SummaryPeninsula State Park, established in 1909, is a 3,776-acre state treasure on Wisconsin's Door County peninsula. Recreational opportunities are boundless. Visitors can hike, bike, boat, fish, golf and swim during spring, summer and fall. Winter offers cross country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and snowmobiling. Camping, nature programs, and sightseeing are offered year-round. These are just a few recreation opportunities, come explore and see for yourself what Peninsula has to offer. Peninsula is Wisconsin's most popular camping destination. Peninsula's five campgrounds have a total of 468 family sites. Peninsula also has three reservable group areas for tent camping. South Nicolet Bay sites 805-814 are non- reservable. Camping rules. The park office opens at 8 a.m. daily. Remember, you may not set up a campsite between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.
RatesTravel Green Certified.
Winter HoursOpen daily 6am-11pm. Office hours vary.
Camping reservations are encouraged and can be made up to 11 months in advance before the date of occupancy.
Camping seasons typically run spring through fall. For winter camping opportunities, contact the property where you are interested in camping.
Vehicle admission sticker
A vehicle admission sticker is required for any motor vehicles brought into the property. A camper without an annual sticker will need to buy one daily sticker for each night of camping. Free daily stickers are available for vehicles towed or carried into the property by a vehicle with a purchased sticker. Ask at the entrance station when you arrive.