We are staying at the Landmark Resort in Egg Harbor, Wisconsin. The location is central to both the north and south ends of the peninsula although we have spent most of our time at the north end.
The Landmark Resort sits on 40 acres and has 4-5 buildings that are not connected to each other. Each building has its own name — the name of ours is the Navigator. There are both indoor and outdoor swimming pools. This time of year, only the indoor pool is open. For adults, the pool is open 24/7 and is located in the main building where you check in.
There are driveways to each of the buildings at the resort.
The resort is off the main highway that goes through the peninsula — Highway 42. Since we arrived on a Saturday, there were no “view” rooms available. They did tell us the room we would be staying in had a view but the view was of trees and the parking lot so I went back to clarify my understanding of the “water” view we were interested in.
On Sunday, we moved to a water view room. We were thankful we did. The view was stupendous and is of the Green Bay.
The resort is a timeshare that has condominiums. The rooms are basically all the same on the inside except for the view. They all have kitchenettes. Our room has a bedroom and a sleeper sofa in the living room. There are no fireplaces — gas or otherwise.
During our stay, the place was pretty quiet as most everyone left Sunday morning. The daily rate for the resort was $91 for the Green Bay view.
We found out from one of the locals that most of the shops will close for the winter the last weekend in October. Once it starts snowing, quite a few shops and restaurants close their doors for the winter.
(Day 3 to be continued)