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Left: Marshall's Point pond; Middle: Door County water view: Right: Gift Box entrance and porch.

¶ July is the month to kick back and enjoy summer to the fullest extent. Begin by enjoying the lush green scenery contrasting with magnificent summer skies as you tour the back roads of Door County. Or spend a lazy afternoon with a beach blanket and a jug of lemonade along the water's edge. Or enjoy the view while sipping a glass of wine on your Lodgings balcony or porch. Or hike in the deep woods and hunt for brown frogs hiding in the rich leaf mulch. Whatever your idle time pleasure, Door County can provide it in spades. ¶ If your desire is more structured entertainment, the Peninsula Players have just begun a terrific new season. At Peninsula State Park, the Northern Sky Theater is staging musicals under the starry skies. ¶ If you desire intellectual stimulation, a Civil War show has opened at the Ephraim Historical Society. Who knew that Civil War history once transpired in our ever peaceful village. On Anderson Dock, the Hardy Gallery has opened a must see juried show of Wisconsin artists. This summer many local historical properties are open to guests. Check with us for more information. ¶ Finally, Trixie's, our new Church Street Market Village restaurant, is Door County's hottest new place to dine. Be sure to call in advance for a reservation. Or enjoy a fish boil at the Old Post Office—a short walk from the Lodgings. Reservations are needed here too. ¶ Whatever your summer vacation pleasure, come and visit us in Ephraim—we always enjoy hosting you.

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Left Bill's Room Bedding; Middle: Helen's Room Bedding; Right: Leaf Room Bedding.

Enjoy the seasons at the Lodgings. The Lodgings at Pioneer Lane is nestled in the heart of Ephraim—Door County's most picturesque vacation destination—the perfect setting for a romantic getaway anytime of the year. Rooms and Rates

lodgingsatpioneerlane@gmail.com 800.588.3565 or 920.854.7656
9998 Pioneer Lane, Ephraim WI 54211

 

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