Peninsula Park trails and hills open during bitter cold

Winter sports lovers can still take to Peninsula State Park's cross-country ski trails and sledding hills despite hazardous wind chills.  This week's winter storm dumped up to seven inches of snow around the park.  That's made for good skiing and sledding.  While the trails and hills are open, Park Superintendent Brian Markowski recommends visitors take precautions.




The severe wind chills have canceled one event at Peninsula State Park.  A snowshoe hike planned for Saturday, January 26, has been called off.  But the Nature Center will be open as scheduled from 12:00 noon to 3:00 PM. 

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