Welcome to the Friends of Whitefish Dunes Internet home. We are a group of volunteers dedicated to enhancing and supporting the park’s mission and goals.  

We work to enhance and preserve the park’s natural and cultural resources while offering activities and projects to improve your visit.  The Friends sponsor educational and recreational activities and provide financial support for special park needs.   

Whitefish Dunes State Park, established in 1967, is an 865-acre day use park on Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula. The park preserves the largest and most significant Great Lakes dunescape in Wisconsin.   

To learn more about the park, visit the official park webpage.

 

 

Membership Link

Link to WI DNR Whitefish Dunes Official Site

Sponsor and Plan Events & Activities: The friends provide valuable support to the park (both financially and by providing volunteers) for events, programs, and facilities that would otherwise not be possible.
 
Bookstore: The Friends of Whitefish Dunes operate a nature-oriented bookstore with wall to wall literature and other items for all ages. Much of the operational funding of the Friends group comes from bookstore revenue.
 
Control Invasive Plants: Many invasive plants are intruding on the sensitive ecosystem found at the park. The Friends take actions to eradicate these threats.
 
Maintain the Trail System: The park offers many trails that are enjoyed by visitors year round for hiking and skiing. The friends assist with the maintinance of the system by purchasing specialized equiptment and providing the human resources needed to do the work.
 
     
This website is provided and maintained by The Friends of Whitefish Dunes, a non-profit Friends organization formed to benefit the park and its visitors. If you have problems with this website, please contact the webmaster at dphillips@sevastopol.k12.wi.us