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*NEW* Door County

Adult Activities and Classes / Special Interest & Trips -
Winter 2024

Enjoy a trip to Door County!

Monday, October 7 - Thursday, October 10

Double Room Occupancy: $1,075 per person
$200 initial deposit, plus payments of $218.75 due on April 19, May 19, June 19 and July 19

Single Room Occupancy: $1,360
$200 initial deposit, plus payment of $290 due on April 19, May 19, June 19 and July 19

*Rooms have 2 beds. If you need a handicap room, please let us know.

Price Includes: Deluxe motor coach transportation, lodging for 3 nights and meals (as indicated C-Coffee, B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner). Gratuities on included meals and attractions.

Registration deadline is June 21. A $200 deposit is due by June 21. No refunds after this date. A refund requested any time before June 21 will incur a $50 cancellation fee, per person.
Final payment due July 19.

Travel insurance is available through Travel Guard. 1-800-826-1300 or online at

DAY 1 - Monday: 7:30 a.m. Leave Circle Pines and have lunch at 2510 Restaurant in Wausau. Enter "The Door" and sense the transformation to a different lifestyle. Check into Best Western Maritime Inn in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin for three nights. There is an elevator, indoor pool, hot tub and fitness room. A group dinner is included. [C,L,D]

DAY 2 - Tuesday: Have breakfast at the hotel and meet your Door County tour guide. In Northport, WI, board the Washington Island Ferry. Take the five-mile ride across the once-treacherous waters of Death’s Door, where Green Bay and Lake Michigan meet. Once ashore on Washington Island, embark on a tour with sightseeing hosted by the 600 residents who call the island home. Visit some attractions and have lunch. Ferry back to Northport and visit the Lavender Shop in Ephraim. Have a relaxing dinner at an area restaurant. [B,L,D]

 DAY 3 - Wednesday: After breakfast, your guide will take you to the hand-carved Norwegian Bjorklunden Chapel. Have lunch at Al Johnson's Restaurant. This unique complex of buildings from Sweden invites exploration. The sod roof is kept well-trimmed by goats. This afternoon tour Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. It is perched on a bluff 76 feet above Green Bay’s glistening waters. Hear stories of the keepers who manned the light from 1868 to 1926. It is furnished with original and authentic period antiques. Tonight, a Fish Boil dinner is included, then spend the evening at Peninsula Players Theatre. It is America’s oldest professional resident summer theater. [B,L,D]

DAY 4 - Thursday: Have breakfast and tour the Door County Maritime Museum. It covers the history of boat and shipbuilding for over 150 years, and contains antique ship equipment, recovered sunken artifacts and other sailing items, logs and charts. Have lunch and return to Circle Pines by early evening. [B,L]


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