This season's perfect amount of winter weather brought many of you to Wisconsin State Parks. At Peninsula State Park, Park Superintendent Eric Hyde told Door County Daily News last month that winter camping was slightly slower than it was the previous year. However, there was still plenty of traffic participating in a wide array of activities.
Potawatomi State Park saw record attendance in January before starting to wane in February and March when substantial snowfall began to miss the area. Park Superintendent Erin Brown-Stender said it was great to see people out and about in the park.
The thawing weather has parks starting to prepare for spring. One project will be relocating the Eastern Terminus of the Ice Age Trail within Potawatomi State Park. The Ice Age Trail Alliance and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will officially announce the move next week.