Think Spring! That’s the expression that we hear frequently when March arrives in Door County. Like most people everywhere, we get tired of the snow, cold and slow pace of life and are anxious for the start of new, fresh activities to begin. Spring in Door County is a time of renewal. Local residents come out of hibernation, gardens and wildflowers come to life, and of course, cherry and apple trees blossom in spectacular fashion. Go on a hunt for morels on the forest floor, spot the signs of spring in the blossoms on the roadside, or look to the sky and listen for the songs of the variety of bird species returning to the county. As you take in the refreshing beauty of the new season, we’d be happy to host your stay for your spring adventures around the county. You might like to take advantage of our spring special called “Spring Enchantment”. You design the schedule for your getaway and we’ll help make the experience more enjoyable for you with a $30 gift certificate toward food/beverages at Husby’s Food & Spirits (just a short hike down the hill) and a $25 Door County gift certificate to use toward the purchase of a Door County treasure (indoor farm markets and flower and gifts shops will be bursting with new assortments of specialty items). We’ll even give you a 10% discount for the two nights stay as an extra bonus for your getaway. Make your reservation online at www.birchwoodlodge.com, or, give us a call at our toll free number, 866-854-7195. Treat your senses to the enchanting attractions of springtime in Door County.
Revive, Restore, Reinvigorate In Spring At Birchwood Lodge In Sister Bay, Door County
by Roman Collak | Mar 13, 2018 | Birchwood Lodge, Birchwood Lodge News, Birchwood Lodge Site Pages, Chickens that Love Watermelon, Door County Events, Door County News, Insider Tips from Door County Locals, Sister Bay News