Friends of Peninsula State Park Inc. is an organization dedicated to making a meaningful contribution toward the preservation and goals of Peninsula State Park.  The Friends believe Peninsula State Park contains a unique, spectacular wilderness and shoreline, worthy of any assistance they can provide.  The Friends of Peninsula State Park provide volunteer services and financial support for the interpretive, educational, recreational and visitor service programs at Peninsula State Park.

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Emily Irwin (Ephraim Historical Foundation) and Laury Day (grandson of Camp Meenhaga founder Alice Orr Clark ) pose in front of an exhibit panel featuring Peninsula State Park’s two historic camps, Meenahga (1916-1948) and Camp Peninsular (Civilian Conservation Corps, 1935-1937). The exhibit features rare photographs and memorabilia and is open to the public through fall.

The $5/adult and $3/youth entrance fee at the Anderson Barn Museum supports historic research and education. For complete information go to ephraim.org/two-roads-diverged/ or phone 920-854-9688. Photo: Kathleen Harris

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Posted 6 days ago by Peninsula Friends

Tomorrow at Peninsula! ... See MoreSee Less

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Posted 7 days ago by Peninsula Friends

Austin Boncher, Peninsula State Park Campground Host, has pulled garlic mustard for YEARS at both Welckers and now South Nicolet. ... See MoreSee Less

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Posted 1 week ago by Peninsula Friends

Support Eagle Tower! Plush Eagles now on sale at Park Headquarters for $10. All proceeds support rebuilding Eagle Tower. ... See MoreSee Less

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