Fields of Cherry Blossoms
Spring in Door County, Wisconsin is a treat for your senses. Field and fields of Cherry blossoms grace the Door County Peninsula. Rows and rows of blossoms, soon to be rows and rows of cherries.
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When Do the Cherry Trees Blossom in Door County?
The blossoms all depend of the weather. Usually blooming mid- to late-May. The blossoms only have the snow white look to them for the first four days. After that, they start to fade to brown at different intervals. They also get beat up from the wind in most cases.
Rows and rows of blossoms, soon to be rows and rows of cherries. The blossoms bring out groups of tourists to see the sites and enjoy everything the peninsula has to offer.
U Pick or They Pick Each Has a Benefit
When the cherries ripen (Around the 4th of July) and are ready for the pick’n you have two choices. Pick your own or already picked. Our family is in the pick your own category. There is something about carting the cherry ladders from tree to tree and sporting the cherry bucket belts around your waist that is appealing to us.
Plus, who doesn’t like to see who can pick the quickest or which person in your group makes the best heap on top of their pail. Wonderful family memories right there.
Always call ahead before making the trip. The cherries go fast.
Planning a Trip to Door County?
If you are interested in visiting the Door County Peninsula, see my Door County Category. You may find a few places of interest to stop on your vacation.
The blossoms bring out groups of tourists to see the sites and enjoy everything the peninsula has to offer.
Until next time friends. Take Care!