An Adventurer’s Paradise Awaits at This Secluded Island in Door County, Wisconsin
Everyone knows Door County, Wisconsin is a beautiful place to visit with fun things to do any time of the year, but I'm assuming you've never heard of Chambers Island in Door County before...I know I haven't, and now I am super intrigued.
Where Is Chambers Island in Door County?
According to onlyinyourstate.com;
Chambers Island is located 7.5 miles offshore from Fish Creek. It was named for Talbot Chambers, a colonel who sailed these waters in 1816, on the way to establish a military post in Green Bay.
If you're ready to start searching VRBO for a place to stay on Chambers Island, I need to tell you right now that you won't find one. Why? Because Chambers Island is about as off-the-grid as you can get. There are homes on the island, but there is no commercial electricity there. There are no stores on the island or touristy attractions, but it is a BEAUTIFUL place to go on an adventure.
Chambers Island has plenty of trails and unpaved roads to hike on, beaches with stunning views to relax at, there's even a lake and a lighthouse on the island for you to explore.
The only way you can get to Chambers Island is by booking an excursion charter in Fish Creek, and then 45 minutes later you will arrive at your island adventure. For more information on excursions to Chambers Island, please visit doorcountyboats.com, but be aware, they only offer a handful of excursions to Chambers Island, and I bet they fill up quickly!