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Little Sweden Resort in Door County Wisconsin Info?

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Just scored a 9 day reservation at Wyndham/Shell Little Sweden for the end of June. I've been watching so this must be a cancellation. It's our first trip there. Looks relaxing with cool Northern Wisconsin weather. Anyone been there? Thinking about riding my Harley there. Good idea? Feedback from anyone who has been there about the area, etc., is appreciated.
 

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Never been to Little Sweden but have been to Door County many times. There are a few wineries up there if you like wine. They are great places to relax and take the surroundings in. The Harley would be great to ride through the area. It will probably be busy up there so everything will take a little longer especially with restaurants.
 

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We just returned home from our fixed week at little Sweden. There is a recent post about door county where I mentioned many things I do in door county
 

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It's not cool in Wisconsin right now:cool: Mid to upper 90's. Too early to be this hot!!
 

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We are getting the cooler weather here in Colorado today.

I think Shell's cancellations just automatically go to Wyndham. I rarely see them and am pretty disappointed that I cannot book much within 60 days, though I do know people cancel a lot within 60 days. That is when penalties kick in.
 

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It's not cool in Wisconsin right now:cool: Mid to upper 90's. Too early to be this hot!!
Just checked. It is currently 71 degrees in Sturgeon Bay, WI., which is south of Little Sweden. Green Bay and Lake Michigan keep the peninsula cool. Great motorcycle weather.
 

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It was 90 all week in Green Bay, high of 80 at little Sweden, and when we went to the Lake Michigan lakeside, I would say 65 to 70
 

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It was 90 all week in Green Bay, high of 80 at little Sweden, and when we went to the Lake Michigan lakeside, I would say 65 to 70
Looking forward to our trip late August. I know the weather will be comfortable, and thank you for helping us with the information on that other thread. We are staying at The Rushes.
 

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Looking forward to our trip late August. I know the weather will be comfortable, and thank you for helping us with the information on that other thread. We are staying at The Rushes.
We stopped at the Rushes and hiked their trails. They have the nice lake, and water activities. I always stop at George Burr gallery outside Ephraim. He has a coupon for a free 8 by ten print in the Pulse. Only 5 more to have it matted. I have 8 of his prints, I had some framed by him, that is 20 with the free print. Nice memento
 

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It dropped from 94 to 72 during the hour I was getting a hair cut (in Wisconsin Dells)
 

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Wood orchard market for all things cherry, about a mile from LS. Pelletier or White Gull Inn for fish boils. Al Johnson’s for Swedish breakfast (and goats on the roof). Wilson’s for burgers/ice cream, macready bakery for sandwiches, Peninsula state park for biking, hiking, etc. millionaires row cruise from fish creek, or take the ferry to Washington island. The farm or plum loco for petting zoo, tons of wineries and distilleries, the trolley has a lot of offerings, too. There is usually live music or plays available on weekends. The ridges nature preserve is nice. Lighthouse tours and pottery / art studios, a lot of fun stuff to do. Now, for nice dinners: chives, Barringers, English Inn, Alexander’s. And for low key dinners: coyote roadhouse, Casey BBQ, shipwrecked, wild tomato, sister bay bowl, and a million other little spots. Tons of indie coffee shops. For shopping there is a cluster of shops in each town, I enjoy stopping at the lavender place in/near sister bay. That should get you started.
 

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Wood orchard market for all things cherry, about a mile from LS. Pelletier or White Gull Inn for fish boils. Al Johnson’s for Swedish breakfast (and goats on the roof). Wilson’s for burgers/ice cream, macready bakery for sandwiches, Peninsula state park for biking, hiking, etc. millionaires row cruise from fish creek, or take the ferry to Washington island. The farm or plum loco for petting zoo, tons of wineries and distilleries, the trolley has a lot of offerings, too. There is usually live music or plays available on weekends. The ridges nature preserve is nice. Lighthouse tours and pottery / art studios, a lot of fun stuff to do. Now, for nice dinners: chives, Barringers, English Inn, Alexander’s. And for low key dinners: coyote roadhouse, Casey BBQ, shipwrecked, wild tomato, sister bay bowl, and a million other little spots. Tons of indie coffee shops. For shopping there is a cluster of shops in each town, I enjoy stopping at the lavender place in/near sister bay. That should get you started.
This is a very good list and would take most people all the way through to a good visit.

We went to Pelletier for the fish boil. While they are cool to see, the dinner was just like it sounds, boiled fish. Bland, no flavor and we never did one again. Your mileage may vary.
 

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This is a very good list and would take most people all the way through to a good visit.

We went to Pelletier for the fish boil. While they are cool to see, the dinner was just like it sounds, boiled fish. Bland, no flavor and we never did one again. Your mileage may vary.
Agree
 
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