‘Door County Living’ Late-Summer Issue Out Now

A new edition of Door County Living is on newsstands now. 

The magazine that celebrates the culture and lifestyle of Door County looks into an evolution in the food culture. Lifestyle Editor Aleah Kidd takes a deep dive into the new food scene, highlighting the chefs, mixologists and entrepreneurs who are breathing new life into dining spaces across the peninsula. 

You’ll find an homage to two lighthouses that have scarcely changed during their 150 years of guiding ships to safety and another homage to Cottage Row, the esteemed home of some of Fish Creek’s most deeply rooted families.

Plus, Myles Dannhausen Jr. takes a look at the rebirth of the old Appleport School as an artist’s studio. Writer Celeste Benzschawel explores Sturgeon Bay by kayak to see a bustling, new tourism destination over one shoulder and the pristine preserves of the Door County Land Trust and Potawatomi State Park over the other. 

Jim Lundstrom tells the story of Jellystone Park and its roots in Southern Door. And if you’ve ever wondered about the man behind the Coony Fish image on the wall of the Bayside Tavern, Dannhausen brings his story to the page as well. Find all of this – plus the beautiful photography of Len Villano – throughout the 132 pages of Door County Living: your journey into the soul of the Door peninsula.