Peninsula State Park & Golf Course
Peninsula State Park, established in 1909, is a 3,776-acre state treasure located on Ephraim’s
south boundary. The park offers activities to keep you busy year round. In the summer, there is hiking, biking, golfing,
camping, boating or just relaxing at the beach. In the winter, enjoy cross-county skiing, sledding, snowmobiling,
snow-camping, ice-fishing or a host of other activities.
Eagle Bluff Lighthouse was established in 1868 and automated in 1926. It is one of ten in Door County. Restoration for the lighthouse began in 1960 by the Door County Historical Society. The lighthouse is open for tours from late May through mid-October.
Eagle Tower offers 360 degree views not only of the park, but of Ephraim, the Green Bay islands, and Michigan shoreline. This 75-foot tower can be reached by bicycle, on foot, or by vehicle.
Views of Ephraim from across Eagle Harbor await you from Peninsula State Park Golf Course and Driving Range. Established in 1921, the 18-hole course cuts through the wooded slopes and limestone cliffs of Peninsula State Park.
The American Folklore Theatre (AFT) is a local theatre troupe that dates back to 1970, when they were known as The Heritage Ensemble. Their lively and original musical performances take place at the park’s outdoor amphitheater. When the weather turns cool, the shows can be seen in the Ephraim Village Hall.