Cecil Depeau Bay Shore Park, situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, offers a breathtaking view of the Bay of Green Bay. Scenic hiking trails follow the ledge of the escarpment - a geologic formation created 400 million years ago by an ancient sea. A breakwater and boat launch facility with protected harbor are also located within Bay Shore Park. Launching ramps and docks provide access for fishing, sailing, and boating enthusiasts.
An exciting playground is a tremendous asset to park visitors and campers. Nautical-themed playground equipment and a huge wooden ship provide the backdrop for children to have a fun make-believe high-sea adventure!
Bay Shore offers an open air shelter and an enclosed building for rent for family reunions and gatherings of all types.
Click here to view information on renting a shelter at Bay Shore Park.
BAY SHORE CAMPGROUND IS OPEN FOR THE SEASON!
Bay Shore Park Campgrounds The campgrounds at Bay Shore Park are nestled in the woods, with trails for exploring the bluffs leading down to the water's edge. Bay Shore Park has a first-come, first-serve policy for camping registration and does not take reservations for campsites.
Click here for a brochure on camping at Bay Shore Campgrounds.
For site details (including lengths & amp information) please click here.
Bay Shore Boat Launch This popular east shore launch facility is a favorite for recreational boaters and anglers and is designated as a harbor of refuge in case of inclement weather. Several mooring docks are available for day use as well as an overnight mooring dock for $20/night.
Boat Launch News Boat launch hours will be extended for FISHING PURPOSES ONLY to 11:00pm at our boat launches when the ice is out until the Friday of Memorial weekend. This option is not available until the ice is out and we open the gates at Bay Shore.
Click here for boat launch fee information. Click here for locations to purchase an annual boat launch pass.
Address: 5637 Sturgeon Bay Road (Highway 57), New Franken WI 54229
Driving Directions: Park is just off of Hwy. 57 about 15 miles north of Green Bay.