EGG HARBOR - If you're looking for a room this weekend in Door County, you might be out of luck.
Hotels and resorts say they're near capacity for the four-day holiday weekend.
Tourists in Door County say they've seen the signs: "No vacancy."
This weekend, there's no room at the inn.
"We're sold out. We've been sold out for all four days of the weekend. We'll end up doing 96 rooms in four days," said Bruce Hill.
Hill runs the Lull-Abi Inn. He says with Fourth of July falling on a Thursday this year, his business has been booming.
'It gives me two extra days that I sell out," he said.
As vacationers packed the streets of Egg Harbor and Sturgeon Bay, folks say they did what they could to avoid hotel hassles.
"We have a camper, so that was kind of easier than trying to book a hotel," said Emily Todd of Hanover Park, Illinois.
Some say even booking a month in advance left them with limited options.
"That was the only place we could get. It's advisable to book long in advance especially this holiday," said Sheila Scholtz of Bloomington, Illinois.
The Door County Visitor's Bureau says it won't have final tourism numbers out for several weeks.
But those who own vacation condos in Door County say the shoreline is busier than usual.
"We noticed in Egg Harbor today and it's not even the fourth. It was just packed coming in," said Ken Chybowski of New Berlin.
The crowds have left stores and hotels feeling they'll close out this Fourth of July weekend with a bang.
Door County hotel owners say it's best to call ahead if you want a last-minute overnight trip this weekend.
While most are at capacity, a few might have rooms on Saturday and Sunday.
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