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All reviews great beach snack shop picnic tables nicolet bay popular beach clear water gets busy nice days designated swimming area nice picnic area camp store state park boat rentals small store door county bike trail boats
Nicolet bay is part of peninsula state park. The Beach is narrow but clean. My daughter even found a small geode. There is a camp store with snacks. Also at the beach is water craft rentals, kayak, canoe, etc... bike rentals are also available. Bath...More
You have to pay to get into Peninsula State Park, but then you can drive to Nicolet Bay Beach. You can picnic there and see that there are a few buildings that have soda and ice cream for purchase. You can swim within a buoy...More
This beach is located in Door County!s largest state park , Penninsula State Park. This is the bathing beach area in the park as well as canoe rentals, small store and picnic area. It is a beautiful area of the park and a lovely place...More
This is quite a popular beach, even during mid-week! The beach is quite big and the lake bordering it is quite clear and shallow, which is good for young kids.
There are so many activities here. There are bikes and kayaks for hire. Kids like...More
We've visited Nicolet Bay Beach within Peninsula Park several times, with and without kids. It was a great way to cool off (and clean up) when we were camping. It was a spot to show off to friends with whom we were biking. I yearn...More
Beautiful beach in Peninsula State Park. Lovely views of the bay. Water is clear and cool and shallow. Soft, clean sand. Very popular and busy place. There's a shop right on the beach where you can get just about anything! Boat rentals and bike rentals...More
Really wonderful beach, with great views and shallow, clear water great for young kids. It can get extremely busy on popular weekends in the summer. And you also have to pay or buy a yearly pass to get into the park. But we've found it...More