EVERY ROOM features a view at Door County’s Premier Waterfront Resort

bedroom_with_a_viewThere are many wonderful things our guests have to say about our Door County resort. Mostly though, they immediately fall in love with our gorgeous Lake Michigan beach. That remains true whether we are in the throes of a hot, steamy August or a enjoying crisp, cold December.

Download any or all of our 3 Door County Beach eBooks and you’ll understand.

Your beachfront adventure begins here: 920-746-3900 or 1-866-454-3336. Or email us at frontdesk@gliddenlodge.com. You’ll be happy you did!

 

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Free to each guest: Access to our gorgeous Door County beach!

Every beachfront suite features a gorgeous Lake Michigan sunrise - delivered to your deck - every morning!

    Every beachfront suite features a gorgeous Lake Michigan sunrise - delivered to your deck each morning!

blog_bechmarchThe fact that Glidden Lodge Beach Resort has the word “beach” in their name should tell you everything you need to know about the awesomeness of their Door County resort.

• GLBR is 3.4 mile hike down the beach to Whitefish Dunes State Park
• GLBR is a short drive to Cave Point County Park
• GLBR is a short walk to Shivering Sands Preserve  on Glidden Drive

And that’s just the beginning. Download our Door County Beach eBooks here .

Start plotting your adventure today! 920-746-3900 or 1-866-454-3336. Or email us at frontdesk@gliddenlodge.com. You’ll be happy you did!

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Door County’s Favorite Naturalist: Carolyn Rock announces late winter events at Whitefish Dunes

Door County's favorite naturalist Carolyn Rock and a Door County beach in winter

Door County’s Whitefish Dunes State Park’s Carolyn Rock has published the February and March events page and we at Glidden Lodge are eager to share it! The park is just a 3.5 mile hike from our beachfront resort and we think this is a great way to get some fresh air during our late winter months. Ready for an outdoor adventure? Here goes:

Whitefish Dunes State Park Naturalist Events

Saturday, February 21
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9 a.m.

Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1 p.m.

Saturday, February 28
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9 a.m.

Winter Crafts: Bark Pendent.
Take a closer look at bark. Learn to identify different trees, understand how bark grows and discover cool tree facts. Create a pendent to take home. Dress for the weather a portion of the program will be outdoors.
Meet at the Nature Center.  1 p.m.

Sunday, March 1
Dunes in Winter.
Snowshoe into the forested dunes to explore dinosaurs, flying porcupines, and ancient history. This hike is short in distance but is vertically challenging. Limited snowshoes available for participants. Join the naturalist for this special treat to hike within the dunes. Snowshoes/winter boots and walking sticks are recommended.
Begins at the Nature Center. 1:30 p.m.

Saturday. March 7
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9 a.m.

Winter Hike. Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1 p.m.

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Door County’s Favorite Naturalist: Carolyn Rock announces January’s events at Whitefish Dunes

Door County's favorite naturalist Carolyn Rock and a Door County beach in winter

Door County’s Whitefish Dunes State Park’s Carolyn Rock has just announced her schedule of January 2015 events and we at Glidden Lodge are eager to share them! The park is just a 3.5 mile hike from our beachfront resort and we think this is a great way to get some fresh air during our winter months. Ready for an outdoor adventure? Here goes:

Thursday, January 1
First Day Hike
Winter Detectives. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Join the naturalist for a short hike then warm with hot beverage.
Meet at the Nature Center
9:00 a.m.

First Day Hike
Winter Wears. Get out and celebrate the New Year with a special hike and program. Join the naturalist for a short hike then warm by the shelter building fire with hot beverage.
Meet at the Nature Center.
2:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 3
Discover Snowshoeing
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather. Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.
Winter Hike. Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
1:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 10
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
9:00 a.m.

What Nature wears in Winter?
We put on layers to keep us warm and safe thought winter but what does Mother Nature put on? Find out on this interactive hike to explore the winterizing of nature. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
2:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 11
Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
1:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 17
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
9:00 a.m.

