Picnic Areas and Shelters
Peninsula State Park
Peninsula has six picnic areas; Fish Creek (near park headquarters), Nelson Point, Nicolet Beach, Eagle Terrace, Weborg Point and Welcker's Point. These areas have tables, charcoal grills and toilets. The grills are charcoal grills that you provide your own charcoal. Water and flush toilets are available at some of the picnic areas (typically May 1 - Oct 31). Welcker's and Weborg picnic areas also have indoor shelters with fireplaces (wood not provided). Dogs are not allowed at any picnic areas or in shelters. Leashed dogs are allowed in the Pines area near Nicolet Beach.
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Waste/recycling containers are not provided, so please remember to practice carry-in/carryout. Fires are restricted to fire rings and charcoal grills in picnic and camping areas. If you bring your own grill, dispose of hot coals in the nearest picnic grill. Please extinguish your fire before leaving.
Volleyball: Two regulation size, sand volleyball courts are at Nicolet Bay Beach. Nets are provided but bring your own volleyball.
Tennis: Peninsula offers a single paved tennis court across from the Skyline parking lot.
Playgrounds: There are activity centers at Tennison Bay campground and Nicolet Bay Beach. Slides and swings are also available at the Fish Creek picnic area.
Peninsula has two reservable shelters, at Welcker's and Weborg picnic areas. Each can accommodate 50 people. The shelters are accessible during regular day-use park hours, 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Picnic areas and limited parking are adjacent to shelters. The shelters are reservable for a fee and if not reserved, are open to the public. Pets are not allowed at any picnic areas or in shelters.
Reserve a shelter online.
Weborg Shelter is an enclosed building on a scenic point overlooking the shores of Green Bay and the village of Fish Creek. Shelter is 34 by 21 feet.
Welcker's Shelter is an enclosed building on a scenic overlook along the open water of Green Bay. Shelter is 30 by 24 feet