class smoked salmon at Charlie’s Smokehouse in Ellison Bay. If you’re there in July, you’ll be right on time for cherry season – Door County’s are considered some of the tastiest in the world.

Come fall, the 66-mile Door County Coastal Byway explodes in an array of fall hues. At Whitefish Dunes State Park, you can climb up Old Baldy, Wisconsin's tallest sand dune, for panoramic views of Clark Lake and Lake Michigan. The area is also home to 11 historic lighthouses, including Rock Island's Pottawatomie Lighthouse, which dates back to 1836.

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