Sturgeon Bay Vacation Packages
It is common for visitors to use Sturgeon Bay as a jumping off point for other adventures. Northeast Wisconsin is home to numerous natural and cultural sights. Baileys Harbor, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest, and Fish Creek, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the south of Sturgeon Bay are good places to visit if you're keen on learning more about this region.
About 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the southwest of Sturgeon Bay is Green Bay, a regional center where you go see NEW Zoo, Neville Public Museum and Bay Park Square. If your itinerary allows be sure to check out Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Bay Beach Amusement Park and KI Convention Center before you head back to Sturgeon Bay.
Spend a day in the fresh air and sunshine and explore Northeast Wisconsin's many open-air markets and lighthouses.
The Sturgeon Bay region is a good place to visit to get into the great outdoors and enjoy winter activities. When temperatures drop, hop into your snow gear and spend the day snowboarding or skiing. If you are after an escape from sightseeing, why not try the local watersports? Boating and fishing are both available here.
The handiest major airport, Austin Straubel International Airport, is located in Green Bay, 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the southwest of Sturgeon Bay, a handy point to remember when booking your trip.
Accommodation in Sturgeon Bay
Sturgeon Bay has numerous hotels and other accommodation to suit both families and individuals. Via the Expedia hotels page visitors can select one out of 9 Sturgeon Bay lodging options.
Examples of the more premium places to stay in Sturgeon Bay are the Westwood Shores Waterfront Resort, 4303 Bay Shore Dr, and the Sawyer House Bed & Breakfast, 101 South Lansing Ave. The AmericInn Lodge & Suites Sturgeon Bay and the Best Western Maritime Inn are other listings that are worth considering.