We are located on the center most lot in Door County. We do not have direct water access, but Lake Michigan and the Bay of Green Bay are each 5 miles to the east and west.
The only rule we really have is this:
Our dogs live here. They are unleashed, inside a 3 acre, underground fence. They are older boys, and not as active as they once were. They are very well behaved. The only thing we ask is that if your dog is young and energetic, that you keep them leashed and under control if our boys are outside. We can put them inside to allow your dogs unleashed times also. If you have a cat that travels with you, please keep them indoors for their own safety, as our dogs may think they are a squirrel. 🤪
We live on a private, gravel road. My husband keeps tree limbs trimmed to avoid roof damage. There are turns, but we have friends with huge 40ft 5vers who stay here, on occasion. We have a large, circular, turn around area of grass covered gravel, in our yard.
Tow vehicles can be parked near R.V.
Lee is retired and home all week, but we do camp ourselves some weekends. Please plan to arrive Thursday night or Friday morning so he can help you to park. You are welcome to stay while we are away.
Columbus Day weekend, (Pumpkin Patch), in October, we host a rally for our Lance Camper club, and the following weekend, (Fall Fest), is a gathering of friends, with their campers, so space may be limited, but we will do our best to get you in, if we can.
Door County is nicknamed the “Cape Cod of the Midwest”. Our community is known for it’s quaint tourism, including wineries, light houses, cherry and apple orchards, and tons of outdoor activities.