From Stage to Scenery, Fish Creek Entertains

by | Apr 16, 2014 | From The Homestead

Located in the heart of Door County, Wisconsin, Fish Creek boasts over 300 miles of scenic shoreline, five state parks, and hundreds of art studios. Fish Creek was settled by loggers and fishermen in 1853 and is now a bustling shoreline community that offers you the best in shopping, dining and entertainment.

Before starting your day of golf, biking or hiking in the State Park, stop and enjoy a cup of coffee in our lobby. We are one block away from the Door Community Auditorium which throughout the year features big name entertainers and is the home of the Peninsula Music Festival.

Fish Creek is also close to other cultural attractions like Birch Creek Music Performance Center, the American Folklore Theater in Peninsula State Park and the Peninsula Players Theatre, the oldest professional resident summer theater in the U.S.

For the outdoor enthusiast, we have many activities available—from world-class golf to miles of hiking and biking trails. Located at the Peninsula State Park entrance, we offer the very best in biking, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The park offers a complete trail system for everyone. Excellent fishing, beautiful sunsets, scenic bluff panoramas and 10 miles of rocky shoreline on Green Bay are all available right from our door.

With its picturesque harbor and waterfront, relaxing atmosphere, and cultural attractions, it’s easy to see why Fish Creek is well-liked.