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Door County

Adventure in Door County

September 4-8, 2023


Per Person Double Occupancy

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Join Jeanie’s Journeys to The Cape Cod of the Midwest! Door County stretches from about 15 miles south of Sturgeon Bay to the islands that lie off the northern tip of the Door Peninsula. Wisconsin’s most conspicuous feature extends like the spout of a teapot into Green Bay & Lake Michigan. Its rugged landscape dotted with fishing villages, beaches, farms & orchards resembles New England.


• 3 Night Stay at a Rowley’s Bay Resort
• International Dinner  
• Fish boil Dinner 
• Ferry Boat Trip to Washington Island 
• Guided Tour of Lambeau Field 
• 1 night stay in Green Bay
• Transportation in Luxury motor coach 
• 4 Breakfasts & 2 Included Dinners 
• Tour of the National Railroad Museum 

• Services of a Professional Tour Director and Bus Driver


• Non included meals; tips to the Tour Director/Bus Driver; or any other items not specifically mentioned as included in itinerary.


$1,198 double/triple occupancy

$1,398 single occupancy


Deposit: $200 per person


Travel Insurance: $84(Double) $98(Single) additional per person Non-Refundable

Cancellation Policy: Full refund up until one month before departure, cancellation after then will be recoverable expenses. Travel Insurance is strongly recommended!

Travelers Needing Special Assistance

You must report any disability requiring special attention to Jeanie’s Journeys at the time the reservation is made.* Jeanie’s Journeys will make reasonable efforts to accommodate the special needs of tour participants. Such participants, however, should be aware that the Americans with Disabilities Act is inapplicable outside of the United States and facilities outside the United States for disabled individuals are limited. It is strongly recommended that persons requiring assistance be accompanied by a companion who is capable of and totally responsible for providing the assistance. Neither Jeanie’s Journeys nor its personnel, nor its suppliers, may physically lift or assist clients into transportation vehicles. If a traveler thinks he or she might need assistance during a trip, he or she should call Jeanie’s Journeys to determine what assistance might reasonably be given. Jeanie’s Journeys cannot provide special individual assistance to tour members with special needs for walking, dining, airport assistance or other routine activities. 

*To request a wheelchair accessible room on a cruise, the traveler or person sharing the room must have a recognized disability that alters a major life function and requires the use of a mobility device and the use of the accessible features provided in the wheelchair accessible stateroom.

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