Door County Lodging in Fish Creek Wisconsin – Door County’s One Stop, Stay, Shop & Play!
July 4th Weekend LAST MINUTE AVAILABILITY!!
King Suite – 2 Night Package =$699 3 Night Package =$829
Guest House – 2 Night Package= $799 3 Night Package= $949
Call NOW: 920-868-3525 or 800-569-0059
We’re conveniently located – right across the street from quaint shops, sumptuous dining, a lounge, cultural and art galleries, the Peninsula Art School, and Door Community Auditorium featuring the Fish Creek-Door County Annual Anitique Show and home to the 63rd Annual Peninsula Music Festival.
Just a stone’s throw away is the gorgeous Peninsula State Park – Enjoy hiking, biking, golfing, sunsets, scenic vistas,historic lighthouse, the Northern Sky Theatre, historic lighthouse, beautiful beaches, , Scenic BoatTours of Fish Creek, and the Skyway Drive-In Theater!
We feature a warm, wonderful indoor pool, whirlpool, sun deck, FREE WIFI, as well as FREE local calls. All of our packages include discounts at several Fish Creek and Door County restaurants and shops.
Just a few minutes away are fine wineries, Door County Trolley Tours, and the nationally renowned Peninsula Players “Theatre in a Garden”, the oldest in-resident theatre in America, now celebrating 70 years!
We’re glad to help you find some of the most scenic views, the best food, the best shopping, and the the best places and lighthouses in Door Country for you to enjoy.
Come find out why everybody calls AppleCreek Resort – Hotel & Suites “Door County’s One-Stop Stay, Shop & Play!” vacation getaway resort location!
As seen in USA Today – “Its dunes, historic lighthouses, and 300 miles of shoreline have earned this peninsula the nick name ‘Cape Cod of the Midwest’, but Door County is also a great destination for retail therapy. Hundreds of shops and galleries showcase the work of local clothing designers, craftsmen, antique collectors, painters, and other artists; in Fish Creek ‘the Oilerie’s expansive tasting bar lets you sample freshly pressed olive oils in a variety of flavors’”
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