Clark Lake & Logan Creek
It’s Whitney again, reporting that today was my first day on the water in Door County! Below is a picture of us on our way to our launch new location, Clark Lake. We had the opportunity to take an extraordinary group of students from UW-Platteville and UW-Madison beginning near Clark Lake Road and ending at Logan Creek Nature Preserve.
Paddling Clark Lake is a wonderful opportunity to expose yourself to Door County’s backyard. Created by natural phenomena, Clark Lake is sandy, picturesque and great for first time paddlers. But we did not stop there!
While The Door is known for its many unique places to visit along the shoreline, the wetlands also provide an outstanding outdoor experience. According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), Door County’s wetlands are considered “globally significant.” That statement is more-than-accurate because Logan Creek Nature Preserve is a breathtaking paddle. Logan Creek is so clear that it is considered by the WDNR as an Outstanding Water Resource. Surrounded by Northern Wet-Mesic Forest, Logan Creek is a relaxing end to a must-experience Door County adventure!