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The Weather in Fish Creek
Check out the climate diagram for Fish Creek. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 10° low. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is April.
Escape to an idyllic Fish Creek vacation home in wondrous Door County
If you want to get away from it all and hunker down in a wooden cabin, then you'll love Fish Creek. The vacation rentals available can range from simple to grand, depending on your requirements. If you'd rather, go old-fashioned and stay in a storied historic home that's close to the heart of town.
Fresh seafood & more in Fish Creek
Fish Creek's brimming over with excellent eateries. Wake up to a breakfast sandwich of fresh organic eggs and classic Wisconsin cheddar cheese at Blue Horse Beach Cafe. Their bottomless coffee will set you up for the day.
White Gull Inn effortlessly combines cooking and dining with theatrics at their crowd-pleasing fish boils. Spend an evening being entertained by their process of traditional whitefish preparation, which creates a meal so flavorful that it's a popular hangout for both locals and visitors.
Exploring Fish Creek's history
Fish Creek first emerged as a logging and fishing hub, and you can return to this time by stopping by popular local landmarks. The Alexander Noble House was built by town founder Alexander Noble in 1868, and its furnished rooms give a realistic glimpse into the town's history.
Eagle Bluff Lighthouse (and museum) in Peninsula State Park, also completed in 1868, continues to guide boats through the waters of Strawberry Channel, though it became automated in the 1920s.
Explore Door County and Green Bay
There's no smarter way to start discovering Green Bay than by boat. Let Fish Creek Scenic Boat Tours help you out; you'll get a comfortable ride along the handsome shoreline, as well as insightful commentary along the way.
While staying in Fish Creek, you may as well drop a line in the water and try to hook a monster! Take a leisurely stroll out on the municipal dock or find a quiet cove in neighboring Peninsula State Park. You will need to fill out a permit in advance.
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