Summer is here again and we are looking forward to seeing all of our old friends and friends to be. The beach area has changed quite a bit over the winter. Due to the rising water level, (two feet so far), and the fact that we didn't have our usual ice build-up to protect the dunes this winter, the beach area is much smaller. Those of you have been visiting us over the years may be a little surprised when you get here. There is still some beach, just not as much as last year.
See you soon.
Whitefish Dunes State Park, established in 1967 is an 865-acre day use park on Wisconsin's Door Peninsula. The park preserves the largest and most significant Great Lakes Dunescape in Wisconsin. We are a group of volunteers dedicated to enhancing and supporting the parks mission and goals.
We work to enhance and preserve the parks natural and cultural resources while offering activities and projects to improve your visit. The Friends sponsor educational and recreational activities and provide financial support for special park needs.
The Friends of Whitefish Dunes