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Full Moon Hike

Join the Park Manager on this night hike. We’ll let our eyes adjust to the moonlight and hike the 1.75-mile Monarch Trail, watching and listening for the sights and sounds of the night. If needed, bring a flashlight or head lamp with a red lens. Meet at Lot 1. In case of rain, program will be cancelled. […]

Campfire with the Full Moon Rising

Come sit around the campfire with the park naturalist and watch the Hunter’s Moon rise over Lake Michigan. Feel free to share a favorite poem, song or reading about fall, October, the moon, Native American stories or anything else of interest. Makings for S’Mores will be provided. Bring a chair, as seating is very limited. […]

Fall Colors Hike

Join Park Naturalist Beth Bartoli and get out and enjoy the brilliant colors of fall while hiking the Monarch Trail, and easy 1.75-mile loop. Meet at the Visitor Center, Lot 1. All programs are free, but a state park admission sticker is required on all vehicles. Some programs are weather related, so check with the […]

Trees and Shrubs of Door County

Join arborist and horticulturist Tom Wolfe as he shares his vast knowledge about trees and shrubs. There will plenty of time for questions. Weather permitting, we will spend some time in the woods. Meet in the Nature Center, Lot 1. All programs are free, but a state park admission sticker is required on all vehicles. […]

Walk on the Wild Side

Join Park Naturalist Beth Bartoli and take to the woods in search of fall wildflowers, mushrooms, wild edibles, or anything else we might find. We'll hike the 1.25-mile Sugarbush Trail. Meet at Lot 4. All programs are free, but a state park admission sticker is required on all vehicles. Some programs are weather related, so […]

Halloween Nature Hike

Where can you find Witches Caps, Dead Man's Fingers, Earth Tongues and Witches Butter? In the woods, of course! Join Park Naturalist Beth Bartoli and fungi expert Charlotte Lukes on a search for nature's Halloween treats. Meet at Lot 3 for a 1 mile hike. All programs are free, but a state park admission sticker […]