Dunes in Winter.
Snowshoe into the forested dunes to explore dinosaurs, flying porcupines, and ancient history. This hike is short in distance but is vertically challenging. Limited snowshoes available for participants. Join the naturalist for this special treat to hike within the dunes. Snowshoes/winter boots and walking sticks are recommended.
Begins at the Nature Center.
1:30 p.m.

Sunday, January 18
Quiet Side Bird Exploration.
Join amateur birders Bill and Sarah Krouse for a morning of winter lakeshore birding. Begin at Whitefish Dunes to learn the basics of winter bird watching (with refreshments) then carpool to various hot birding spots (Cave Point, Jacksonport, Baileys Harbor…). The group will travel northward before returning to the park. Depending on current birding information, travels may take the group to different sites than listed. Dress warmly, bring water and snack. Trip may include a stop for lunch if birding provides to be extremely successful.
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 24
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
9:00 a.m.

Winter Crafts: Bird Feeders.
Bring those birds racing to your backyard! Explore the differences between bird feeders and seed types. Make a simple bird feeder.
Drop by the Nature Center Auditorium.
1:00-3:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 25
Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
1:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 31
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center.
1:00 p.m.

Winter Candlelight Event.
Join the Friends of Whitefish Dunes for a night of candlelight fun. Ski, hike or snowshoe candle-lite trails at the park. Ski among the forested dunes for 1.5 miles. Hike or snowshoe a 1.5 mile loop. Warm up in the shelter building with hot beverage and fresh popcorn. Visit the nature center for delicious baked goods, new exhibits or purchase a book. Limited number of snowshoes will be available (first-come-first serve basis). Free Event but a state vehicle sticker is required. Purchase your 2015 annual sticker which is good for all state parks, forests and recreation areas within Wisconsin.
5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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Happy Thanksgiving from our Door County Beach!

Visit our Door County Beach

On these busy days before Thanksgiving, we want to say “thank you” to all our guests who have paid us a visit at our Lake Michigan beach. Thanks for making Glidden Lodge one of Door County’s favorite destinations year after year.

Please keep in that we would love to share our Door County beach with you this winter when Door County is still breathtakingly beautiful and our room rates are too! Get in the mood for a winter visit by checking out our Door County Beach in Winter eBook.

And if you’re still looking for a last minute Thanksgiving getaway, contact us. We have a few options remaining.

Enjoy our gorgeous beach this winter!
Phone: 920-746-3900 or 1-866-454-3336. Or email us at frontdesk@gliddenlodge.com.
You’ll be happy you did!

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News from our favorite naturalist: Whitefish Dunes State Park’s Carolyn Rock

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Whitefish Dunes State Park’s Carolyn Rock has just announced her schedule of winter events and we at Glidden Lodge are so very excited!The park is just a 3.5 mile hike from our beachfront resort and we think this is a great way to get some fresh air during our winter months. Ready for a hike?

Here goes:

Saturday, September 6
Mushroom Foray.
Discover the variety of mushrooms that grow within the park. Join Charlotte Lukes to explore the major mushrooms groups. Learn how to field identify of mushrooms to their family groups. This program is for the serious and beginning mushroom enthusiast. Beginning in the nature center auditorium, follow Charlotte on a hike of discovery. Dress for the weather for this two hour program/hike.
9:00-11:00 a.m.

Saturday, December 6
Winter Crafts: Bird Feeders.
Bring those birds racing to your backyard! Explore the differences between bird feeders and seed types. Make a simple bird feeder.
Drop by the Nature Center Auditorium. 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Hooting for Owls.
We’re lucky to have two owl species nesting at the park. Discover how their unique adaptations help them survive before we take a short hike in search of them. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 13
Winter Crafts: Bark Pendent.
Take a closer look at bark. Learn to identify different trees, understand how bark grows and discover cool tree facts. Create a pendent to take home. Dress for the weather a portion of the program will be outdoors.
Meet at the Nature Center. 10:00 a.m.

