Peninsula State Park
Cross-country ski trails (mileage from parking lots)
Parking lot 1
Parking lot 3
Parking lot 5
Snowshoe trails (mileage from parking lots)
Whitefish Dunes State Park
Green trail (1.8 miles)
Green Trail: travels along a forested old dune, through a lowland area which supports the growth of white pine and hemlock trees and back through a beech-maple forest.
Red trail (2.8 miles)
Red Trail: 2.8 miles long, but also has a shorter loop available. The trail takes hikers to "Old Baldy", the tallest dune in the park, which rises 93 feet above lake level. Old Baldy has an observation platform, for views of Lake Michigan and Clark Lake. A boardwalk and stairs lead to the top.
Yellow trail (4.2 miles)
Yellow Trail: branches off the Green trail at its farthest point. From the dune area, the Yellow trail goes through a cool, quiet, red pine plantation and then back through a wooded dune area.
Snowshoe trails(2.5 miles)
Black Trail: 2.5 miles long, but also has a shorter loop available. The trail takes hikers through a forest of mixed hardwoods and many exposed rocks. The dolomitic limestone bedrock near the surface is part of the Niagara Escarpment which underlies all of Door County and forms the rock ledges of nearby Cave Point.
Potawatomi State Park
Cross-country ski trails (8.5 miles)
There are four different loops in the park for cross-country skiers totaling about 8.5 miles. All the trails begin near the picnic area shelter. Drinking water and toilets are available near the start of the trails and in the campground. Pets are not allowed on the ski trails.