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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. 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.

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 vistas…

and 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 is 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.  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 needed.

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#1 Outdoor Activity in Egg Harbor, WI, on TripAdvisor

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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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Fun kayak tour

Our guide Jake was terrific on the inland kayak tour of Mud Lake. Very informative about the local Door County flora and fauna. Fun and scenic route through reeds and Lilly pads to the lake.

– David E., 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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Awesome kayak experience

Our guide Will was friendly, informative and patient! The caves we went in were really cool and an experience I won’t forget. They offer photos for an additional $20 and it was worth it!

– Barbara K., 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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