- TripBuzz found 53 things to do with kids in or near Washington Island, Wisconsin, including 42 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fish Creek, Sister Bay, Baileys Harbor and Ephraim.
- From Schoolhouse Beach to School House Beach, the Washington Island area offers 39 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Beaches, Parks and Theaters.
- Washington Island, WI is located 7 miles off the tip of the Door Peninsula. The island hosts many fun and lively events, including a St. Patrick's Day Parade, an Annual Island Party, an airplane show and fish boil, and a Memorial Day celebration. Surrounded by water on all sides, the island is a great place for boating and fishing.
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.
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.
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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.
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8181 U.S. 2, Rapid River, MI 49878 MoreLess Info
Peninsula Point Lighthouse is a remote and scenic historical attraction that overlooks Lake Michigan. Visitors can climb to the top of the 40 foot tower for a panoramic view of the surrounding area.
The Stephenson Island Logging Museum is located along the Menominee River and provides its patrons a view into the lives of the area's pioneer families. The museum features exhibits with information on the history of the area's Indian culture, lumbering and logging industries, and old trading posts.
The Farm is a working farm designed to also cater to visitors of all ages. Open daily throughout the summer, it offers young guests a petting zoo, along with picnic areas, hiking trails, and educational tours describing farm life.
The Mariner was built in 1973 by a local family & today is still owned & operated by a local Marinette family. Our concession stand offers over 20 different products at modest prices. You can rent one cinema screen for birthday party, bar mitzvah, weddings, PC, business meeting, family reunion, Christmas party,…