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Kewaunee County has plenty of fall color too

While Northern Door tends to get the headlines this time of year, visitors to the area looking for fall color are developing their own Kewaunee County traditions. Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce President Kay Smith says many have fallen in love with the scenic lakeshore, providing great water views in one direction with the bluffs to the west. Smith says the chamber is happy to help tourists find spots known only to residents.

 


Smith encourages anyone on their way to Door County staples like Peninsula State Park to make some time for Kewaunee County too. She says it is heartening to see those who take the chamber up on the offer fall in love with the area and make Algoma and Kewaunee County an annual destination.
Smith says last month's Sidewalk Sale was a huge success, with many businesses saying they had customers discover them due to the event. She hopes to see it back, but where it fits in the calendar of a normal year is not yet clear. The chamber is committed to the Christmas Stroll at the end of November, with discussions underway to have it last a full two weeks rather than just the weekends during hunting season.

 

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