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Located between Fish Creek and Ephraim and just a short drive from Green Bay, Wisconsin, Peninsula State Park forms part of a nearly eight-mile-long coastline. Full of bluffs, coastal wetlands, forests, and meadows, Peninsula is considered to be one of the most biodiverse parks in the state. Whether you like to watch the light fade at the beach, venture through mysterious forest, or chase the thrill of water sports, Peninsula State Park has something for everyone.
Established in 1910, Peninsula was Wisconsin's second state park. The park was a hot spot for summer picnics, concerts, and sporting events which locals and tourists attended in the thousands. Home to spectacular forests, 468 campsites, and a shoreline with breathtaking views of Green Bay and Lake Michigan, Peninsula is one of the most popular attractions in the Midwest. Search for an RV in Door County, park your RV rental at one of the state park's campgrounds, and fully embrace the wildlife and nature this magnificent state park has to offer.
The coastline offers Peninsula State Park campers an opportunity to get out and explore the park on foot. Take a stroll to Nicolet Beach, where you’ll find a snack bar, equipment rentals, and stunning views of Horseshoe Island. The pristine sands of Nicolet Beach keep campers coming back all year round. The beach is especially popular with families thanks to the shallow water, making it safe for young children to play and enjoy. After a long day of exploring the park, just take off your shoes and dip your feet in!
Prefer to play on the water rather than in it? Launch your kayak from Nicolet Bay’s boat ramp, or cast your line from Weborg Pier in search of trout. Stroll along one of the softly undulating trails suitable for the whole family, or if you’re looking for a real adventure, take on some of the mountain bike trails that cover 12 miles of scenic forest terrain and offer thrillseekers of all ability levels something to get the heart racing. Winter wanderers can also enjoy a spot of ice fishing, snowmobiling, and sledding.
Camping with an RV at Peninsula State Park couldn’t be easier! Featuring five developed campgrounds containing 468 family sites, Peninsula offers a diverse range of campsites and exciting experiences.
Each campground has a different range of services available to campers. Some offer electric hookups, while other primitive campgrounds, including North Nicolet Bay and Welcker’s Point, offer none. When you book your RV rental, be sure to research the amenities of each campground to find one suited to your needs. All campgrounds include showers and flush toilet facilities, with some featuring public boat launches.
If you’re camping in a rental motorhome at Peninsula State Park, you can make a reservation up to 11 months before you arrive, but the park also allows last-minute booking as late as 48 hours before arrival.
A popular activity for campers at Peninsula State Park is rafting in Fish Creek. Here, you can fully explore the shores of Peninsula State Park and enjoy excellent views of the Strawberry Islands, Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Eagle Cave, Horseshoe Island, and much more.
Take a bike ride through the coastal wetland, forests, and meadows. Love spotting wildlife? The park is home to over 100 different bird species and plenty of four-legged creatures, such as deer, raccoons, red squirrels, and much more. On rare occasions, black bears have been seen within the park's boundaries.
Itching to explore outside the park? Take a trip back in time at Noble House Museum and History Center in Fish Creek, where you can learn more about Fish Creek’s founding fathers through informative exhibits and seasonal displays. Feel the goosebumps as you indulge in the spooky ghost tours at this allegedly haunted home.
Before you pack up your camping gear and head home, jump in your rental RV and head over to the quaint town of Ephraim to get a bite to eat from one of its many restaurants. Even the fussiest eaters will find something to their taste here. Vegetarian options, Italian cuisine, and ice cream parlors on the beachfront will be the cherry on top. Don't worry about where to find gas — just stay on Highway 42 alongside Peninsula and you’ll find a gas station within a short distance.