By McKenzie Konop
Attendance rates are up in Door County state parks and one park supervisor credits a particular hiking trail. Potawatomi State Park in Sturgeon Bay is attracting more visitors because of the Ice Age Trail. Tourists from all over come to hike the long, winding trail. Supervisor of Potawatomi State Park Erin Brown Stender gives a brief history on the origins of the Ice Age Trail.
Brown Stender says visitors also come for the campgrounds and other various outdoor activities offered at the park. The Potawatomi State Park is open Monday through Sunday.