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Parks in Door County

Parks in Door County

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Peninsula State Park is located between Fish Creek and Ephraim. The park was established in 1910 and consists of 3,776 gorgeous acres.

 

 

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Whitefish Dunes State Park is located between Jacksonport and Sturgeon Bay on the shore of Lake Michigan. It consists of 863 acres of woodlands, spectacular cliffs, and has the highest sand dunes in the State of Wisconsin.

 

 

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Newport State Park is Wisconsin’s only wilderness designated State Park. You’ll find this park North of Ellison Bay on the shores of Lake Michigan and Europe Lake. The park consists of 2373 Acres of woodlands, meadows, and sand beaches.

 

 

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Located off the tip of the Door County Peninsula near Washington Island, Rock Island State Park consists of 912 Acres. No vehicles, including bicycles, are permitted on the island. The Park can be reached via passenger ferry from Washington Island

 

 

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Potowatomi State Park is located near Sturgeon Bay. The park was established in 1928 and consists of 1,220 Acres of woodlands and panoramic shoreline.

 

 

 

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Town Parks in Liberty Grove - Grandview Park, Ellison Bay Community Park, Sand Bay Town Park, Hotz Memorial Park in Europe Bay, Gills Rock Park, Fitzgerald Park, Europe Bay Boat Launch, North Bay Boat Launch, Wisconsin Bay Park, Port Des Morts Park, Isle View Park, Garrett Bay Park, and Rowleys Bay Launch.
 
 
 

 

 

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Connie Erickson
Door County Realty, Inc.
Po Box 340 - 4027 Main Street
Fish Creek WI 54212
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