There's an abundance of charm on Sister Bay real estate. This Door County community is tight-knit and bonded together. Neighborhood interactions are constant and a variety of festivals mark the local calendar. Several events honor life lived near the water. Paddlefest encourages those who are new to the sports of kayaking and paddle boarding. Marina Fest applauds children living in Sister Bay homes as they build and race their own wooden boats. Artists unite at the Door County Festival of Fine Arts. During this time artists hold demonstrations on the waterfront displaying their talents. The “Granddaddy” of all Door County festivals is Sister Bay's annual Fall Fest. It is one of the largest weekend celebrations on the peninsula. A parade, arts & crafts fair, food booths, live entertainment and children's activities make this a must do weekend and has been attracting locals and visitors for over 70 years.
Anglers are in their element with fantastic fishing. A combination of off shore and open water fishing bring in impressive catches. King salmon, walleye and northern pike frequent the waters. In the wintertime devoted fishermen take to the ice for whitefish and trout.
Dining opportunities in Sister Bay are vast. Award winning and critically acclaimed eating establishments are found on practically every corner. Many establishments have been showcased on Food Network Channel and various magazines including Good Housekeeping, Gourmet and Bon Appétit. Conversations flow easily in cozy eateries and romantic moments are enjoyed in fancy waterfront restaurants.
Neighbors and visitors alike meet at twice weekly farmers markets held on Sister Bay real estate. Buying local shoppers find a supply of high quality fruits and vegetables to choose from. Often families spend time meal planning together, shopping at the uptown market during the week, and then creating farm to table meals.