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Death's Door Bluff Kayak Tour
3 Reviews
from $55.00*
Cave Point Kayak Tour
9 Reviews
from $65.00*
Door County Wetlands Kayak Tour
5 Reviews
from $55.00*
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Cave Point County Park
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sturgeon Bay
Breathtaking views of Lake Michigan, sea caves, cliff jumpers, hiking trails, all FREE, at this gemstone of a county park in Door County, WI! (Naturally air conditioned) Nice picnic area, restrooms, biking trails,...
If it's nice and calm on Lake Michigan, which the park boarders, the scenery is fantastic and one may observe brave souls jumping from an elevated area into a cave type formation carved into the limestone.
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Whitefish Dunes State Park
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sturgeon Bay
One very beautiful state park!!! Great trails, great beach, great time!!! Any time of the year is a good time to visit, each season is unique!!!
The park has fun hiking trails that offer great views of the lake and there are also several nice biking trails also.
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The Garden Door
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sturgeon Bay
Although the Garden Door is at its best during the usual growing season in the Door Peninsula, the Garden Door offers the winter visitor a unique peak at the beauty of nature.
Potawatomi State Park Wisconsin 3.0 mi away
#126 of 617 Nature & Parks in Wisconsin
There is a nice little store with kayak rentals and firewood, and Mary's Waterfront Bar & Restaurant is a short walk from the south border of the park.
It gets you back to nature with great trails, campsites & family friendly fun.
George K. Pinney County Park
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sturgeon Bay
It is a county park with a boat launching ramp, restrooms and great area for fishing.
The park itself is nice, with livable (not great) bathrooms and well groomed lawn.
Briggsville Gardens
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sturgeon Bay