It’s not easy to name the most beautiful spot in Door County, but Cave Point County Park certainly has a claim to the title. The park on the peninsula’s eastern side features limestone ledges along the lake—most of them accessible to virtually anyone who can walk a short distance. Some of the ledges rise 30 or 40 feet above the waves, with small trees sprouting from the cracks. In other spots, the limestone provides a broad avenue at the water level, creating a wonderland of shallow pools to explore and an endless supply of flat rocks that people love to stack in artistic cairns. For an easy double-header, visit Whitefish Dunes State Park immediately next door, where sweeping sand beaches front the lake.