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Contact information
For information, contact:
Peninsula State Park
9462 Shore Rd.
Fish Creek, WI 54212
Phone: 920-868-3258

Peninsula State Park Eagle Tower

An in-depth inspection of Eagle Tower was conducted in the spring of 2015 because of its age. The inspection included core sampling to determine the general internal condition of the structural components and overall load-bearing capacity of the structure. The tower inspection report indicated the structure was in poor condition and should be razed. On May 20, 2015 the tower was closed for public use.

Tower concept options and public comments

A stakeholder group, made up of Friends members, community members, legislators, U.S. Forest Products Lab staff and DNR staff, worked with a consultant to develop three concept options that best meet the goals for a new tower at Peninsula State Park. The document below is a summary of those concepts, including a table comparing the three options. After reviewing the document, please click on the survey link to submit comments about the concept options.

Public comments can be submitted via the survey through Monday, Oct. 9, 2017. Comments may also be submitted in person at the public meeting on Sept. 28 in Sturgeon Bay.

Tower deconstruction

Eagle Tower was taken down on Sept. 19, 2016. The Friends of Peninsula State Park [exit DNR] and community members are raising funds for the tower's reconstruction. The new tower will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, current construction codes, and take into consideration new construction technologies.

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Last revised: Monday September 25 2017