Shoreline Tours

Have you been to the sea caves before? Are you looking to take it slow? Want to see some local favorites? Our shoreline tours may be what you’re looking for! Taking place at two different locations along the Bayfield Peninsula, these two trips offer unique experiences and explore diverse locations.

Explore our Guided Shoreline Tours

Bay of Treasures Full Day – $149

available upon request

Approximately 6-7 hrs / 4-7 miles.

Spend the day exploring the quiet marvels of a backwater estuary, the Bark Bay Slough. The slough is home to carnivorous plants, abundant wildlife, marshy channels, and a back door to the open water of Lake Superior.

Lunch is included.

Shuttle to/from Bark Bay is included.

Shoreline, Shipwreck, and Cliffs Half Day – $70

Daily: 10am or 2pm

Approximately 3 hrs / 3 miles.

This paddle highlights the sunken Finn McCool shipwreck and the towering sandstone cliffs of Bayfield. You’ll marvel at Bayfield’s beauty from the water, learn about notable features of the town’s present, and hear stories of the beloved town’s past.

Lunch is not provided.

Tour departs from Bayfield.

All guided trips use and include tandem and triple sea kayaks for safety.

Trip Policies:

“Because of Lake Superior’s power and unpredictability, the National Park Service does NOT recommend the use of small open boats, canoes, open cockpit or sit-upon kayaks, and paddleboards for travel between islands or to the sea caves. A sea kayak is the recommended kayak that should be used in the Apostle Islands.”

National park service- apostle islands

Learn more about the National Park Service’s recommendations here! Kayaking

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7 Washington Ave./PO Box 832
Bayfield, WI. 54814

Hours: 8am – 5pm, Memorial Day – Early Oct,
Closed Tuesdays thru September

7 Washington Ave., Bayfield, WI 54814

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Commitment to Safety

With one of the world’s largest lakes as our day to day office, we are committed to continuous rescue and safety development both on and off the water. Each spring (and weekly training meetings) our guides and mentors work through ACA Level 1-3 and WFA certification to keep our adventures just as safe as they are fun.