Cave Point’s iconic cliffs and rock formations are part of the Niagara Escarpment, the geographical bedrock of the Door region.Got it!
In winter, hikers equipped with snowshoes or microspikes can trek to the snowy, icy shoreline to take in the views of the frozen lake.Got it!
Cave Point became an official park in 1943, the fifth in the county at the time.Got it!
Even in winter, waves are constantly crashing against the jagged cliff face, creating majestic icicles and unearthly ice formations.Got it!
Whitefish Dunes State Park borders the park on three sides, and the winter-friendly Black Trail connects the two parks.Got it!
Snowshoes on the Trail
Snowshoes crunching on a snowy hiking trail as the lake comes in to view