Many people dread winter. Yes, even people who live in Door County sometimes complain, like last weekend when we got a foot of heavy, wet snow that covered EVERYTHING! Evergreen trees bowed from the weight of the snow. The 40 mph night wind gusts created a whiteout of blowing, swirling snow. When morning dawned on Sunday, there was magical, white landscape. Though some people were hampered by power outages, or unplowed roads, to a person, they all said it was a wonderful winter spectacle. That’s the thing about winter up here, whether it’s a light dusting of snow, or a snowglobe-frenzy of white, it’s beautiful, and stays a little more pristine than other places. Get yourself up here for a first-hand look at Door County in winter white. When you stay at Birchwood Lodge in Sister Bay, you a short walk away from the bay shore park’s icy terrain. Take a drive through Peninsula State Park, or hike at the Ridges to view all the pick-up stick angles of the white covered trees and terrain. No matter your travels take you on the county coasts or inside byways, A Door County winter must be experienced at least once. Birchwood Lodge should be your choice for a peaceful, comfortable spot to take the chill off from your winter adventure as you snuggle up by the fireplace in your room. We’re close to the quiet, scenic places, as well as the active nightlife and restaurant/bar scene. Give us a call at866-854-7195 to reserve any of our expansive studio units, spacious one bedroom suites, or the two bedroom suite or Village Homes. The Farmhouse is great for a gaggle of winter adventurers, too! You can also reserve any of our units on-line at www.birchwoodlodge.com. Pack your winter duds and come on up for fun in the…..snow! P.S. Ask about our winter special and other fun extras.