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Peninsula State Park
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Fish Creek
Peninsula State Park is a Wisconsin Gem! We've biked the Sunset Trail; swam, kayaked and sunbathed at Nicolet Beach (free wifi on the beach!); and hiked the Eagle Trail in spring, summer and fall to name a few of...
Hiking Trails, Biking trails, nature center, 3 camp grounds, kayak launch, excellent fishing, outdoor theater productions under the stars, close to all the amenities in Fish Creek, excellent park staff, PGA golf c...
Eagle Trail
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Fish Creek
The Eagle Trial is probably the best and most popular hiking trail in the Park.
The Eagle Trail is a bucket-list item for your first trip to Peninsula State Park.
Nicolet Bay Beach
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Fish Creek
Part of the beautiful Peninsula State Park between Fish Creek and Ephraim.
We bike 5.1 mi. to the beach from the park gate every year and look forward to that cup of coffee and crackers to feed the gulls.
Sunset Beach Park
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Fish Creek
This park is an easy stroll from downtown Fish Creek, and is well worth the walk at sunset.
We just discovered you could walk down to the end of Main St and watch the sun set over the bay with a crowd of nature lovers.
Nor Door Sport & Cyclery
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Fish Creek
The shop is located across the street from Peninsula state park which has excellent bike trails.
Each bike included a small handlebar bag, which made it easy to carry the park maps they provided.
Egg Harbor Marina Egg Harbor 5.6 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Egg Harbor
Perfect combination of relaxing in the park or walking the pavement next to the red granite break water.
Set up on a hill, the park is well kept, has picnic tables, benches and a gazebo.
The Ridges Sanctuary Baileys Harbor 7.2 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Baileys Harbor
A nature lovers paradise with diverse ecosystems in the terrain of ridges and swales (mini wetlands) formed by fluctuations of Lake Michigan over past 1500 years.
There are guided tours of the nature preserve but we had a great volunteer explain the history and geography in the center and then walked the paths ourselves.