Touring Fish Creek Wisconsin
Beautiful Downtown Fish Creek
Discover Fish Creek
Beautiful Fish Creek, located on DoorCounty’s Peninsula is one of the most picturesque places to visit in Wisconsin. Fish Creek is a small unincorporated community that brings in thousands of visitors to view its historical buildings, shops and scenery. Located off the shore of Green Bay and Lake Michigan, this scenic village has been rated as number one small town getaway destination in Midwest Living.
Established in 1857, Fish Creek’s heritage began with lumberjacks, farmers, and fishermen. The history has been preserved in its downtown buildings and hometown atmosphere. Walking tours, the trolley and horse-drawn carriages are available to view the history of this quaint village. Take a tour of nearby cherry and apple orchards where DoorCounty is well known for their apple and cherry pies, and DoorCounty wine.
Off the harbor, visitors can go boating, fishing and swimming. Or just relax at the public beach.
Enjoy the evening with a double feature at the The Skyway Drive-in Theater.
Fish Creek Harbor
GMA Votes the White Gull Inn as the Winner
The White Gull Inn, of Fish Creek became the winner of the Good Morning America’s Best Breakfast in America Challenge on May 16, 2010. Correspondent Marysol Castro was at the White Gull May 4, tasting their signature breakfast dish White Gull Inn's Cherry-Stuffed French Toast.
Established in 1896, located near Peninsula State Park, the White Gull Inn is well known for their traditional fish boils and candlelight dinners. Enjoy a romantic getaway at one of the vintage decorated suites or cottages. Many have fireplaces and whirlpools. Share the romance of a private horse-drawn carriage ride and complimentary sparkling wine.
Marina Skyline Peninsula State Park
Peninsula State Park
In 2009, PeninsulaState Park celebrated 100 years. With 468 campsites, three group camps, a summer theater, an 18-hole golf course, sand beach, bike trails, a lighthouse and eight miles of DoorCounty shoreline, it is considered Wisconsin's most complete park.
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