Motels and inns around Door and Kewaunee counties are seeing more bookings for Sunday's Packers-Seahawks playoff game. That comes as many lodging options close to Lambeau Field are filling as kickoff time gets closer. Some Packers fans exercise their options to stay in Door and Kewaunee counties during the regular season. Bob Davis, the owner of the Scenic Shore Inn, says that's continuing in the post-season. Half of his rooms are drawing fans looking for a quiet pregame experience with all the amenities at a good price.
Other hotels and motels are working with the Greater Green Bay and the Lakeshore Visitors Bureau to attract budget-conscious fans. Nancy Bertz, the General Manager and Co-owner of the Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay, says that proving popular with Packers fans just looking to make an overnight stay.
According to some travel booking websites, rooms in the Green Bay area are going for between $200 and $400 a night.