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- Peninsula State Park
9462 Shore Rd.
Fish Creek, WI 54212
Peninsula State Park Current conditions
Conditions as of Monday, December 9, 2013:
Alert: Due to the I-43 Leo Frigo Bridge closure over the Fox River in Green Bay please see the Wisconsin Department of Transportation website for information. www.dot.wisconsin.gov/travel.
The Nicolet Beach restoration project is completed. The temporary fence was removed early fall.
Peninsula received approximately 3 inches of powdery snow. Icy, slippery conditions exist all over the park.
Ski trails have not been groomed. However, hiking and snowshoeing on them is not allowed.
Snowshoe and hiking trails are open.
Sledding Hill is being evaluated. Call the park for an update.
Snowmobile trails are closed.
A state trail pass is required for skiers and off-road bikers at Peninsula State Park, in addition to a vehicle admission sticker. The annual trail pass is valid on all ski, bike and horse trails in Wisconsin State Parks that require the trail pass for users 16 years and older.
White Cedar Nature Center
Peninsula naturalists offer nature programs year-round. Please see the current program schedule for more information or pick-up a program schedule upon your arrival.
See the DNR Events Calendar for a list of events at Peninsula and other state parks.
Don't move firewood!
Due to the potential of carrying harmful tree pests and diseases, Wisconsin has restrictions for moving firewood.
Tennison Bay Campground is the only campground open year round. Showers, flush facilities, the dump station and wood yard are closed for the season. Pit toilets and a water supply are available in the campground.
All campers, including those with reservations, must register/check-in at the park office before setting up camp. The park office opens at 8 or 9 a.m. daily, hours vary based on staffing levels. If the park office is closed, there is self-registration available at the kiosk across from the office. Remember, you may not set up a campsite between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Hunting and Trapping
Archery only hunting (no gun hunting allowed) and trapping are allowed in the open areas of the park starting Nov 15, 2013. The nine-day muzzleloader deer hunt is Nov. 23 through Dec. 1, 2013. Limited Access for Deer Hunting: Each deer hunter must first obtain a $3 Park Access Permit and property map (identifying those areas closed to hunting within the park properties), prior to deer hunting. Park Access Permits are available on a first-come, first-served basis starting on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 10 a.m. Permits can be purchased at any license sales agent, on-line or by phone at 1-877-WI-LICENSE (1-877-945-4236).
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A vehicle admission sticker is required year-round. When the park office is closed, use the self-registration pay kiosk to buy admission stickers. Any annual sticker purchases will be mailed to you. If you self-register for an annual sticker please submit a check with your address or print legibly on the envelope for accurate mailing.