Visit the Peninsula State Park at Any Time of the Year

Woman on a vacationThe Peninsula State Park is the third largest state park in Wisconsin that attracts around a million visitors yearly. It has a golf course, group camps, a lighthouse, biking and hiking trails, and a sand beach. Open year round, it is an excellent place for the family to enjoy.

When visiting the Peninsula State Park, you can billet at one of those condo rentals in Fish Creek, WI that gives you a feeling of home away from home. This way, you are free to enjoy the famed park and your accommodations at the same time.

Peninsula State Park

The Peninsula State Park is located at Door County and is one of the most popular year-round state parks in Wisconsin. Due to a variety of features and attractions, your family will never run out of things to here, as people consider it as the most complete park in the state.

Among them is the scenic 18-hole Peninsula Golf Course, first proposed in 1913 as two separate 9-hole golf courses. In 1921, it started operation as a 6-hole course, which expanded to a 9-hole course by 1926. In 1931, it had developed into a 5,000 18-hole golf course. During the 1960s, the course was redesigned and lengthened.

Other attractions

The state park also houses a lighthouse called the Eagle Buff Light, built in 1868 and automated in 1926. Visitors can tour the attraction. It also is home to Sunset Bike Trail, which has 5.1 miles of paved and gravel trail. The entire 9.5-mile route takes an hour to bike or three hours to hike. Bikers can use this as an alternative to the Shore Road.

Campgrounds

The park also has three group campsites and 468 family campsites with flush toilet and shower facilities. The campsites are at Tennison Bay, Nicolet Bay, Weborg Point, and Welcker’s Point. Campers can choose between campgrounds that have electricity and those that don’t.

Camping and enjoying the great outdoors is a great experience at Peninsula State Park. What are you waiting for? Make this park your next vacation destination!

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