This page is a look around Peninsula State Park–through YOUR eyes. What have you seen? Where have you been? What have you done? You’re invited to send us a photo for inclusion on this page.
A winter view from Shore Road. Photo by Dave Wallis.
Blue-spotted salamander near Blossomburg Cemetery. Photo by Scott R.
Pileated Woodpecker Holes. Photo by Bill Schaars.
Feeding chickadees at the Nature Center. Photo by Tom Lucas.
Icicle along the trail.
Ladies Tresses orchid
White Cedar Nature Center after snowfall.
Pileated Woodpeckers. Photo by Lindsey Morrow.
Red Pine Bark
Garter Snakes Basking
Barred Owl. Photo by Daniel Fliehler
Fawn. Photo by Daniel Fliehler.
Trail between Tennison Bay campground and Beach. Photo by Jeff Bast.
Tennison Bay, Memorial Day Weekend 2010. Photo by Jeff Bast.
Jack-in-the-pulpit. Taken along the Hidden Bluff Trail near the Tennison Bay campground, May 18, 2008. Photo by Jim Salkowski.
Wedding on Eagle Panorama. This is my wedding. The minister didn’t show up. Yikes. Luckily, I am blessed with an awesome little sister who was ordained on the spot (via Blackberry) and gave us the best wedding anyone could ask for!
Fun at the Nature Center, June 2012. Photo by Tami Molthen.
Crafts at the Nature Center, June 2012. Photo by Tami Molthen.
Winter at Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. Photo by Dave Wallis.
Deb Wallis feeds chickadees at the Nature Center. Photo by Dave Wallis.
Each year we take a family photo in front of the Lighthouse and The Nature Center. Each year our lives become more busy and we struggle to find time for family. Peninsula State Park has become a tradition and has been our annual family vacation each summer. Photo by Bobbi Lipke.
I’m sending three photos of my family and a couple friends from our last visit to Peninsula State Park. The photos were taken in June 2013. We have been going to Peninsula State Park each summer for 16 years. Photo by Bobbi Lipke.
Eagle Tower. Photo by Chris Holicek
Grouse surrounded by Lady’s Slipper in Tennison Bay. Photo by John and Susan Brauer.
We have been visitors to Peninsula
since in our teens. The first pic shows us at age 18 in 1973 standing on the old stage where
Northern Sky now performs. The second picture was
taken in 2015 on the current stage. -Deb and Paul Schultz