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...
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...
Enjoy Hotel Stebbins casual fine dining restaurant, bar/lounge and game room. Beautiful historic building with features such as the 105 year old tin ceilings...
Algoma Pizza Bowl
Has a great staff that serves really good food. Also has an amazing bowling alley.
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...