Door County’s gorgeous setting is accentuated by the natural ebb and flow of changing weather and our beautiful landscape shines year-round. The local appreciation of natural aesthetics harbors many old Maple, Birch and other deciduous trees scattered amongst the Cedar and other coniferous trees throughout the Door Peninsula. No matter what the season, you can always find just what you are seeking; whether it is some quiet and relaxation, fresh cherries, apples and other local produce, the perfect piece of or place to create art, festivals, or anything in-between. Nestled between two bodies of water (Green Bay and Lake Michigan) with five state parks (Rock Island, Newport, Peninsula, Whitefish Dunes and Potawatomi), 18 county parks and various natural preservation areas, the Door Peninsula and its unique businesses are sure to treat all your senses.