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A Kayak is the Best Way to Experience Cave Point County Park

Cave Point County park from the perspective of a kayak

Despite being just a county park, Cave Point County Park still hosts as one of Door County’s most popular summer hot spots for both returning and new tourists; as it rightfully should be. The park offers visitors 19 acres of lakeshore to hike along and make way out to bluff edges and beaches, with breathtaking…

A Gift of Future Door County Adventures to Come!

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Happy Holiday Season Everyone! With Christmas season around the corner, it is the perfect time to get a gift certificate at Door County Kayak Tours for all of your adventurous friends or even to treat yourself and family! Despite the cold temperatures, there is no better way to give a warming gift like the thoughts…

Alligators Spotted in Fish Creek, Door County!!!

Happy Aprils Fool ! Door County Kayak Tours is happy to announce this is just our friendly way to say: Welcome to Spring! However, if you are ever in New Orleans, take a moment to visit one of our swamp tour companies down there: https://neworleanskayakswamptours.com, Hidden Adventure Swamp & Plantation Tours, or Crescent City Kayak –…

5 Reasons Experiences Make Better Gifts

Looking to up your holiday game? Look to science. A new study done at Cornell University called Waiting for Merlot: Anticipatory Consumption of Experiential and Material Purchases gives us a few insights into how to make the most of our hard earned money when we give to friends and family. “Experiential purchases (money spent on…

Austin Kayak Tours

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After a fun summer, we made some moves to start Austin kayak tours called Lone Star Kayak Tours.  These kayak tours will be in-between Austin, Texas and San Antonio, Texas.  The two tours will be a kayak tour of the Congress city Bat Bridge during May through October and a kayak trip of San Marcos River, just in-between the…

3 Cool Door County Secret Sites

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Ancient Door County By Kayak As the resident anthropologist on the team at DCKT, I wanted to mention a few of the exciting elements of ancient Door County you can see and experience by kayak. Door County is home to a number of interesting cultural sites, some dating back to prehistoric times! Many people are…

Door County Stone Totems

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When I go, the beach rocks welcome me.  In there puzzling look, they beckon to be played with.  Stacked, balanced, leaned, totemed. Those kid games never grow old, skipping stones, stacking rocks, throwing moss.  It took us into our 30’s to create the game avalanche, but that is a game to only be shared by…

Why Door County is the best location for learning to Paddle Board

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Door County is a great spot to learn to paddle board Wave riding on Paddle boards is the goal of many riders. There is a logical progression for you to work on in order to safely enjoy the challenging conditions. Your posture and technique are the keys to comfort and reduced energy expenditure. Having all…

Clark Lake & Logan Creek

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Hey everyone, It’s Whitney again, reporting that today was my first day on the water in Door County! Below is a picture of us on our way to our launch new location, Clark Lake. We had the opportunity to take an extraordinary group of students from UW-Platteville and UW-Madison beginning near Clark Lake Road and ending at Logan Creek Nature…