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Harbor Ridges Park-Most
noted for its two lighthouses used as navigational
aids in bygone days, this park offers 400
feet of sand beach for swimming and sunning.
Hike along the series od ridges for a glimpse
of some of the rarest wildflowers in Wisconsin.
Take Hwy. 57 to the north side of Baileys
Harbor. Go east on Ridges Road 1/2 mile to
the park. Toilets, swimming, beach, hiking.
Cave Point Park-Underwater
caves, limestone cliffs and the view of Lake
Michigan makes this park a popular destination.
Visitors will have the opportunity to fish,
scuba dive, hike along the wave-worn cliffs,
or relax in the picnic area. Take Hwy. 57
north 1 mile from Valmy to Cty. WD. Go east
to the end of the road. The park is inside
the Whitefish Dunes State Park. Picnic tables,
Chaudoirs Dock Park-
This small park provides boat access to Green
Bay and a large fising dock. Local residents
often picni here. Take Hwy. 57 west of Brussels
to County N. Go west to the end of the road.
Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.
Ellison Bluff Park-A
trail along the parks 100 foot bluff offers
scenic overlooks of Green Bay and Ellison
Bay. Visitors can enjoy apicnic here in quiet
wooded isolation. Go 1 mile south of Ellison
Bay on Hwy 42 to Porcupine Bay Road. Go west
to Grasse Lane and turn right. The road dead-ends
at the park. Picnic tables, outhouses, hiking.
Forestville Dam Park-Small
fishing boats and canoes can accesss the Forestville
pond once used to power a 19th century grist
mill. Visitors can swim and sun on the sand
beach or watch the wild waterfowl that may
frequent the pond. Take Hwy. 42 to Forestville.
Go west on Hwy. J to Mill Road. Picnic tables,
swimming beach, boat landing.
Frank E. Murphy Park-Located
on the Green Bay shore in the town of Egg
Harbor, the park offers opportunties to swim
and sun form its 1600 feet of sand beach.
Take Hwy 42 two miles north of Carlsville.
Go north to the park located at the intersection
of Cty. G and Cty. B Picnic tabless, outhouses,
swimming beach, volleyball, playground, and
This heavily wooded 92 acre park is undeveloped
except for a wayside on Hwy. 57 between Jacksonport
and Baileys Harbor where travellers can stop
for a picnic. A series of sand ridges near
the Hwy. graduate into major sand dune forms
in the northeastern corner of the park. Take
Hwy. 57 2 1/2 miles north to Jacksonport to
the park entrance. Picnic tables. outhouses.
Percy Johnson Memorial
Park-Tall pines shelter a picnic
area in the northeast corner of this 5 acre
park on Washington Island. The eastern side
offers a sand beach for swimming and sunning
on Lake Michigan. From the car ferry take
Lakeview Road to its intersection with Shellswick
Drive on the east side of the island.Picnic
tables, outhouses, swimming, beach, playground.
This park on Sturgeon Bay offers dock fishing,
boat access to the bay and picnic facilities.
Take Hwy. 42-57 north of Sturgeon Bay to Cty.
BB.Go west to Cty. B. (Bayshore Drive). Go
north on Cty. B 3 miles to park. Picnic tables,
outhouses, playground, boat landing.
Robert LaSalle Park-
This park's three-tiered landscape, connected
by stairs, provides for a wide range of outdoor
activity. The pebble beach lines lake Michigan,
a grassy upland area offers a baseball and
game field, and, still higher, a wooded area
offers a picnic area and a scenic lake view.
Take Hwy. 42 to Forestville. Go east on Cty.
J to Cty. U. Go south 1/2 mile on Cty. U to
the park's upper entrance. Go north 1/2 mile
on Cty. U to the park's upper entrance. Picnic
tables,outhouses, swimming, beach, baseball,
Sugar Creek Park-Popular
with smelt-dippers Sugar Creek runs through
this largely undeveloped park. Visitors will
find a few picnic spots in addition to the
fair weather boat landing. Take Hwy. 57 to
Cty. N Go north 3 miles. Picnic tables, outhouse,
Tornado Memorial Park-This
wayside picnic site, which became the first
county park in 1927, serves as a memorial
to the former town of Williamsonville, destroyed
by a fire in 1871. Take Hwy. 57 4 miles northeast
of Brussels to its intersection with Hwy.
K. Picnic tables outhouses.