Peninsula State Park clean-up day

You have an opportunity to help Peninsula State Park clean up and get ready for the busy season. Peninsula State Park is joining many other Wisconsin state parks for the Work*Play*Earth Day event on Saturday. From 9 AM to noon, volunteers are needed to help plant trees, clear brush and pick up litter. Steve Strucely, the business manager for the Friends of Peninsula State Park, says you should wear clothes that will be good in wet conditions.


Volunteers will get into the park for free on Saturday, no state park parking pass is needed. Pre-registration is not required. Refreshments and treats will be provided at noon.

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