Enjoy a cool dip in Sturgeon Bay at one our two beaches – Sunset Park & Otumba Park.
A 9-hole frisbee golf course is available at Sunset Park. Bring your frisbee and play a round of frisbee golf.
The City of Sturgeon Bay maintains an ice rink as weather permits, located on the parking lot of the Memorial Field Warming House during the winter season. Watch the newspapers or listen for radio announcements for the schedule. Updates can also be found on the City of Sturgeon Bay Facebook page.
The portion of the Ahanapee State Trail that lies in City limits starts at the corner of Madison Avenue and Lansing Avenue and extends southerly to Wilson Road.
The 2.5 mile marked Ice Age National Scenic Trail begins on the west side of the City at the corner of Madison Avenue and Lansing Avenue and ends at Potawatomi State Park.
Every Saturday morning from the first Saturday in June through mid October there is a Farmers Market between Michigan Street and Nebraska Street. All items are handmade or homegrown and items for sale vary with the seasons. Hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. For additional information please contact Destination Sturgeon Bay.
Visit the Library with its diversion of leisure activities – books, periodicals, videos, the Lawrie History Room, and Learning Resources Center (Toy Library). The Miller Art Museum, located in the Library features changing exhibitions on the main floor with a portion of the permanent collection, focusing on twentieth century Wisconsin artists, on display in the mezzanine. For more information, visit the Door County Library and Miller Art Museum websites.
The Park & Recreation Department is looking for individuals or organizations willing to “Adopt-A-Park” which would include: Planting of flowers, adding mulch to plantings, painting of buildings, painting of playground equipment, making new planting areas, weeding of flower beds, general park maintenance and painting park entrance signs. Contact the Park & Recreation Department, 920-746-2912 to become a part of this program.
- Sturgeon Bay Adopt-A-Park Information
- Sturgeon Bay Adopt-A-Park Hold Harmless Agreement
- Sturgeon Bay Adopt-A-Park Walkthrough
- Sturgeon Bay Adopt-A-Park Application
Door County Museum is open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 1st through October 31st. Revisit early Door County through a series of exhibits depicting homes, shops, and offices. Visit the Pioneer Fire Department or one of the many other displays including Indian artifacts, rock, cherry industry, and the military. Stop to enjoy the picture nook and the slide display.
The John Miles Fair Park is approximately 60 acres located in the City of Sturgeon Bay. The Door County Fair is held here in August. There are also stock car racing events held on Saturday nights from May through mid-September.
Door County Soccer Association
There are four soccer fields (2 micro and 2 full size) located within the John Miles Fair Park near the Alabama Street entrance. The League plays (ages 6-18) May, June, and July weekday evenings and occasionally on Saturdays. The fields may be used by the public for games when not in use by the Association, with the exception of the two weeks during preparation and presentation of the Door County Fair. More information can be found at https://clubs.bluesombrero.com/default.aspx?portalid=928 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
U. S. Coast Guard Canal Station
Located at the intersection of Canal Road and Lake Forest Park Drive. Facilities include a lighthouse, breakwater at entrance to ship canal and off-street parking lot. Most of this property is open to the public for sightseeing and shore fishing.
U.S. Corps of Engineers – Ship Canal
Located on Canal Road with public access to the north side of the Sturgeon Bay – Lake Michigan Ship Canal. Several points are provided along the area to serve sightseers and shore fisherman.
Aging & Disability Resource Center of Door County
916 North 14th Avenue
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235