Fish Creek (Wisconsin)

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Fish Creek is a small town in Door County, Wisconsin.

Understand[edit]

Fish Creek is a small town with a harbor on Green Bay. It borders Peninsula State Park, a main attraction of Door County. The town feels much like a New England seaside resort or town

Get in[edit]

Most people enter the town by car

Get around[edit]

The town is compact and great for walking

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There are plenty of shops selling all sorts of arts & crafts, furniture, and knicknacks

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Numerous cafes sell food, many keeping with the town's seaside theme

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  • Little Sweden, 8984 Highway 42, Fish Creek, +1-920-868-9950, [1]. Villas at Little Sweden offer all the comforts of home in a spectacular natural setting. Here you’ll find your own personal sanctuary where you can get away from it all and enjoy the peace and tranquility surrounding you.Choose from one bedroom or two bedroom villas, all decorated in subtle wood tones and with vibrant Scandinavian–designed furniture. In each you’ll find large living and dining rooms, fully appointed kitchens, fireplace(s) and whirlpools.  edit
  • Parkwood Lodge, 3775 State Highway 42, Fish Creek, WI 54212, 9208682046, [2]. checkin: 3:00 p.m.; checkout: 11:00 a.m.. Located in Fish Creek, Wisconsin in the heart of Door County. Parkwood Lodge features fifty nine affordable rooms, kitchenettes, and suites with wood burning fireplaces. The resort has an indoor pool, whirlpool, game room, tennis court, playground, grills, picnic tables, a bonfire pit and free Wi-Fi. Located near Peninsula State Park on the north end of Fish Creek. Parkwood welcomes tours, groups and reunions. (45.131741,-87.16344) edit

Get out[edit]

  • Fish Creek is the main entrance for the neighboring Peninsula State Park, which can be seen across the harbor. It has plenty of attractions, including beaches, an observation tower, a golf course, an ampitheater, hiking trails, and many campgrounds



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