What does Nature wear in Winter?
We put on layers to keep us warm and safe thought winter but what does Mother Nature put on? Find out on this interactive hike to explore the winterizing of nature.
Meet at the Nature Center. 2:00 p.m.

Thursday, January 1
First Day Hike – Winter Detectives.
Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Join the naturalist for a short hike then warm with hot beverage.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

First Day Hike – Winter Wears.
Get out and celebrate the New Year with a special hike and program. Join the naturalist for a short hike then warm by the shelter building fire with hot beverage.
Meet at the Nature Center. 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 3
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 10
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

What does Nature wear in Winter?
We put on layers to keep us warm and safe thought winter but what does Mother Nature put on? Find out on this interactive hike to explore the winterizing of nature. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 2:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 11
Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 17
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Dunes in Winter.
Snowshoe into the forested dunes to explore dinosaurs, flying porcupines, and ancient history. This hike is short in distance but is vertically challenging. Limited snowshoes available for participants. Join the naturalist for this special treat to hike within the dunes. Snowshoes/winter boots and walking sticks are recommended.
Begins at the Nature Center. 1:30 p.m.

Saturday, January 24
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Winter Crafts: Bird Feeders.
Bring those birds racing to your backyard! Explore the differences between bird feeders and seed types. Make a simple bird feeder.
Drop by the Nature Center Auditorium. 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 25
Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 31
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Winter Candlelight Event.
Join the Friends of Whitefish Dunes for a night of candlelight fun. Ski, hike or snowshoe candle-lite trails at the park. Ski among the forested dunes for 1.5 miles. Hike or snowshoe a 1.5 mile loop. Warm up in the shelter building with hot beverage and fresh popcorn. Visit the nature center for delicious baked goods, new exhibits or purchase a book. Limited number of snowshoes will be available (first-come-first serve basis). Free Event but a state vehicle sticker is required. Purchase your 2015 annual sticker which is good for all state parks, forests and recreation areas within Wisconsin.
5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 7
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 14
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Dunes in Winter.
Snowshoe into the forested dunes to explore dinosaurs, flying porcupines, and ancient history. This hike is short in distance but is vertically challenging. Limited snowshoes available for participants. Join the naturalist for this special treat to hike within the dunes. Snowshoes/winter boots and walking sticks are recommended.
Begins at the Nature Center. 1:30 p.m.

Sunday, February 15
Discover Snowshoeing.
Drop by to learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 21
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 28
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Winter Crafts: Bark Pendent.
Take a closer look at bark. Learn to identify different trees, understand how bark grows and discover cool tree facts. Create a pendent to take home. Dress for the weather a portion of the program will be outdoors.
Meet at the Nature Center.  10:00 a.m.

Sunday, March 1
Dunes in Winter.
Snowshoe into the forested dunes to explore dinosaurs, flying porcupines, and ancient history. This hike is short in distance but is vertically challenging. Limited snowshoes available for participants. Join the naturalist for this special treat to hike within the dunes. Snowshoes/winter boots and walking sticks are recommended.
Begins at the Nature Center. 1:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 7
Discover Snowshoeing.
Learn to “float on snow” and be active this winter. Follow the naturalist on a fun exploration hike. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 9:00 a.m.

Winter Hike.
Get out and explore nature on snowshoes. Hike in search of animal tracks and other clues to uncover the secret lives of animals at the park and in your yard. Bring your own snowshoe or borrow from the park’s limited supply. Instructions provided. Dress for the weather.
Meet at the Nature Center. 1:00 p.m.

Come enjoy our gorgeous beach this winter!
Phone: 920-746-3900 or 1-866-454-3336. Or email us at frontdesk@gliddenlodge.com.
You’ll be happy you did!

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