Whitefish Dunes State Park, established in 1967 to protect the fragile dune environment, is an 865-acre day use park on Wisconsins Door County Peninsula. It's part of Wisconsin's Northern Lake Michigan Coastal Landscape. Stroll along Lake Michigan, watch waterfowl at Clark Lake, use the boardwalk to discover the wetlands or relax on one of the many trails throughout the forested sand dunes and beech forest. Trails are open year round, and 8 miles are groomed for skiing in winter.

Easy hike. VERY scenic. This is a great way to work up a sweat right before cooling off in the lake.

very fun hike with the kids. we found a sandy beach north of the county park in the state park with no rocks or big waves for the kids to wade in.

nice
flat. not well traveled

11 months ago

I love this place.

Fun hike for WI, I'm spoiled after being in some dunes out west

Have been here a few times and loved it! One of few places I have been where there is "singing sand." Beautiful views from dunes.

Very well groomed

walking
Saturday, August 02, 2014

hiking
Tuesday, October 02, 2012