Trail Maps & Nature Preserve Directions
We welcome you to come explore Door Countyís magnificent places. The
thirteen nature preserves featured here are part of a network of over
6,500 acres of land permanently protected by the Door County Land Trust. These nature preserves
showcase the scenic beauty and natural diversity that make Door County
so special. Enjoy discovering the wonders of nature found here!
trail map for our newest nature preserve:
Creek Nature Preserve.
7112 Highway 57 between Baileys Harbor and Jacksonport
Please click on a nature preserve below to view
trail and preserve features, directions to the preserve and a trail map.
our New Publication:
A Guide to the Places We Protect
Little Lake Nature Preserve
2285 Main Road,
Three Springs Nature Preserve
10442 Three Springs Road,
near Sister Bay
Oak Road Nature Preserve
6391 Oak Road,
Domer-Neff Nature Preserve
1800 Town Line Road,
Ephraim Preserve at Anderson Pond
10118 Moravia Street,
Bay Shore Blufflands Nature Preserve
5454 Bay Shore Drive (Cty B)
& 5519 Reynolds Road,
Detroit Harbor Nature Preserve
600 Lobdell Point Road,
White Cliff Nature Preserve
8248 White Cliff Road,
near Egg Harbor
Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal Nature Preserve
5340 Lake Lane
& 5200 Lake Lane,
Richter Community Forest
300 Green Bay Road,
Kangaroo Lake Nature Preserve
7912 North Maple Road,
near Baileys Harbor
Nature Preserve at Clay Banks
1188 South Lake Michigan Drive,
A Guide to the Washington Island Nature Preserves of the Door County
Lautenbach Woods Nature Preserve
6749 County G,
near Egg Harbor
a copy of our new publication: Hiking Trails of the Door County
"Explore the Door " Hikes and Outing Series
Join us for an outdoor adventure to one of these nature preserves or
other places you've helped the Door County Land Trust protect as
part of our "Explore the Door" outing series!
About the Featured Nature Preserves
The nature preserves featured above are open to the public for
hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, wildlife observation,
photography and other low-impact recreational activities. Most of these
preserves have marked hiking trails, informational kiosks and parking
areas. In general, however, the preserves are rustic in character; they
do not offer amenities such as restrooms, garbage receptacles or
drinking water. Parking areas may not be maintained during the winter
months. Please review our
preserve visitation guidelines.
Hunting, trapping and fishing may be allowed at the Door County Land
Trust preserves featured here. Please consult the
hunting program area of our website for details regarding specific
activities permitted at each preserve.
Register Online for our
upcoming Explore the Door guided hikes.
Request a Map of Hiking
Trails of the Door County Land Trust
View Trail Maps & Preserve
Directions on our website.
Print a trail map for
Heins Creek Nature Preserve.
Android phone app,
iPhone app, Let's Hike!