Creamery Review




Door County Creamery takes “farm to table” to a whole new level. They’re farmers, cheese-makers, restaurateurs and memory-makers.  They do all four with passion and the results are sublime.

BEST FOR: Goat exploration! This is arguably the greatest GoatLand spot in the universe. Enjoy some morning goat yoga on the farm, have some handcrafted goats milk gelato, try the traditional French technique goat chevre (flavored with ramps, fresh herbs, toasted onions and more), down some squeaky goat cheese curds and nourish your skin with their goats milk soap.  Beat that for Goatliness.

For a wonderful rustic gourmet lunch, check at the counter for daily sandwich, salad and soup offerings.  Or put together a mixed board of delights.  Choose a bottle of wine from the curated selection designed to compliment the savory goat-centric fare.

Find a seat outside on the dappled sunlit terrace and raise a glass to those beautiful goats and the folks who lovingly foster them.

If they make an appearance, you must stop to pet the adorable little baby goats. They occasionally have a special playpen set up outside on goat-friendly days. 

INSIDER TIP #1:  Farm tours! Roughly twice a week during the season, tours meet at the Creamery’s Sister Bay location and a bus takes visitors on a short ride to the farm.  Learn about the farm, meet the entire goat family and observe how their cheese is made.  You’ll also enjoy homemade goats milk gelato, a cheese tasting and a patio lunch around the reserved Creamery Farm Table.  Learn more | Book your Farm Tour here. (link may not be available during off-season)

INSIDER TIP #2: Baby Goat Yoga at the Farm!  The farm bus leaves the Creamery at 10:15 and whisks you off to your own tiny baby goat. You’ll have time to get to know your little one and then the two of you will partake in a professionally guided gentle 40 minute session.  Part escape, part joy and pure fun. Learn more | Book your Goat Yoga class here. (link may not be available during off-season)

Lunch & Early Dinner

Seasonal (Open May-Oct.)

10653 N. Bay Shore Dr., Sister Bay  (21 Minute drive) | 920 854-3388