The Little-Known Rock Carvings In Wisconsin You Can Only Reach By Hiking This 5-Mile Trail

One of the most remote spots in Door County has a bit of mystery to it. Rock Island is a rocky island off the far tip of Door County and it’s one of the best places to hike in Wisconsin. It’s a state park, but it’s no ordinary state park. A visit to Rock Island requires a bit of an expedition, including two ferry rides. But it’s a wild and remarkable place and there are some mysterious rock carvings along the shore that can be reached via a hiking trail. Here’s what’s waiting for you on the island.

The beachfront stone carvings are not far from the start of this hike. Continue the loop to see more of the island landscape and an incredible old lighthouse. The trail will take you back to the ferry dock. Learn more on the state of Wisconsin website. Door County has six incredible state parks. Newport Park is arguably one of the best park in the state.

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Address: Rock Island State Park, 1924 Indian Point Rd, Washington, WI 54246, USA