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Devils Lake State Park © J Mason
Terry Andrae State Park Along the Trail © Jim Snyder
Another peaceful shot of the park and Lake Michigan.
George W Mead State Wildlife Management Area © Justin Olson
Terry Andrae State Park The Beach 4 © Jim Snyder
This at the end of a path entering the beach area.
Terry Andrae State Park Boardwalk Trail © Jim Snyder
This is a photo of one of the boarkwalk trails in the park.
Governor Nelson State Park © Justin Olson
Terry Andrae State Park Sandy Bank © Jim Snyder
Some sand errosion from the waves.
Terry Andrae State Park Seedpod 2 © Jim Snyder
Another seedpod you might find along the boardwalk path.
Terry Andrae State Park A Gull © Jim Snyder
A gull getting a birdseye view of the waves coming in.
Terry Andrae State Park Serene © Jim Snyder
A peaceful look at Lake Michigan.
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Wisconsin's East Waters Region Parks

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State Wildlife Area
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State Forest
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National Wildlife Refuges
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State Parks
Parks in this region are near these Wisconsin Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
NEENAH
APPLETON
DE PERE
MANITOWOC
OSHKOSH
GREEN BAY
MENASHA
KAUKAUNA
STURGEON BAY
Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge
Gravel 4 acres and Spider 23 acres islands comprise the Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge. These islands are located in Lake Michigan, east of the Door county peninsula. Along with Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Gravel Island Refuge makes up the Wisconsin Islands Wilderness Area. The refuge ........more >
Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Hog Island, at 2 acres in size, is the lone component of the Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The island is located in Lake Michigan, east of Washington Island, in Door County, Wisconsin. The island was set aside by Executive Order in 1913 as a preserve and breeding ground for native birds. Along ........more >
High Cliff State Park
High Cliff is the only state-owned recreational area on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin's largest lake. The park has a marina, historic sites, a campground, picnic areas and shelters, a beach, watchable wildlife, an observation tower, and play areas. Many facilities including a specially-designed cabin, are ........more >
Killsnake State Wildlife Area
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Newport State Park
Newport, northeast of Ellison Bay, is Wisconsin's only formally designated wilderness park. With 2,373 acres and 11 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline it offers quiet alternatives to bustling Door County. There are evergreen and hardwood forests, wetlands, and upland meadows. The park has an interpretive ........more >
Peninsula State Park
Peninsula State Park, established in 1909, is a 3,776-acre state treasure on Wisconsin's Door County peninsula. Nearly seven miles of Lake Michigan's Green Bay shoreline wrap around a landscape of forests, meadows and wetlands. Rocky bluffs ascend over 150 feet while deer graze contentedly in abandoned ........more >
Point Beach State Forest
Point Beach offers 6 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, with dunes, a lighthouse, camping, and hiking, biking, skiing, nature, and snowmobile trails. Follow links in the left column for details. To get to Point Beach from Two Rivers, the nearest community, take County Highway O north about 4 miles ........more >
Potawatomi State Park
Potawatomi, on the shore of Sturgeon Bay just northwest of the city of Sturgeon Bay, has gently rolling upland terrain bordered by steep slopes and rugged limestone cliffs. A 75-foot observation tower rises above the forest canopy, giving a panoramic view of Sawyer Harbor. On a clear day, the view ........more >
Rock Island State Park
Take the ferry Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day to this primitive island off the tip of the Door County peninsula in Lake Michigan. Stone buildings, built by a wealthy inventor who owned the island between 1910 and 1945, house exhibits. Cars and even bikes are not allowed on the 912-acre ........more >
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