Potawatomi State Park
On a clear day, the view from the park's observation tower reaches 16 miles across Green Bay. Two and a half miles of shoreline. Cabin for people with disabilities. Your ride on the trails of Potawatomi State Park will be tranquil. The trails gradually climb to a high point 120 feet above the level of Sturgeon Bay for a fast run back to the bay shore. For a great overview of the bay, climb the 75 foot observation tower on Shore Rd.
Hours of Operation
Open 6am-11pm with overnight camping.
2 mi. NW of Sturgeon Bay STH 42
- On Water
- Disabled Access
Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
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Showers and Flush Toilets
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