Take a hike with a Peninsula State Park naturalist on the park’s most spectacular trail, Eagle Trail, Saturday, June 9, from 1 to 3 pm. You will learn how the bluffs formed as well as some of the park’s history. Trees and flowers will be identified along the way. It is considered a difficult hike. Meet at the Eagle Tower parking lot. Bring water for a rest stop along the way. The hike is weather-dependent. Call 920.868.3258 with questions. Also at the park on Sunday, June 10, there will be a hike to look for lady’s-slipper orchids, jack-in-the-pulpits and white baneberry along Hidden Bluff Trail. Join a naturalist for an easy stroll at 9 am. Photo by Len Villano.