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Bridgeport Waterfront Resort

Address
50 W. Larch St., Sturgeon Bay, WI,
Telephone
920-333-1992
Property ID #
DCN-50

Winter Hours

All winter!

Are you looking for a resort that caters to your every need? A resort located in one of Door County’s quaint and historic towns? How about a resort that offers unparalleled amenities and every possible modern convenience?

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Bridgeport has an internet center, and wireless internet throughout the property; and recently, they redecorated with all new interiors! Wow - it keeps getting better! 

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Bridgeport Waterfront Resort offers these accommodations:

  • DoorCountyNavigator.com notes the unparalleled amenities here and modern conveniences
  • Recently redecorated with all new interiors, added Internet Center, wireless Internet on property
  • One, two, and three-bedroom suites available and named after ships built in Sturgeon Bay—most have private decks, views of water or courtyard
  • Also find fully equipped kitchen, wet bar, living and dining area, king beds, fireplace, double whirlpool, flat screen TV with cable
  • Specialty suites available and distinctly decorated, great for romantic getaways; our favorite is the Challenger
  • Utopia Suite is great for traveling with family or friends; three bedrooms, three baths, large living room

Other features include:

  • Indoor and outdoor pools; outdoor pool has waterfall, also indoor whirlpool sauna  
  • Resort is nestled on shores of Green Bay waters at foot of historic Sturgeon Bay bridge
  • Short distance to shops, coffeehouses, restaurants, galleries, farmer’s market
  • A beverage area in the entrance is a place to enjoy cappuccino, juice, and more  

Call to make your reservation today!

Bridgeport Waterfront Resort
50 W. Larch
Sturgeon Bay, WI   54235
Telephone (920)333-1992
E-mail:
stay@bridgeportresort.net    

 

Full Trusted Review

At the Bridgeport Resort you will get all-of-the above mentioned - PLUS a waterfront location like no other in Door County. Located in the historic harbor town of Sturgeon Bay, the Bridgeport Resort is nestled on the shores of the Green Bay waters at the foot of Sturgeon Bay’s historic downtown bridge. The "old" bridge, as it is referred to by the locals (there is a "new bridge" that bypasses Sturgeon Bay), connects the town’s East and West sides that are separated by a channel that connects the waters of Green Bay and the waters of Lake Michigan.

The Bridgeport Resort is only a short stroll away from many quaint shops, coffeehouses, restaurants, public parks, beaches, marinas and the Maritime Museum. There are art galleries and usually a farmers’ market on the weekends in the summer months.


Here, you are in the heart of Sturgeon Bay’s historic buildings and friendly people, which make it a great place to site-see, shop, enjoy local restaurants or even experience a performance at the Third Avenue Playhouse (TAP). Located on Third Avenue, TAP is community performing arts facility located in a remodeled movie theatre (the old "Donna"). They perform in-house productions as well as other productions using local and professional talent. Ask the guest staff at the Bridgeport for details. We’ve seen the popular "Guys on Ice" at TAP and it was awesome!

SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES
The resort itself is absolutely wonderful. It has every modern convenience you could imagine. Whether vacationing with friends, family or on your honeymoon, the Bridgeport has the ability to cater to your needs. For a large waterfront resort, it really has a comfortable homelike atmosphere. We noticed that "very homey" and "polite, accommodating guest services" are popular themes in the guest comment registries.


You’ll find a friendly grand entrance where a smiling staff, with a sincere professional desire to make your stay a memorable one, is waiting to great you . In the entrance you will enjoy a large beverage bar area, where guests can enjoy cappuccino, juice and more day and night! The room has a fireplace and oversized furniture making it a great place to relax anytime.

Activities at this resort are fabulous. They have both indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The outdoor pool has a waterfall that you can jump through. The kids love it! The indoor pool has a whirlpool and sauna, with plenty of space for lounging.  And kids love the indoor Splash Park with a slide and interactive water games.

Another great place for the kids to hangout is Peabody’s Playpark. It is an indoor play area with free video games and lots of tubes, tunnels, and balls! But the uniqueness of Bridgeport lets you take a stroll down the waterfront walkway. This lighted sidewalk travels along the shore of the channel and offers great views of Sturgeon Bay at night. Lavish lawn areas, park benches, wildlife, sounds of the water and boat-watching, make this walkway a popular attraction among locals and guests alike. In addition, the Bridgeport has a game room, and a great exercise facility. Nearby activities include public beach, park, tennis courts, golf courses, charter fishing, jet skiing, water skiing, snowmobiling, boating, sailing, cross country skiing and lighthouses and state parks. Wow!

The Bridgeport Resort is a great place for groups of any size to meet for business or pleasure. It has three different conference rooms to accommodate the needs of just about any group. Perfect for family reunions, corporate retreats, service groups or church conferences. The facilities can hold groups up to 75. A variety of audio-visual equipment is available too!

ROOMS AND AMENITIES
There are nine different styles of suites at the Bridgeport Resort. Each is named after ships and vessels built across the channel at Sturgeon Bay’s own Bay Ship Building. These one, two and three bedroom suites with names like Badger, Firebird, Challenger and Utopia, are loaded with a variety of amenities to suit your needs.

Room Shot 2 at Bridgeport

 

Sturgeon Bay lodging, Bridgeport Resort, Door County

 

Among the things you’ll find are fully-equipped kitchen or wet bar, living and dining areas, king sized beds, sleeper sofas, fireplace, double whirlpool, air conditioning, flat screen televisions with cable, and DVD players. You can get complimentary movies at the front desk.


Bathrooms are large, clean and are appointed with nice touches like hairdryers. Each room has rich wood trim and furniture providing a home-like feel. Most rooms have private decks with patio furniture. You can get rooms with a view of the courtyard or, of course, a room with a view of the water and surrounding harbor town.

Bridgeport Resort also offers several specialty suites for special occasions and romantic get-aways. These suites are distinctly decorated and feature extra large whirlpool tubs and at least one fireplace. Our favorite room that we toured is the Challenger Suite, which has a very bed-and-breakfast feel. The painted, oversized furniture gives it a warm and cozy atmosphere.

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Traveling with Friends?
If you’re traveling with friends or family, check out the Utopia Suite. This suite is very impressive and offers a bounty of luxury for up to eight adults. Three bedrooms, three private baths, large living room with over-sized furniture — you get the picture! This suite has a TV in every bedroom, and with a private patio and wet bar, is a great place to entertain.


And Bridgeport is open in the winter too!

Whatever suite you choose, the Bridgeport Resort, on the water,  is a great place to stay and you’ll find plenty to do to make your visit at the Bridgeport in Sturgeon Bay a memorable one. Prices range from $69 - $199 off-season and $99 - $299 during prime season, depending on room, day of week and time.  But always check with the innkeeper for current and accurate pricing! Check out all the details at their website at www.bridgeportresort.net and have a great time, and be sure when making a reservation to use their Property ID # DCN-50, and please tell them that DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you!

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