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Door County, Wisconsin, United States (44.76159 -87.53297)
The 102 ft high Brussels Hill (elevation of 851 feet) is the highest named point in Door County. It has been explained as the result of a meteorite impact. There are six other named peaks in the county, including Old Baldy, which is the tallest sand dune in the state at 93 feet above the lake level.
Baileys Harbor, Town of Baileys Harbor, Door County, Wisconsin, 54202, United States (45.06499 -87.12427)
Coordinates: 45.04499 -87.14427 45.08499 -87.10427 - Minimum elevation: 570 ft - Maximum elevation: 765 ft - Average elevation: 610 ft