Photos: The Midwest's Secret Cape See why families have been flocking—and returning year after year—to Door County, Wisconsin! Budget Travel Thursday, Feb 28, 2013, 4:00 AM The shores of Eagle Harbor, an inlet of Green Bay, have been attracting stone skippers of all ages for, well, ages. (Anna Wolf) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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Photos: The Midwest's Secret Cape

See why families have been flocking—and returning year after year—to Door County, Wisconsin!

  • Eagle Harbor
  • Wilsons
  • goats grazing
  • Pioneer Lane
  • Wilsons hotdog
  • Yum Yum Tree ice cream
  • Cherry Central
  • Limestone Cliffs
  • pancakes
  • Eagle Tower

The shores of Eagle Harbor, an inlet of Green Bay, have been attracting stone skippers of all ages for, well, ages.

(Anna Wolf)

Wilson's has been making its own root beer since 1906.

(Anna Wolf)

Goats grazing atop Al Johnson's.

(Anna Wolf)

The eight-room Lodgings at Pioneer Lane.

(Anna Wolf)

Wilson's Chicago dog comes piled high.

(Anna Wolf)

Blue Moon and peanut butter ice cream cones at the Yum Yum Tree.

(Anna Wolf)

Route 42 passes through the heart of Cherry Central, where the annual harvest can top 10 million pounds.

(Anna Wolf)

Limestone Cliffs at Cave Point, on Lake Michigan.

(Anna Wolf)

Al Johnson's Swedish pancakes.

(Anna Wolf)

Eagle Tower in Peninsula State Park offers a great perch for bald eagle watching.

(Anna Wolf)
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