|Length||67.1 mi / 108 km|
|Time to Allow|
Door County Coastal Byway connects a multitude of unique natural and recreational attractions. For the Door County Peninsula in northeastern Wisconsin, a combination of geology, two major bodies of water, and geography create an ecosystem that is globally recognized for its diversity and its many rare and endangered species of plants and animals. These natural features provide travelers a wide array of active recreational options, from fishing and water-based activities to hiking and land-based activities. For those looking for a slower pace, the byway offers leisurely drives and parks with water views. The byway allows visitors to navigate and enjoy the more than 25 state and local nature preserves, plus the three state parks, ten county parks, and numerous local parks found along the byway. The charming coastal communities offer a wide array of visitor amenities along the byway.