Eight “experience hub” kiosks, under construction along the Door County Coastal Byway, were officially unveiled Thursday. The unique kiosks, designed by Schmeeckle Reserve Interpreters of the UW/Stevens Point, describe the cultural, historic and environmental highlights of the communities that make up the Door County Coastal Byway. The first 8 kiosks will eventually be expanded to an even dozen interpretive sites along the 66 miles of the coastal byway which begins just north of Sturgeon Bay on Highway 42 and ends back at Sturgeon Bay off Highway 57. Officially designated by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation as the 3rd Wisconsin scenic byway on April 6th, 2010, the Door County Coastal Byway features 3 state parks, 10 county parks, and several lighthouses. A special trolley tour took a number of dignitaries to each of the individual sites, beginning at the Door County Visitor Center in Sturgeon Bay.