Sturgeon Bay & Lake Michigan Ship Canal

Description:

The project is located in the northeast portion of Wisconsin in the middle of The Door County peninsula. The ship canal is used as a shortcut for vessels using the ports of Green Bay and Menominee. Acreage along the northern side of the canal has a hiking trail and scenic overlook with parking.

Directions:

From Milwaukee, north on US 141 to Manitowoc, north on WI 42 to Sturgeon Bay, right on Memorial Drive.

Phone:

(920) 388-3720

Email:

Address:

Kewaunee Proj Office Grand Haven, WI 49417

Activities:

Hiking Picnicking

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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