Tour the less traveled shores of Door Bluff County Park, ancient pictographs, a shipwreck, and bluffs on this picturesque Wisconsin kayak tour for all ages.
Hike the highest bluff in Door County with a charcuterie picnic!
This kayak tour travels along the shores of Door Bluff County Park. It is one of our most picturesque, enjoyable tours with plenty of variety.
- Schooner Fleetwing Shipwreck
- Washington Island Views
- View of Gills Rock Fishing village
- Hike the highest bluff in Door County
- See Native American Pictographs
No experience is necessary and Red Cross-trained instruction is provided. We meet at the Garrett Bay Boat Launch in Ellison Bay. After an introductory lesson and a launch we go visit the Schooner Fleetwing shipwreck. From there we head over to the cliffs along Door Bluff County Park and search for the Native American Pictographs. After hearing a narrative from the guide about the drawings, we head for a view of the highest bluff in Door County from the water. Then we pull the kayaks up on shore and hike up to that viewpoint. The guide sets up a small charcuterie picnic to enjoy at the top of the bluff and we taste some local small batch items; Door County Goat Chevre, dried Door County Cherries, some pickled items and some crackers. Take some photos, search for some morels, then head back down to the kayaks to head back to the launch spot. An amazing tour with plenty of variety. Signup early, this one fills up quickly.
Duration:4 hours total (~2-2.5 hours on water, .5 hike .5 picnic)
5 hour setup instruction/checkout (group size dependent)