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a Wisconsin state park, forest, recreation area or trail.
Camping opportunities
in state parks and forests.
How to buy
a vehicle admission sticker or state trail pass.
Get Outdoors!
to attend a nature program or event with family and friends.
Contact information
For information, contact:
Peninsula State Park
9462 Shore Rd.
Fish Creek, WI 54212
Phone: 920-868-3258

Peninsula State Park Current conditions

Conditions as of Friday, Nov. 18, 2016:

Eagle Tower: The observation tower in Peninsula State Park, known as Eagle Tower, was taken down on Sept. 19. Efforts are underway to rebuild the tower. For more information, please see the Eagle Tower web page.

Timber harvest: The timber harvest will resume in late October 2016. Loggers will be selectively thinning a number of conifer plantations and removing Scotch pine on a variety of small parcels throughout Peninsula State Park. Learn more in a letter to park neighbors and visitors [PDF] and see a map of where logging operations will take place [PDF] in the park.


Some areas of the park are open to certain hunting and trapping opportunities beginning Nov. 15. For more information, see hunting in Wisconsin State Parks.

Events and Programs

Peninsula naturalists offer nature programs year-round at the White Cedar Nature Center. Nature center hours vary during the year.

See the DNR Events Calendar for a complete list of events at Peninsula and other state parks.

The Ephraim Historical Foundation has partnered with Peninsula State Park to create a special exhibit [exit DNR], Two Roads Diverged: Camp Meenahga and Camp Peninsular in Peninsula State Park, at the Anderson Barn Museum in Ephraim. Admission is $5 and the exhibit features rare photographs and memorabilia and is open to the public through fall.


Don't move firewood!

Don't move firewood!Due to the potential of carrying harmful tree pests and diseases, Wisconsin has restrictions for moving firewood.

All campers, including those with reservations, must register/check-in at the park office before setting up camp. The park office opens at 8 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.

During camping season firewood is available at the wood yard on Bluff Road for $6 per bundle.

More information

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.

Last revised: Friday November 18 2016