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caters to the diverse individuals who choose to enjoy Door County – if they remember to leave the resort.


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“I like to think [the Landmark] maintains the best of Door County,” says


Jeff Larson, the resort’s director of marketing and sales. “T ere are the beautiful natural surroundings. And we are centrally located – easy access to everything.”


Larson admits that some guests spend a majority of their time on the grounds


– which includes a fi tness center, outdoor pools, picnic areas, and the Car- rington Pub & Grill – while others venture out. “Many guests bring their boats and visit the Egg Harbor Marina, others who enjoy silent sports will bike to Peninsula State Park.”


Door County’s largest resort is a maze of large buildings complete with cozy lob-


bies, indoor pools, steam rooms, and guest rooms featuring kitchens, dining areas, and incredible views.


rom a simple vacation to a getaway weekend, a wedding to a conference, a family reunion to a business retreat, the Landmark Resort in Egg Harbor


ENTERTAINMENT AT THE LANDMARK


The Landmark also features a variety of entertainment options throughout the year, for guests and the public alike.


• During the off -season, the resort features “Comedy Club” once a month. The program, which costs $20.99, includes a buff et dinner and two comics.


• The resort hosts “Scrapbook Spectacular” one week- end a month throughout the off -season, an event which off ers a space for scrapbookers to work on their projects.


• In May, the resort hosts “Girlfriends Great Eggscape” – a weekend for ladies to partake in a variety of activi- ties including a fashion show, yoga, spa treatments and outdoor sports.


• The Landmark hosts a Murder Mystery Dinner, Thanks- giving Dinner, and Breakfast with Santa. Also, the Door County Trolley features the Carrington Pub & Grill in its summer and fall Haunted Pub Crawl.


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