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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Posted 5 days ago by Peninsula Friends

Drop by the Peninsula Nature Center this week to tag and release monarchs! ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 3 weeks ago by Peninsula Friends

Join the park naturalists for a kayak tour, hike along Eagle Trail, and more! Charlie and Don return for a Monday night campfire, too... ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 4 weeks ago by Peninsula Friends

Ranger Jeff Nieling helps release monarch butterflies at Peninsula State Park’s Monarch Wayside Station. Photo: K. Harris ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 4 weeks ago by Peninsula Friends

Roger and Ted remove a fallen tree from the deer exclosure near Peninsula State Park's White Cedar Nature Center, following the August 2 storm. The exclosure is one of three located in Peninsula State Park and has been used as a research site since 1992. Photo: Kathleen Harris ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 1 month ago by Peninsula Friends

Peninsula State Park Invasive Species Coordinator and First United Methodist Church of Oshkosh pull spotted knapweed in the Nature Center meadow. Knapweed inhibits the growth of native plants, decreasing diversity, and thus negatively impacting butterflies and pollinators. The meadow is a certified Monarch Wayside Station. Photo: Kathleen Harris ... See MoreSee Less