Hike, bike, boat, fish, golf, and picnic at Peninsula State Park, where the rocky bluffs climb 150 feet. The park's mission is to protect its natural and scenic resources while offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation and education.

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Active and Adventure Review of Peninsula State Park

Away Travel Expert: Brian Kevin
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ActiveExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Camping,Canoeing,Cross-Country Skiing,Day Hiking,Mountain Biking,Road Biking,Sea Kayaking,Snowmobiling,Snowshoeing,Walking
Active and AdventureExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • The paddle out to Horseshoe Island, just a short mile north out into Nicollet Bay, is a classic Lake Michigan water route. The tiny island is encircled by a mile-long hiking trail. Rent canoes or kayaks from the Bay Shore Outdoor stand on the Nicollet Bay Beach.
  • The park's nine miles of mountain biking trails will likely bore serious bikers, especially those from the high country, but Wisconsin's gentle hills are a fine place for beginners to hone their skills.
  • Winter camping at the Peninsula's Tennison Bay campground is an authentic Wicsonsin experience, particularly if you also do a bit of ice fishing.

9462 Shore Rd., P.O. Box 218
Fish Creek, Wisconsin 54212

Visitor Information

Telephone Number: 920-868-3258
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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