By Tim Kowols
Door County’s state parks are digging out from Monday’s snowfall so visitors can get a full extended winter experience for the first time in a few years. Roads were being cleared on state park properties Tuesday as the area received well over a foot of snow in most areas. Peninsula State Park Superintendent Brian Markowski says it takes a lot of work to get it ready for winter hikers, skiers, and snowmobilers.
If it sticks around, the snowfall is good news for the state park’s winter programming like its candlelight skis, which will be hosted at Whitefish Dunes January 27, Peninsula State Park February 3, and Newport State Park February 10.