We made a stop at the Ellison Bluff County Park which has also been much improved. I remember when it was just an overgrown area where it was almost impossible to see the bluff and water, but now it is all cleared out with new boardwalks and great views of the bay.
The sun was just starting to set which made for a pretty picture. We had our dinner of burgers and beers at Husby's in Sister Bay. We really enjoyed our dinner there and I want to document this so we can go there again next time.
We stayed at the Voyager Inn in Sister Bay. We really enjoyed this place, very simple, rustic, and inexpensive. We will definitely go back again.
Here is the front of the motel, our room was actually around the back on the second floor with a beautiful view.
There was a nice meeting room where the continental breakfast ws served. We were very pleased with this motel.
On Saturday, we started our day in Bailey's Harbor at the Ridges County Park. Here is the Coast Guard station.
After Bailey's Harbor, we stopped at Cape Point County Park, always a favorite spot of ours. As usual, it was not disappointing.
Here is the cave where the water comes crashing in and making huge splashes.
Then it was on to Whitefish Dunes State Park for some hiking. This is another one of our favorite stops.
The color was on its way out, but there was still a good amount of yellow along the path.
Here we are on top of Mt. Baldy, the highest sand dune in Wisconsin. After our three mile hike, we had lunch at J.J.'s in Jacksonport, our first time eating there. It was yummy and we would like to return for an evening meal to enjoy some margaritas.