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Bjorklunden & Boynton Chapel Photo

Bjorklunden & Boynton Chapel

7590 Boynton Lane Baileys Harbor, WI 54202

920.839.2216

Boynton Chapel is a small wooden chapel built in a late 12th-century Norwegian stave church (stavkirke) style. Handcrafted by Winifred and Donald Boynton between 1939 and 1947 on the grounds of their summer residence, the chapel is modeled after the Garmo stave church at Maihaugen in Lillehammer, Norway. A popular site for weddings and a favorite stop among Door County tourists, the chapel contains 41 hand-painted frescoes and numerous exceptionally fine carved-wood furnishings.

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Baileys Harbor Historical Society Photo

Baileys Harbor Historical Society

8061 Hwy 57 Baileys Harbor, WI 54202

920.839.2366

The BHHS hosts several great lectures throughout the summer as well as their historic display cases in the Town Hall lobby. Stop at the Baileys Harbor Visitor Center & Historical Society to take a step back into the rich history of Baileys Harbor.

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Peninsula Gun Club Photo

Peninsula Gun Club

3702 Juddville Rd Fish Creek, WI

920.868.3509

Open to the public, they offer archery/pistol indoor range, rifle/shotgun practice & league year round. The outdoor pistol & rifle range goes to 25, 50, 75 and 100 yards. Shooting is available starting at $10 for a daily pass. Daily passes are available at the Clubhouse when open, Harbor Hardware in Egg Harbor & Sister Bay Mobil/Sub Express. Clubhouse has snacks available and is a great rental space for private parties

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The Ridges Sanctuary & Baileys Harbor Range Lights Photo

The Ridges Sanctuary & Baileys Harbor Range Lights

8288 Cty Q Baileys Harbor, WI 54202

920.839.2802

Founded in 1937, The Ridges Sanctuary is Wisconsin’s first land trust, protecting the state’s most biologically diverse ecosystem. Its ridge-swale complex provides a variety of environmental conditions from open beach to densely shaded conifer forest, home to 500 species of plants, 60 species of birds and 12 threatened or endangered species like the Hine’s Emerald dragonfly. Each year, thousands hike trails where orchids thrive as they did when the paths were first cleared by founding members.

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