Our Door County Retail Partners
The following Door County retailers proudly display their merchandise in lighted showcases that line the hallways of the High Point Inn resort.
Click the links, where available, to find out more about the businesses listed – or inquire about the business at the front desk.
Established in 1985 the winery resides in a restored dairy barn and produces most of its award-winning wines from fruits grown on the property. Also features a spacious farm market offering hundreds of locally-grown and produced products.
Hand Made Art in a Unique Rural Setting. All the work is one-of-a-kind and thoughtfully created by resident artist Renee Schwaller and twenty other local and national artists. Renee’s inspiration comes from the beauty that sits just outside her window – the wildflowers in the untouched fields, the dragonflies and hummingbirds buzzing around the gardens, and the old stone fence along the field. The studio is in the farm’s original old timber-framed barn and granary.
Housed in a restored fruit barn built in 1918, the gallery presents monthly changing feature shows along with exhibits by over 150 artists in paintings, sculpture, glass, clay, wood and jewelry. Open May through October.
Country Cabin and Beachside Cottage. Lodge-style furnishings, woodland series upholstery, antler lamps, wood carvings, wall art and even jewelry. Decorate the smallest to the largest room of your home with a northwoods feel.
Door County apparel, hats, accessories, beach jewelry, Door County Goat Milk Soap, framed art & prints by local artists, coastal home decore and toys, beach accessories, and more!. At the Skylite Shops located to the right of Founder’s Square.