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Door County Kayak Tours™

More than just kayaking!

Door County Kayak Tours™

More than just kayaking!

Top Rated Tours in Door County!

#1 Outdoor Activity in Door County, WI.

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Our guide Jess was very professional. Thank you for making our trip to Door County memorable! I recommend taking the 8:00 am tour. The lake was still calm and easy to paddle.

– Jeanne B., TripAdvisor
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Guide was a hoot!

We did the Cave Point tour. Colin was our guide. Knowledgeable of the Door County area and made the whole experience a ton of fun! Would highly recommend!

– Tami S., TripAdvisor
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More than we expected!

Our sweet guide Kelsey was fantastic! She pointed out a bald eagle in a tree (so cool!) and told us a lot about the area and ways to make the most of the time there. Delightful!

– Tally H., TripAdvisor
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8 members of my family loved the cave tour. Jake was an excellent guide-knowledgable, funny, and patient with others who had never been on the water before. Great morning activity!

– Holly H., TripAdvisor

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Knowledge & Experience

Door County is amazing by kayak, bike or paddleboard.

Years of exploring Door County have pinpointed the greatest kayak and Door County bike tour locations around the peninsula.  We hand selected the very best places to tour or enjoy your paddle board rental. The best kayak tour in Door County according to the reviews is a tour of Cave Point County Park. We don’t just kayak and bike around the busy towns of Fish Creek, Ephraim or Egg Harbor, we explore the rest of Door County’s 300 miles of shoreline that is tucked away near the bays, estuaries, bluffs, lighthouses and caves. So join Door County Kayak Tours™ and enjoy a great time on your vacation.

Door County is an outdoor lovers dream!

Each world-class location on our Door County Map hosts spectacular picturesque bluffs, caves, lighthouses, shipwrecks and more. Make a reservation for your second or third day in your trip to give you leeway for inclement Door County, Wisconsin weather. Download or have us send you a brochure.

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About Us

In this fast-paced world of work, traffic, kids, and life, we understand how important quality travel is these days. When you go kayaking on a guided Kayak Tour, you are able to relax and take in some of the most beautiful scenery in the Midwest.

Door County stunning landscapes…

alongside the expertise and passion of our guides make your tour a memorable experience. Our dedication to the environment, our rigorous training of our guides, and our understanding of the peninsula are why we’re the best in the Midwest. Book a tour and join us today!

We Are Travel Green Certified

To be certified through Travel Green Wisconsin, all participants must achieve at least 30 points on the Travel Green Wisconsin Checklist. The more points a business attains, the greener they are in their operations.

About Our Kayaks

Sit-on-top kayaks make kayaking easy to learn and super stable and safe. Tandem kayaks are available for even-numbered parties and single kayaks are available upon request and odd-numbered parties.  No prior experience is necessary! Kayaking is easy to learn in the sheltered waters that we visit around Door County, and we provide all of the gear, kayak equipment, and guidance you could ever need.

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Check out some of our blog posts highlighting the best reasons for booking a Door County tour.

Meet Our New Leader: Introducing Ashley, the Dynamic Force Steering Our Kayaks Into the Future

Door County Kayak Tours welcomes Ashley Hasstedt as she takes on the role as our new Manager! Door County Kayak Tours, a leader in Door County’s outdoor tourism, is excited to announce the appointment of Ashley Hasstedt as our new Manager. Ashley has a passion for leading and a love for the outdoors making her…

Discover Peninsula State Park’s Eagle Trail: The Ultimate Hiking Experience for Adventure Seekers!

The hidden gem of Peninsula State Park, Eagle Trail, offers an exhilarating challenge that begins with an understated sign: “Difficult Trail.” Embarking on the Adventure: Eagle Trail’s Start Points You can embark on your journey from either side of the Eagle Tower’s parking lot, which has been under reconstruction since its deconstruction in 2016. Choose…

Is It Expensive to Live in Door County? An Insightful Guide

Have you ever wondered about the cost of living in the picturesque Door County, Wisconsin? Known for its serene landscapes and charming small-town vibe, Door County is a gem of the Midwest. But is this idyllic setting as affordable as it is beautiful? Let’s dive into the financial aspects of living in this coastal county…

How far can a Kayak hang out of a truck?

Transporting a kayak using a truck, especially when the kayak is larger than the truck bed, requires adherence to specific legal guidelines to ensure safety and compliance. The key parameter to consider is the overhang distance of the kayak from your truck. How Much Can a Kayak Overhang? The general rule to remember is the…

How Many Days Do I Need in Door County?

Ah, Door County, Wisconsin’s hidden gem along the shores of Lake Michigan! Known for its picturesque lighthouses, charming small towns, and breathtaking natural beauty, Door County beckons travelers seeking a serene escape. But how long should you stay to truly experience its magic? Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a returning traveler, this guide will…

How to kayak and prevent blisters

Getting blisters on your hands is a frequent issue when kayaking. If you kayak, chances are you’ll deal with these blisters. Here’s how to prevent and treat them. Key Points Blisters are often caused by your hand rubbing against the paddle. If not taken care of, they can get infected. To stop blisters, use a paddle that fits, hold it right, and wear gloves for paddling. If you get blisters, cover them and maybe pop them with a clean needle. Go to a doctor if the blister looks infected or you feel unwell. Why Do Kayakers Get Blisters? Blisters mostly happen because of rubbing and heat. When you’re kayaking, your hands can rub against the paddle, causing blisters. How to Avoid Blisters Here are some easy tips to lessen the chance of getting blisters: Remember, even if you do everything…