Hike-in Required
Open Year-round
ADA accessible
Guided tours
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The 60-foot-tall Eagle Tower is located in Door County’s Peninsula State Park. The tower provides scenic views of Green Bay and beyond. Eagle Tower sits atop Eagle Bluff making the top observation deck 253 feet above Green Bay. Since the Tower is located in a state park a fee must be paid; a day use or annual permit can be purchased at the State Park Office. Dogs are not allowed on the tower with the exception of service dogs.

A unique feature of Eagle Tower is the 850-foot ramp that provides a gradual trip to the top. This allows access to the top by wheelchairs and strollers; however, bicycles are not allowed. There are also 100 steps that can be taken instead of using the ramp.

This is the third tower at this location. The original Eagle Tower was built in 1914 and dismantled and rebuilt in 1932. The second tower was taken down in 2016. The current tower opened in 2021.

For visitors to Door County, climbing to the top Eagle Tower is a popular activity.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)




Parking Pass

State Park Day-Use Fee


Scenic views of Green Bay and the shoreline.


Limited parking. Crowded.

Pets allowed

Not Allowed


ADA accessible
Family friendly
Near lake or river
Big vistas


Nearby Adventures

Nearby Lodging + Camping

Potawatomi State Park, Wisconsin


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