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Ephraim is one of Wisconsin’s most walkable small towns “with big charm”

Two girls holding hands and walking at Eagle Harbor Inn in Door County, Wisconsin

Ephraim, our village on the Peninsula, was named by Travel Wisconsin as one of three “walkable small towns with big charm.” The walkability of Ephraim, especially if you stay at Eagle Harbor Inn on Ephraim’s historic main street, is second to none — Travel Wisconsin even went so far as to suggest that Ephraim is… Continue Reading Ephraim is one of Wisconsin’s most walkable small towns “with big charm”

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Corn Chowder Elegantly Transitions from Summer to Fall

Man and woman cooking Eagle Harbor Inn corn chowder in bright kitchen

The time following Labor Day is a transitional time. Hot, sunny days continue well into September, but the quiet satisfaction of cozying up in a sweater on a cool evening reminds us that it’s time for quieter pleasures. The transition from summer to fall is also one of our favorite times to cook because the… Continue Reading Corn Chowder Elegantly Transitions from Summer to Fall

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Waseda Farms Collaboration on October 24

Black Angus cows standing in a field on Waseda Farms, Door County, Wisconsin

Door County is widely known for being a recreational lakeside getaway for city dwellers, but it is still in the state of Wisconsin where agriculture contributes $88.3 billion annually to the state’s economy. Waseda Farms is an organic farm in Baileys Harbor that takes advantage of its location within a vacation hot spot to educate… Continue Reading Waseda Farms Collaboration on October 24

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Cherry season is on the horizon

Cherry Almond Coffeecake at Eagle Harbor Inn

According to the Door County Visitor Bureau’s Cherry Blossom Report, we are in the fourth of six stages of the hotly anticipated cherry season. During this stage, green cherries have formed but experts advise visitors wait a little longer until the cherries are ripe for picking and more importantly, eating. But what to make with… Continue Reading Cherry season is on the horizon

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Fortunes revealed at Fyr Bal celebration

Fyr Bal 2019 passed by in a blaze of glory. The winter witch was banished, and Ephraim residents and visitors welcomed the return of warm sunshine, Wilson’s ice cream, and kayaking off South Shore Pier. Eagle Harbor Inn’s contribution to the celebration, fortunes told by tarot card reader Gypsy Tribe, were a popular stop. There… Continue Reading Fortunes revealed at Fyr Bal celebration

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Neddersen Family Celebrates 25 Years of Welcoming Guests to Eagle Harbor Inn

Adult daughter, mother, adult daughter, and father

In 1994, Nedd and Natalie Neddersen were living in Kona, Hawaii and working in big resort hotels while raising their two young daughters. “Life on the Big Island was picturesque, but we know that we wanted to return to Wisconsin, where both Natalie and I grew up,” Nedd said. So, Nedd and Natalie traveled through… Continue Reading Neddersen Family Celebrates 25 Years of Welcoming Guests to Eagle Harbor Inn

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Banish the Winter Witch and Learn What Summer Has in Store

Door County is lucky to get enough snowfall each winter to be a popular destination for outdoor activities like cross country skiing and snowshoeing, but even the most dedicated winter sports enthusiasts begin anticipating longer days and warmer temperatures once school lets out. Ephraim, where Eagle Harbor Inn is located, has celebrated the arrival of… Continue Reading Banish the Winter Witch and Learn What Summer Has in Store

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How to spend six days in Door County

There is more to experience in Door County than a person can (or should) attempt to tackle in a week. Thankfully, we have 25 years of Northern Door favorites to share. We’ve outlined six days of activities we check off before summer passes us by. Can’t find what you like? We’re happy to provide recommendations… Continue Reading How to spend six days in Door County

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