- TripBuzz discovered 43 different types of activities for couples in the Ephraim area, including Art Gallery (like Water Street Gallery), Mini Golf (like Red Putter Mini Golf), Theaters (like American Folklore Theatre) and Boat Cruise (like Bella Sailing Cruises), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 109 date ideas in or near Ephraim, Wisconsin, including 94 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sturgeon Bay, Fish Creek, Sister Bay and Egg Harbor.
The Door County Trolley offers tours on a trolley and limousine rental. Available tours include a lighthouse tour including Eagle Bluff, Canal Island, Range, and Canal Station Lighthouses, a scenic tour including the scenic bluffs, and a wine tour including the tasting of wines at four wineries.
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5896 Bochek Road, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 MoreLess Info
The Simon Creek Vineyard & Winery offers tours of their operation and complimentary tasting of their wines. During the warmer months, the winery often hosts musicians such as Mickey Grasso and Darrell Hase.
Kuntz Corral is a horse riding stable that offers trail rides throughout the year, including arena rides, wooded walk and trot rides, and wine tour rides. A variety of horses are available for riding depending on riding level including Paso Finos, Tennessee Walkers, Arabians and Quarter Horses.
At the Door Peninsula Winery, visitors can tour the winery and taste some of the wines. Most weekends, special events occur at the winery including wine and chocolate tasting, murder mysteries, and winemaker dinners.
95% 88 votes
4497 Ploor Road, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 MoreLess Info
DC Adventure Center- Day Tours is a tour company that offers youth camps, recreational tours, retreats, and adventure tours. Recreational tours that are offered include zip lining, kayaking, rock climbing, and biking.
Established in 1899, Nelsen's Hall is a restaurant and bar, and is recognized as being the largest purveyor of Angostura Bitters in the world. During prohibition, the hall received a pharmacy license so it is also the oldest legally continuously operated tavern in the state of Wisconsin.