The historic character of this Great Lakes fishing port unfolds during a stroll through its charming downtown and waterfront districts. The view from Algoma’s beachfront boardwalk includes a century-old red lighthouse at the end of the breakwater. Once a large commercial fishing port, Algoma is now home to one of the state’s largest charter fishing fleets. Algoma is also a trailhead for the Ahnapee State Trail; an 18-mile section runs north to Sturgeon Bay, and a new 9-mile section runs southwest to Casco Junction crossing the Kewaunee River on a wooden bridge.
Wet Whistle Wine Fest
September 11 - September 12
A celebration of the senses with award-winning wines, grape stomps, live music, heritage foods, a fine arts show, games, and more.
Music on Friday 4-8pm and...
Apes Bar and Grill
Looking for a good time? Want to have good food, and better times? Ape’s Bar and Grill is the place. Casual atmosphere, fun and the friendliest staff this side...
Subway of Algoma
Casual dining, build-your-own sandwiches & salads, with health-conscious options. Conveniently located right on Hwy 42. Plenty of parking. Open for...
Stadium Diner and Bar
Sports, Music, Shows, Great Food! Featuring Kewaunee County’s Newest Entertainment Venue.
The Flying Pig Gallery
Museums & Galleries
The unbridled creativity of folk art and gardens so natural the owners have been asked if they pipe in the lively sounds of a fully-populated marsh is behind...