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Land Based Activities

If adventuring out onto Lake Michigan isn’t your cup of tea...

Have no fear, Baileys Harbor has many great land based activities for you to choose from.

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Lakeshore Adventures Zip Line

8113 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor

920.839.2055

Come see the NEWEST, BIGGEST, and LONGEST ZIP LINE in Door County! A 2000’ canopy tour nestled against the Ridges Sanctuary and a 600’ dual race zip!  YOUR ADVENTURE AWAITS! Open daily at 10am April–Oct.

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Maxwelton Braes Golf Course

7670 Hwy 57 Baileys Harbor

920.421.4653

18-hole, championship golf course located 1 mile south of Baileys Harbor on Highway 57. This 6,041-yard par 70 course features a variety of interesting green contours, green surrounds, green side bunkers, wide fairways, a few short Par 4’s & Par 5’s, along with some longer challenging holes to test all skill levels. Balls, gloves, tees, soft spikes etc, along with Riding Golf carts, Pull carts, Clubs rentals and Golf lessons with a PGA Golf Professional available at our pro shop.

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Peninsula Pacers

PO Box 694 Baileys Harbor

920.839.2121

The Peninsula Pacers create Door County’s best community-focused sports events, including the Door County Beer Festival, Peninsula Century Spring Classic, Hey Hey 5k and Door County Pond Hockey Tournament all right here in Baileys Harbor. The Pacers strive to involve all members of the community in their events to bring new ideas and visitors to experience the Door Peninsula. Pacers events, which also include the Door County Half Marathon and Fall Challenge bike ride, welcome more than 5,700 participants each year.

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The Ridges Sanctuary

8270 Hwy 57 P.O. Box 152 Baileys Harbor , WI 54202

920.839.2802

Come and explore all the Ridges has to offer! The Sanctuary is Wisconsin’s first land trust, and features exhibits on the cultural and natural history of The Ridges, a fully accessible boardwalk that spans a third of a mile, naturalist-guided hikes, historic range lights, educational programs, a nature store and more.

Meandering along our trails, you are walking atop ancient ridges built by Lake Michigan’s receding shoreline. Running parallel to the ridges are shallow wetlands called swales. This ridge-swale complex provides a wide range of environmental conditions, from open beach to densely shaded conifer forest. Nearly 500 different species of plants, including 28 species of native orchids, populate these varied habitats which are also home to over 60 species of breeding birds and 12 threatened or endangered species, including the federally endangered Hine’s Emerald dragonfly. Springtime carpets the Sanctuary in wildflowers and rare plant species that flourish through summer. Fall brings fungi and warm colors including magnificent tamaracks painting the swales in gold.

The Cook-Albert Fuller Center, Hidden Brook Boardwalk, and nature trails are open year- round. And don’t forget to check out our Logan Creek and Appel’s Bluff properties. Programs and hikes are listed on the website calendar.  

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Baileys Harbor Library

2392 Cty F Baileys Harbor, WI 54202

920.839.2210

Open Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat. Wi-Fi, Kendall Park on site.

SUMMER HOURS
May 31 - Sep 3
Monday   9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday   9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday   9:00 am - 2:00 pm
   
Closed Holidays: July 4, Sep 4

 

FALL/WINTER/SPRING HOURS
Sep 5, 2016 - May 29, 2017
Monday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wednesday   1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday    9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Closed Holidays: Nov 24  Dec 23, 24  Jan 2  May 29 

 

 

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