My friend and I had some time to kill before visiting Green Bay for a Packers game, so we took a short drive through Door County. This was the highlight for me. Beautiful views through the fall foliage and over the waters of Green Bay gave a picture of what Wisconsin must have looked like to the Native Americans before European settlers arrived. We didn't have time to explore the many hiking trails, but the well-selected overlooks on the auto road allowed us to enjoy the scenery. A few walker, hikers, bicyclists and other drivers shared the park on a quiet fall day. The park staff was friendly and helpful. I don't think I would visit in the summer, as many of the campsites were in use, even in October, but it must still be a beautiful place in any season.
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