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Interpretive trail tells Ellison Bay Bluff park's unique attractions

Visitors to Door County's northernmost park will be able to learn more about its unique features while hiking.  Ten interpretive signs are in place along a nearly mile-and-a-half long hiking trail at Ellison Bay Bluff County Park.  Ben Nelson, Door County Park Superintendent, says hikers will learn of the park's natural attributes that were formed over the millennia.



The Ellson Bay Bluff County Park interpretive trail was made possible through donations from the Friends of Door County Parks Incorporated and the family and friends of the late Norbert “Trip” Kroening III.  Nelson says “Trip” frequently visited the 174-acre park, and first-time trail visitors will quickly understand why he hiked there.



The interpretive trail at Ellison Bay Bluff County Park is the first of its' kind in Door County.    

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