municipality: Sister Bay

Sister Bay Dog Park

Sister Bay Dog Park, located near the city’s Sports Complex center, is the Byway’s most northern fenced-dog park. There is a fenced 200’ x 300’ grassy area where your canine companion can safely socialize and frolic. “Mutt mitts” and picnic tables are available.

Three Springs Nature Preserve

The 1.75-mile hiking trail at the Three Springs Nature Preserve is not just a pretty walk in the woods; it is an important habitat for protected plants and animals, including the Hine’s emerald dragonfly and the dwarf lake iris. The trail weaves between prairie and wooded areas, past an old stone fence and farm buildings …

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Mink River: East Side

Similar characteristics to the West Side of the Mink River. The East Side features the 0.78 mile Schoenbrunn which begins at the parking lot and ends at the River’s edge. Bird watching opportunities abound with 200 species of birds migrating or living here. Bug spray and appropriate footwear/clothing are highly recommended. Bikes, dogs and motorized …

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Mink River: West Side

The Mink River Estuary is one of the most pristine freshwater estuaries in the U.S thanks to preservation efforts. The one-mile Fern Trail begins at the parking lot, intersects with Maple Ridge Trail then ends at the river’s edge. Bird-watching opportunities abound with 200 species of birds migrating or living here. Bug Spray and appropriate …

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Sister Bay Waterfront Park

Fun for everyone awaits at Sister Bay’s Waterfront Park, Door County’s largest public waterfront, conveniently located next to the village’s downtown. This park features a quarter mile of sandy shoreline for swimming along with a swim pier and raft. Kayak rentals, scenic boat and fishing tours are also available. The universal access boardwalk ensures all …

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