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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, please visit: https://neworleanskayakswamptours.com for a fun and exciting swamp tour in the wild life, where alligators will only attack your expectations in a world-class

Perfect Valentine’s Day Gifts for the Whole Fam Damily

Even though Valentine's Day is somewhat of a cliche holiday to celebrate, don't forget! A Door County Kayak Tours gift certificate is a great gift for your loved ones because a paddle together is a great way to to communicate, laugh, and remind of each other of all the love! https://www.doorcountykayaktours.com/gift-certificates/

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How to Beat Those Door County Winter Blues

What to do when you're stuck in a winter rut in Door County. I've been feeling the winter blues this winter, haven't you!? Here is a list of things to make your body and mind feel good right now!   1. Grab some snowshoes and the dog, get outside! Fresh air

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

Beautiful Morning on the Bay

The sun peeks from behind light fluffy clouds strewn across an intense blue sky. The water glistens and sparkles across the bay as we step gently into the water. The yellow bows of our kayaks gently split the glassy surface of the water as we push smoothly out onto it's shining surface. Orange and yellow

Door County is the Bomb, Cherry Bomb that is!

Calling all Cherry Enthusiasts! The Door County Cherry Harvest has begun! The cherry tradition began in 1896, receiving national attention for the cherry boom (or bomb, I should say) in 1909. By 1922 cherry cultivation expanded so large, ten thousand acres to be exact, it was difficult to maintain a workforce dedicated to the cherry