Whitefish Dunes State Park is a natural gem in Door County, Wisconsin.

It is located in Door County, Wisconsin. Door County is a peninsula and islands between Green Bay and Lake Michigan

Whitefish Dunes State Park is most famous for its beautiful sand beach. It is one of only a few beaches in the world with "squeaky sand," sand that squeaks when you step on it.

This is a great place to experience the beauty, power, and majesty of Lake Michigan. Tourists from all over flock to the beach to cool off and enjoy the sun and water.

However, there is more to do than the beach at Whitefish Dunes State Park. It also has a "village site" where you can explore the way of life of the original, native inhabitants.

It also has a nature center where you can take in exhibits to learn about the rare and fragile ecosystems protected by the park.

A shady picnic area right along the shore of Lake Michigan welcomes you to enjoy a meal in a pleasant environment.

Whitefish Dunes State Park also has a shipwreck exhibit. Door County is famous for its many shipwrecks.

You can examine the skeleton of an old, wooden shipwreck.

Whitefish Dunes State Park boasts many miles of hiking trails to explore.

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