Door County Kayak Tours Paddles in Fall!

The first day of Autumn is known as the Autumn Equinox around the 22nd of September, meaning equally giving day and night the same amount of hours. We are excited to welcome the yellow, red, purple and orange changing leaves with our 2017 Seasonal Kayak Tour: Fall Foliage, located on Moonlight Bay in Highway 57,

Health, Wealth & … Kayak?

Sugar free, vegan options, coconut oil, kale, spirulina, hemp seeds, chia seeds, matcha tea, power balls, brown sugar, -(ok, common, sugar or no sugar?)-, Portobello Mushrooms vs Red Meat… are broccolis just fun-size trees? Who can actually keep up with all of this? Seriously, I am so overwhelmed with the constant ‘friendly reminders’ on how

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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

Austin Kayak Tours

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

Wind= Wetlands!

It is a sad truth that strong winds and kayaking do not make good friends. And it has been a windy week here in Door County. Storms early in the week brought us gale force winds blowing up big waves out on both the lake and the bay. The good news is that even these

Ancient Door County

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

Summer is Here!

Despite the chilly mornings, summer is here and the kayak season has begun! We’ve been out on the water every day (yep, even those drizzly ones) and having a great time. The Bluffs out at Peninsula State Park are looking spectacular. We have seen several pairs of cormorants nesting and majestically drying their wings in

Snow Trilliums

While the weather today is a bit uncooperative, a blog post about Wisconsin's flora is a perfect opportunity to try to appreciate our need for rain every now and then. The Snow Trillium is, by far, my favorite native flower. Considered Threatened at the State-Level by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, this delicate flower is