Wisconsin's Door County sits on a narrow peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan. With this kayak tour, safely explore the thousand-year-old caves and scenic waterways of Cave Point County Park and Whitefish Dunes State Park with a guide. Along with a tandem kayak and a life vest, your tour also includes an introductory paddle lesson. Plus, choose from multiple times to best suit your schedule.
Combine serenity and adventure on this combination kayak and hiking tour. View the Fleetwing schooner shipwreck, Native American pictographs, and rock cairns while on land, then take a leisurely kayak tour. Hike to a scenic bluff for a picnic lunch, then finish out the tour by kayaking back to the meeting spot. Groups are limited to 12 participants, who should have a moderate physical fitness level.
Explore the wetlands of Door County in a kayak on this 2-hour, family-friendly tour. Learn to kayak from an instructor while keeping an eye out for local bird life such as swans, egrets, blue herons, and bald eagles. Listen to guided commentary on the local flora and fauna, as well as the unique wetland ecosystem in the second-growth wet-mesic forest of white cedar, white spruce, balsam fir, and black ash.
There’s too many scenic vistas in Door County to see them all on foot—not an issue on an e-bike! Once your guide gears you up, you’ll bike toward the wild and crashing waters off Cave Point County Park, taking in the sea caves and Caribbean-esque views. Then it’s onto Whitefish Bay State Park and its excellent trails for a guided ride through the majestic forests that cover this nature-rich peninsula.
2 hours 30 minutes
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